Old 10-15-2019, 10:11 PM   #2161
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I don't think you should. QRange is a linear phase EQ, so it works and sounds differently from a "normal" EQ.
You can switch QRange to non linear phase

TDR Nova doesn't do mid/side afaik, and it is not that light on CPU either. The Melda stuff I stay away from as I don't want to install a whole bunch of stuff to get one particular plugin. EDIT: I see you can now select what to install. Will check that stuff out.

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I'll throw out A1TriggerGate as a recommendation for a gate (more for electronic music)
Yep, use it myself (also A1 Stereo Control) so will definitely go into the list update.
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Old 10-15-2019, 10:35 PM   #2162
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You can switch QRange to non linear phase

TDR Nova doesn't do mid/side afaik, and it is not that light on CPU either. The Melda stuff I stay away from as I don't want to install a whole bunch of stuff to get one particular plugin. EDIT: I see you can now select what to install. Will check that stuff out.



Yep, use it myself (also A1 Stereo Control) so will definitely go into the list update.
In TDR plugins the Mid is called "Sum", and the Sides are called "Diff".
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Old 10-16-2019, 01:52 AM   #2163
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In TDR plugins the Mid is called "Sum", and the Sides are called "Diff".
Ah, that's why I didn't find it; this setting is for the whole EQ while I was looking at the bands. In QRange you can set individual bands to stereo/mid/side/left/right (ReEQ does this as well)

I do use TDR Nova, but specifically for its dynamic EQ capabilities.

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try Melda MEqualizer ...
So I did. Turns out that my gut feeling (to stay away from these plugins) was correct; Downloaded a much to large installer to get an EQ that has an incredible small GUI that you can resize (if you find it) but won't save that size, as that is a 'premium feature' in the payed version. Besides that, they couldn't make that bright red message on the GUI any more hideous, now could they. Nice as a demo to see what it does but I can't see myself using this free version as a real alternative to other available stuff.

So I won't recommend the Melda stuff as 'freeware alternatives'. If you drop the 49 euros to get the marketing stuff out of the way it seems quite a nice bargain, but that is not what this thread is about.
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Old 10-25-2019, 07:49 AM   #2164
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Just uploaded my new track, made with mainly freeware instruments and FX. If you like to comment on the track, please do so in the dedicated thread

https://forum.cockos.com/showthread....46#post2196046
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Old 10-28-2019, 10:48 AM   #2165
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Hi Folks! I'm sorry I didn't find this post a few years ago. It is wonderful.

I need your help!!!!
Does anyone have the installer of the Nebula 3 Free Bundle for windows? Could you share with me?
My computer disk broken and I lost the installer. I have searched a lot on the internet and I can not found the installer.
Many of my projects use this excellent plugin. I know that is and obsolete version, but is very usefull for me.

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Old 10-29-2019, 01:19 AM   #2166
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Hi Folks! I'm sorry I didn't find this post a few years ago. It is wonderful.

I need your help!!!!
Does anyone have the installer of the Nebula 3 Free Bundle for windows? Could you share with me?
My computer disk broken and I lost the installer. I have searched a lot on the internet and I can not found the installer.
Many of my projects use this excellent plugin. I know that is and obsolete version, but is very usefull for me.

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You may want to get yourself the free N4 Version - way better performance
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Old 10-29-2019, 10:06 AM   #2167
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You may want to get yourself the free N4 Version - way better performance
Hi! I install the N4, but the library is smaller and not mach my old reaper projects. I really apreciate is someone can send me the old Nebula 3 Free.

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Hi! I install the N4, but the library is smaller and not mach my old reaper projects. I really apreciate is someone can send me the old Nebula 3 Free.

Thanks in advance!!!!
I see. mmhh.. Isn't there a website called something like *archive* where you can find old stuff?

Or... have you already sent an email to acustica-audio? Maybe they can help.
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I see. mmhh.. Isn't there a website called something like *archive* where you can find old stuff?

Or... have you already sent an email to acustica-audio? Maybe they can help.
Hi! Thanks for your comments.
I will try to request the installer to Acustica Audio.
Thanks for your advice!!!
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Old 11-24-2019, 08:56 AM   #2170
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Have been searching for quite awhile for a free 64bit drawbar organ and it seems basically nobody ever made something like that.

However, Rumpelrausch's AZR-3 was made open source quite a while ago and someone apparently did a (working) 64 bit compile of it.

https://blog.wavosaur.com/tag/b3/

Quite a nice organ too, as it has two manuals AND bass pedals, and build-in valve amp and rotary speaker emulation.

Also added to the master list of course
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Old 02-28-2020, 02:57 PM   #2171
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Ripchord (now in v2.1) is a freebie similar to Cthulhu. It doesn't do arpeggios, but otherwise, it's chord capabilities are better than Cthulhu in that it's easier to edit chords, it can play back more than one chord at a time, it has velocity randomization, and you have an option to strum the chords (forward, reverse, randomized).

This is a very useful freebie if you are not good at playing keys, but want to create some chord progressions that you can play with just 1 or 2 fingers.

Of course, it can be as complicated as you wish to make it - for example, a single key press could play a chord that a person would never be able to play.

https://trackbout.com/ripchord
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Ripchord (now in v2.1) is a freebie similar to Cthulhu. It doesn't do arpeggios, but otherwise, it's chord capabilities are better than Cthulhu in that it's easier to edit chords, it can play back more than one chord at a time, it has velocity randomization, and you have an option to strum the chords (forward, reverse, randomized).

This is a very useful freebie if you are not good at playing keys, but want to create some chord progressions that you can play with just 1 or 2 fingers.

Of course, it can be as complicated as you wish to make it - for example, a single key press could play a chord that a person would never be able to play.

https://trackbout.com/ripchord
I'm always looking for one finger action, thank you!
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Ripchord (now in v2.1) is a freebie similar to Cthulhu. It doesn't do arpeggios, but otherwise, it's chord capabilities are better than Cthulhu in that it's easier to edit chords, it can play back more than one chord at a time, it has velocity randomization, and you have an option to strum the chords (forward, reverse, randomized).

This is a very useful freebie if you are not good at playing keys, but want to create some chord progressions that you can play with just 1 or 2 fingers.

Of course, it can be as complicated as you wish to make it - for example, a single key press could play a chord that a person would never be able to play.

https://trackbout.com/ripchord
Hey, thanks for pointing this out! What a cracking piece of kit - love messing around with this kind of thing.

While I was watching the videos for Ripchord, I stumbled across the following tutorial for another free MIDI plug that I'd never heard of:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYkDhC7ZGw0

If you like Ripchord, Harvest Mini can generate some nice melodies to go along with those epic chords!

https://harvestplugin.com/free/
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Old 03-16-2020, 06:16 AM   #2174
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Here's a nice freebie - an orchestral VST that features strings, brass, woodwinds, and a full orchestra.

What's unusual is that each instrument type plays a full chord - there are no single notes. Each instrument has various articulations - staccato, sustains, major, minor, etc. To play an E minor chord - set the articulation to minor and press an E key. You have lots of control over the articulations via keyswitches, so, for instance, you can play BmSus4 to EmStaccato

So you won't be using this in a standard way. What makes it useful is that it sounds superb. It's certainly worth checking out if you like orchestral sounds.

https://www.orchestraltools.com/store/collections/45
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Old 03-16-2020, 02:50 PM   #2175
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This sounds fantastic, thanks for the heads up!
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Someone upped mVerb to 64bit, guess everyone eyeballs KVR anyway but, yeah.
https://www.kvraudio.com/product/mverb2020-by-socalabs
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Thanks¬ I always liked Martin Eastwoods reverb. Will enjoy trying this version out.
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Old 04-06-2020, 08:25 AM   #2178
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So I've downloaded the guide and have tried to find sections that help "Linux users", and haven't found anything really...

I run a Linux mint OS, and would really like to not have to resort to having to reinstall proprietary OS software such as Windows or Apple products. Any guides would be very helpful. Thanks.
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Old 04-06-2020, 09:39 AM   #2179
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Interesting tremolo hot off the press...

https://www.musicalentropy.com/TheGreatEscape.html
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Old 04-07-2020, 04:02 AM   #2180
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Here's a nice freebie - an orchestral VST that features strings, brass, woodwinds, and a full orchestra.

What's unusual is that each instrument type plays a full chord - there are no single notes. Each instrument has various articulations - staccato, sustains, major, minor, etc. To play an E minor chord - set the articulation to minor and press an E key. You have lots of control over the articulations via keyswitches, so, for instance, you can play BmSus4 to EmStaccato

So you won't be using this in a standard way. What makes it useful is that it sounds superb. It's certainly worth checking out if you like orchestral sounds.

https://www.orchestraltools.com/store/collections/45
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Here's a nice freebie - an orchestral VST that features strings, brass, woodwinds, and a full orchestra.

What's unusual is that each instrument type plays a full chord - there are no single notes. Each instrument has various articulations - staccato, sustains, major, minor, etc. To play an E minor chord - set the articulation to minor and press an E key. You have lots of control over the articulations via keyswitches, so, for instance, you can play BmSus4 to EmStaccato

So you won't be using this in a standard way. What makes it useful is that it sounds superb. It's certainly worth checking out if you like orchestral sounds.

https://www.orchestraltools.com/store/collections/45
How do I open in Reaper?
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How do I open in Reaper?
Did you download the SINE player - it should have been bundled in the download. So you tell Reaper to open the SINE player which will then give you access to the different instruments.

The SINE player is supposed to let you load up more than one instrument but it would never work for me, so I just loaded up a SINE player for each instrument I wanted to use. SINE seems to have low overhead so I was able to get all their instruments working simultaneously with no problem.
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Old 04-08-2020, 05:27 PM   #2183
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I got it figured out. Couldn't find the sine dll. Ended in left field somewhere and had to put in VST plugins. All good now
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Old 04-09-2020, 10:58 PM   #2184
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Does this thread get a gold watch for going 10 years?
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Old 04-10-2020, 12:53 PM   #2185
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Haven't had a chance to play with it yet but it's free.

FREE VINTAGE B3 ORGAN FOR HOMEBOUND MUSIC MAKERS
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Here's a free acoustic drum kit. It uses DrumGizmo VSTi, which is also free.
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Old 04-11-2020, 05:25 PM   #2187
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Good up to date list on KVR.

https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewt...p?f=1&t=475829
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Old 04-12-2020, 11:43 AM   #2188
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Haven't had a chance to play with it yet but it's free.

FREE VINTAGE B3 ORGAN FOR HOMEBOUND MUSIC MAKERS
Free?! OMG it's fabulous!!!

(thank you for posting it and big thank you to it's creators!)
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Old 04-12-2020, 09:57 PM   #2189
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Dead Duck Software:

Deducktion Synthesizer
32 note-polyphonic synthesizer based upon a classic subtractive design

Free Instruments Bundle
included instruments:
DJX10: A dual-oscillator, subtractive synthesizer with up to 32-voices.
DDX10: A single-operator, FM synthesizer with up to 32-voices.
DPiano-A: A digital 'acoustic' piano.
DPiano-E: A digital 'electric' piano.

Free Effects Bundle
included effects:
AutoFilter: A resonant 4-pole low-pass filter with a built-in LFO modulator.
AutoPan: An auto-panning modulation effect with optional tempo-sync and width control.
BitCrusher: A bit-crusher effect for lo-fi distortion.
Channel: A multi-function channel-strip plugin featuring gate, compressor, equaliser, limiter, filters and gain controls with comprehensive input, output and gain-reduction metering.
Chorus: A stereo chorus effect with optional tempo-sync.
Compressor: A peak compressor with optional external side-chain input.
DeEsser: A de-esser for reducing sibilance and other unwanted high-frequency sounds.
Delay: A stereo delay featuring independent left and right channels with optional stereo linking and tempo-sync.
DJEQ: A three-band 'DJ-style' equaliser.
DualFilter: A high-pass and low-pass filter combination with full-range cutoff frequencies and resonance.
Equaliser: A four-band parametric equaliser with switchable low- and high-shelf bands.
Expander: A downward expander with optional external side-chain input.
Filter: A multi-mode filter including low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and band-stop responses from 12 to 48 dB/octave.
Flanger: A stereo flanger with optional tempo-sync.
Gate: A noise-gate with optional external side-chain input.
Limiter: A 'soft' limiter with optional hard-clipper.
MonoDelay: A mono-delay with optional 'ping-pong' stereo output and tempo-sync.
Overdrive: An overdrive distortion effect.
Phaser: A stereo, multi-stage phaser with optional tempo-sync.
Reverb: An efficient algorithmic reverb with pre-delay and input filtering.
RingMod: A ring-modulation effect.
SigGen: A signal-generator with sine, pink noise and white noise outputs.
TiltEQ: A tilt-equaliser for adjusting high/low frequency balance.
Tremolo: A volume-modulation effect with optional tempo-sync.
Utility: A multi-function mixing utility.


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Dead Duck Software:

Deducktion Synthesizer
32 note-polyphonic synthesizer based upon a classic subtractive design

Free Instruments Bundle
included instruments:
DJX10: A dual-oscillator, subtractive synthesizer with up to 32-voices.
DDX10: A single-operator, FM synthesizer with up to 32-voices.
DPiano-A: A digital 'acoustic' piano.
DPiano-E: A digital 'electric' piano.

Free Effects Bundle
included effects:
AutoFilter: A resonant 4-pole low-pass filter with a built-in LFO modulator.
AutoPan: An auto-panning modulation effect with optional tempo-sync and width control.
BitCrusher: A bit-crusher effect for lo-fi distortion.
Channel: A multi-function channel-strip plugin featuring gate, compressor, equaliser, limiter, filters and gain controls with comprehensive input, output and gain-reduction metering.
Chorus: A stereo chorus effect with optional tempo-sync.
Compressor: A peak compressor with optional external side-chain input.
DeEsser: A de-esser for reducing sibilance and other unwanted high-frequency sounds.
Delay: A stereo delay featuring independent left and right channels with optional stereo linking and tempo-sync.
DJEQ: A three-band 'DJ-style' equaliser.
DualFilter: A high-pass and low-pass filter combination with full-range cutoff frequencies and resonance.
Equaliser: A four-band parametric equaliser with switchable low- and high-shelf bands.
Expander: A downward expander with optional external side-chain input.
Filter: A multi-mode filter including low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and band-stop responses from 12 to 48 dB/octave.
Flanger: A stereo flanger with optional tempo-sync.
Gate: A noise-gate with optional external side-chain input.
Limiter: A 'soft' limiter with optional hard-clipper.
MonoDelay: A mono-delay with optional 'ping-pong' stereo output and tempo-sync.
Overdrive: An overdrive distortion effect.
Phaser: A stereo, multi-stage phaser with optional tempo-sync.
Reverb: An efficient algorithmic reverb with pre-delay and input filtering.
RingMod: A ring-modulation effect.
SigGen: A signal-generator with sine, pink noise and white noise outputs.
TiltEQ: A tilt-equaliser for adjusting high/low frequency balance.
Tremolo: A volume-modulation effect with optional tempo-sync.
Utility: A multi-function mixing utility.


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Was hoping these might be Linux compatible, but sadly just Windows. They look good!
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Anybody know of any Mac-compatible plugin similar to Waves NX?
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