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Here you will find a whole archive of links to Audio Production Software, VST, DX, RTAS & AU instruments & Effects, as well as links to other useful software.
You will also find audio links here too, including breaks & samples, a capellas, DJ/radio mixes, albums, compilations and cool music videos.


Everything on here is from links I've found on the web, i haven't uploaded any of this stuff myself.
I have tested and do use some of this stuff but not all of it, its a good idea to scan anything you download before using it just to be safe :)
The stuff here is intended as 'try before you buy', if you like this stuff please buy it, if not... delete.

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Sunday, 13 July 2008

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Ugo Disturbance v1.0

VSTi Disturbance v1.0 Loop & sample mangling, glitching, randomizing
-------------------- *Bug Report*: big rendering bug in Disturbance. A fix will be released very soon. Until then, the slice length, filter, sequenced pitch, and dirt sequencers can only be rendered in real time, not offline. fixed inversion 1.1 --------------------
Overview: Disturbance is primarily intended for the glitching/mangling of drum loops but it can also be useful with melodic material, vocals, and pretty much anything else you want to get glitchy with.
Disturbance is similar to a slicer, but a bit different. It works by chopping up a loop into 64 equal parts (no beat detection), then sequencing their playback, and each slice in Disturbance has its own loop point.
In addition to offering several playback order options, Disturbance also offers sequenced filtering, distortion, pitch shifting, and slice length well as various playback randomizations, dual delays, and non sequenced pitch shifting which can even be set to track MIDI note input, allowing you to turn anything you feed into Disturbance into a synth oscillator.
Disturbance can be used to create subtle or standard variations and effects, or it can warp your source material into something completely new. You can even adjust the start and end points of the sequencer to help you create odd time signature loops.
Additionally, you can even turn off the clock and use your Modulation wheel (CC1) to move forwards and backwards through the loop, almost like a wavetable.
Sequencer related features: - Slice length reduction - Filter cutoff (low or high pass filtering) - Pitch shifting - Dirt (distortion + downsampling + filtering) - Slice reverse - Random slice - 4 sequencer direction options - Mod wheel control over playback - Sequencer jitter effect - Host BPM sync or internal clock - Sequencer start/end point adjustment
Additional features: - Built in file browser - Dual Delay - Velocity sensitivity - Pitch Shifter with the option of fixed (non-sequenced) setttings, MIDI note tracking, and portamento. - 64 example/tutorial presets to get you started

Ugo M-theory v1.0

VSTi M-theory Hybrid Modeling Synth
Overview M-theory is a hybrid synth that is built around the Karplus-Strong delay based physical modeling technique, and uses samples, VA oscillators, and noise to drive the delay based oscillator; resulting in a very wide range of high quality synthetic and hybrid acoustic modeled sounds.
M-theory is the successor to the highly popular String Theory and, in comparison to its predecessor, M-theory is far more flexible and delivers a much higher quality tone, with greater depth, clarity, and character.
Feature-wise, It has many more tone shaping options, expanded filtering, more effects, programmable arps (clock gate), a dedicated bow/sustain mode, dampening, and more. One of the biggest feature changes is the option to use samples as exciters for the delay oscillators...but this is most definitely not a rompler.
How it works The best way to think about the two part oscillator section in M-theory, and how samples can work in it, is to consider a guitar string. The string is under tension, but it needs outside intervention to get it vibrating. You can pluck it with your fingers, use a plastic or metal pick, you can bow it, hit it with a drum stick, etc. In each case, the resulting sound is still very much one of a string but it will differ depending on how you chose to make the string vibrate, and with what material.
In M-theory, the delays can be though of as the guitar string, and the exciters can be thought of as what you used to make that guitar string vibrate. So just as how different objects/materials will produce a different tones on a guitar string, using different sources as exciters in M-theory will lend some of their tone to the delays, but the overall sound still is the sound of the delays and not so much the exciters. In fact, when you use samples you'll find that remarkably little of the original sound will actually be retained, but they can have a very large effect on the tone of the synth.
M-theory provides 3 options for exciters: 24 built-in samples, user loaded samples, or virtual analog oscillators (including noise) and you can have two of them feeding the delays at once, each imparting a bit of its tone to the overall sound.
Key Features - Karplus-Strong style synthesis engine - Dual exciters, each with the option of samples, VA or noise sources - Option to load your own samples - Independent low, band, high, and all pass filters - Dual programmable arpeggiators and an extra MIDI note trigger/doubler feature - Built in tremolo, metal effect, chorus, delay, and reverb. - 320 presets

Ugo Metallurgy v1.5

VST Metallurgy v1.5 Killer multi effect
Awarded a perfect 10 out of 10 score in Computer Music Magazine! (issue 99)
Metallurgy is a PC VST multi effect that is capable of providing sounds ranging from some basic, subtle, filter tweaks to twisted, complex, walls of sound that bear virtually no resemblance to the original audio.
Metallurgy offers 3 filters with multiple modulation options, 2 very digital distortions, 2 downsamplers, dual delay, an envelope follower, a gate sequencer, and a Metal effect that, in addition to flanging and metallic effects, also provides the ability to produce pitched sequences. You can even play the pitches via MIDI input, nearly turning Metallurgy into an synth in it's own right.
Metallurgy was designed with drums, bass, and synths in mind, but it works well with a wide variety of input material and is useful for many styles of music. I always encourage experimentation with all my VST's but it's especially so with this one since, by virtue of being an effect, you can run anything you want through it. So just feed it lots of different stuff, see what it spits out, and have fun!
Metal effect - For metallic sounds, flanging, and sequenced notes - 16 step pitch sequencer with a 5 octave note range, portamento, and sequence length - MIDI input option - LFO
Filters - Low pass, band pass, and high pass - All 3 filters can function at the same time, running in parallel - Each filter has it's own LFO, which can control both cutoff and pan - 16 step sequencer with mod amount control for each filter, glide, and sequence length - Each filter has its own volume control - Each filter has its own pan control
Filth 1 and 2...each includes: - Downsampler - Distortion with 3 modes - LFO controls the downsamplers (8 modes, including positive and negative options) - Filth 1 = pre filter, Filth 2 = post filter
Gate + Pan sequencer - 16 steps - Option to sequence the gate, pan or both - Gate length control - Mix control
Dual Delay - Each has its own time controls - Stereo width adjustment
Envelope follower - Modulate any/all of the 3 filter cutoffs - Modulate Metal time + the Metal's all pass filter - Modulate input volume - Modulate effect mix - Amount, attack and decay controls
Randomizer for most sections
Midi CC control over nearly all parameters
Host BPM sync for LFOs and sequencers, as well as an optional internal clock
Mono signal path
No annoying copy protection schemes!
512 Categorized presets by: Canned Heat Darrell Burgan / Spirit Canyon Audio dystonia_ek H.G. Fortune Jeremy Janzen / Floyd Stephan Muesch / rsmus7 Tim Conrardy / Algomusic WaveRider Roben Stobenz Dave Wallin / White Noise Audio Frank Genus / ToTc / Pro-Sounds Donovan Stringer / Sickle Highkoo Anke Jeff Rhodes / Perimeter Sound Arts Ugo

Ugo Ironhead v1.5

VSTi Ironhead v1.5 Morphing Synthetic Junk Percussion Kit
What's New in 1.5: - Greatly improved sound and flexibility - New master pitch control for each instrument - Noise control for the Bonks - Drum trigger buttons - Improved kit randomizer - Interface enhancements - All new presets
Ironhead Overview: Easy Interface Ironhead's interface has been built to provide a simple set of controls that make it fast, easy, and fun to use. With Ironhead, you can get to a cool and interesting percussion sound quickly, without having to get too caught up in all the synth programming details of how to get there.
Synthetic Junkyard Percussion Ironhead has been designed to provide sounds that will likely be different from the other percussion sources you have, increasing the chances of you finding something that will spice up your tracks, while minimizing the chances of overlap with your existing synths and samples. This lets Ironhead work well not just as a primary percussion source, but also as a secondary source for layering with loops and other drum synths. Ironhead's sound is best thought of as synthetic junk percussion and the 15 instruments in Ironhead's kit are named after the types of sounds they produce. Ironhead can go from familiar drum/percussion sounds to wild sweeps, thumps, knocks, smacks, clangs, and bangs...and always with its own unique character.
Morphing & Variance To add further life and movement to your grooves, Ironhead offers two types of modulation: Morphing and Variance.
Ironhead's morphing allows you morph, or switch, between two different control states for each instrument. The results can be anything from just a quick jump to a different sound, to subtle shifts and sweeps, to wild experimental sounds. Morphing can be turned on or off individually for each drum and the morphing can be controlled via BPM synced LFO, the mod wheel on your keyboard / midi CC, VST automation, or just with your mouse.
The Variance feature allows you to set an adjustable degree of random variation in the sound. This feature is independently available for each instrument in the kit and, with this function turned on, each hit to that drum will sound randomly different. Lower settings provide subtle variations that are useful for making grooves feel less repetitious, while higher settings can provide dramatically different sounds that are fun for fills and experimental purposes.
Outputs If you require more sound shaping than what is provided onboard, Ironhead also has 4 stereo outputs that are assignable per instrument...allowing you to run specific pieces of the kit through whatever external processing you want. To help get you rolling with extra effects, Ironhead comes bundled with Tunguska, a morphing multi effect that was built especially for use with Ironhead!
(Ironhead sounds great with Metallurgy too! Buy both and get a discount.)
Features: - Fast, fun, and easy interface - 15 unique sounding percussion instruments - Morphing (controled by LFO, automation, MIDI) - Variance - Dual delay (BPM sync with dotted notes) - Kit randomizer
128 Kits By: - Runagate - Antoine Bertier - Psy-T - Jim Cloud - Canned Heat - Ugo

Ugo Tunguska v1.1

VST Tunguska v1.1 Morphing Multi Effect
Overview Tunguska is a multi effect that was designed especially to be a companion to Ironhead. It can be useful as a master effect for the whole kit, or on specific percussion sounds sent to Tunguska from Ironhead's additional outputs. (or used with any other audio source.)
Tunguska's two key components are its granulator and filter, both of which can be morphed between two states, allowing you to bring additional movement to your grooves.
Tunguska may be a small effect, but the effect it can have over incoming audio can range from subtle tweaks to your sound, to mutating it into something completely different from the original...and all with the same fast and easy interface style of Ironhead.
Features: - Fast and fun interface style of Ironhead - Pitch shifting granulator (morphable) - Resonant filter (morphable) - Distortion - Downsampling - Dual delay (BPM sync with dotted notes) - Morphing (controled by LFO, automation, MIDI) - Envelope follower - Stereo signal path - 32 presets
New in 1.1 - New presets by Perimeter Sound Arts, Elvar Aron, and Ugo - Minor bug fixes - Minor GUI enhancements



Anonymous said...

are any of these for MAC?

howwwL said...

sadly they do not apear to be mac

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re-up if possible

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