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  1. FREE
     

    NEW FREE VST/AU RE-CREATES OLD SIXTIES STRING/FLUTE SOUND in Flintpope's TAPESTRINGFLUTE

    Another iteration of those old Mellotron samples that weave around the internet but hey, some of them are in one place in one battered old silver box here. And it’s all free, no strings attached, if you’ll pardon the pun.

    Using five samples from C1 to C5 of the flutey/stringy sound so beloved of those old sixties and seventies records we’ve looped them quite badly and if you listen closely you can hear the keyboard splits; all in the name of trying to capture that old clunky LOFI beauty of the original tapes used in the Mellotrons of yesteryear.

    This box works even works on Windows.

    Hit the button below to read more and go for direct download from your browser.

    CLICK HERE

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  2. 33 minutes ago, bsantini99 said:

    Thought I was clear. I had 60 custom shop credits. Just bought 25 more credits ($18 + 7 jampoints), so have a total of 85 credits after this. Bought Syntronik for 70 credits with 15 left over now for something else. Everything worked fine, no hiccups.

    This is what I was referring to.  If you already have a few credits, it's

    cheaper to buy enough credits, using Jampoints, and use the credits to buy Syntronik.

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  3. Form, Function, Attitude

    The Trident A-Range EQ comes from one of the rarest and most legendary analog consoles of all time. Only thirteen A-Range consoles were ever made, and it remains a holy grail for sound engineers and producers around the world that hope to create works of art equal to those that were originally recorded on the A-Range; David Bowie'sZiggy Stardust, Queen, Elton John... the list goes on and on.

    For this weekend only, our A-Range EQ plug-in, with all itscharacter, color, and charisma, is available at $100 off its usual price. Snap it up by Sunday!

    Save $100 – this weekend only

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  4. Evolution Flatwound Bass

    NOW AVAILABLE

    It's been nearly six years since our last bass sample library release, and today we're changing that.

    We've modified our Evolution guitar engine to work with basses--that way it has the same articulation mapping system, module-based built-effects, and advanced setup options, but geared for basses. This also involved recording a new collection of bass cabinet models, which include everything from 1x12s all the way to a massive 8x10 cabinet.

    We are proud to announce the first release using this adaptation of our Evolution guitar engine: Evolution Flatwound Bass, a vintage P-style electric bass equipped with flatwound strings for a deep, rich tone.
     
    We developed the library in collaboration with Rosewood Recording Company, one of Utah's most venerable recording studios. Guy Randle, the owner and recording engineer at Rosewood Recording Company, brought in veteran bassist Rob Honey for the sampling session.

    As a recording session player, Rob Honey has appeared on a large number of CDs, motion picture soundtracks, and television commercials and programs. He toured with the Donny and Marie show and is the bass player with the band Enoch Train. Rob is also an accomplished arranger and songwriter. He was a staff writer with Starstruck Writer's Group—Reba McEntire's publishing company. He has had songs recorded by Diamond Rio, Faith Hill and many LDS market artists. His song "Norma Jean Riley" was a number one hit and a Radio & Record country song of the year.

    Evolution Flatwound Bass is normally $179 USD, but until March 8th you can pick up your copy at an introduction discount of $139.

    Use the link below to watch more videos, listen to audio demos, and get all the tech specs.

    MORE INFO

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  5. All plug-ins updated, added side chain triggering to Pro-Q 3

    Feb 21, 2019

    We have just released an update for all FabFilter plug-ins, containing various bug fixes and improvements. This update is free for existing customers and we recommend everyone to update to the latest plug-in versions. So what's new in this update?

    Pro-Q 3:

    Added optional external side chain triggering to EQ bands. To use this, first click on the Auto Threshold button above the dynamic range ring to enable custom threshold mode. Next to the threshold slider, click the new External Side Chain button to enable or disable triggering on the external side chain input.

    Made the Processing Mode and Processing Resolution parameters non-automatable, to prevent automation from changing the latency during playback. In addition, all interface-only parameters such as the analyzer settings are now also non-automatable.

    Fixed bugs that could cause ringing sounds or sweeping filter effects when using higher order dynamic filtering.

    It is now possible to solo disabled bands again, like in Pro-Q 2.

    Fixed a bug that prevented copying and pasting automation from marking all parameters as changed in the preview buffer in Pro Tools, making it impossible to overwrite existing automation.

    Fixed a bug that caused the gain of a band to jump to zero when using the mouse wheel to adjust the Q in solo mode with the Gain-Q Interaction option enabled.

    Fixed a bug that caused the interface to become all white after double-clicking to edit a text value in the Audio Units plug-in in Ableton Live 10 on macOS 10.13.

    Fixed an issue that could cause the Audio Units plug-in to freeze for a while in Ableton Live when adding new bands.

    Fixed a bug in the EQ display that made it impossible to enter permanent spectrum grab mode when already in spectrum grab mode.

    Fixed a crash when entering EQ Match mode when there is no "stereo" yellow result curve in the EQ display (for example, if there are only Mid bands).

    All plug-ins:

    Updated plug-in for full compatibility with Mac hosts built specifically for macOS 10.14 (Mojave), such as Logic Pro 10.4.4, running under macOS 10.14.0 or 10.14.1. Previously this could lead to an all-black plugin interface.

    Improved the way settings are saved when multiple plug-in instances are open to make sure the last setting that was chosen is saved correctly for new instances.

    Added support for 300% scaling on 8K displays (High DPI) on Windows.

    Fixed an issue that could cause incorrect scaling of the plug-in interface in Cubase 10 or Live 10 on High DPI displays in combination with certain graphics drivers on Windows.

    Added a Refresh item to the Options submenu of the presets menu: this makes it possible to manually refresh the menu (and any V1/V2 Preset Folder submenus if available).

    Fixed a bug on Mac that could cause program changes received by one plug-in to be forwarded to other FabFilter plug-in instances.

    Pro-C 2, Pro-G: Added visualization of the plug-in input and output levels on Pro Tools control surfaces.

    Pro-C 2, Pro-G: Fixed a bug that could cause the plug-in to stay in a triggered state if Enable MIDI is turned off while the plug-in is currently triggering on a MIDI note.

    Pro-DS, Pro-L 2, Pro-MB: Added visualization of the plug-in output level on Pro Tools control surfaces.

    Pro-L 2: Improved the Pro Tools page table mapping for control surfaces.

    Pro-MB: Fixed a bug that could cause the plugin state to become corrupt, with the plugin output becoming silent in some very rare combinations of settings and audio input.

    Volcano 2: Fixed a bug that caused entering frequency values by note name (e.g. "A4") to always result in the maximum frequency value, and potentially cause a crash as well.

    Various minor bug fixes and improvements.

    The updated plug-ins are fully compatible with previous versions. The latest versions and 30-day trials are available for download now at 

    www.fabfilter.com/download.

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