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I haven't had a chance to actually try them since I installed them the other day, but the Tukan Studios plugins for Reaper are supposed to be good:

 

https://stash.reaper.fm/v/43504/TUKANPLUGINS.png

 

.JS only, but there's a VST wrapper for JS if you're a Windows user.

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On 4/28/2022 at 1:42 AM, iococoi said:

I like nature sounds and enhanced brain waves. I'll see if I can use it. Thanks, car company.

 

Update: It's pretty cool. Basically just a sampler with fixed samples which just loop in the background and a mono, legato oscillator that has a few waveforms.

I'm definitely going to go buy a КИ now. Thanks, КИ.

 

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free samples:

 

4ms released a firmware update for the STS sampler and w/that comes a bunch of new samples. if you go to the link and click on "manuals/firmware" tab the "samplePack 2022" is there w/other samples and that will take you to a drop box where you can download all the samples. some contributed by me but others from some more well known artists.  it's a nice selection of one hits and loops and field recordings. 

https://4mscompany.com/sts.php?c=5

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Might have been posted before but Vital.

The synth i use the most these days.

Absolute powerhouse. Superb layout and sound engine.The best VSTi currently imho.

(additional wavetable needs to be bought tho but fully usable with free version)

https://vital.audio

 

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On 6/10/2022 at 1:06 PM, thefxbip said:

Might have been posted before but Vital.

The synth i use the most these days.

Absolute powerhouse. Superb layout and sound engine.The best VSTi currently imho.

(additional wavetable needs to be bought tho but fully usable with free version)

https://vital.audio

 

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honestly, the built-in spread parameter is a touch of class. that alone makes trying it worthwhile

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stemroller enables anyone to make karaoke, vocal, and stem tracks from their favorite songs. Simply type the name of a song into the search bar - StemRoller will find the song online and split it into four stems: vocals, drums, bass, and everything else.

https://www.stemroller.com/

somehow searches trough yt for the song and then stemming it with ai.. :catbed:

 

 

 

 

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Windows 95 physical modeling synthesis, compatible with a DIY-only hardware DSP platform that is only documented in a 1996 back issue of a German computer music magazine.

 

http://www.markwhite.com/vsp/phymod.html

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On 8/10/2022 at 4:43 PM, TubularCorporation said:

Windows 95 physical modeling synthesis, compatible with a DIY-only hardware DSP platform that is only documented in a 1996 back issue of a German computer music magazine.

 

http://www.markwhite.com/vsp/phymod.html

Not obscure enough for me.

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this DDSP thing works! (free)
It's an a.i. trainable audio transmogrifier, either a synth or an effect. turn a voice into a violin for example:
https://magenta.tensorflow.org/ddsp-vst

This next dev, Uhhyou/Ryukau is doing some promising (free) xoxos-like physical modeling, esp: cymbals:
https://ryukau.github.io/VSTPlugins/

Ronan Fed is putting out some promising stuff:
listen to these kits: https://ronanfed.wordpress.com/rf-drums-2/
 

 

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