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dexed - One of the darnedest most accurate DX7 emulators I've come across, and it's freeeeeeee: https://github.com/asb2m10/dexed

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http://www.oxesoft.com/

 

I think this is a very good FM synth.
WIN 32/64
Maybe contact the dev if you want to help port it to OSX

 

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Not sure if I posted this already but worth another mention as it's getting updated all the time.

http://bsutherland.github.io/JuceOPLVSTi/

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I also just found that OPL plugin. Sounds great too. Must compare with vopm.

 

By the way, Oxe FM is now on win, mac and linux. B)

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the updated GUI on oxe is nice

 

hey, so I made a bank of 32 presets for the wonderful PG-8X softsynth. a lot of the sounds have a com truise + synthwave vibe.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/rqbmw5ztwjrirza/MGF%20Bank%201.PG8Xbank?dl=0

 

silly me, I thought it was a new synth and I thought I'd get cracking on releasing some patches for it before others did. turns out that although the GUI was recently revamped the synth has been around for about 5 years now...ah well. have a look at it now..

 

pg8x-vst-gui.jpg

 

like i said with dexed, the thing now looks as good as it sounds :cool:

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this is free, but really should not be

http://boscomac.free.fr/

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wow, these look great!!

 

EDIT: these are reaktor ensembles, just realised. hope they work with vers 5 still.

Edited by Mesh Gear Fox

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Damn, MGF, that PG-8X one looks nice. I would definitely like to try it since you mentioned it sounding as good as Dexed (which I love, the interface is actually really easy to use and understand - especially after I did more studying and practice with FM).

 

 

 

This is still listed on my local craigslist....

 

http://rochester.craigslist.org/msg/5307413564.html

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Been meaning to ask 'round here but wasn't worth a topic - The default init patch of Dexed (cycles through 6 waveforms) does the 6th waveform make a weird crunch sound as if it's corrupted, does this happen for anyone else ?

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any good free auto tune like vst?

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any good free auto tune like vst?

Meldas autopitch - comes in their freebundle

https://www.meldaproduction.com/plugins/product.php?id=MAutoPitch

 

probably not 1337 productionlevel but it does the job, and can hav nice effect on things other than vocals too

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http://web.ncf.ca/fk824/paris/Paris-Senderella.zip

Senderella, allows you to do send/receive from one instance of the plugin to another. Great for building custom delay things.

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dunno if you know, but I quite like captain credible's vst and vsti stuff. my secret weapon for simple basic but fucked up stuff.

 

http://captaincredible.com/vst%20plugins.html

 

The asplodenator is great for breaks and stuff, acts a bit like one of the new grm tool plugins (forgot the name)

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The rest is some weird fckd up stuff and simply plugs stuff like OrbzSynth, which makes nice basslines, but will always give you the extra plip.

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A few nice, free utility plugins from BOZ:

 

http://www.bozdigitallabs.com/product/panipulator/

 

http://www.bozdigitallabs.com/product/bark-of-dog/

 

http://www.bozdigitallabs.com/product/width-knob/

 

(that last one is completely redundant if you use Reaper)

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Free vintage emulations,with focus on a bit more obscure gear.Really like the Buchlas,the Cs80 and the Chroma

http://rekkerd.org/kevin-brown-releases-free-vintage-synth-emulation-vst-plugins/

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This is pretty ancient but I'd never run across it before.  VST port of the EQ from the old Ensoniq PARIS:

 

http://www.hometracked.com/2007/05/09/download-the-paris-eq-vst/

 

Supposedly it's a direct port of the EQ code from the original DSP card, so it should sound identical (not that I've ever even seen a PARIS system, much less know what the EQ sounds like, but people always seemed to love it).

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is there a buzz effect adapter that works in modern daws? i used to use it all the time in fl4-5 days but now it doesn't work and i can't find any info on and updated wrapper. i miss my dirty old buzz machines

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Alas no, and have been hoping Oskari would make one for years .... I would totally purchase a Buzz to VST wrapper to use Buzz machines in Ableton

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:cerious:

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Great thread, I would buy them all!

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http://www.kuassa.com/products/basiq/

 

Nice little 3 band EQ

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Came across a crackingly flexible freeware 32 & 64 bit Chorus VST yesterday:

 

https://acondigital.com/products/multiply/

 

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