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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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bigcat instruments releases flame studios guitars for Kontakt 05th February 2016

bigcat instruments has released flame studios guitars, free NI instrument for Kontakt.

These are fairly simple versions of the Flame Studios guitars. The main instrument in each has three velocity layers with every note sampled. The mild version drops the most aggressive sample layer. Finally there is a mute layer.

The Mickaël Ménager scripting & GUI work really well here as you can add some cool effects and amps right from the instrument.

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abitdeeper releases Drumtraks free                           04th February 2015

abitdeeper has released Drumtraks, a free collection of vintage drum machine samples.

Contents : 199 WAV Samples from the following Drum Machines (sampled with the Akai S950 for added 12bit crunch)

- Casio RZ-1
- Emu Drumulator
- Korg DDD1
- Linn 9000
- Linn LM1
- Linndrum
- Oberheim DX
- Sequencial Circuits Drumtraks
- Yamaha RX5
- Yamaha RX11
- Yamaha RX21

The Drumtraks pack is a free download.

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Noizefield releases NoizeDelay free VST delay plugin     03rd February 2015

Noizefield has released NoizeDelay, a free VST delay effect plugin for Windows.

With NoizeDelay you can program four different delays at the same time.

NoizeDelay is the creativity weapon for your music production and has been developed by CPS. Now you don’t need to stuck in a rut anymore. Be creative and use it for different effect purposes, like a dub-delay, an experimental modulation-delay, a ping-pong-delay, filter- or glitch-delay.

NoizeDelay is a 32-Bit VST-plug-in only available for PC/Windows systems.

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Black Octopus Sound releases Bingoshakerz                   03rd February 2015

Black Octopus Sound has released Bingoshakerz, free sample packs mostly geared towards House, Tech House, & EDM.

To kick off the launch of the Bingoshakerz sample packs on our site, Bingoshakerz have put together a huge 800+MB free sampler pack for download. The samples are mostly geared towards House, Tech House, & EDM. Please note most of the samples are also loops (full packs contain one shots as well).

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Izotope re-release their classic freebie Vinyl                  02nd February 2015

Izotope re-release their classic freebie Vinyl.

"The return of the ultimate lo-fi weapon Back just in time for its 15th anniversary, Vinyl is a plug-in that lets you simulate the dust, scratches, and warp of a worn record and the electrical and mechanical noise of the turntable it’s on. Give fresh recordings and instrument tracks the dirty, dusty feel of an earlier decade. Apply Vinyl to any source audio to make it sound as if it’s being played from a record and dial in exactly the right character to suit your tune. Plus, it’s now updated to 64-bit!"

iZotope Vinyl is the ultimate lo-fi weapon, it uses 64 bit processing and advanced filtering, modeling and resampling to create authentic "vinyl" simulation, as if the audio was a record being played on a record player.

Get the new version of Vinyl now, for free.

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Benoit Serrano releases free Orpheus v2 for Windows   02nd February 2015

Benoit Serrano has released Orpheus v2. This new release adds many new features.

- 2 Ensembles.
- 128 voices polyphonic.
- Unison.
- Drifting effect.
- Auto Bend.
- Mono mode with portamento.
- Vibrato.
- Formants.
- 3 bands resonators.
- Chorus.
- Delay.
- Phaser.
- Reverb.
- Auto-Pan.
- Tremolo.
- Mod Matrix.
- Embedded patch management.

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Devil Soundz releases Devil Bass Module v2.5 free VST synth 01st February 2016

Devil Soundz has released Devil Bass Module 2.5, a free VST instrument plugin for Windows for creating deep to high smooth and vibrant basses.


- Two oscillators. Oscillator one has four waveforms and oscillator two has fourteen waveforms.
- One drawable envelope for the amp.
- One filter with selectable filter freq and a cutoff knob for adjusting the cutoff.
- One vibes selector which can be set at 1/1, 1/4, and 1/8 speeds.
- One two band equalizer for adjusting low and high volumes and a pressure knob for adding more low end.
- One LFO with speed and depth knobs. LFO also has a drawable envelope.
- One tone knob for adjusting the overall tone.
- One master volume knob.
- One phat knob for adding phatness to the bass.
- One kick knob for adding extra punch to the attack of the bass.
- One velocity knob for adjusting the velocity.
- One distort knob for adding distortion.
- Able to save and load presets.

Devil Bass Module is great for adding vibrant deep, mid, or high basses to your tracks. Bass tracks made with Devil Bass Module are rich sounding and smooth feeling. Devil Bass Module uses very little resources and can make a plethora of sounds. So download Devil Bass Module today to check it out.

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