Archive for July 2009
Distroyr Free VST Stereo Distortion Effect
Download for free from here…
Distroyr is a free stereo distortion VST effect which features a range of different algorithms that effect and generally distort the incoming audio.
Depending on the settings you can have analog sounding warmth to your sound to very heavy clipped and crushed sounds.
It includes 7 different processes including:
Feedback, Signal clipping, Bit crush , Valve distortion, Saturate & Overdrive.
Free VST Compression Plugins – BuzComp Free Series – Download Here
The BuzComp Free Series is a set of compression plugins from buzzroom.
The Set contains the,
BuzComp Free GranComp
- Classic Hard Compressor -
BuzComp Free GranComp3
- Multiband Classic Hard Compressor -
BuzComp Free GeneComp
- Generic Digital Linear Compressor -
and finally the BuzComp Free GeneComp3
- Multiband Generic Digital Linear Compressor -
Free VST Compression Plugins – BuzComp Free Series – Free Download Here
PSP VintageMeter (free plug-in VST, RTAS, MAS, AudioUnit for MAC and VST, RTAS and DirectX for PC hosts) provides professional VU and PPM metering for mono and stereo tracks. All parameters like integration times and reference levels are widely adjustable to make this free plug-in suitable for any application.
PulseModulator is a model of an extremely rare (and exceedingly strange) tremolo pedal from the 70s. Three LFOs effect the VCA at the same time, and the whole mess goes through a distortion circuit, resulting in strange… uh… modulating pulses of sound.
We’ve added tempo sync to the individual LFOs to make it more useful in a modern DAW environment, but otherwise left it pretty much as-is.
Pulse Speed: These three knobs control the rate of the individual LFOs. If the sync switch for an LFO is engaged (the “1″, “2″, and “3″ switches on the bottom) that LFO will be synchronized to host tempo and the knob will select different tempo divisions.
Pulse Depth: Perhaps unsurprisingly, these three knobs control the depth of the individual LFOs. That is to say, they control how much each LFO affects the dry signal.
Boost Amount: This is labelled as it is on the real pedal. However, the label implies a boost circuit, but in fact it was more of a fuzz. We’ve modeled it as a fuzz but called it “Boost” as well.
Pulse Shape: This controls the waveshape of all three LFOs.
Totally cool looking Free tube guitar amp VST plug-in from Nick Crow,
Looking for another guitar effects plugin to add to your collection?
Well take a look at the 8505 Lead Guitar Amp designed by Nick Crow.
I found this purely by accident, not tested it yet but will do in the next few days.
Meanwhile back in the jungle…