plug-ins

Plug-ins for EQs and Compressor by Focusrite

July 11, 2011
focusrite

How plug-ins works might be new to some of you but let me explains how it changes things up. Plug-ins is created to add specific abilities to a larger software application, it is just a set of software components, if supported will enable and customize the functionality of an application. It has been in existence […]

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Experiencing the Arturia Analog Player

April 28, 2011
arturia

Well-known synthesizers that have gone down in history as pioneering examples of progress and sonic possibility are too costly and perhaps beyond the reach of those on tight budgets. Thus Analog Experience The Player, Analogue Factory software by Arturia that has softened the blow by painstakingly recreating a collection of these instruments, with wonderful sound […]

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Free Plug-in: Subconcious

February 26, 2011
Subconcious VST

I Just found a great free VST plug-in that will work with almost all digital recording solutions. It is a called the Subconcious, this arpeggiation sequencer can really take any sound to a brand new level. Subconscious has 2 completely different on-board sequencers. This includes a gate sequencer and a modulation sequencer, which can be […]

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Waves Aphex Vintage Aural Exciter

February 19, 2011
Aural Exicter Plugin

The Waves Audio company, is set to release an aphex aural exicter which will enhance the original sounds of the Aphex two tube units. This plugin will be bring back that popular dirty and warm guitar sound that is so familar to what we are familar with in the late seventies. This plug will emulate […]

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Try it, before you buy it

February 9, 2011
Try-sound.com

God, I wish I knew about this website before I bought half of the olivine that I have purchased. It is a really cool website called Try-sound.com. This website is solely dedicated to letting you try many of thought VST plugs and the virtual instruments before you buy them. Pretty damn cool if you ask […]

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