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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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Voxengo updates SPAN free audio spectrum analyzer to v3.2 19th February 2019

Voxengo has announced an update to the SPAN free real-time “fast Fourier transform” audio spectrum analyzer plugin for Windows and Mac.

SPAN provides you with a very flexible “mode” system which you can use to setup your spectrum analyzer preferences. You may specify Fourier block size in samples, FFT window overlap percentage, spectrum’s visual slope. Beside that you can choose to display secondary spectrum of a desired type (e.g. real-time maximum, all-time maximum). Spectrum can be smoothed out visually for an easier examination.

SPAN also features output level metering with adjustable ballistics and integration time, K-system metering (including calibration K-system metering). SPAN displays level metering statistics, headroom estimation and clipping detection. Correlation metering is available as well.

Changes in SPAN v3.2

- Fixed issue with “Spectrum Offset” display modes.
- Fixed display “notching” of high-resolution spectrum.
- Added Retina support on macOS, and automatic high-resolution UI size adjustment on Windows.
- Added “anti-aliasing” spectrum display mode.

The plugin is a free download (VST/VST3/AU/AAX) from the Voxengo website and distributor Plugin Boutique.

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ocenaudio releases free audio editor ocenaudio v3.6.0 19th February 2019

ocenaudio has released ocenaudio v3.6.0, free audio editor for Windows, Mac and Linux.

- Dark mode support (on macOS Mojave)
- Address playback disabled issue
- Fix freeze during quiting
- Mixor fixes

ocenaudio is a cross-platform, easy to use, fast and functional audio editor. It is the ideal software for people who need to edit and analyze audio files without complications. ocenaudio also has powerful features that will please more advanced users.

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BlueLab | Audio Plugins updates the Waves free plug-in   13th February 2019

BlueLab | Audio Plugins has updated Waves, a free plug-in to display the sound in 3D, to v5.4.1.

Waves is a plug-in that simply displays the sound in 3D. Several display modes are available, as well as parameters to adjust the display. The view can be easily manipulated using the mouse or the trackpad.

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beijaflor releases TAS-X free stereo tremolo and slicer plug-in   13th February 2019

beijaflor has released TAS-X, a simple cross-platform free stereo tremolo and slicer plug-in with multiple waveforms.

TAS-X is a simple cross-platform free stereo tremolo and slicer plug-in with multiple waveforms and wave shaping.

It's available for macOS and Windows in AU, VST, VST3 and stand-alone formats.

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Entropia free thermodynamic microstate sequencer for free VCV modular synth  12th February 2019

Pyer and Marc Boulé has released a new Geodesics series module for the free VCV virtual modular synth. Entropia is a free thermodynamic microstate sequencer.

This module can be a melodic sequencer, a controllable random source, a sequenced series of VCAs, and every possible mix of each. The 8-step sequencer has two values per step and a probability to select one of the two values.

The resulting sequence is achieved by switching or adding the two values. Both values can be a sequence of voltages, a range controlled random source, or an external source.

Available for free in the GEODESCIS collection, for VCV Rack, by Pyer and Marc Boulé.

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286 free bespoke breaks samples by SampleRadar   08th February 2019

Download 286 free bespoke breaks samples by released by SampleRadar.

Nothing livens up a sterile electronic drum beat like a break, whether it's stomping all over your mix or stuttering away quietly in the background.

It just so happens that we've got loads of them for you to download, all ready for you to drop into your projects and tweak to taste.

What you need to know

The bespoke breaks samples are divided into four tempo-labelled folders.

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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Mike Moreno releases EP-MK1 free open-source electric piano VST  08th February 2019

Mike Moreno has released EP-MK1, free open-source electric piano VST for Linux, Windows and macOS.

EP-MK1 is a real-time physical model of an Electric Piano.

By Mike Moreno 2019.

OS Compatibility: Linux, Windows and macOS

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