Shortcurcuit XT 2022-01-18 02:09:02 UTC NIGHTLY WINDOWS/MacOS/LiNUX [FREE] 0 (0)

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What? Shortcircuit is open source? Well yes, but there are big big caveats. Right now there are no downloadable assets you can get to play music, and there is no runnable open source Shortcircuit plugin. We estimate this will be the case for much of 2021, and maybe indefinitely. You may never be able to run an open source Shortcircuit. Might just be too much work. But if you are dev you can help!

What was Shortcurcuit?
Shortcircuit was created as a reaction against the ongoing trend where software samplers are being designed with the primary intent of library playback.

It is intended for people who, like us, consider a sampler to be a musical instrument in its own right, and not just a way to emulate other instruments. It has been a very high priority to make sure that adding and editing individual samples is as fast and logical as possible.

The sample hierarchy in shortcircuit allow you to place samples directly at the highest level of the multi, without having to deal with instrument hierarchies and patches. Want to add a sample to your song? Just drag & drop the sample into shortcircuit and you’re ready to go. Samples can be put in groups for multi-sampling and kit-building, but the complexity is only there when you need it

Sound quality is of highest concern, and shortcircuit uses very high-quality interpolation to ensure that your samples sound as good as the source material, regardless of the pitch you play them at. All filters & effects are calculated at the precision required for them to sound the way intended and oversampling are used when required to prevent aliasing.

Shortcircuit was designed to sound great, all other concerns have been secondary. But don’t take our word for it, download ‘shortcircuit free’ and find out for yourself.

Each voice in shortcircuit features two filter-slots, and the selection isn’t limited to the traditional pick. In addition to the regular lowpass/highpass/bandpass/notch & peak-filters and variations thereof there is an array of filter algorithms (not strictly filters in the traditional sense, but called so because of their location in the audio path) including distortion, parametric/graphic/morphing equalizers,bit-reduction/decimation, gating, limiting, slew-rate distortion, ring-modulation, frequency shifting and phase-modulation (better known as FM). The selection even includes analog-style oscillators that you can mix with the sample.

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Djup by Fanan Team 0 (0)

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Djup is a light weight nordish style bass module that based on 8 classic nordish bass models from the past 40 years. It’s main advantage is solid, powerful electric bass sound that can perform loudly in full legato without any additional amplification or compression. It’s armed with lo pass – hi pass filter, tube effect, profoundly resonating filter, amp and filter envelopes as well as 4 effects: 8 voices unison, chorus, wah-wah and reverb.

It also equipped with 3 modes portamento effect (mono mode), MIDI learn manager (easy MIDI learning on right mouse click on any knob or button) and resizable GUI

https://www.fananteampro.com/djup

T30-GP by 12bitz 0 (0)

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T30-GP is a sampled Grand Piano.

It was sampled from a portable digital keyboard based on a Steinway Grand Piano samples. It was known for its good sound and great ability to cut through the mix.

Maybe not your first choice piano to play your favourite Chopin pieces, but certainly a good addon for any genre in modern music.

  • 88 sampled notes.
  • 3 velocity layers.
  • 264 samples (16 bit / 44100).
Mac users : this plugin may not be compatible with recent OS versions…

ttm001(Drum machine) by ttm 0 (0)

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ttm001 is a VSTi for Windows (32/64-bit) that can create a drum set by combining any WAV files:

  1. 16 patches, 24 simultaneous sounds.
  2. Volume, pitch, and pan can be adjusted for each patch.
  3. Supports stereo 8-channel multi-out.
  4. Equipped with group function (e.g., stop open hi-hat with pedal).
  5. Three types of filters (high-pass filter, low-pass filter, and peaking filter).
  6. Equipped with a function that automatically adjusts pitch and attack according to velocity and pronunciation interval.
  7. Frequency and bit size can be changed as desired to achieve lo-fi sound.
  8. Small memory usage and light load.

For more information, please refer to the following links.

Introduction site for English
Introduction site for Japanese

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Quilcom SIM-DIZI 0 (0)

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The SIM-DIZI aims to synthesise the sound of a Chinese dizi flute which is a transverse blown bamboo flute with a buzzing membrane to create a brighter sound. Like all my SIM series, no samples are used, so you have control of many aspects of the timbre and behaviour. The presets show some other flute-like sounds you can make too

http://flowstoners.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Quilcom-SIM-DIZI-v1.002.zip

dualReverseDelay by SaschArt[Donationware] 5 (1)

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dualReverseDelay it’s a dual plugin both as two sets of knobs (one per channel) and as two directions: reverse and forward.

Unique and original delay.

Features:

  • Two sets of knobs (one per channel) .
  • Stereo enhanced by offset.
  • Button to change the direction of delay: reverse and forward.
  • Toggle Lowpass filter from left to right – nice effect, can balance frequencies on stereo channels.
  • Toggle direction of delay from reverse to forward – unique feature on the delay area. This can produce amazing effects.
  • Host sync delay rate and free time rate.
  • Rich rates: triplet and dotted.
  • Ping pong made by offsets.

Tips:

  • The delay start from the beginning of the project but on reverse cycles. So, the end of the delay it’s exactly on the delay rate set. But if your audio input is not on rate set in the delay rate you must take care that the cycles runs in the reverse way, this result a dynamic and complicated delay time relative by offset. Better and easy way it’s to use audio input on the delay rate.
  • Great effects are obtained if we set the same offset on the left and right, the forward direction on one channel and on the other reverse then activate Toggle for direction. So we’re going to have a delay reverse on one channel, when it’s over, it’s going to start delay forward on the other channel and to the next rate going to play vice versa on the two channels.
  • The toggle buttons for frequency and direction only make sense if there are different left-right settings. If we have the same left-right settings for frequency respectively direction these buttons have no effect.
  • Remove donate button: donate minimum 5 euro then insert donate key received by email.
  • Value input by key: over the knob and right click, insert value by key then hit enter.
  • Set default value: double click on the knob.

Requirements:
DAW (VST host), Windows 32/64-bits or MacOS VST and AU.

https://vst.saschart.com/dual_reverse_delay_ping_pong_pan_lowpass_stereo_enhanced