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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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VK-1 Viking Synthesizer now available as donationware VST plugin  15th December 2017

Blamsoft has released the VK-1 Viking Synthesizer as a VST plugin for Windows and Mac. Previously available as a Rack Extension for Reason, VK-1 offers an authentic emulation of a classic monophonic analog synthesizer.

VK-1 Viking Synthesizer is an authentic emulation of a classic monophonic analog synthesizer. It has three continuously variable wave oscillators, two ladder filters with a Dual Lowpass or Highpass/Lowpass configuration, a multi-wave LFO, and two modulation busses. VK-1 uses state of the art DSP technology to accurately reproduce the sound of the hardware.

VK-1 comes with 228 presets in the categories Bass, Bright Lead, Electro Bass, FX, Percussive Lead, Soft Lead, and Synthwave. The 50 Electro Bass and 50 Synthwave presets were created by experienced sound designer eXode. The synth excels at thick bass and rich lead sounds.

Pay What You Want

VK-1 is available as a download with no hassles. There is no dongle, online account, or license key. You are requested to make a payment using Paypal. Keep in mind that software development takes a lot of time and resources.

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Full Bucket Music ports Ragnarök to Mac OS X free    15th December 2017

Full Bucket Music has announced that Ragnarök is now available on both Windows and Mac OS.

Ragnarök is a software instrument simulating a custom-built one-of-a-kind analog synthesizer from 1980. It is written in native C++ code and designed for high performance and low CPU consumption.

Ragnarök is free.

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MZA releases Exploder v1.0.0 free virtual amplifier for PC 14th December 2017

MZA has released Exploder v1.0.0, free 32 bit virtual amplifier plugin for Windows.

- Exploder is a high gain virtual amplifier
- 32-bit Windows VST plugin
- user manual coming soon

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beatassist releases ToyKeyZ free MIDI Keyboard Controller  14th December 2017

beatassist has released ToyKeyZ, free standalone software that plays 122 instruments from your MIDI Keyboard Controller.

If you want to play an instrument, like a piano, organoide, guitar, etc. from your MIDI hardware Keyboard...this will do the trick.

ToyKeyZ its a standalone software.

Download ToyKeyZ for Windows 32-bits!

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Free max for live pitched delay effect             14th December 2017

Art Frequencies has released Micro Chaos Delay, a tiny high quality pitch shifter and delay with the audio treatment working independently on both stereo channels.

Micro Chaos Delay is a tiny high quality pitch shifter and delay with the audio treatment working independently on both stereo channels.

In short: Micro Chaos Delay is tiny, funny and forever free.

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Flintpope releases Formed free rompler instrument VST/AU 13th December 2017

Flintpope has released Formed, a free rompler instrument featuring sounds created with Native Instruments Form.

Flintpope used this radical Reaktor-based synth to create twelve unusual pad sounds that are long, evolving and occasionally surprising. If you like adding sounds to your tracks that are off the usual spectrum you may like these. Or you may just hate them.

Flintpope offers the FORMED plugin as “pay whatever price you want including free” so why not take a risk on something that maybe outside your comfort zone?

You will probably love it!

Use multiple instances of the FORMED VST/AU for interesting textures in your music. Hold down the sounds to find out what’s going on later. They are not always what they see.

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Red room releases snaps claps slaps stomps & shouts free instrument for Kontakt  13th December 2017

Red Room Audio has released Snaps Claps Slaps Stomps & Shouts, free instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt.

“Snaps Claps Slaps Stomps & Shouts” is a vocal and body FX virtual instrument for the full version of Kontakt. We sampled a 24-piece mixed choir performing exactly what the title suggests – various snaps, claps, chest and knee slaps, stomps and 12 shouted words, all at 1 dynamic (loud) and up to 12 round robin. For the shouts we recorded the men and women separately, but of course you can layer them if you like.

The performers were recorded in a semi-circle with 3 microphone perspectives – close, decca tree and hall. The room is spacious but fairly dry, with only a 1.2 second tail, which allows for easy blending with other libraries using your favorite reverbs, so you’re not limited to the sound of one particular hall. The GUI features several sample tweaking and manipulation controls including volume, pan, pitch, attack, release, layering, convolution reverb and 5 keyswitched FX..

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