It brings up lightning speed drum-kits loading and fast one stage control, fitted for live usage. Now, with better control, both mp3 and WAV. format support, faster workflow and only 0.5 sec. loading times for new core kit, Yumbu 2 is one of the quickest drum samplers in the market.
Yumbu 2 uses 10 (.wav, mp3) file sample slots to build 10 drum components drum-kits. According to this approach, every slot can be anything, from kicks to snares or cymbals or you name it. Each slot is triggered by its own unique MIDI note which noted on its slot button. For instance, slot 48 is triggered by note number 48 in the MIDI keyboard (c2). The samples menu is divided into 14 categories, including a wide range of drum-kit components types. Each type button (kicks, snares, claps, etc.) is directing to it’s own sample library folder which located at “C:UsersyournameDocumentsFananteamYumbuUSER”. Each sample slot has also a room for user’s imported samples which can be added manually to the “user” folder. Yumbu 2 comes with 30 full drum-kits to start with.
Yumbu 2 has a built-in mixer that allows you to tweak any sample separately. You can use the EQ, change the pitch, add a random pitch manipulation to every sample, pan and you can use our pitch based round robin effect which has a wide control ability on the final sound. The mixer is also armed with 3 master effects (compressor, reverb, delay) with a brand new unique effect called “F.R” which allows full scale frequency control over the wet signal. You can use the effect by sending a fx amount from the “master fx” knob on every channel or you can override the per cell sending and just send them directly to the master effect.
Yumbu 2 loads drumkits extremely fast, only 0.5 sec for full loading. It can set “sample start and “sample end” points with MIDI assignable knobs and it also allows you to tweak the active keyboard’s octaves starting points. Yumbu 2 uses 24 presets drumkit banks. Each preset represents a full drumkit containing all the components and settings.
Yumbu 2 is armed with brand new morphing system which can blend any 2 drum elements together (which can create tons of new fresh drum sounds). The morph system can also play with the blended element’s pitch and increase the invention of new drum sounds like never before.
Each channel in Yumbu 2 is armed with dedicated modulation effects which allow adding beautiful nuances and textures to each drum element separately. There is a yowling phaser effect, a delay and the new Zelda filter which can completely change the audio materials native character and morph it into a new interesting sound.
10 drum sample slots per kit.
14 drum element banks with full 30 drum-kits that adjusted to wide range of pop and EDM genres.
Morphing system for blending any 2 drum elements together.
Automation file manager.
4 additional WAV. pages in the element menu for user’s WAV. files.
MIDI assignable startend points manager.
Graphical MIDI keyboard with assignable keyboard starting points.
Full virtual mixer with gain knobs, master effect send knobs, pitch knobs, random pitch manager knobs, round robin and pan knobs, master compressor, delay and reverb effects armed with a unique F.R. feature.
MIDI route options (internal or sent to the DAW through MIDI channels).
Scalable and customizable GUI.
Dedicated modulation effects including phaser, delay and Zelda filter.
10 filter bands with 12 dB of negative and positive gain.
Low-shelf, high-shelf and 8 peak notches with two having the option to be shelves or bell shapes by toggling the bell buttons below the filters.
Analog-inspired saturation circuit. When the drive is set to 0, the drive is bypassed, any values higher than 0 engage the saturation circuit.
Proportional Q controlled by the gain of each filter. Gain values above 0 gradually thin the Q value. The negative end of the gain range has a much thinner Q than the positive end, so it’s great for cutting unwanted frequencies.
Trim knob to control the overall volume of the plugin.
Fully DAW-compatible automation parameters for each control.
Toggle button to turn off shadows. This helps under-powered laptops that lag when using the user interface.
Created in 2005 and still going strong. Podolski is a free, straightforward, CPU-efficient virtual analogue synthesizer. One oscillator, one filter, one envelope and an arpeggiator / sequencer. Simple, but with a few tricks up its sleeve. Create high quality sounds with ease.
• Oscillator with variable symmetry (sawtooth to triangle, PWM) and glide
• Polyphonic (up to 16 voices), mono, legato and arpeggiator modes
• 4 envelope modes: ADSR or HDSR, linear or exponential. Sustain has Fall/Rise control
• 2 LFOs: one global, one per voice. Absolute time or host sync, multiple waveforms
• Multimode filter: lowpass, bandpass or highpass with drive and FM
• Combination arpeggiator / 16-step sequencer with extra modulation source
• 2 built-in effects: stereo delay, chorus / flanger
• Resizable UI from 70% to 200%
• Skinnable UI
• Global preferences page
• MIDI learn page and editable list
• Over 300 factory presets
• Apple – Mac OS X 10.9 or newer
• Windows – 7 or newer
Host software / DAW
• 1GB RAM, more recommended
• 50MB free disk space
• 1000 × 600 or larger display
• Modern CPU (Sandy Bridge or newer recommended)
NKS-readyPodolski is Native Instruments NKS-ready and compatible with Maschine and Komplete Kontrol hardware.
Changelog: Podolski 1.2.2 (revision 9724) Improvements: • Mac installer notarized (Catalina) • NKS compatible • Windows installer improvements • UTF-8 support for installation paths • Improved VST3 implementation • New Preset Browser • Factory presets have been tagged • Drag & drop between browser and system file windows • Improved GUI response time on some Macs (sluggish GUI) • Windows UI performance improved (less CPU load with open GUI) • Mac installer improved to prevent permission issues • User defined MIDI CC sources replace expression and breath • Mouseover shows parameter values in Data Display • Plugin format and OS info shown next to revision number • Init preset can be loaded from Data Display (for Win users: also works via right-click) • Increased maximum number of installed skins from 10 to 20 • Improved handling of 14-bit MIDI CC assignment • Sustain pedal now working according to standard (0-63 = off, 64-127 = on) Fixed Bugs: • Fixed an issue with dialogs appearing transparent in Cubase 10.5 and Logic • Various small fixes and improvements
You will need Steinberg HALion (6 / Sonic / Sonic SE 3).
Rose&Rhodes Free : Stylish Rhodes Piano
The Rose&Rhodes(Free and Pro ver.) is an amazing sample of Rhodes piano series. Thanks to the Steinberg HALion(6 / Sonic / Sonic SE 3), which is an amazing sampler system, it expresses the actual tone. HALion boasts the technology of the Steinberg that can be trusted. Please use the Rose&Rhodes Free version first released by Wavements and evaluate it on our Gumroad page.
Product details(Free Ver.):
Operated on the stable and reliable system of the Steinberg HALion.
Use it in any DAW : You will need this: HALion (Free).
Quick-load, high-quality samples.
Very low CPU usage.
88 notes stylish rhodes piano.
Just 87MB on load.
Early Reflection mode (Studio, Hall, Chamber).
We will provide many high-quality free samples in the future. Please bookmark our homepage and follow our Facebook page. Furthermore, if you subscribe to the gumroad page, we will notify you of the latest news by e-mail.
We ask for your continued support and affection. Thank you
Our commercial plugins offer many more features, but these are still extraordinary when compared to most plugins on the market. You can extend the features of these free plugins at any time by purchasing a licence.
14.16 changes Added enhanced aliasing improving the audio quality for most saturation algorithms available throughout the plugins. The downside is slightly higher CPU usage. It can be disabled from settings if needed. MXXXCore and MSuperLooper now also unlock MTurboReverb with only MTurboReverbLE licence and Equalizer with MFilter licence. Added native Apple Silicon CPU (currently M1) support. Added "Profile mixer" to MCabinet. Added groups to MMultiAnalyzer. Easy screen locks for title buttons have been moved to the left for consistency reasons. Preset search fields are now highlighted in red to highlight them and avoid confusion when user forgets that something is written in there. Added "High accuracy" switch to MCCGenerator. MultiParameters in banks mode can now create custom categorization for switcher menu by setting banks names to "category#text". Added Channel parameter to MIDI settings / Program change in presets. Holding Alt when clicking various copy buttons will allow exporting as XML button for editing as text. You can then edit the text and ctrl + pasting it back. Fix: Automating multiparameters when the plugin was sleeping made no effect. Fix: Closing text edit popup with escape key didn't work. Fix: Keys A, C and V were forwarded to the DAW even if the plugin edit was actually using them. Fix: MDrumReplacer's MIDI output didn't work in some DAWs. Fix: MTurboReverb delay order down was sorted up instead. Fix: Downloader could crash when installing certain 3rd party products. Fix: Downloader requested a correct MSoundFactory path even when installing MDrummer/MDrumReplacer data. Fix: MRhythmizer could ignore MIDI commands for volume sequences if the volume sequences were not defined. Fix: Installer didn't show proper products when clicking on the home icon in the product selection page. 14.15 changes Improved the default Neon style. Added MIDI out feature to MDrumReplacer. Added "Follow host name and color" feature to MMultiAnalyzer. Added Integrator module to MXXX. Added "Set output gain" feature to MAGC. Fix: MGranularMB was crashing in some circumstances. Fix: Keyboard forwarding disabled on Bitwig due to some problems in it. Fix: MCompressor was doing an inaccurate reduction for levels somewhere below -180dB. Fix: Custom GUIs were not available on case sensitive file systems in MXXX. 14.14 changes Big improvements in MDrumReplacer, officially released now. Added "Apply EQ" switch to MSpectralDynamics. Improved plugin selection page in the installer. Improved VST3 support. Added "Gain" and "Gain random" to each voice in MGranularMB. "Intelligent disable on silence" renamed to "Intelligent sleep on silence" to avoid confusion. Added features to the "Custom GUI designer" in MXXX. Improved keyboard to forwarding to DAW on Windows and added "Forward unused keyboard input to DAW" option in case you want to disable it. Added "Display waveforms" option to MSuperLooper, useful for additional CPU saving. Lots of changes to MTurboAmp alpha version. Fix: Any info/error message containing "_" made this character replaced by a whitespace. Fix: MRotary was crashing in MXXX when the Materials were turned on. Fix: Several plugins (such as compressors) didn't update the visual state when bypassed or in disabled mode. Fix: MGranularMB could cause initial peaks/glitches with specific settings and audio signals. 14.13 changes Big improvements for MDrumReplacer Windows plugins now forward unused keyboard commands to the DAW to make sure the DAW doesn't loose spacebar as play/stop for example, even if a plugin popup is displayed. Added Favourites tag, which you can use to filter the favourite devices to MXXX. Parametric equalizers now have band presets. Several minor fixes and improvements. Fix: MFreeformEqualizer could stop processing when switched to minimum phase mode in some cases. Fix: MTurboDelayMB didn't work properly. Fix: Some windows didn't save position and size. Fix: MTurboReverb was crashing in ambisonics and surround modes. 14.12 changes Most plugins now provide "Intelligent disable on silence" feature allowing them to disable themselves to save CPU whenever there is no signal and the plugin doesn't produce anything anymore. It can be disabled from settings. It works with all plugin interfaces and DAWs. Added "Random every time" option to MGranularMB and Granular module in MXXX. Added "XY-pad 4 banks" to banks mode of all multiparameters, allowing you to create XY pads, which would interpolate between 4 banks. Note that such multiparameter also occupies the next one, which is needed for the Y value. Added band Solo & Mute to all parametric equalizers. Available from band settings popup. Custom GUI designer now allows resizing keeping ratio when holding Alt in MXXX. Added "Replace" feature to MSuperLooper. Added per-track "Default bars" override to MSuperLooper. Minor GUI, stability and performance improvements. Plugins with latency now compensate synchronization position from DAW accordingly. For example, MRhythmizerMB is now synchronizing properly in linear-phase mode. Installer now logs installation of the MSVC redistributables and installes it only once. Fix: "Do not load from presets" option in MIDI controllers didn't work properly. Fix: Ambisonics wasn't available in ProTools. Fix: ReportLatency module didn't update latency when changed until audio engine was restarted in MXXX. Fix: MXXX6out could crash in some DAWs. Fix: Crossover module could cause crashes when changing crossover type in MXXX. Fix: Arp didn't store current matrix preset in MXXX. Fix: Changing an Enable title button with a multiparameter didn't enable/disable other title buttons. Fix: MNoiseGenerator was generating true noise in "True noise" mode only for one channel. Fix: Look-ahead in MSpectralDynamics didn't work properly. Fix: Multiparameter bank reordering didn't work with more than 100 banks. 14.11 changes Released MDrumReplacer beta, added to MXXX as well. Improved MTuner accuracy and visualisation, added "Auto switch to normal tuner" option. Added Analyzer to MDrumLeveler for easy setup of the prefiltering. Added MXXX6out version. Minor GUI and performance improvements. Fix: MRecorder was reporting an error when the target path started with "~". Fix: Custom GUI designer could create incorrectly resized images for lower resolutions when custom images were used in MXXX. Fix: Impulse response export wasn't working properly for plugins with latency. Fix: Having a "" symbols in multiparameter name would make multiparameter manager impossible to display. Fix: Some MB versions of certain plugins could share the default settings with the non-MB versions. Fix: Changing presets in VST2 didn't update all the parameters in the DAW. 14.10 changes Export IR has been removed from MFreeformEqualizer, since the global IR button in the toolbar does the same thing. Improved font engine for nicer and more readable GUIs. Minor GUI and performance enhancements. Random preset feature makes sure the next preset is different from the previous (if possible). Fix: MTurboReverbLE dynamics section couldn't be activated. Fix: Device browser wasn't selecting the loaded device in MXXX. Fix: Displaying a tab as popup didn't properly store it's position and size. Fix: Multiparameter units could sometimes go wrong with "By bank name interpolated" mode. Fix: Global "Set" button may have produced incorrect results. Fix: Using SuperLooper inside MXXX could cause a crash. Fix: MTurboReverb ER's Analyse IR feature crashed on mono files.
Audacity 3.0.0 is a major update on our previous Audacity 2.4.2. We’ve changed the format in which we save Audacity projects! Previously we saved projects as a sometimes large number of small files, with an ‘.aup’ file to coordinate the lot. This way of doing things is sometimes called ‘pile of files’ storage.
The problem, which happened all too often, was that data files and .aup file parted ways. Users quite reasonably expected the .aup file to contain the entire project. Well, the new .aup3 file does contain the data as well. The technical detail is that we are using an open source database, SQLite3, to store everything in one .aup3 file. That all happens ‘behind the scenes’. SQLite3 is open source, and it is a delight to work with. Nevertheless, this was a huge change, and we decided it was too risky to include many other changes we wanted to make at the same time – so 3.0.0 is almost entirely about this big format change.
Working with .aup3 projects editing audio should on most machines be a little faster than before, because there are fewer files being worked on. Finishing and closing a project at the end of working can be quite a lot slower, since there is more to do when a project is closed. We think the trade offs are worth it.
Importantly note that you can open your older .aup projects in Audacity 3.0.0 where they will be converted to the new .aup3 format.
Label Sounds & Noise Gate
We did have time to improve our ‘Noise Gate’ effect and add a new analyzer, ‘Label Sounds’, that can label sounds and silences. We also made a few small tweaks elsewhere. You can now import and export macros, and there are a couple of new commands for using the last used tool or last used analyzer that you can give shortcuts to.
We also fixed over 160 bugs that had been accumulating over the years. This is quite a staggering amount of work. The majority of these bugs were minor problems, easily worked around. Some though were really juicy high priority bugs that would have mattered a lot to the people affected by them. We’re really glad to have these bugs fixed now.
We hope you enjoy using Audacity 3.0.0 as much as we enjoyed putting it together.
HomeCorrupter provides an effect that harks back to a period in which computers weren’t actually that good at handling audio.
The plugin can degrade the resolution of any incoming audio signal by reducing the sampling rate and bit depth. Further lo-fi quality is achieved by reducing the “computers clock speed” which slows down the playback of the input, all on the fly.
All properties can either be automated using the built-in oscillators or can be controlled directly from your DAW.
Think industrial or dark sound design to find a purpose for the plugin.
On playback rate / recording
HomeCorrupter provides up to 30 seconds of recording which gives you plenty of time to slow down the playback to its maximum (e.g. half speed).
Note that once you return the playback rate to the original speed the playback will jump to match the input stream (think of it as aligning the read / write heads on a tape recorder).
This should allow you to create live “record scratches” or “tape machine shutdown” effects while being able to return to the original sound with perfect timing.
HomeCorrupter is pretty straightforward as you can control sample rate, bit depth and playback rate using their dedicated sliders. Each of these can also be controlled by an LFO. The LFO’s become active once their speed is set above 0 Hz.
You can set the speed between 0 – 10 Hz and control the depth of the sweep for a stronger effect.
Additional to the above you can set the wet/dry mix of the effect using the balance controls
The archive contains VST2 and VST3 plugins for both macOS (10.10/Yosemite and higher) and Windows 10.
Installation instructions are provided inside the archive’s README file.
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