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Sonic Emblem releases Sonic SPN turntable spin plugin

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Sonic Emblem has released Sonic SPN, a freeware effect plug-in that emulates turntable spins.

Sonic SPN features

  • Spin Speed Shift with LFO.
  • 50%~200% Shift Range.
  • 6 Types Waveform (±SAW ±TRI ±SQU).
  • 16Bar~≒8Beat LFO Rate (Synchronize with BPM).
  • LFO Phase is retriggered when change from Rate0 (also Host Transport Start).
  • Click Noise Reduction.
  • Support Automation.
  • UI for Touch Device.

Sonic SPN is available as freeware for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS). Requires Pluggo.

More information: Sonic Emblem / Sonic SPN


reFuse Software releases Lowender VST for Windows

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reFuse Software Lowender

reFuse Software has released a Windows version of Lowender, a subharmonic synthesizer reminiscent of classic analog dual-band bass enhancer circuits.

More than a simple EQ, the Lowender creates new bass content from your existing audio material. From post-production houses to disco floors, from high-powered live sound to rock, dub, and metal studio productions, the characteristic rumble of the subharmonic synthesizer has been an engineer’s best-kept secret for years. Now, finally, you can get those low lows from within your favorite DAW application!

Lowender features

  • Gate, drive, and output filter controls
  • Operates in three different frequency ranges to match program material
  • Analog modeling – no FFT shenanigans!

Lowender is now available as a native VST plug-in for Windows PC, and as a Pluggo plug-in for Mac (Native Mac VST and AU coming soon. Native RTAS coming soonish). It is available to purchase for $49 USD.

More information: reFuse Software / Lowender


Synmergic releases Loop Editor (Beta)

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Synmergic has released of beta version of Loop Editor, a VST plug-in that focuses on creating and editing musical patterns online.

Synmergic Loop Editor

Your on going music project remains private, having its own tempo, VST instruments and FX…, in other words having its own unique musical character, while at the same time everything you do in this plugin is by principle public. The plugin connects directly to the synmergic server where the musical patterns exist and allows you to edit them as part of your project by joining the available creative sessions. Changes made to these patterns are directly reflected to anyone who uses them in his own project.

Each creative session comprises audio events which form the musical pattern. The patterns are edited in common by the participants of the corresponding creative session. Although the musical patterns are shared among various projects, this plugin is not about sharing static audio loops or bits of music, but instead it is about interaction and joining the creative process of others.

Synmeric Loop Editor features

  • Audio is generated by a linear FM synthesizer enhanced with real time audio input and noise features.
  • Each event has its own FM parameters and a dedicated envelop so that the synmergic VST plug-in comprises a versatile tool for creating audio loops.
  • Each participant of a creative session can add or delete events and change any parameter of an existing one. The changes are automatically updated for the rest of the participants.
  • The various projects connected to the available creative sessions form a network of on-going musical creations.
  • Multiple instances of the plug-in can be loaded at the same time and each one of them can join a different creative session.
  • Create sets of up to 16 snapshots and activate them on the fly while you are playing back your project.

Synmergic Loop Editor is available as a freeware VST plug-in for Windows PC (requires Pluggo Runtime, Microsoft .NET v3 and Java runtime/JRE).

More information: Synmergic


Edward Loveall releases Downplay, DelayGrains and Modlove

Edward Loveall Downplay

Edward Loveall has released Downplay, DelayGrains and Modlove, three free effect plug-ins for Mac.

Presented are 3 plugins, a Downsampler/Bitcrusher (Downplay), an LFO based, modulation plugin (Modlove) and a granular delay buffer playback effect (DelayGrains). All plugins were created with Max/MSP 4.6.3 and the Pluggo API. The interfaces are custom designed and coded as well, using Max’s JSUI Objects and the OpenGL language.

Also the song “Net Neutrality” is an example showcasing the plugins abilities on live tracks. A video describing the plugins and delivering the song is included.

Edward Loveall plug-ins

  • Downplay, a hiresolution Downsampler and Bit Crusher. With it, you can add a tasteful degraded quality to your music, or add a sharp edge to your bassline, drums or synths.
  • Delaygrains, a granular delay buffer playback effect. It uses a delay buffer to modify currently playing back audio. Interesting glitch sounds and certain pitch shifting effects can be obtained by tuning its controls.
  • Modlove, an LFO based, modulation plugin. It can be used for pulsating beats, a buttery tremolo, twangy textures and even ring modulation.

The plug-ins are available as a free download for Mac (requires Pluggo Runtime).

More information: Edward Loveall

Link via Synthtopia


Human Touch Technology updates Sika Oriental Scale to v1.6.1

Human Touch Technology SIKA Oriental Scale

Human Touch Technology has released version 1.6.1 of Sika Oriental Scale, a free SoundFont player for Windows and Mac.

Sika is a free sound font player dedicated to oriental and Arabic scales with 9 popular oriental instruments and the ability to play Arabic traditional scales accompanied with beat track (Maksoom style)

Changes in Sika Oriental Scale v1.6.1

  • User banks can now be saved with the song.
  • New panic button (fixes sound problem with some hosts).
  • Fixed AU Validation issues in “Logic pro 8.x”.
  • Works properly with “FL Studio 8″.
  • General improvements.

Sika Oriental Scale is available as a freeware VST instrument for Windows and Mac (requires Pluggo runtime).

More information: Human Touch Technology / Sika Oriental Scale


Cycling ’74 discontinues sales of prebuilt Max-based audio plug-in packages

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Cycling '74

Cycling ’74 has announced it will discontinue sales of prebuilt Max-based audio plug-in packages, including Pluggo, Mode, Hipno, and UpMix.

From the announcement:

This was not an easy decision to make, and we know it will disappoint some users. We had originally hoped to update our plug-in building technology to work with Max 5. However, we have had to face the fact that it is simply not cost-effective to support three different plug-in specifications on two different platforms, particularly given the increasing absence of standardization of host platforms we have observed over the past several years. Supporting our Max/MSP-based plug-in technology involves trying to make the entire Max environment run inside another host application. This was never a simple matter to begin with, and it has only grown more challenging with time.

We have decided instead to focus our development efforts on a single application, Ableton Live, where we can work directly with the developers and exert some influence over the host environment. Max for Live, announced this past January, offers the key ingredient, interactive software development, that reflects our company’s mission in life. With Max for Live, we’ve used our ten years of experience creating plug-ins to improve every aspect of our development system, adding new user interface tools, sample-accurate automation ramps, and flexible parameter definition and storage options.

Cycling ’74 is currently developing Pluggo-inspired devices, which will be freely available for use with Max for Live.

Max for Live - SquirrelParade
Max for Live – SquirrelParade

Current Cycling ’74 plug-in customers will be able to get discounts for Max for Live. Details will be announced when the product is released later this year. Support will also continue for current users, but there will be no further development on either the plug-in packages or their supporting technology.

Visit Cycling ’74 for more information.


reFuse Software releases Polarizer

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reFuse Software Polarizer

reFuse Software has released Polarizer, a free plug-in which allows you to flip the signal polarity in your DAW.

The Polarizer flips signal polarity (misnomered often as “phase”). That’s it.

Why should you care, when so many plug-ins already include a polarity switch in them? Well, because so many DAWs do not include a polarity switch right on their mixers. This means that, instead of being able to try different polarities with ONE click of the mouse, you must open some random plug-in, hunt for the polarity switch, and then hit it.

The idea of the Polarizer is to effectively add a polarity switch to any DAW mixer. If the Polarizer is on, it’s flipping polarity. If it’s in Bypass, it’s not.

Polarizer is available as a freeware Pluggo plug-in for Mac.

Visit reFuse Software for more information.