Togu Audio Line has released version 1.0 of TAL-Vocoder-2, a freeware vocoder effect plugin for Windows and Mac.
TAL-Vocoder is a vintage vocoder emulation with 11 bands that emulates the sound of vocoders from the early 80’s. It includes analog modeled components in combination with digital algorithms such as the SFFT (Short-Time Fast Fourier Transform).
Changes in TAL-Vocoder-2 v1.0
Chorus effect added.
Faster clipping response.
Better readable font.
TAL-Vocoder-2 for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to download at no cost.
Peter den Herder has released Noise4U, a free soundset for the Noisemaker synthesizer plug-in by Togu Audio Line.
You are free to use it in your productions. In this soundset you’ll find lots of basses, leads, synced FX, synced gated sounds and more. Genre: Mainly Dance.
Behind the patch names you’ll often find one or more letters. These point out the modulation sensitivity for: Legato (l), velocity (v) and the pitch bend wheel (pb); (s) means the patch is synced to the tempo of your DAW.
You can listen to a demo clip of some of the presets below and here.
Togu Audio Line has released version 3.03 of TAL-NoiseMaker, a free virtual synthesizer instrument for Windows and Mac.
This release includes several new features people asked for and 128 new presets by Frank “Xenox” Neumann / Particular – Sound FN, The Unshushable Coktor TUC, Alexandra Sendy AS, and TAL.
A vintage type delay, preset load and save support for simple preset exchange and full automation support are the main features added. We also added a filter drive effect that directly affects the 4x oversampled filter. The envelope editor has new one shot and constant bpm options that are useful for drum and percussion sounds.
Changes in TAL-NoiseMaker v3.03
Vintage delay added.
Own preset save and load functionality for preset exchange.
Osc 2 noise waveform added.
LFO 1/2, OSC 1&2 modulation support.
Full automation support. Drop downs also compatible with VST automation.
Changes in the preset management, single preset support.
Envelope Editor: Fix tempo option added.
Envelope Editor: One shot option added.
Envelope Editor: Reset button.
256 presets by Frank “Xenox” Neumann / Particular – Sound FN, The Unshushable Coktor TUC, Alexandra Sendy AS, Patrick Kunz TAL.
Small volume correction in the 24 dB filter at high cutoffs and full resonance.
Compatible with older presets.
TAL-NoiseMaker is available as a free download for Windows and Mac (VST/AU).
Togu Audio Line has announced the release of TAL-Reverb-III, a free reverb effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
TAL-Reverb-III is an easy to use stereo plate plugin. Its the replacement for TAL-Reverb-II and has several improvements as an optimized GUI and some changes in the algorithm. It has a simpified EQ section, a meter display and shows actual slider values.
The reverb has its own character and produces a very diffuse plate. I tried to create a colorless and maximal diffuse plate reverb without grains and digital artefacts. Its the result of a lot tuning and testing.
Plate reverb sound.
One simple room size control.
Predelay up to one second.
EQ section (12dB cut, low shelf filter at 1000Hz, high shelf filter at 200Hz)
Stereo width control (from full stereo to mono).
Stereo input mode (mono or stereo intput).
Displays the slider value of the active fader.
A meter shows the output volume.
10 factory presets
Made with the juce framework and open source.
TAL-Reverb-III is available as a free download for PC and Mac (VST/AU).
The developer of KXStudio – a KDE desktop aimed at artists, producers, musicians as well as regular users, has released all JUCE (Jules’ Utility Class Extensions) based TAL plug-ins as 32 and 64bit plug-ins for Linux.
Recently a user pointed me at this webpage where there are many free VSTs to download.
Sadly the plugins only have Windows and Mac downloads, but… some have source code available…
So I decided to give it a shot, and try to compile them for Linux. It worked! We now have 4 more great plugins (3 Effects and 1 Intrument) in our list of VSTs for Linux!
Why is this so important?
Because these plugins not only look really good, they sound great too! VST has future in Linux too!