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kl. Fineline, Drumachine R8 and Soundberg

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kl. Drumachine R8

kl. has is offering a few free plug-ins for Pluggo on Mac (previously payware).

kl. plug-ins

  • Fineline, digital synthesizer — two digital oscillators, with continusly varible classic waveforms and it’s input going thru osc2, your tracks are bound to be transformed by both FM and sync.
  • Drumachine R8, drumkit synthesizer with 14 drums and a monosynth — With 8 pages of parameters your kit is as versitile as it gets. From 909 to plain weird, and with it’s build in pitch shifter your rythmic content will never be the same.
  • Soundberg, classic digital sampler with sample recorder & more — With its build in recorder you can sample your own sounds with ease, just open the rec page and choose sample length, trigger and record. And with the modulation busses you can even do granular time and pitch shifting.

Note: the kl. plug-ins are available for Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later only. You will need the Pluggo runtime. The plug-ins don’t work with Logic.

Visit kl. for more information.

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Mathew Lane updates DrMS to v2.0

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Mathew Lane DrMS

Mathew Lane has released version 2.0 of DrMS, a spatial processor plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Build on a completely new internal algorithm, version 2 of the DrMS spatial processor plugin sounds even better then before. The new engine allows to create wider and deeper soundstages while, of course, maintaining the excellent compatibility DrMS is known for.

DrMS v2.0 features

  • Completely new & improved soundengine
  • Enhanced GUI
  • MS encoding & decoding
  • Spatial audio processing: Zoom in, add Depth, change Width
  • Resonant HPF, TiltEQ and Delay on each of the four processing sections
  • Full mono compatibility
  • Autogain circuit for easy level matched A/B comparision
  • Smart MCU control surface layout
  • Wide range of applications for mixing, mastering and post production
  • Easy installation with new installer
  • Supports AU/VST2/RTAS on OSX and Windows using the free Pluggo Runtime shell

DrMS 2.0 is available for download for 25 EUR (ex. VAT). The update is free for existing users and a demo version can be downloaded here.

Visit Mathew Lane for more information.

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Pyjaman releases ctr and hrmnx

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Pyjaman ctr
Pyjaman hrmnx

Pyjaman has released ctr and hrmnx, two freeware plug-in effects for Windows and Mac.

ctr & hrmnx features

  • ctr cuts the sound in sync (bpm) with a simple envelope of ADSR values which you can draw.
    It also features equalizer and delay effects.
  • hrmnx is a simple trigger.
    You can mix and add to your source: rect, sin, pink noise, etc. (tunable with by drawing).
    The plug-in has individual pan controls & mute buttons and it furthermore features a random pan button, downsample, equalizer and overdrive effects and a dry/wet control.
    You can set the trigger level manually.

ctr and hrmnx are available as freeware plug-ins for Windows and Mac.

Note: you will need the Pluggo runtime to run these plug-ins. Get it here.

Visit Pyjaman for more information.

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Mathew Lane updates DrMS to v1.1

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Mathew Lane DrMS

Mathew Lane has released version 1.1 of DrMS, a spatial processor plug-in with a new way to approach the manipulation of stereo audio.

Changes in DrMS v1.1

  • Finer low frequency control on the HPF’s.
  • New smart control surface layout for users of a Mackie Control Universal (MCU) or compatible control surface: All parameters have a clear 6-character name and are organised in banks of 8/16 with use of informative ‘dummy’ parameters to complete each bank for easy bank switching and great overview.

DrMS is available for download for 25 EUR (ex. VAT). A demo version can be downloaded here.

Visit Mathew Lane for more information.

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Mathew Lane releases DrMS

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Mathew Lane has released DrMS, a spatial processor plug-in with a new way to approach the manipulation of stereo audio.

Mathew Lane DrMS

From the product page:

It is based on MS (Mid-Side) processing, although DrMS splits the stereo signal into four sections rather than the normal two, giving you new levels of control: zoom in, add depth, change width or any combination and more. DrMS takes you wherever you want to go in the stereo field.

DrMS features

  • 4 main processing sections: MID, SIDE, FOCUS and FIELD.
  • Each section has 3 processing tools: HPF, TiltEQ and Delay.
  • 4 smaller utility sections: INPUT, OUTPUT, BYPASS and OPTION.

DrMS uses the free Pluggo Runtime shell to ensure compatibily with all major DAW software. DrMS is compatible with AU/VST2/RTAS plugin formats on OSX and VST2/RTAS formats on Windows.

DrMS is available for download for 25 EUR (ex. VAT) and a demo version can be downloaded here.

Visit Mathew Lane for more information.

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Pyjaman releases tgr v0.5 (Pluggo)

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Pyjaman tgr v0.5

Pyjaman has released version 0.5 of tgr, a freeware random sample player for Windows PC.

tgr v0.5 features

  • 2 sample slots
  • piezzo sensibility
  • 4 store slots for each sample
  • random repetition
  • sequencer
  • pitch and random control
  • random and size control

The plug-ins require the Pluggo run-time.

Visit Pyjaman to download tgr.

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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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Defective Records updates Major Malfunction to v2.0

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Defective Records has released version 2.0 of Major Malfunction, a mangle, glitch & fsu effect for Ableton Live.

Major Malfunction v2.0
Major Malfunction v2.0 – Glitch for your Ableton Live

Major Malfunction is an audio plugin (Mac only) that mutates your Ableton Live audio in real time, under your control.

New in v2.0

  • new multi mode, allows for multiple effects per step
  • in multi mode, allows for serial or parallel routing
  • in serial multi mode, can rearrange effects in any order
  • dramatic efficiency improvements compared with previous versions
  • small bug fixes

Major Malfunction costs $25 USD. A demo is available for download (it will beep at you every 20 seconds).

Visit Defective Records for more information and audio demos.

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