All Plug-ins Tested with FL-Studio [except Apple stuff].
Androids with HTC-Desire & Samsung Galaxy Note II ... and little reminder that all the VST plugins
& Tools on the blog are free and legal. Not any crack or key.gen shit. Enjoy!
Distortion madness for fun, fun, fun! A true stereo quality
choice for drums, synths, guitar or bass dynamic overdrive processing. Rombo
captures all the dynamics of your audio material with two discreete envelope
followers, then uses the full stereo signal to drive an exclusive, ultrasmooth
dynamic saturation algorhythm. Big knobs allows perfect fine tuning and the VU
meter emulation let you instantly monitor the signal all over the effect chain.
Groove Analogizer is
an "audio controlled drum synthesizer", it means that like a vintage electronic
drum tone generator (e.g. Simmons) the percussion sound is triggered by an audio
input, not by a MIDI message. This also means that you must not load, in the
host, Groove Analogizer as a VST instrument, it loads as a VST effect, usually
in an insert slot.
But it's really a synth: the sound of three oscillators is triggered and shaped
by the audio input in many ways.
How triggering works in Groove Analogizer:
A trigger can be any kind of percussive* sound, both mono or
stereo, it can be a wav file or another VST instrument.
(*Percussive means: with fast attack time and fast or moderate decay/release
For each of the three generators you can
choose left, right or left+right input, input can be both mono or stereo, then a
band pass filter allows you to select (coarse and fine) which frequency range of
the audio source will be used for triggering, this way you can separate hi, mid
and low tones in the audio input, allowing you to isolate different trigger
patterns from the same complex audio source (e.g. you can input a full drums
loop and select snare for trigger 1, bass drum for trigger 2 and hihat for
Groove Analogizer also features Pre-Listening
(PL button), so that you can monitor which part of the source is selected as
Another control at the input named Sensitivity
allows to fine select the loudest triggers filtered by the band pass. So that
you may include ghost notes or avoid them.
128 of the coolest presets ready to play
Sound Controls For each generator:
amplitude and pitch envelope time Bending: positive or negative pitch
envelope amount Offset : pitch base Timbre: from pure tone to noise, with FM
option. New: overtone mode
Ultra Swamp is a completely reworked version of Swamp/Swamp
XT so there are a quite a few differences to the prior versions and a hugely
increased sonic potential! It's really for the good, the bad and the weird
sounds thus ranging from sweet over dark to really strange stuff; transforming
the wave samples beyond recognition. This is a swamp where you throw something
in but get something more useful out again and it's not just for pads and atmos
but also for quite snappy percussive & sequencer sounds.
There is only one TimbreModulator but with selectable input source: Osc 1, Osc2
or even both! Instead of the 2nd Timbremodulator there is a 'real' Ringmodulator,
yes, the real deal as far as software can do it! The mod Oscillator for RingMod
ranges from approx. 7Hz to 100Hz, so the typical 50Hz AC is possible. As RingMod
generates the sum and difference of the input signals it can give quite a low
punch. This one is with selectable input source: Osc 1, Osc2, plus the output of
TimbreMod too! As both of these soundshapers have great capabilities to
transform the signal of the oscillators they have both independant outputs and
are treated as secondary soundsources.
Thus the new Swamp has quite increased sonic capabilities at this stage already.
Anyway the SF2 oscilators come with 256 carefully selected waves though some
maybe suited better for RingMod while others are better suited for TimbreMod.
Of course there is the wellknown resonant 24dB LowPass, a 12db HiPass and a
Bandpass Filter with a 4 channel adaptive mod mixer so 4 source can be mixed to
modulate Cutoff. This is great to create new mixes of LFO modulations. The
output sections has increased a lot. Besides the delay there is a stereo Flanger
and Stereo Reverb with PreDelay and LowCutoff to remove lower frequencies
for an optimized Reverb response (use this if the rev 'shatters' in low range.
As Modsources there are 3 LFO, 1 S&H, 1 Double LFO with Phase shifting for one
with is best useful for the flanger. Also there is a new Gator which effect can
be mixed on the output level so you can adjust the amount of gating on the
output, with enhanced routings including modulating pan of the delayed signal.
Ping Pong is a free sample-based instrument for Native Instrument Kontakt. We
tried to program a sound similar to a ping pong ball bouncing on a table,
finding later that it was more intersting to alter the sound with few effects
like delay, reverb and a band-pass filter (with the chance to control their
amounts via velocity). Eight different effects presets are directly available
from the performance view in Kontakt.
Double button (add a second layer with -12 semitones tuning)
A VST plug-in which emulates the playback speed imperfections of the
playback speed is modulated in realtime by up to six oscillators
intuitive controls: Non-linearly scaled controls allow to directly set the
perceived pitch deviation depth and rate resulting from the playback speed
dual mode: In dual mode the left and the right channel are modulated
flange mode: When the modulated signal is mixed with the original signal a
flanging effect occurs. This feature recalls the times when recording
engineers created a flange effect by applying pressure on the tape reel with
their hand. Additional controls for feedback and delay allow to create more
intense flange effects. Although the unit can be pushed to self-oscillation in
extreme settings it will never cause digital clipping thanks to a compressor
algorithm inserted into the feedback path.
A built-in test tone generator makes it easy to quickly check a particular
setting with different signals or to use the plug-in as a self-contained "noise
If a control has no influence on the sound in a certain mode it will
disappear from the surface.
All parameters are controllable by midi controllers.
Pop-up hints help to understand the function of each control on the user
interface. These appear when the mouse rests over a control.
Also the assignment of midi controllers is documented in the pop-up hints.
Chorrosive - Chorrosive is a
simple device: it accepts audio in, runs it through various types of battery
acid, and drops it out the other side. Nice. The aforementioned 'Battery Acid'
is comprised of a chorus unit, band pass filter and transistor emulation,
applied to the incoming audio in varying degrees. Common usage is via the Large
Friendly Dial on the front. Turn it up to stir the acid; turn it down to
retrieve your original signal.
ECsoprano is a soprano recorder plug-in created in collaboration between Tek'it Audio and Mihai Sorohan.
has envelope control, choice between contemporary and classical
instrument tuning, visualization of the fingering while the user plays,
polyphonic voices and a polyphonic portamento to the soprano recorder
instrument played and recorded by Mihai Sorohan.
The focus of this drone sound generator lies on a
warm, ever evolving sound which still remains tonal playable. To be easy in
useage, the interface is reduced to the most necessary control elements. Just
load the plugin, send a MIDI note to it, and you get the smooth changing
background for your next ambience piece.
No samples inside - virtual analog generator
emulating unstable electric circuits.
Marvel GEQ is a freeware linear-phase 16-band graphic equalizer
plugin with multi-channel operation support (supporting up to 8 input/output
channels, audio host application-dependent). It offers extensive internal
channel routing capabilities, and supports mid/side channel processing.
Marvel GEQ allows audio engineers and musicians to apply quick EQ shape
adjustments, both to audio tracks and full mixes. The linear-phase filtering
offered by Marvel GEQ is suitable for equalization tasks where high quality and
excellent sonic character are a must.
K-Tuner is an
audio frequency analyzer, mainly purposed for tuning musical instruments. It has
some extra functionality for guitar players, but it's well suitable for any
instrument - no matter acoustic or electronic.
streaming audio data and analyzes it to find out the current frequency.
Frequency and it's equivalent musical note are then printed on a digital type of
screen, amongst some other details.
Analog type of meter is used to find out the
distance from a clean note."Lock" buttons and fretboard led panel help
guitar players to quickly and accurately tune their instrument.
Latency Delay is an auxiliary AU and VST plugin which allows
you to compensate latency produced by any audio plug-ins, instruments and
processes which produce latency but do not try to report it to the host.
Latency Delay introduces 10000 samples latency itself and delays the audio
signal by 10000 minus the specified amount of samples or milliseconds. Please
note that audio host application should support the latency compensation itself
for this plug-in to function properly.
Blue Cat's Triple EQ is a 3 bands semi-parametric equalizer
that can be controlled like a single filter with customizable shape.
It includes a low shelf filter, a high shelf filter and a
boost/cut peak filter. Its wide range of gain (+/-40 dB per band) and bandwidth
(.01 to 5 Octave) makes it very versatile to create any filter shape. The three
filters are linked together so that when you change the center frequency or the
bandwidth, the parameters of the three filters are modified accordingly: you can
control the entire equalizer characteristics with a single mouse click.
The graph shows the computed frequency response of the
plug-in, so that you can exactly know how your signal is processed. The controls
are directly available on top of the filter graph, making the design of the
filter shape even easier.
The plug-in also offers a dual channels version, with
independent left/right or mid/side equalization capabilities. Both channels can
be linked together in many ways, letting you transform this plugin into a
frequency-dependent panner and much more.
The plug-in can be controlled in real time with MIDI or
automation: it is capable of absolutely zipper-free clean and continuous
time-varying equalization with no latency. it is the ideal companion of our
audio analysis tools for signal-dependent side chain filtering.
A carefully designed dynamic range compressor. The processor is dedicated to
sum/bus compression and is the result of an intensive study about the musical
behaviour of the feed-back compressor topology. Most modern compressors analyze
the input signal to control gain reduction. The feed-back compressor design
however “listens” to its output. This non-intuitive approach delivers an
unobtrusive and highly musical compression characteristic that is able to handle
complex signals with ease.
These unique characteristics were combined with a minimalistic audio-path and
state of the art digital signal processing techniques. The compressor is
carefully tuned for intuitive and musical operation. We want to emphasize the
fact that the processor neither tries to emulate any previously available device,
nor does it follow popular trends like “virtual analogue”, “vintage” or similar
buzz terms. This is a proud digital processor, made with an immense amount of
love and care. Just listen for yourself! :)
Typical “Feed-Back Compression” sound and behaviour.
64bit floating point precision for all relevant calculations.
Bit-transparent differential oversampling structure (only the “wet” part
Internal re-sampling via high quality linear phase filters.
A free collection of samples recorded from a Commodore 64 with a SID
8580 chip installed. The sounds were created using the Mono Synthesizer
application of the MSSIAH cartridge. Commodore 64 Synthesizer Sessions Part 1 includes 16-bit WAV files, as well as Kontakt 5 and Shortcircuit 1 instrument patches.