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Virtual Studio Technology and its acronym VST refer to an interface standard for connecting audio synthesizer and effect plugins to audio editors and hard-disk recording systems. VST and similar technologies allow the replacement of traditional recording studio hardware with software counterparts. VST plug-ins are software modules that can take the form of real-time instruments or effects. Thousands of plugins exist, making VST the most widespread audio plugin architecture.





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167 free stab samples by SampleRadar                   16th March 2019

167 free stab samples released by SampleRadar.

A stab sound might be short, but used in the right place, it can have a big impact on your track.

We've put together a large collection of stab samples, including bass, guitar, horn, string, synth and percussion sounds. 

What you need to know

The stab samples are divided into three folders: Misc, Percussive and Synth.

All the samples are supplied as WAV files so can be imported directly into your DAW or sampler of choice. Because they're royalty-free, you're welcome to use the samples in your music in any way you like - all we ask is that you don't re-distribute them.

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LoFi Vintage Clipper is free for a limited time                 14th March 2019

Nembrini Audio LoFi Vintage Clipper is free for a limited time.

Nembrini Audio LoFi Vintage Clipper plugin is design to add grit and weight to your mix with two distinctive custom designed saturation algorithms.

Use it to add presence and density to your tracks and control transients like the biggest Mix Engineers!!

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Free convolution reverb Convology XT by Impulse Records 13th March 2019

Impulse Records has released Convology XT, a free Impulse Response convolution reverb plugin  VST, AU and AAX (64-bit supported).

Free Factory Plugin – Includes 70  vintage Impulse Response Files! This FREE plugin download, comes in VST, AU and AAX and features a sampling of files contained in the Convology XT Library! There are no time limitations, iLok or frustrating unlocking hoops to jump through. Simply fill in the information on the licensing page and that’s all there is to it.

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SynthIV releases Antifreeze free (open source) synth plugin   11th March 2019

SynthIV has released Antifreeze, free (open source) synth plugin for Windows and Mac.

SynthIV x Lurker Beats.


v1.0 - Released 3/10/19.

VST Plugin Instrument (Synthesizer).

The star of the Antifreeze Synthesizer is the Pitch LFO. Use it to create sparkling pads and video game style sound effects. Features 2 oscillators, an amplifier envelope, a filter, a delay, tempo-sync, and much more. This is a collaboration between SynthIV and Lurker Beats @beatslurker.

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Audacity releases Audacity v2.3.1 free audio software  09th March 2019

Audacity has released Audacity version 2.3.1. Audacity, is a free, open source, cross-platform audio software for multi-track recording and editing.

Audacity 2.3.1 replaces all previous versions for Windows, macOS and Linux. Support for Linux which was missing in 2.3.0 has been restored. Also Audacity for macOS is now a more modern 64-bit build.

Over 20 bugs fixed, and a few small improvements/changes to features (since 2.3.0).

That message from Apple saying: "32-bit support will be going the way of the dodo", no longer shows when you install Audacity on Mac. The new 64-bit Audacity works with 64-bit libraries. To use FFmpeg or MP3 libraries with 64-bit Audacity, you will need to download the updated 64-bit versions.

On Windows, you may find that recording is disabled until you change Windows permissions for the microphone! That's a security feature introduced by Windows. This affects all versions of Audacity, and affects many other audio programs.


- Options and preferences:
- Microfades are now an opt-in feature. They were always on in 2.3.0.
- The advanced vertical zooming option is now available in the View->Zoom menu.
- Regular interval labels now support range labels.

See: 2.3.1 New Features for longer descriptions and links on how to use the new features.

Bug Fixes:

Over 20 bugs that were in 2.3.0 fixed, including:

- A crashing bug on Linux that made Audacity 2.3.0. unsuitable for Linux.
- Crash on Mac when right clicking on label.
- Problems with Change Pitch, including not remembering parameter values.

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Voxengo updates free Overtone GEQ equalizer with AAX-64 support 07th March 2019

Voxengo has announced an update to its Overtone GEQ 7-band harmonic (overtone) graphic equalizer plugin for Windows and Mac.

Changes in Overtone GEQ v1.1.2

- Added ProTools 12+ AAX-64 support.
- Implemented color scheme editor with load and save functions.
- Redesigned the infrastructure controls.
- Added more visual scales.
- Made the user interface scale switchable without host reload.
- Reduced plugin file size considerably for faster loading.
- Added Retina support on macOS, and automatic high-resolution UI size adjustment on Windows.
- 40% lower CPU usage on AVX2-capable processors (in 64-bit mode).

Overtone GEQ supports up to 8 input/output channels, offering extensive internal channel routing capabilities, and support for mid/side channel processing.

Overtone GEQ is available as a free download from Voxengo and distributor Plugin Boutique. It supports VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats.

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Red Module releases free suite of analog tape drum samples 06th March 2019

Red Module has released limited free editions of their first series of drum samples. These free editions contain 7.5 IPS (inches per second) reel to reel tape mastered drum hits and are supplied in 24-bit 44.1 kHz WAV.

Red Module | Free BOSS DR-110

- This is the free edition of the Reel BOSS DR-110 sample pack. This pack contains 33 samples recorded at 7.5 IPS, supplied to you in 24-bit 44.1 kHz.
- The paid edition contains all 110 samples, which have been mastered at 3 tape speeds (7.5 IPS, 15 IPS and 30 IPS) and also includes the direct (pre-tape) samples, supplied in both 24-bit 192 kHz and 24-bit 44.1 kHz.
- If you like this pack and you are interested in obtaining the full set of high quality samples please consider upgrading to the paid version.

Session details:

- 3 dynamics (normal, saturation, heavy saturation) recorded at 7.5 IPS are included per drum hit.
- All hits recorded live from the real hardware directly into the reel to reel tape machine. Every variation (dynamic and tape speed) recorded from hardware to tape is distinct.
- "A" samples are recorded with "BALANCE" set to "-5" on the DR-110. "B" samples are recorded with "BALANCE" set to "+5" on the DR-110.

Featured module:

- BOSS DR-110 "Dr. Rhythm".

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