Sfilter creates a stepped filtered sequence, to create gating, sweeps or rhythmic modulation of filter cut-off. It uses a variable state filter, varying between 2 adjustable cut-off values according to a tempo-sync'd step sequencer. An LFO can also modulate the filter for extra movement
- tempo-sync step sequencer, with 2 to 32 steps over a sequence length of 2 to 32 beats
- resonant variable filter, LP, HP, BP and notch
- filter cut-off varies between upper and lower cut-off values, in either direction
- tempo sync LFO, with 6 waveforms and settings from 1/16 beat to 96 beats
- random swing for step sequencer
- wet/dry mix control
- midi CC and midi learn
The sound of freeQueue (EQ) may remind you of many classic analog designs. You get access to four bands of equalization with two shelving filters and two peaking filters, a design which matches that of many sought after high-end console equalizers. Many mix recipes are included as saved settings which can be loaded through your VST host.
64-bit internal processing resolution.
Lots of built in presets to get your mix jumpstarted.
Full automation support of all controls for VST compliant hosts (additional extensions for REAPER).
Sample accurate, zero-latency algorithm.
Non-clipping EQ filter. You can make the most radical boosts of any frequency and the equalizer will never clip. This free VST plugin will output accurate signals even above 0dB (if supported by your DAW). You can use the output level control of the EQ to bring it down for subsequent plugins or use your track fader. Either way, freeQueue will never add clipping distortion to your signal.
Works with 64-bit and 32-bit audio hosts running on 32-bit Windows OS or Mac OSX 10.4, 10.5, 10.6
Handles mono-to-mono and stereo-to-stereo I/O from your DAW.
Output -10dB to +10dB controls the global output level of the EQ plugin.
Frequency 5kHz to 15kHz high shelf cutoff frequency.
Gain -12dB to +12 dB adjustable gain.
High Mid Frequency 1kHz to 11kHz center frequency.
Low Mid Frequency 100Hz to 1.1kHz center frequency.
Gain -12dB to +12 dB adjustable gain on each peaking band.
Frequency 30Hz to 450Hz low shelf cutoff frequency.
Gain -12dB to +12 dB adjustable gain.
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AZR3 Vintage drawbar organ emulator. Features three "keyboard" channels, a versatile distortion effect and a rotating speaker emulation.
- 3 instruments.
- 9 drawbars.
- 6 different waveform shapes.
- Split mode.
- Monophonic mode (perfect for bass sounds).
- Scalable pitch bend.
- Rotating speakers. Lower speaker can be switched between fixed and rotating.
RedTron_SE is a Special Edition of the RedTron_400. This VST plug-in uses the Taijiguy's Mellotron samples (taken from a 1973 Mellotron M400S - Serial #500). The samples have been cleaned (not too much) by removing an annoying 60Hz hum and some unwanted "clicks" and "pops" here and there.
Nine sound types: MKII Flute, MKII 3 Violins, M400 Cello, MKII Brass, M400 Combined Choir, M400 String Section, M400 Woodwinds, M300A Violins, M300B Violin.
No loops: as the original Mellotron, each sound is eight seconds long with, in many cases, "the bad endings".
Exclusive "Mellotronic Click Switch" (MCS). On real Mellotrons, "Click" can be heard at the beginning of a note, when the tape comes in contact with the replay head. On REDTRON_SE, these "clicks " are randomly generated when you hit a key : you don't hear twice the same and they can appear on any note. A rotary knob allows you to control the effect intensity (of course, you can also completely disable it ). Note : this function is inactive when the attack parameter is set to any value different from zero.
Layer (two sounds A & B) and split possibilities (octave shift).
Independent parameters for sound A & B:
Volume, Tone, Pan, Tune, Reverb, Delay, Attack & Release, Octave & Note parameters.
Delay effect (Amount, Time, Feedback & Pan parameters).
Reverb effect (Mix, Width, Size & Damp parameters).
Global Volume control.
Global Tone control.
Global Pitch control.
DreamStation DXi2 is a polyphonic analog synthesizer plugin based on DreamStation 1.0. It can be used from within compatible host application(s) supporting DirectX Instruments.
DreamStation DXi2 acts as a single timbral (one instrument per plugin) MIDI controllable unit with a maximum of 16 voices polyphony. It responds on all MIDI channels (OMNI mode) and has stereo audio output.
Several DreamStation DXi2 plugins can be inserted and used at the same time in order to build up a multitimbral environment in your projects. The number of maximum active DreamStation DXi2 plugins depends on host application and CPU resources.
DreamStation DXi2 utilizes the same techniques featured in the standalone version; physical models of analog circuits, mathematical reproduction of analog oscillators which makes DreamStation DXi2 acting just like real analog synthesizers. You can sweep the pitch smoothly from 20Hz to 20kHz and apply the breathtaking pulse width modulation without any digital aliasing at all. A wide range of synthesized sounds can be reproduced using DreamStation DXi2, the old classical analog instruments goes without saying but also new and exciting sonic textures never heard before.
- Subtractive synthesis combined with FM synthesis
- 3 oscillators, multimode self oscillating IIR filter, VCA, LFO, user EG for each voice
- Available waveforms: sine, triangle, sawtooth, pulse, square, noise
- Available filter types: 12dB/Octave lowpass, highpass, bandpass, 24dB/octave lowpass, formant
- A maximum of 16 voices polyphony
- Linear frequency modulation, hard synchronization, ring modulation, distortion
- Supported sampling rates: 11.025Khz, 22.05Khz, 44.1Khz, 48Khz and 96Khz
- Supported digital audio resolution: 16 to 32bits
- Internal calculating resolution: 32 bits (with 24bit mantissa)
Developer: Audio Simulation
Equalizer AQ1 is a parametric EQ plug-in optimized for low CPU usage whilst maintaining the highest precision in signal processing. The input and output level of the plug-in can be adjusted separately. While with typical digital equalizers one control would be redundant (since the process of filtering is linear), these controls gives you the control about the analogue modelled gain stages.