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Re: Free VST plugin recommendation list

Posted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:29 am
by dpaterson
Nice.

And thanks for posting those.

By the way:

Been wanting to post this for some time but couldn't remember the thread it was on. And then the thread popped up!!! LOL!!!

Anybody realise that the Sonalksis FreeG thingy "cheats" when it comes to supposed pan law??? It does NOT automatically compensate when you start panning say hard left or hard right. What is does is immediately lower the track level, if set internally, once it is placed on a track by -3dB or -6dB (depending on the internal setting). Nothing more than that.

Re: Free VST plugin recommendation list

Posted: Sat Jan 26, 2019 8:27 am
by jaxlrose
I would recommend these two resources for snagging more free VST plugins for vocals, guitar, bass, drums and synths. Hope it helps y'all.

https://blog.landr.com/best-free-vst-plugins-2016/

https://techraver.com/best-free-vst-plugins/

Some of these are pretty good and most importantly free aha.

Great Gate!!!

Posted: Sat Jan 26, 2019 6:22 pm
by bigaquarium
Evening!

I just happened upon this super sequenced gate plugin, also offers a stereo width plugin as well.

http://www.alexhilton.net/A1AUDIO/index ... riggergate

-N

Re: Free VST plugin recommendation list

Posted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:20 pm
by jlouvar
Starship Krupa wrote:I'll have many recommendations coming along, but I'll second Mark's for the Meldaproduction bundle.

My vote for the second (after Meldaproduction's) freeware plug-in bundle for a new Mixcraft (or any DAW) owner to download is the Dead Duck Free Effects Bundle. It comes with 24 excellent effects in both 32 and 64-bit versions, everything you need, really. It fills in some gaps in the Mixcraft Recording Studio bundled FX like a Gate, De-Esser, Auto Pan, Ring Modulator, and Signal Generator, and if you want to run the 64-bit version of Mixcraft, this can help reduce your need for the built-in 32-64 plug-in wrapper.

http://www.kvraudio.com/product/dead-duck-free-effects-bundle-by-dead-duck-software/details


Hmm, I downloaded the zip files, but I can't find the installer?

EDIT: Never Mind... I figured it out (dragged & dropped). :D

Re: Free VST plugin recommendation list

Posted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:48 pm
by jlouvar
This free Loudness Meter is a handy tool, and it seems most classic rock albums are about -18.5.
https://youlean.co/youlean-loudness-meter/