Free plugins!


#98

https://www.maat.digital/2buscontrol/

SN01/SN01-G

SN01/SN01-G is a dynamic range compression plug-in, inspired by two classic VCA buss compressors of UK and US variety. It has linked feed-forward topology, with highly variable knee, optional internal side-chain filtering and ‘push’ effect, and adjustable wet/dry ratio. The plug-in is designed to work both as musically pleasing buss glue while also being an efficient channel insert with low ASIO/CPU footprint.

Downloads --> https://mega.nz/#!hMkQiARJ!CGTpN4c26VDNNiinzMWgxmdwz5yP7KomopMhbYfrljM


#99

Aalto Solo - A monophonic version of Aalto
https://www.audiopluginsforfree.com/aalto-solo/

GranuLab - Granular synth

Hysteresis - Glitch delay

ChordSpace - MIDI device that makes composition easier
http://www.chordspace.com/ChordSpaceDownload.htm


#100

New free vocoder:

https://www.fullbucket.de/music/fbvc.html


#101

Why would plugins be free? Are they free becauz they’re second rate?


#102

Sometimes, but not always. There’s some shit out there, but there’s some good free shit out there, too.


#103

yeah, lots of great stuff out there for zero dollars. Cases in point: Melda Free bundle, Kontakt player, anything at all from Tokyo Dawn, Full Bucket stuff and the pretty cool sound collections from Spitfire audio.
Some are, however, free because they suck on toast.


#104

This one is crazy - a completely free and very flexible MPE synth. And I just read that Roger Linn even created a bank of sounds for it, optimized for the LinnStrument:
http://www.rogerlinndesign.com/surge.html
https://surge-synthesizer.github.io/


#105

A lot of them are, but sometimes great companies make freeware so that people can get an idea of what to expect from their paid plugins. Some developers also enter KVR’s developer challenge, or send stuff to Synthtopia and other production focused websites and offer free stuff as a way to get their name out there.

There’s a lot of sifting through crap if you just google ‘free plugins’ if you wanna find the good stuff, so this thread is a great resource imo.


#106

Thank you


#107

RAUM is NI’s Festive annual give away

https://www.native-instruments.com/en/


#108

Always forget to mention this one also. Library grows month by month.
Although not extensive, there’s some useful sounds and flexibility.
Spitfire Labs
https://www.spitfireaudio.com/labs/
Have fun.


#109

Acustica Audio Yearly freebie
https://www.acustica-audio.com/pages/specials/celestial
Looks nice.


#110

Arturia’s Xmas Offerring

WE HAVE A GIFT FOR YOU.

Enjoy our brand new software effect: Rev PLATE-140, a reimagining of the classic EMT®️ 140 plate reverb, for free.

We wish you all the best for 2020


#111

Xmas is coming thick and fast…
2CAudio freebie one of my favourite reverb devs. Offering vector. Nothing ground breaking but worth a look as spatial is their speciality.

https://www.2caudio.com/products/vector#_overview


#112

Thanks for good stuff


#113

Thanks for this list. Useful


#114

Via @ConfusedMuse:

[edit2: it works, don’t forget to reload your DAW & plugin ^^ ]


#115

Scansynthgl…allows you to draw in your own custom waveform and make squiggly lines in realtime…


#116

Two days to bag a freebie. This, imho, is nice and more free additions coming to this little baby.
http://www.acustica-audio.com/pages/specials/celestial

Vid

Not everyones cup of tee…free is free :slight_smile:


#117

GUYS

https://www.jthorborg.com/index.html?ipage=signalizer

I was looking for a great overall signal analyzer. I don’t like smexoscope because it isn’t synced to bpm, and I don’t like the interface/look. The Ableton’s integrated spectrum analyzer is too tiny, since my eyes aren’t what they were, and I’m on a laptop, I need big.

Signalizer was recommended to me by a friend : the thing is awesome. It’s very precise, the waveforms are really good-looking, it has a shitload of parameters, and three modes, spectrum, oscilloscope and 3D spectrum. It is also bpm-synced.

And, it can be fullscreened. I am having an absolute blast with this plugin, try it !