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BlueLab Audio Plugins has discontinued the d of their products. The site will remain online for a while, but without technical support on plugins.

The price of each plugin is now set at $0 as long as the site stays online. The latest non fully tested beta versions are available too.

https://bluelab-plugs.com/plugins/

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42 minutes ago, boxed said:

Has anyone tried these before?

Would like to know too. 

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Worked for me without any issues.

*throws 28 new plugins into The Pile*

I'm gonna test 'em real soon.

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Downloader beware.  Scan these before unzipping. They came up clean with Windows Defender, but Virus Total flagged a Trojan on...  I think it was Sample Delay. 

https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home/upload

It's  a shame. I had never heard of this Dev and some of these look pretty interesting. He obviously put a LOT of work into them. 

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On 11/17/2021 at 5:47 PM, boxed said:

Has anyone tried these before?

No, but if they are free, I will try them now.
If they are good, I'll keep them, but if they are garbage, then to the trash they will go. 

I changed my mind, I am not going to try these at all.

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3 hours ago, mibby said:

Downloader beware.  Scan these before unzipping. They came up clean with Windows Defender, but Virus Total flagged a Trojan on...  I think it was Sample Delay. 

https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home/upload

It's  a shame. I had never heard of this Dev and some of these look pretty interesting. He obviously put a LOT of work into them. 

I got warning too

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Bitdefender says they are clean...and it hasn't been wrong once in the many years 
that I've been using it!

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15 hours ago, mibby said:

Downloader beware.  Scan these before unzipping. They came up clean with Windows Defender, but Virus Total flagged a Trojan on...  I think it was Sample Delay. 

https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home/upload

VirusTotal runs the files through a huge list of antivirus engines. It is really really common to find a few of them showing and marking completely safe files as trojan. What matters is what the rest of the engines, specially the most important ones, actually say. If a file is marked as trojan by 2, 3 or even 4 antivirus engines from developers that no one actually know but all the others mark it as safe is 99.99% of the time just the typical false positive. Now, if major antivirus flag a file as well as dozens of the others..... well, then it is when you actually can assume that file is really not safe.

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