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TNK / ATK project
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04 2004 11:43    
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Sunbuster wrote:

huh!? Shocked this would be the first thing on my priority list Mr. Green


Don't forget there are many gays in the movie business...including the one who was in charge of the casting...(I think in our group of 6 students, I was one of the 2-3 NON-gay!)

And as in the 1st year we were a boys-only team (There was 1 girl for 15 students in our school). Fortunately, in second year, I managed to get in the same group as the hottest girl in the school. No more red-dress duties for me !

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BeatMax
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 15 2004 13:48    
Theremin vsti
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Spooky Keys

This one is really fun and sounds like a singing saw. Instant Mars attacks sound Wink) It offers different waveforms besides the sinus wave and has filters etc. Very interesting.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16 2004 23:19    
Re: Theremin vsti
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anyone aware of a vst that can enable me to do vibrato, trembelo and maybe even a warp effect? I know vinyl can make warp but it's quite cpu unfriendly. any help is appriciated

- Toffe


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technoid
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 17 2004 01:25    
Re: Theremin vsti
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TOffe wrote:
anyone aware of a vst that can enable me to do vibrato, trembelo and maybe even a warp effect? I know vinyl can make warp but it's quite cpu unfriendly. any help is appriciated

- Toffe

Are you talking about MIDI/sampling or "live" analog input (voice, line-in, etc.)?


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BeatMax
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 17 2004 05:10    
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Hi Toffe!

Have you tried out NGCs Modulator 2 yet? For the tasks you were mentioning you need a modulator. For vibratos you need frequency modulation, for tremolos you need amplitude modulation. Modulator 2 is very nice and offers a lot of functions. Together with the Madtracker automation you should have a good control over your sound. I guess you need it for guitar / rhodes?

NDC-Plugs / The Modulator
(Pitch,FM,ringmod) very versatile and well designed modulator includes the mad-shifta routine for pitching


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 17 2004 18:37    
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BeatMax wrote:
Hi Toffe!

Have you tried out NGCs Modulator 2 yet? For the tasks you were mentioning you need a modulator. For vibratos you need frequency modulation, for tremolos you need amplitude modulation. Modulator 2 is very nice and offers a lot of functions. Together with the Madtracker automation you should have a good control over your sound. I guess you need it for guitar / rhodes?

NDC-Plugs / The Modulator
(Pitch,FM,ringmod) very versatile and well designed modulator includes the mad-shifta routine for pitching


ah cool, thanks BeatMax will check this out.


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BeatMax
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21 2004 09:34    
great new vsti developer Miksybrand
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Hi friends!

I found a link to this developers site by accident. This guy rules, what he does with Synthedit is absolutely amazing, sounds and looks good. Give him a chance. On the list of my favoured developers he is ranked pretty high! A must try!

>>> Mik Brand from Denmark's plugins <<<

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 21 2004 23:12    
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BeatMax wrote:
Hi friends!

I found a link to this developers site by accident..

>>> Mik Brand from Denmark's plugins <<<

BMX


Wow !!
Great site. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 24 2004 11:41    
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Are there any good free choir vsti's except for Delay Lama? That one sucks, but quite funny though Smile

I've heard of "Angelina", but I dunno if it's free...


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BeatMax
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 24 2004 12:23    
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Well, I guess to get the best choirs its better to use a soundfont player and an adequate soundfont. Hammersound.net is a great resource. It will sound better and will I guess be less cpu intensive. Havent tried to create choirs using vowel synths yet. IMHO soundfonts are the best way for convincing choirs.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 30 2004 04:48    
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Hi guys, just putting my two cents in, plus a link for you all.

http://www.yohng.com/


Yohng.com has both freeware and commercial VSTs. The VSTis they have include a Piano module, a rhodes module, a bass module, and an E piano module. I haven't looked at the list of VSTs themselves yet.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 30 2004 11:38    
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Thanks for the link Jesse I`ll check it out.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 07 2004 17:26    
A new vsti star is born! ZynAddSubFX
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When I first listened to this one in its standalone version I couldnt believe my ears. Its so fat and full sound. Now there is the VSTi alpha version and its absolutely great (multitimbral). A MUST. Absolutely TOP !!! Oh yes and its opensource Wink

Paul Nasca / ZynAddSubFX


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 19 2004 00:49    
All-in-one vsti effect : LFX 1310
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Luxonix / LFX 1310

A very nice plugin with very low cpu usage that combines a lot of usefull algorithms, e.g. reverb, delay, stereo seperation, distortion, compression etc. Its like KJAERHUS' classic series all in one plugin. Very Happy


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 18 2004 07:26    
New nice Organ: Nubi1.01
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Its time again for some nice stuff. There has been one organ vsti flying around which I think hasnt noticed yet since it had no gui but great sound. Luckyly it now has a gui and a very nice one. My favoured organ sound yet. Check it out here:


NuBi 1.0 by PJ Geerlings


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