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Post by DaleSmith »

Togu audio line have some great free AU/VST plugins.. The Dub Deley is ace...

http://kunz.corrupt.ch/?Products

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Post by Stonehousestudio »

Line 6 are giving away Pod Farm for free until 30th September if you have an iLok or other Line 6 hardware.

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DaleSmith wrote:Togu audio line have some great free AU/VST plugins.. The Dub Deley is ace...

http://kunz.corrupt.ch/?Products

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Thanks for this link: the delay is excellent and I'm really enjoying the Juno. Not checked the others yet...
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Thanks for the Kunz links - will give these a try!
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Post by Dr_Jezz »

Got through the whole post amazed not to have seen anything about TOGU.... until the three posts above!

First used the SH101 clone and it took me back to my school days (and to my ears it has a genuine 'sound' that my other synths don't seem to have) and then the Juno 60 clone and nearly exploded with pleasure. These are genuine quality instruments although in my AU to VST wrapper, there are some minor visual annoyances. The vocoder is brilliant too... in fact, no-one here should be without any of their stuff is my 2p :)

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I thought the same thing.. they are very good plugins, and considering the fact that they're free, should be downloaded by everyone....
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Post by Stevie4Music »

What a find!!!!! These plugs are astonishingly high quality.

And the 101 clone - it brings back memories for me to. SH101 was my first synth as 16: the fundamentals of synthesis I learnt on that exquisite machine have stood me in great stead over the years. I can't think of a better synth to learn on.

I remember dreaming of having a whole orchestra of SH101's - and now I can do it: I've just loaded up 16 instances into logic and am having a ball!!!

Back in 1989, I eventually ended up with two, and used to run them with a TR606 and a Seq. Circuits Pro One. What a meaty set up that was... At gigs I would program the 101 sequencer on stage between each song..... I was very proud of that feat!

This whole suit is the best set of free plugs I have come across by a mile.

Thanks for the heads-up: you've made me a very happy bunny and given a much needed injection of inspiration to my workflow...

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Post by jayzed »

QUOTE: Line 6 are giving away Pod Farm for free until 30th September if you have an iLok or other Line 6 hardware.

And the buggers had the cheek to send me the email offering this, after I'd paid the $US for the very same thing!
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Post by Andrew Hutchinson »

It's been mentioned on these fora before, but SPL are giving away their "Attacker" plug free, until 15 Nov., as well as the free ranger, a diminished version of the standard graphic, inductor EQ. The attacker is, as you would imagine, the first/left half of the Transient Designer. Neither requires an iLok, and are available in all three formats, as far as I know. I only downloaded the AU, since that's all I use.
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Hi any analysis tools floating around? PPMs, phase scopes, etc?

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blue cat audio do a great set of free plugins. they include a really analyser, not sure about a phase scope tho..

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Thanks Dale! :bouncy:

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jameslerouge wrote:well i know about these plug ins from dont crack, so i was not completely over the moon, anyhow, having become a recent convert to the MAC, i want really some advice, i have always used cu base on my pc. i now want to try out some other software, but not buy just now, does anyone know of any where to get hold of some software much the same as cubase, or indeed a version of cu base i could use meanwhile, as i am rather lagging and dwelling on this one, and i fear i will have to purchase cubase again, which terrifies me. Any advice on a good program, well, i would be seriously grateful!


take a look at this thread :-

Cubase AI - For FREE ( and its all legit ! )
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Post by Ian Shaw »

A nice one here: TCElectronics

Three days inly , so go get it!

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