Four EP is a collection of 4 electric piano sounds created using additive and FM synthesis. The sounds have been sampled at multiple velocities and embedded in a VST plugin instrument. The plugin is as simple as possible and comes with simple parameters to shape your sound. The tones the plugin produces sounds like a digital piano.
SPARTA is a collection of flexible VST audio plug-ins for spatial audio production, reproduction and visualisation, developed primarily by members of the Acoustics Lab at Aalto University, Finland.
In particular, this release sees the addition of 9 new plug-ins:
– compass_binauralVR: essentially, this is the same as the compass_binaural plugin, except it also supports listener translation around the receiver position and multiple simultaneous listeners.
– compass_spatedit: a flexible spatial editing plug-in intended to be used with 2 instances. The first instance you make of the plugin will allow you to specify marker directions and it will output the beamformed signals, which you can then equalise/re-balance/modulate/swap/modify as you wish. These modified signals can then be routed to the second instance of the plug-in. The ambient components of the first plugin are then also sent internally to the second plugin instance. The edited sound-field is then reconstructed and outputted by the second instance of the plugin.
– compass_gravitator: a sound-field focussing plugin affecting only the direct sound components in the sound scene. It essentially pulls sound sources towards user defined marker directions with a certain degree of “gravitational pull”.
– hodirac_binaural: a parametrically enhanced binaural ambisonic decoder, based on the higher-order Directional Audio Coding (HO-DirAC) method
– hodirac_decoder: the loudspeaker decoder variant
– hodirac_upmixer: the ambisonic upmixing variant
– sparta_spreader: a source panner with coherent and incoherent source spreading options. While by default it loads HRIR data for binaural spreading, the approach is quite general; for example, you could also create synthetic microphone array recordings of spread sources if you wish, by simply loading a SOFA file of microphone array IR measurements instead.
– sparta_ambiRoomSim: a basic shoebox room simulator with Ambisonics output, based on the image-source method. Its main niche is that it supports multiple sources and Ambisonic receivers. The output audio for the receivers is stacked up to the 64 channel limit. e.g., you can have up to 16x1st order, 4x3rd order receivers, or 1x7th order receiver.
– sparta_decorrelator: a multi-channel signal decorrelator, which you can use to make reproduced sound scenes more diffuse when applied, e.g., after sparta_ambiDEC on the loudspeaker signals.
KarmaFX Plugin Pack is a collection of quality effect plugins that are small, simple and easy to use. Plugins that simply get the job done without too much knob tweaking. The pack includes a simple filter plugin, a tempo controlled delay, a 31 band graphic equalizer, a reverb and a User’s manual. It is available for PC/Windows in 32 bit and 64 bit. Download installer and view the full specifications below.
KarmaFX Filter: A simple stereo filter plugin
One Two Pole Multimode Filter (-12dB/oct).
Adjustable frequency, resonance (Q) and saturation drive.
Selection of Lowpass, Highpass, Bandpass or Bandstop output.
Two One Pole filters (LP, HP, -6dB/oct) with adjustable frequency.
Filter series: In -> Two pole -> One pole -> One pole -> Out.
Filters can be turned on or off (bypassed).
KarmaFX Deelay: A tempo controlled stereo delay
Two independent delay lines.
Coarse delay (0-16 beats/4) and fine delay (1 beat/4) adjustment.
Up to 4 second delay time (per channel) at 96kHz (8s at 48kHz).
Dry out, wet out, tempo sync control (auto/or 60-200 BPM)
Adjustable cross delay feedback mixer (pingpong).
Feedback gain and tap level adjustment.
Lowpass and Highpass filter with adjustable frequency (-6dB/oct).
Resonance with adjustable freq and Q.
DC block in feedback (-3dB at 30Hz).
5 ready made presets.
KarmaFX Equalizer: A graphic stereo equalizer
31 unique adjustable bands.
Fixed center frequencies ranging from 20Hz to 20kHz.
Accurate analog simulation of Boost and Cut EQ filters.
Fully symmetrical (reciprocal) filter response.
6, 12 and 24 dB boost/cut for gentle, medium and harsh equalization.
Boost option for extreme 36 to 96 dB equalization.
Low (20Hz-1kHz), Mid (1-5kHz), High (5-20kHz) or Full equalization.
Optional low and high shelving.
Adjustable overall mix and gain control.
Reset button and keyboard shortcuts for easy editing.
11 ready made presets.
KarmaFX Reverb: A stereo reverb
10 different reverb algorithms.
Up to 10 seconds of reverberation time (decay time).
Dry out, wet out, pan and signal mixer.
Full 4 channel stereo mix.
Mono, Stereo or Dual (cascade) mode.
Up to 500 ms Predelay with adjustable synced feedback.
Lowpass and Highpass filter with adjustable frequency (-12dB/oct).
Bjorn is a filter module containing 14 types of filters for any purpose, controlled by an X, Y pad for live matters. The filters had been borrowed from our latest developed tools and added together into one collection. Bjorn is CPU friendly and latency free.
Add texture and nuance to your tracks with a FREE collection of 13 heirloom hand percussion instruments: shakers, claves, rattles, djembe and more. Heritage Percussion also debuts a new, improved drum engine for easy use and more detailed editing.
• Beautiful new user interface
• Create your own custom drum mapping
• Adjust the tone and envelope for each drum
• Newly-expanded CONSOLE FX rack and mixer
• Now includes premium delay, reverb, and compression
• Create the perfect mix with no external plugins
• 13 hand percussion instruments
• Recorded in crisp 24-bit fidelity
• Djembe, rattles, claves, shakers
• Open, muted, and rim djembe strikes
• Superb detail: up to 5 dynamics and 10 RR
• Close and room mic positions
KONTAKT 6.5+ required
• 1.5GB disk space
• 400 MB RAM
A collection of 35 Kontakt instruments taken from my archive of sounds. These instruments date back to 2015 when I was just starting out sound design. In it, you’ll find lo-fi FM synthesizers sounds processed using guitar pedals (labeled “FM”), high-fi FM synthesizers sampled from a Yamaha DX-21, genuine analog synthesizers sounds (labeled “Mopho” and “AA” for Analog Age), original sound design (labeled “VS” for Vortex Soundwaves), 8-bit sounds taken from SMROM, and early 60s sounds taken from Thales Model I.
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