Free Unstable VST Ready To FSU

unstableDe La Mancha has re-released unstable – a VST for Windows that they say ‘likes to mess around with your audio pitch’ – as a free download.

It features 3 subtle pitch modulation modes to simulate the unpredictable pitch instability of an old tape machine or an analogue synth.

They note, “It doesn’t only do subtle though, you can also put it in ‘insane’ mode if you’d rather just FSU.” Continue reading

Eventide UltraChannel Native Channel Strip Available As A Free Download

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Eventide has released UltraChannel Native – a 64-bit native channel strip plug-in – as a free download through July 8th, 2014.

UltraChannel Native is a plugin (AU, VST, and AAX64) for Mac and PC. It offers micro pitch functionality, stereo delays with variable feedback paths, plus two stages of compression, gating, and five bands of parametric EQ. Continue reading

Free Download – Node, For NI Kontakt

NODE-PNGAudiomodern has released Node – a free download for NI Kontakt.

Here’s what they have to say about Node:

NODE for NI KONTAKT is a Low End sytnh patch, from a custom analog synthesizer with a unique Sub bass sound.

Featrures Mono mode , Portamento with time parameter & Unisono with Detune parameter.

Kontakt Version 5.2.16 is required. An valid email address is required for the download.

EigenD – A Free and Open Music Performance Environment

This video, via developer Geert Bevin, is an introduction to EigenD – a general purpose music performance environment.

While EigenD was developed for using with the Eigenlabs Eigenharp, it’s grown into a free, open source performance platform, for all digital music instruments and controllers. Continue reading

5 Free Audio Effects For Windows

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B. Serrano has released IO – a collection of five free audio effects for Windows.

A unique aspect of the effects is that they all feature sophisticated envelope control. Default time values are in seconds and duration is theorically infinite. So the control envelop can run from nanoseconds to minutes or even hours. Continue reading