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Shit fucking iLok... Well I just installed it and shit but Live didn't even recognized the VST so fuck it

Have you tried running Ableton in administrator mode - I've got a whole bunch of VST/i s that 'magically' reappeared when I did that.

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Shit fucking iLok... Well I just installed it and shit but Live didn't even recognized the VST so fuck it

Have you tried running Ableton in administrator mode - I've got a whole bunch of VST/i s that 'magically' reappeared when I did that.

 

 

I decide to give up. I still don't trust iLok...

 

A question... Well 2:

 

Is there a plugin that can pan different frequencies like individually?

Is there a plugin to achieve the same effect as Tim Hecker's piano, glitchy, grainy sounds?

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yo

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I think both could be done using just Ableton's native effects -

 

1. Route the audio to multiple tracks, each with a narrow parametric EQ on it covering the frequencies you want panned in a certain way

2. You can get some way with using the granular delay. If you have the suite (and thus Max 4 Live) you can use the free Granulator plugin - https://www.ableton.com/en/packs/granulator/

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Cool

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thanks bro, I'll try it...

 

But is there something like that but VST, like for FL Studio? Btw don't think I'm asking because I can't search myself, but I just want opinions.

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Again, sorry about my question... but I'm looking for a vst like a granulizer but with the capability of moving through the whole sample, not staying in the same place... Again, like Tim Hecker's piano stuff (grainy, glitchy) I love that effect.

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Again, sorry about my question... but I'm looking for a vst like a granulizer but with the capability of moving through the whole sample, not staying in the same place... Again, like Tim Hecker's piano stuff (grainy, glitchy) I love that effect.

 

Reaktor does that stuff really well, and you can use it as a vst

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oh and for free check out KTGranulator, it's an effect only but it's nice! still use that from time to time... maybe also try out Charsiesis.

 

http://koen.smartelectronix.com/KTGranulator/

http://bicycle-for-slugs.org/

 

You're using Ableton right ? If so there's the free Granulator II by monolake -

 

 

http://roberthenke.com/technology/granulator.html

 

thanks dudes. Yes I'm looking for free stuff, since I don't have the moneys and also I don't have max4live. I'll download them. Also I found some Pure Data patches like that! really tight!

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You could try Fruity Granulizer, it's built into FL.

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MIDIMapperX is a VST plugin that allows you to map any MIDI Note On/Off or CC event to an arbitrary sequence of bytes. This allows you to send SysEx, MIDI Machine Control, or other custom message to any custom or non-standard MIDI device in your arsenal, from any DAW.

 

 

http://www.schemafactor.com/#/midimapperx/4569646310

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anyone knows about some "broken" sounding synths? or fx

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oh, thanks! I love delamancha stuff... It might work, yeah, but I was looking for something like this:

 

http://www.shuttlebugrecords.com/Pages/shuttleplugs.htm

 

The first one... The sample sounds cool, but I would like to find something in 64bit version :(

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not free, but is this sort of in the right territory?

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not free, but is this sort of in the right territory?

 

Permut8 is awesome! Splashed the cash on it when they added a bunch of new 'firmwares' for it that are amazing:

 

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heres a fun little free plugin from soundtoys called Little AltaerBoy (offer ends this month) .. autotuner, pitch/formantshifter, harmonizer (dry/wet) and a tubesat knob (one of the decapitator algorithms) .. not a lot of tweaking, quick n dirty funz

 

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https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2015/&rc=346-4258-334

 

this is my referral-link, if u use this i can win free soundtoys plugins for life..

u only need a soundtoys and ilok acc, and the vst needs/installs ilok manager in order for it to work - no dongles

 

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anyone got any links to good recent pluggo plugins that are compatible with just the pluggo run time environment?

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Aren't 'recent' pluggo devices (given it was discontinued nearly 10 years ago) now Max for Live devices ?

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don't think i posted these itt but i made a few vsts

 

babyblue multi-mode distortion

http://www.kvraudio.com/product/mgf-babyblue-by-mgf-audio

 

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MGF triple tap delay

http://www.kvraudio.com/product/mgf-triple-tap-by-mgf-audio

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both are windows 32 bit vsts as they were made using code components of an old version of synthmaker. i'm working on doing some stuff out of JUCE to make future stuff more compatible for modern systems.

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well, fuck it i don't know. just found a few that i like and they don't look old. haven't used pluggo since about 2007 so i'm a bit out of the loop.

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