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ok, I downloaded some free demo versions from vst plugins, some nice things can be done with them :shock: but I'm not going to buy every vst that crosses my path :)

what are you'r favorite vst-plugin's?
(some free ones would be handy as well :))

edit: it doesn't matter what kind of vst-plugins, I need something for creating fat basslines though


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not a top 5 but this link might be of some help in your search for free plugins


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4K wrote:
not a top 5 but this link might be of some help in your search for free plugins


link?


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Only free ones:

mastering and compression: http://antress.myweb.hinet.net/
Crystal, wicked synth: http://www.greenoak.com/crystal/download.html
delay, weird FX: http://scuzzphut.panicnow.net/ (that scuzzphut 6 still rocks my boat!)
All the mda-plugins: http://www.mda-vst.com/
distortion: http://www.camelaudio.com/camelcrusher.php

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Commercial:

Albino3
Albino2
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Albino..

oh: and NI Battery

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1. FM8
2. MS20
3. Bass-station
4. Waves pack (L2, Analysers, ...)
5. PSP (very nice for subtle effects)

Of course I'll buy these when I'm rich and famous.


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Synth : Zeta++ and Surge
Effect : Camelphat disto (free), psp vintage warmer, Antares filter, waves pack :v

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preferred synth: Z3ta -> I've made everything from lush leadlines, to pads, to grimey basslines with this synth. I LOVE IT :!:

preferred EQ: Voxengo GlissEQ. Very transparent sound. Uses an intelligent form of dynamic EQ-ing. The fact that it comes combined with a freq analyzer makes it even better.

preferred distortion: Camelphat and Quadrafuzz

for beats: battery 2 or pure audio straight into the sequencer window (Cubase)

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are we talking of plugins or instruments ? :D

WAVES SSL 4000
IK MULTIMEDIA AMPLITUBE
PSP NITRO
WOXENGO ESS EQ
CAMELPHAT 3

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whizz wrote:
preferred distortion: Camelphat and Quadrafuzz

both my preference too. That camelphat especially has some mad presets.

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for beats: battery 2 or pure audio straight into the sequencer window (Cubase)

Seems most people who are using cubase for a long time, use the sequencer as a sort of sampler. Reason-niggers always look weird at me when i start throwing wavs and mp3's straight into audiolanes. Seems it's against their religion or something.

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cjpa wrote:
whizz wrote:
preferred distortion: Camelphat and Quadrafuzz

both my preference too. That camelphat especially has some mad presets.

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for beats: battery 2 or pure audio straight into the sequencer window (Cubase)

Seems most people who are using cubase for a long time, use the sequencer as a sort of sampler. Reason-niggers always look weird at me when i start throwing wavs and mp3's straight into audiolanes. Seems it's against their religion or something.


I don't even use a sampler anymore :)

I love the way Cubase handles audio! All the timestreching/transposin/fades you need at a mouse click away.

I find it especially handy for working with beats. Layering snares and kicks is so much easier when you can actually see the waveforms :!:

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thanx!!

this is gonna take a while, checking things out and learning to work with them
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Junglebreaks wrote:
thanx!!

this is gonna take a while, checking things out and learning to work with them
:shock:


don't overkill yourself in the beginning, it really has no point. Stick to certain things, this way you'll learn a lot faster. Reason f.e. makes sure you don't vst-yourself-all-the-way-through. Which is a good thing when you start :) The Junglist plugin and the Basstation are very good for learning imo.


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haha sepper. that's just what i did. as time goes by, i use less and less plugins. nowadays i can almost do all synthesis with one synth (albino) and all those other softsynths are slowly fading away. i do occasionally test something out, but it seldom sticks.

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sepper8 wrote:
Of course I'll buy these when I'm rich and famous.


same here bro ... :D

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