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http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/syntronik/index.php?pp=syntronik-versions

 

Excited to try this out... $299 for the full version but there's a free version with no limit (to my knowledge) that includes:

 

 

  • 50 instrument presets

 

 

You might have checked this out already but the 50 instrument presets is the limit of this free version. "No problem", you might say, "I'll just make my own presets" - However Syntronik is more of a mega sample library than a synth: aside from changing the ADSR and the cutoff/resonance you can't really make any other sounds than what comes with the presets.
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http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/syntronik/index.php?pp=syntronik-versions

 

Excited to try this out... $299 for the full version but there's a free version with no limit (to my knowledge) that includes:

 

 

  • 50 instrument presets
You might have checked this out already but the 50 instrument presets is the limit of this free version. "No problem", you might say, "I'll just make my own presets" - However Syntronik is more of a mega sample library than a synth: aside from changing the ADSR and the cutoff/resonance you can't really make any other sounds than what comes with the presets.

Yeah I already played with it for a day, said "Huh," and deleted it

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^that's fing awesome !

legowelt has shared a long forgotten softsynth he made http://www.legowelt.org/
fun little beast to tame , everything you'd expect from a legowelt synth !
2004 homemade vst , so expect the knobs to never quite sit where u want them to ;P

DL LINK
http://www.pacificmicro.org/AMAZONIA5synthesizer.zip

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(pushing too much notes to the thing will crash it pretty easily .. inside renoise atleast)

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VST plug-in for authentic Atari ST chipsounds 

Emulates the built in YM2149 sound chip with a decent plugin user-interface on your PC

http://www.preromanbritain.com/ymvst/

 

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1000 free licenses per day this week for Overloud EQ550 (Based on API's 550 EQ hardware unit). Free license link halfway down this page, will be $139 after March 18th: https://overloud.com/products/eq550

 

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Just nabbed one myself, doesn't appear to be any catch, just register and you'll get a serial key for it !

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1000 free licenses per day this week for Overloud EQ550 (Based on API's 550 EQ hardware unit). Free license link halfway down this page, will be $139 after March 18th: https://overloud.com/products/eq550

 

packvue_EQ550_0.png

 

Just nabbed one myself, doesn't appear to be any catch, just register and you'll get a serial key for it !

thanks just downloaded mine, up and working!

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I was looking for something else and stumbled on this interesting looking free compressor:

 

http://weldroid.net/album/curvoisier-vst

 

 

Courvoisier is a single-band universal dynamics processor with adaptive attack and release algorithms optimized for complex program material (mixes and submixes). Courvoisier uses free-form curves drawn over the histogram of incoming audio material (as opposed to traditional ratio and threshold parameters) to determine the transfer function of the processing.

 

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https://nuspaceaudio.com/2017/02/07/riviera-fast-hybrid-reverb-plugin-for-modeling-high-dimensional-spaces/

 

 

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Riviera is a hybrid algorithmic-convolution reverb plugin for modeling specular acoustic reflections in N-dimensional orthotopes. e.g. string, plate, room, tesseract, and up (vooms or volume+room for short). Normally, direct computation in these spaces is expensive but some clever maths [see tutorial (parts 1, 2, 3, 4)] reduced the asymptotic costs to the point of practical use (e.g. a Reverb plugin). Parameterizing these spaces and then combining them with some fast time-varying frequency dampening resulted in some interesting sounding impulse responses (IRs).

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Sundevstudio Voice Of Snow

 

I've had this installed for ages and never actually tired it before today.

 

Turns out it's really useful on individual tracks.  Manages to make things sound much brighter and yet less harsh at the same time, which is not an easy task.

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