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London School of Sound releases LSS DJeq

London School of Sound LSS DJeq

Gavin Murray from the London School of Sound has released LSS DJeq, a freeware equalizer plugin designed specifically to emulate the controls found on the best DJ mixers.

Features

  • Rotary controls for Low, Mid and High frequencies.
  • Dedicated Kill switches.
  • Optimized for live performance, with large buttons and knobs easy to read and grab even with a laptop track-pad.
  • EQ range has been specifically designed to allow for traditional DJ use, with a range that goes from complete cut to + 6dB.

Note: While the plugin might work in other VST-compatible hosts, the LSS DJeq is the result of user feedback from the Ableton Live courses at the London School of Sound, and as such it was meant only as a plugin for Ableton Live.

LSS DJeq requires the Pluggo runtime from Cycling ’74 (free).

Visit the London School of Sound website for more information and a link to download LSS DJeq.

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David Ross VST plug-ins

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David E Ross DJEQ

David Ross has created a number of freeware VST effect plug-ins for Windows PC.

Unfortunately David does not currently have a website, so you can download the plug-ins from this page.

David Ross plug-ins

  • Peaking Filter Banks—resonating peaking filter banks
  • EQ10—10 band graphic equalizer (v1 + v2)
  • EQ18—18 band graphic equalizer (v1 + v2)
  • DJEQ—3 band DJ style EQ (v2 + v3)
  • HollyQ—two tone shelving equalizer
  • EQ3a—3 band parametric equalizer
  • Fazer—phase shifter
  • Notch Filter—high performance notch filter (v1 + v2)

Download all of them in one package below.

David Ross VST plug-insDownload size: 1.63 MB

Check earlier posts on David’s plug-ins for more information.

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David E Ross updates DJEQ and Notch

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David E Ross has updated two of his free VST effect plug-ins: DJEQ (now v3), a 3-band DJ style EQ and Notch (now v2), a Notch Filter.

David E Ross DJEQ
David E Ross Notch

Updated in DJEQ v3

  • Added the ability to update internal sample rate when host sample rate changes
  • Added automaitc disabling of DJEQ with sample rates below 44.1khZ
  • New better response filter algorithms for Low, mid and high filters
  • Precise -96dB to 6dB gain adjust
  • Frequency adjust added for each band
  • Reset button added to quickly reset all controls to default, level response values
  • Created a new larger and brighter GUI
  • Filter algorithms created for both float precision and double precision processing

Updated in Notch v2

  • Added a control for Gain -48dB to 0dB
  • Added a reset button
  • Added a new GUI

Visit David E Ross for more information and links to download the latest versions of DJEQ and Notch.

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David Ross updates DJEQ

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David Ross DJEQ

David Ross updates DJEQ, a DJ style equalizer plug-in.

According to David this new version cuts a lot better and the filters are very clean.

DJEQ features

  • 3 band DJ Style E
  • Low, Mid, High Gain control
  • Low, Mid, High kill switches

Also, Notch filter has been recently updated. The filter width is now controlled directly in Hertz, instead of using Q factor.

Check David Ross‘ website for more information and links to download DJEQ and Notch filter.

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David Ross updates PFB, EQ18 and DJEQ

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David Ross Peaking Filter Banks

David Ross has updated 3 of his VST effect plug-ins to VST2.4.

A bug that was occurring when the GUI was closed is fixed for Peaking Filter Banks and DJEQ. Furthermore EQ18 was updated with a Q control for each band allowing for improved control over EQ’ing.

David Ross’ other plug-ins are scheduled to be updated to VST2.4 in the near future as well.

Visit David Ross’ website for more information and links to download the updated plug-ins.

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Steinberg releases Cubase 6.5 and Cubase Artist 6.5

Steinberg has announced the release of Cubase 6.5, a significant update to its award-winning music production system.

Steinberg Cubase 6.5

With new VST synthesizers, effects and enhancements that boost productivity and extend the already formidable feature set of Cubase 6, version 6.5 incorporates everything and more to assist musicians, composers and producers in realizing their creative visions within a professional setting.

The mid-priced Cubase Artist version includes the core technologies and tools that make Cubase indispensable for music production. The updates to Cubase 6.5 and Cubase Artist 6.5 include the same new features and capabilities.

“Version 6.5 nicely complements the features of Cubase and Cubase Artist with new synthesizers, fresh effects and production tool improvements our fellow Cubase users will immediately fall in love with,” said Helge Vogt, marketing lead at Steinberg. “Also on board are the long-awaited ReWire 64-bit support, SoundCloud connectivity and FLAC integration. More than that, we’ve added to the VST Amp Rack, with new effects pedals and artist signature presets that’ll give guitarists the fat tone that their guitars deserve,” Vogt added.

Steinberg PadShop / Retrologue
New synths in Cubase 6.5: PadShop and Retrologue

The virtual analog Retrologue and the granular Padshop synthesizers are two brand-new VST instruments introduced in this update. Retrologue features two oscillators, each with a maximum of eight widely detunable voices, one sub and one noise oscillator, alongside 300 presets and sounds. Padshop features two individual layers in granular textures that are mixed and processed with a dozen high-quality filters, modulation and delay effects. Each layer consists of two LFOs, two ADSR envelopes and one oscillator together with new control parameters for generating up to eight grain-streams, plus 400 quality onboard presets for immediate inspiration.

New effects in Cubase 6.5 and Cubase Artist 6.5 are the DJ-EQ, a powerful three-band EQ with frequency kill switches, and MorphFilter, a filter effect for blending between two of the many low, high and band-pass filters. The latest highlights in VST Amp Rack are the new Maximizer and Limiter stompbox effects, plus 50 classic and signature presets from bands the likes of Accept, Emperor and Meshuggah.

Remarkable enhancements have found their way into the 6.5 updates: optimizing the lane comping tool introduces the dedicated Comp tool with easy click-and-drag features as well as the Cleanup Lanes function for resolving overlapping events and the Create Tracks From Lanes function that converts lanes into audio tracks. The marriage between hitpoint and AudioWarp results in enhanced quantization capabilities, such as warp quantizing in the Quantize panel, warp markers from hitpoints and perfectly manageable, non-destructive quantization.
More features new to Cubase and Cubase Artist are SoundCloud connectivity with its Upload Manager for easy dissemination of personal songs. Including the lossless FLAC audio compression codec saves up to 60% disk space when recording audio in real time. Third in line is ReWire 64-bit support and user interface localization in simplified Chinese.

“Cubase 6.5 is a great update to our award-winning DAW. Admittedly, we were planning on introducing Retrologue to the feature set, but we’ve listened intensely to our customer demands and have consequently added the recently announced Padshop VST instrument to Cubase 6.5 as well,” said Frank Simmerlein, marketing director at Steinberg. “This really underlines our approach to customer satisfaction.”

Changes in Cubase 6.5

  • New synths on the block: The brand-new Padshop granular synth and the Retrologue virtual analog synth provide more than 700 extraordinary presets.
  • Supersonic sidekicks: Check out the DJ-EQ and MorphFilter effects and VST Amp Rack 1.5 with new stomp boxes and signature presets made by world-class guitarists.
  • One step closer to perfection: New comping and audio quantizing tools give you the results you want in a more intuitive and faster way.
  • Intercommunication 2.0: Export your mixes directly to SoundCloud, save up to 60% disk space while recording with the new FLAC support and connect ReWire client applications to Cubase in a pure 64-bit environment.

Updates to Cubase 6.5 and Cubase Artist 6.5 are now available for 49.99 EUR. Customers who have activated Cubase / Cubase Artist 6 since January 1, 2012, are eligible for a free, downloadable Grace Period update to the latest version. The Cubase 6.5 and Cubase Artist 6.5 full retail versions are available for a suggested retail price of 599 EUR (Cubase 6.5) / 299 EUR (Cubase Artist 6.5). All prices incl. German VAT.

More information: Steinberg / Cubase

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Steinberg intros Cubase BackPack limited edition portable recording system

Steinberg Cubase BackPack

Steinberg has announced the Cubase BackPack, a portable recording and production solution featuring Cubase Artist 7 and the UR22 interface that ensures a charitable contribution to sustainable development in Africa.

“With Cubase BackPack, we’re offering immediate savings on Cubase Artist and the UR22 audio interface,” comments Stefan Schreiber, product marketing manager at Steinberg. “But more importantly, by teaming up with Joint Aid Management, every purchased bundle supports a child in Africa with food for an entire month.”

Cubase Artist 7 includes eight VST instruments including HALion Sonic SE, the Padshop granular synth and Retrologue plus a suite of 43 audio and 18 MIDI VST effect processors.

The UR22 USB 2.0 audio interface boasts 192 kHz audio quality, with two TRS/XLR combo inputs, two TRS outputs, MIDI connectivity and a single headphone output for latency-free monitoring. Its two studio-grade D-PRE mic preamps provide switchable phantom power for using all types of microphones.

Steinberg is donating a portion of the profits from the Cubase BackPack sales to Joint Aid Management, a humanitarian organization that offers sustainable development in Africa since 1984 and currently helps around 1,000,000 children through its nutritional feeding program.

Head of JAM Deutschland Sabine Wenz says: “We’re happy about the smooth cooperation with Steinberg, and their contribution to our cause.”

Cubase BackPack features

  • Cubase Artist 7 music production system with complete audio/MIDI recording, editing and mixing tools.
  • UR22 24-bit/192 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface with 2 D-PRE Class-A discrete mic preamps supporting +48 V.
  • Analog 2 in and 2 out plus headphone output with individual volume control.
  • MIDI input and output for connecting of external gear.
  • Award-winning 32-bit floating-point Steinberg audio engine with flexible routing and full automatic delay compensation.
  • Includes 8 outstanding virtual instruments with over 2,000 presets, including new HALion Sonic SE workstation, Padshop granular synth and Retrologue virtual analog synth plus MPC-style Groove Agent ONE drum machine.
  • Comes with a suite of 43 audio and 18 MIDI VST effect processors, including Pitch Correct for vocal intonation correction, VST Amp Rack guitar tone suite, DJ-EQ and MorphFilter.
  • Latency-free hardware-based monitoring with a Mix knob.
  • Cross-platform 32-/64-bit software application and drivers for Windows and Mac OS X Intel.

Cubase BackPack is available at selected Steinberg resellers for MSRP 349 EUR, including German VAT.

More information: Steinberg / Cubase BackPack

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