FreeMod | Free VST / AU / AAX Stereo Phase Modulator

FreeMod | Free VST / AU / AAX Stereo Phase Modulator by Audiority

FreeMod is a free stereo phase modulator in VST, AU and AAX format, able to twist your sound with tremolo-like effects, low-fi audio and FM like sounds.

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Abletunes Knobs | Free AU / VST DIstortion, Transient Shaper & Reverb

Abletunes Knobs | Free AU / VST Distortion, Transient Shaper & Reverb

Abletunes Knobs are three free AU / VST Distortion, transient shaper & reverb plugins by Abletunes for both MAC & Windows in 32 bits and 64 bits.

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Xpand 2 | Multitimbral Workstation

Xpand 2 | Multitimbral Workstation Free for a limited time

Air Music Technology and DontCrack are pleased to offer you Xpand!2 absolutely FREE of Charge for a limited time (reg. $69.99). Yes, the original and the best Multitimbral Workstation Software ever created can be yours.

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Areena | Free Vst / AU Reverb Plugin

Areena | Free Vst / AU Reverb Plugin

Areena is a free algorithmic reverb featuring plate and room algorithms plugin. Plate emulates the sound of real hardware plate reverbs, while room was designed to emulate a small room.

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Little Plate | Free Reverb Plugin by Soundtoys For A Limited Time Only

Little Plate | Free Reverb Plugin by Soundtoys For A Limited Time Only

Little Plate is a free AAX, VST and Audio Units reverb plug-in. Little Plate is available for FREE through November 22 (reg. $99).To create their first dedicated reverb plug-in, they collected plate reverbs from around the world, including five immense original EMT 140s, which are still considered the finest example of the plate reverb sound.

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Argotlunar | Free Granulator VST / AudioUnit

Argotlunar | Free Granulator VST / AudioUnit by Michael Ourednik

Argotlunar is a free VST & AudioUnit tool for creating surreal transformations of audio streams. Specifically, it is a real-time delay-line granulator. It disintegrates an audio stream into short samples (grains). Each grain can have random settings of amplitude, panning, duration, delay, pitch, glissando, filter and envelope. The output of all grains is mixed together into a stream which can be fed back into the main input.

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