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  1. https://www.auddict.com/celestial-voices-ceres I saw this listed as a one-day only giveaway which was posted yesterday afternoon.
  2. https://www.musicradar.com/news/deezer-introduces-spleeter-a-free-tool-that-anyone-can-use-to-create-stems-from-stereo-audio-files I don't know if this is any good, but it promises to split an audio file into stems.
  3. Element v0.40.0 Posted on October 25, 2019 by mfisher Element v0.40.0 is now available. If you previously purchased Pro or SE, downloads are in your account area. If you’re a Patron, downloads are available on the installers page. Public Binary Release – Downloads for this version are also available on GitHub Changes in this version Preliminary support for Mac OS Catalina Removed all unlocking functions Changed to GPL license Opened the Source Code on GitHub Bug reporting and feature requests are now public (work in progress) Posted in Releases https://kushview.net/article/category/releases/
  4. From Audio Animals. Very '80s. The audio demo's a hoot. https://www.audioanimals.co.uk/shop/sample-shop/yamaha-pss-480
  5. A few weeks ago I "found" a plugin I liked but I didn't download it because I didn't want to get side tracked from what I was doing at the time. Now I can't find it. The free plug-in takes an existing kick drum sound and enhances it to make the kick drum sound massive. I think it's sort of like a kick drum style dial since I don't remember it having a lot of user controls or much of a GUI interface. It's pretty much a one trick pony but it performs it's one trick very well. If anyone knows of an effect like that please share a link here.
  6. Early this month, Reverb gave away their Roland TR-808 Sample Pack. Now their Roland TR-808 +50 drum machines https://reverb.com/software/samples-and-loops/reverb/3514-reverb-drum-machines-the-complete-collection
  7. Nice sounding free reverb comparable to some commercial products. Page link: https://github.com/michaelwillis/dragonfly-reverb Direct download links: 64 bit VST 32 bit VST MacOS Linux A small thread on VI Control regarding this... https://vi-control.net/community/threads/dragonfly-reverb-very-nice-free-reverb.77946/ Edit - Update!: Michael has released another nice reverb (also free) - "Dragonfly Room" ! More info in posts below. June 4th update: Dragonfly Room 2.0.0 release candidate is now available. If no major bugs are reported, this will be promoted to an official 2.0.0 release. Direct download links: 64 bit Windows 64 bit MacOS 64 bit Linux
  8. If you want to try sampling and already tried tx16wx and found it to be to much... Try Grace sampler. It works with CbB and is one of the easiest samplers to understand. (In my opinion). http://www.onesmallclue.com/plugin/grace/ PS. It is freeware.
  9. 35 free zine graphic texture overlays. Might come in handy if you dabble graphics. https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/free-zine-texture-overlays A small sample of the textures you’ll get in this free pack.
  10. Another thread got me thinking about arpeggiators. I realized that the ones I have are bound to a particular synth or sampler library and most can't export the MIDI pattern of what they're playing which can make it a hassle if you want to enhance the part (let's say double a part with another instrument) or change the instrument. Yeah you might be able to use Melodyne and convert the audio to MIDI but that's a lot more work/hassle than just using something that can generate the MIDI patterns (arpeggios, chords, strums, finger picking or whatever) in the first place. These are what I found. List is in alphabetical order. Unless noted the following are only arpeggiators. Arp4midi by xoxos (Windows) - free! ArpLite2 by SynArp (Windows) - free! BlueARP by Oleg Mikheev (Mac, Windows) - free! Cakewalk FX Arpeggiator - MIDI FX plugin comes with Cakewalk/Sonar. Cthulhu by Xferrecords (Mac, Windows) $39 >> Arpeggiator, Chord analyzer & generator hypercyclic by mucoder (Linux, Mac, Windows) - free! Kirnu by Arto Vaarala (Mac, Windows) - free! Kirnu Cream by Kirnuarp (Mac, Windows, iPad) - €35 >>standalone/plugin versions, chords as well as arpeggio patterns, ... midiChords by VST4Free (Mac, Windows) - free! >> Chords & basic strumming, imports Cubase/Nuendo Chorder .xml presets, ... Obelisk by FrozenPlain (Mac, Windows) - $25 >> Chords generator only RandARP by CodeFN42 (Windows) - free! Riffer by audiomodern (Mac, Windows) - €49 >> random melody/pattern generator. Not really an arpeggiator but can (kinda) be used as one. I haven't used any of these so have no personal comments other than Cthulhu and BlueARP seem to have the most positive buzz online. Feel feel to comment about what you use and your experiences good or bad.
  11. Sample Manager by ADSR Sounds updated to version 1.2 https://www.adsrsounds.com/software-fx/sample-manager/ Price: Free! ADSR Sample Manager is designed to keep a project in the flow in standalone or keep all the action right in a DAW: Automatically tags all samples in a flash. All samples searchable in an instant. Standalone or VST/AU. Hear samples in the context of music with MIDI input. Drag samples directly into a project. Key detection and transpose to key. Use multiple instances directly in a project. Loops sync to project tempo. Trim sample start and end points. Play samples forward, revers or ping pong. Save favourite sounds and searches. Use with services like Splice, Noiiz and Loopcloud. Inspiration with the random button.
  12. The updated version of TAL-Reverb-4 comes with a freshly designed user interface and implements multiple algorithm updates which were aimed at improving the sound quality. The plugin is now more flexible, providing direct control over multiple algorithm parameters like modulation amount and rate, reverb diffusion, and room size. This allows the user to customize TAL-Reverb-4’s plate reverb algorithm to better suit a wider variety of sound sources and mixing scenarios. https://tal-software.com/products/tal-reverb-4
  13. Sign up & get free profiles from Tone Junkie. This w/e it's the Budha Twin 10 & some Acoustic profiles. Check it out here-
  14. Wavosaur free audio editor for Windows. https://www.wavosaur.com Not a new item but a very handy one. A lightweight but powerful little app that's great for quick clean ups or edits, etc. From programmer's website: Wavosaur is a cool free sound editor, audio editor, wav editor software for editing, processing and recording sounds, wav and mp3 files. Wavosaur has all the features to edit audio (cut, copy, paste, etc.) produce music loops, analyze, record, batch convert. Wavosaur supports VST plugins, ASIO driver, multichannel wav files, real time effect processing. The program has no installer and doesn't write in the registry. Use it as a free mp3 editor, for mastering, sound design. The Wavosaur freeware audio editor works on Windows 98, Windows XP and Windows Vista. Go to the features page for an overview of the software. Direct download links: 32 bit 64 bit If you find the app useful consider going to the programmer's web site and making a donation.
  15. https://projectsam.com/libraries/the-free-orchestra-2-sordino-violins/
  16. https://www.2getheraudio.com/instruments/ticky_clav_2/ Thanks to everyone who picked up the Cheeze Machine 2 update. If you didn't get it yet, click here. Next up is Ticky Clav 2 and it's available now. The full story is below, or feel free to just click here. It's free after all. An emulation of a Hohner Clavinet® that uses physical modeling technology Perfectly smooth transitions up and down the keyboard Original Clav single coil pickups switch Expanded tone controls including brightness, damping and bridge and neck balancing Wah effect with user parameter control 64 bit Mac and Windows compatible Supports VST, AU, AAX DAW formats plus a Standalone app for use without a DAW Ticky Clav 2 Update (now by 2getheraudio, my new company)
  17. Full Bucket Music has released ModulAir 1.0 – a free polyphonic modular synthesizer for Mac & Windows. ModulAir, previously available as a public beta, is a modular polyphonic software synthesizer for Microsoft Windows (VST) and Apple macOS (VST/AU), written in native C++ code for high performance and low CPU consumption. The developer notes, “ModulAir is a work in progress and as of now with only a bunch of quirky presets and a lousy documentation. I am constantly adding modules and stuff to it. :-)” Features: Fully modular architecture Up to 18 modules per patch 43 module types available Polyphonic Voice and monophonic Master modules Up to 64 voices polyphony External signal processing possible TUN/SCL micro-tuning file import MIDI Learn – all parameters can be controlled by MIDI CC Double precision audio processing Plug-in supports Windows and macOS (32 bit and 64 bit) ModulAir is a free download in VST and AU plugin formats. Pricing and Availability ModulAir is available now as a free download for Mac & Windows. Donations are encouraged to help support future development.
  18. The gorgeous sound of this unique Pennsylvania-made violin (ca 1895) available in three convenient versions: Kontakt, Ableton S*mpler, and SFZ. Download Here
  19. This freebie (until Feb 14) just updated with a vst3 version via Aquarius (also updated to v2.1.001) http://acustica-audio.com/pages/specials/acustica-audio-ceil
  20. https://www.splashsound.org/free.html 3 free Kontakt libs from Splash Sound Percussion Elements https://www.splashsound.org/percussionelements.html PERCUSSION ELEMENTS - is a Free Try Pack of the library Splash Sound: Epic Percussion. Combination of 4 microphones’ positions (Close / Overhead / Room / Hall) gives you an essential sound that suits your creative ideas. From close and dry sound to long massive hall. 21 built-in rhythmic phrases with auto project time stretch that were added to motivate your creative process. All required effects (Eq, Compressor, Revrb, Punish) are included in library’s interface and get quickly change essential characteristics of sound. Wooden Xylophone https://www.splashsound.org/woodenxylophone.html Library included instruments: Mallets Patch. Sticks Patch. Concert Vibraphone https://www.splashsound.org/vibraphone.html Library included instruments: Main Patch Soft Patch Staccato Patch Mute Patch Samples: WAV format, 44.1kHz / 24bit, stereo. Total samples size: 822mb.
  21. Total Composure Orchestra is available as a free download. It requires the full version of Kontakt 5. https://www.samplescience.ca/2019/02/the-total-composure-orchestra.html SampleScience has shared Total Composure Orchestra (TCO), a free orchestral sample library for Kontakt 5, created using only samples that are in the public domain. Here’s what they have to say about it: “Total Composure is the first to offer such a library exclusively for the Kontakt format; making use of Kontakt’s scripting capabilities to greatly enhance the playability, realism, and functionality of these public domain samples. The scripting aims to provide similar functionality across the different instrument groups, whatever the instrument; while more specific settings play to the strength of each instrument. Most of the instruments only contain one set of samples per articulation, and some only have one recorded dynamic layer – this is one of the many limitations we have found with using public domain samples. We have overcome these issues using a variety of physical modeling techniques that enhance the audio material. Using dynamic filters and intelligent repetition scripting we have removed the limitation of single dynamic recordings and solitary sample sets. Although we have put a lot of work into this product it is important to remember that at its core are the samples provided free of charge by a small number of people. Total Composure has gathered these samples from various locations and brought them all to one place where they can be used together. There are over 1500 samples in this library totaling more than 1.5 GB but we have used Kontakt’s lossless compression to crunch the size to less than 500MB.”
  22. Voxengo SPAN 3.2 FFT spectrum analyzer plugin released Discuss Go to product's page Feb 13, 2019: Voxengo SPAN version 3.2 update is now available for download. SPAN is a free real-time “fast Fourier transform” audio spectrum analyzer plugin for professional music and audio production applications. For the most part it was derived from Voxengo GlissEQ dynamic parametric equalizer and reproduces its spectrum analysis functionality. SPAN is available in AudioUnit, AAX, VST and VST3 plug-in formats (including native 64-bit support), for macOS, and Windows computers. List of changes in version 3.2: Fixed issue with "Spectrum Offset" display modes. Fixed display "notching" of high-resolution spectrum. Added Retina support on macOS, and automatic high-resolution UI size adjustment on Windows. Added "anti-aliasing" spectrum display mode. https://www.voxengo.com/product/span/
  23. Sarp FREE Multilane Arpeggiator Showcase Version: Kontakt 5.8.1 / NCW / V1 https://www.kontakthub.com/product/sarp-free/ As said in the description below: Sometimes its easier to just do rather than say, and our unique and creative arpeggiator is one such time. We've used the engine inside SARP in a range of products, Folio Bass, Phenomena, and others. We wanted to give you an opportunity to try the sequencer for free so you can learn how to use it to its potential before you purchase any of the full products that use the same arp. So here it is stand-alone and for-free. SARP showcases our advanced 'Multi-key' sequencer. Unlike other sequencers, this enables you to run up to 8 different sequencers at the same time- based on how many and which notes are pressed on your keyboard. The first lane corresponds to the first key pressed, the second lane to the second key and so on. It's incredibly flexible and easy to use. There's only 8 voices to select from (2 Basses from Folio Bass, 2 voices from Phenomena, 2 from the up-coming KeyTone and 2 drum kits from the up-coming Folio Drums), so it's never going to be your go-to sound source, but for creative poly-rhythmic arpeggiations we think its unsurpassed. You can make Kontakt send midi notes out so you can even place your sound-source-of-choice right after SARP-Kontakt in your DAW to get arpeggiated sequences using other instruments. So it should be really really useful straight out of the box.
  24. https://www.gog.com/game/distraint_deluxe_edition Free GOG Game: "Distraint Deluxe Ed" others on sale Giveaway ends on Jan 25, 2019 at 2 PM UTC.
  25. Sonic Visualiser by Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London has been updated to v3.2.1. Direct Windows 64 download Direct Windows 32 download Direct Mac download Direct Linux (Ubuntu) download Sonic Visualiser is an application for viewing and analysing the contents of music audio files. The aim of Sonic Visualiser is to be the first program you reach for when want to study a musical recording rather than simply listen to it. As well as a number of features designed to make exploring audio data as revealing as possible, Sonic Visualiser also has powerful annotation capabilities to help describe what you find, and the ability to run automated annotation and analysis plugins. Features include sophisticated spectrogram views; multi-resolution waveform and data displays; manual annotation of time points and curves; measurement capabilities from spectrogram and spectrum; playback at any speed; looping and playback of discontiguous selections; ability to apply standard audio effects and compare the results with their inputs; and support for onset detection, beat tracking, structural segmentation, key estimation and many other automated feature extraction algorithms via Vamp audio analysis plugins. Sonic Visualiser contains features for the following: Load audio files in WAV, Ogg and MP3 formats, and view their waveforms. Look at audio visualisations such as spectrogram views, with interactive adjustment of display parameters. Annotate audio data by adding labelled time points and defining segments, point values and curves. Overlay annotations on top of one another with aligned scales, and overlay annotations on top of waveform or spectrogram views. View the same data at multiple time resolutions simultaneously (for close-up and overview). Run feature-extraction plugins to calculate annotations automatically, using algorithms such as beat trackers, pitch detectors and so on. Import annotation layers from various text file formats. Import note data from MIDI files, view it alongside other frequency scales, and play it with the original audio. Play back the audio plus synthesised annotations, taking care to synchronise playback with display. Select areas of interest, optionally snapping to nearby feature locations, and audition individual and comparative selections in seamless loops. Time-stretch playback, slowing right down or speeding up to a tiny fraction or huge multiple of the original speed while retaining a synchronised display. Export audio regions and annotation layers to external files. The design goals for Sonic Visualiser are: To provide the best available core waveform and spectrogram audio visualisations for use with substantial files of music audio data. To facilitate ready comparisons between different kinds of data, for example by making it easy to overlay one set of data on another, or display the same data in more than one way at the same time. To be straightforward. The user interface should be simpler to learn and to explain than the internal data structures. In this respect, Sonic Visualiser aims to resemble a consumer audio application. To be responsive, slick, and enjoyable. Even if you have to wait for your results to be calculated, you should be able to do something else with the audio data while you wait. Sonic Visualiser is pervasively multithreaded, loves multiprocessor and multicore systems, and can make good use of fast processors with plenty of memory. To handle large data sets. The work Sonic Visualiser does is intrinsically processor-hungry and (often) memory-hungry, but the aim is to allow you to work with long audio files on machines with modest CPU and memory where reasonable. (Disk space is another matter. Sonic Visualiser eats that.).
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