KVR Audio has announced the winners of its KVR Developer Challenge 2016, its free-for-all audio plug-in/audio application/soundware design event.
Thanks to everyone who entered, everyone who has donated, so far, and everyone who has voted. There was a great assortment of entries, but the top three were all effect plug-ins, two of them delays! So, what were they… read on:
1st: Youlean Loudness Meter by Youlean
In first place, and a clear winner by almost 100 votes, was Youlean Loudness Meter, by Youlean, a loudness measurement plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows in VST2, VST3 and AU plug-in formats.
As both a Mac and Windows entry, Youlean Loudness Meter wins 60% of the prize fund plus, of course, the trip to The 2017 NAMM Show, courtesy of the good folks at NAMM.
Second place went to Lagrange by Ursa DSP, and third place was for Spaceship Delay from Musical Entropy.
The soundware category was won by Noizefield Instruments with its Refractor, a Karplus Strong based synthesizer for Native Instruments Reaktor.
All 41 entries in the challenge will remain available as a free download.