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Post: # 318917Post Sloan »

Post places links/lanks to good free plugins.

http://www.voxengo.com
There are a few good free plugins here. Also, demos of expensive ones.

http://www.tinbrooketales.com/archive/archive.htm
Seems kool.

http://www.smartelectronix.com
I love this place. Some very cool stuff here.
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Post: # 318921Post Mike »

http://www.digitalfishphones.com/main.p ... &subItem=5

BlockFish is a good compressor.

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FloorFish is a good gate.

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Post: # 318926Post Sloan »

Sweet, i couldn't remember the fish dude's site. I can't ever the damn THD saturator to work on my shit, it just comes in a fucks around bluuzuzaulwsdyal and all that. what.


http://www.gvst.co.uk/
I like the way these plugins look. I use the delay a lot.

http://asseca.com/kvr/nickcrow.htm
Some well regarded tube saturation plugins.

http://www.jeroenbreebaart.com/audio_vst.htm
Check out FEROX (also known as JB Ferox). It's my go-to saturation plugin right now. Try it on everything!

http://bootsy.cr68.com/plug/TesslaSE_1.0.rar
Tessla SE - "modelling pleasant sounding 'electric effects' coming from transformer coupled tube circuits in a digital controlled fashion. "
I use this a lot too.

http://bootsy.cr68.com/plug/Rescue_Release_1.1.rar
Another plug by the Tessla SE guy. This is like a stereo imaging doodad.
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Post: # 319218Post vivadeluxxe »

http://www.greenoak.com/crystal/
Crystal is a great free soft synth with loads of weird sounds to be had if you're into that kind of electro thing....
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Post: # 319245Post robroe »

what do these plug ins plug into ?
dots wrote:incesticide
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Post: # 319255Post Sloan »

robroe wrote:what do these plug ins plug into ?
lol whatever recording program you has that supports VST plugins etc...

Nuendo, Cubase, Sonar, Reaper, etc.....
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Post: # 319324Post Ninja Mike 808 »

http://www.kvraudio.com/
http://www.bulletsandbones.com/GB/PluginsAUEffects.html
http://studiotoolz.net/
http://chrisflesner.net/free-au-plugins.html

I must say that Crystal = Jesus' cousin.
Also, Vinyl from Izotope is cool and free, but everything else they make is bloody expensive.
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Post: # 534197Post dezb1 »

The free effects on this site are very good all your studio essentials. Nothing fancy just good quality sounds.

http://www.kjaerhusaudio.com/download.php
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Stickied for usefullness.
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Post: # 535771Post dezb1 »

I use Da-Hornet quite a bit, it does a great ‘icky thump’ type tone (very retro).

http://www.kvraudio.com/get/416.html
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Post: # 536859Post william »

http://www.tweakbench.com/ (WIN)

thats my favorite ever.

great thread.

btw- these are for windows, maybe we should be mentioning compatibility if we are going to make this thread a serious resource.
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Post: # 541196Post chrisplayer7 »

I would recommend the Micro POG to anyone
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Post: # 561434Post blacktaxi »

http://www.breathcube.com/vst/vst.html
also, if you understand russian or just don't mind - here's a wonderful free plugin blog: http://www.knobster.org
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Post: # 622519Post chrisplayer7 »

http://youwashockvst.googlepages.com/

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This is cool for DJing and stuff. Its a pretty mental boost effect
I would recommend the Micro POG to anyone
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Post: # 622523Post chrisplayer7 »

http://www.kvraudio.com/get/2719.html

Good multi-band compressor

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I would recommend the Micro POG to anyone
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Post: # 743153Post avj »

http://kunz.corrupt.ch/

All of these plugins are fantastic. I believe almost all are available for Windows in VST and OS X as VST and AU.

The original Dub Echo is great for a Space Echo kind of sound, and the Uno-62 is a based on a Roland Juno 60, which is one of my favorite synths.
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