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2017/01/09 11:48:35 (permalink)

My favorite free softsynths and FX

I just updated my list and thought I'd share it here.
 
[Edit: fixed a few broken links, and added a few more instruments and FX.  I tried to fix the links a while back, but the forum spam bot ate my edit.  Hope it works this time!]
 
For some good free virtual instruments, check these out:

KONTAKT 5 PLAYER
https://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/samplers/kontakt-5-player/
 
KONTAKT FACTORY SELECTION  contains 650 MB of free premium sounds and 50+ instruments for use with the free KONTAKT 5 PLAYER.
https://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/samplers/kontakt-5-player/kontakt-factory-selection/
 
AAS Player - with free Swatches sound bank
https://www.applied-acoustics.com/aas-player/

Ample Guitar M Lite II
http://www.amplesound.net/en/pro-pd.asp?id=7

Ample Bass P Lite II [this sounds really good!]
http://www.amplesound.net/en/pro-pd.asp?id=19

SynthMaster Player Free [with 300 presets]
http://www.synthmaster.com/synthmasterplayer.aspx

U-he TyrellN6 - Roland Juno 60 VA emulation with good presets
https://www.u-he.com/cms/tyrelln6
Download link:
https://www.amazona.de/fr...synth-tyrell-n6-v3-03/

U-he Zebralette - Little Zebra 2 - One oscillator from the Zebra 2
http://www.u-he.com/cms/zebralette

TX16Wx Sampler with recording, keyboard mapping, wave editing, beat slicing
http://www.tx16wx.com/

OB-Xd - Emulation of famous OB-X, OB-Xa and OB-8 synths with huge preset banks - Updated from v1.31 to v1.4 on 9 Jan 2017 - Added bank and skin browser (right click GUI / Command click on Mac)
https://obxd.wordpress.com/
http://www.discodsp.com/obxd/

Tone2 Firebird - Harmonic Content Morphing synthesis (32-bit)
https://tone2.com/html/firebird.html
 
Synth1 - Functionally it is modeled on the Clavia Nord Lead 2 Red Synth [fugly, but the sound is remarkable!!!]  The v1.13beta3 PC has a 64-bit plugin!
http://www.synth1.com/
14,000 free patches for Synth1
http://veryrandomstreams.blogspot.com/2012/03/over-10000-free-patchessounds-for-free.html
 
Virtual Playing Orchestra is a free, sfz format, sample library that attempts to emulate multiple articulations of the solo and section instruments from a full orchestra using the best samples from Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra, No Budget Orchestra, VSCO2 Community Edition, University of Iowa, Philharmonia Orchestra and extra samples from Mattias Westlund, author of Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra.
http://virtualplaying.com..tual-playing-orchestra/
 
sforzando :: Free SFZ Player - get this to play the free orchestra!
http://www.plogue.com/products/sforzando/
 
TAL Free Products - the TAL website has a lot of freebies to play around with ... a few of the virtual synth emulations like  TAL-NoiseMaker and TAL-BassLine are interesting, as well as FX like TAL Reverb-II or TAL-Chorus-LX, but never made my go-to list.  Some of them do get mentioned on various best free VST lists.
https://tal-software.com/Products
 
VST Effects - as far as free VST effects go, I'm pretty happy with the bundled FX in Sonar.  My use of VST FX is mostly as channel FX for virtual instruments, so I lack the expertise to recommend audio mixing plugins.  That said, I have found these VSTs useful.

Voxengo Span Spectrum Analyzer - similar to the analyzer in the Pro Channel QuadCurve EQ flyout
http://www.voxengo.com/product/span/

Signal Analyzer
http://www.rs-met.com/freebies.html

Anwida Soft DX Reverb Light
http://www.anwida.com/product.asp?pid=7

Melda Productions - 30 Free FX Plugins
https://www.meldaproduction.com/MFreeEffectsBundle
 
Blue Cat's Freeware Plug-ins Pack II
https://www.bluecataudio.com/Products/Bundle_FreewarePack/
 
OrilRiver by Denis Tihanov  OrilRiver is a free algorithmic reverberation plugin available in VST2 and VST3 format for any Windows.

https://www.kvraudio.com/product/orilriver-by-denis-tihanov
 
IK Multimedia Amplitube 4 Custom Shop - The AmpliTube Custom Shop desktop app is free, and contains 24 pieces of gear to start. When you download and register/authorize the software, you'll get a fully functioning "standalone" app with a built-in 2-track recorder, plus you get the plug-in version for your favorite DAW.
http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/amplitubecs/
 
These last 3 FX were recommended by bitflipper.  I tried them and agree!
 
PanCake is a free plugin for most flexible panning modulations
http://www.cableguys.com/pancake.html
 
Roth-AIR is a mixing tool for easily adding airy, crispy presence to your audio
https://www.kvraudio.com/product/roth-air-by-rothmann
 
TDR Kotelnikov is a wideband dynamics processor
http://www.tokyodawn.net/tdr-kotelnikov/
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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 11:58:56 (permalink)
Thanks abacab, very useful.
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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 12:00:08 (permalink)
thanks 
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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 12:03:56 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby abacab 2017/01/10 13:06:47
All correct answers. I'd only add Kotelnikov and PanCake.


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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 12:10:30 (permalink)
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All correct answers. I'd only add Kotelnikov and PanCake.




Done!


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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 12:19:01 (permalink)
And a number of other beauties:
ikjb Luftikus EQ & PitchDelay, Vladg Molot comp & Limiter6 & Nova-67P, Acon Multiply, Stillwell Event Horizon, Ignite PTeq 1-A, PluginAlliance (Brainworx Solo & Cleansweep & SPLFreeRanger, Elysia Niveau Filter), Klevgrand Squa****, Flux Bittersweet v3, AudioSpillage Minispillage, AudioDamage Rough Rider, Blue Cat Pack II, TDR Feedback Compressor & VOS SlickEQ & Proximity, Thomas Mundt LoudMax limiter, FXpansion Dcam free comp, Kuassa basiQ eq & Amplifikation Lite, VacuumSound ADT. RIAA & PoorPlate, SoundHack bundle+, Cerberus Ice9, EAReckon Limit & EQ & Gate & Comp, ToneBoosters V2.9.1 EZQ & OsoneSurround & OmniSone & TimeMachine & mvMeter, AudioAssault/BPB FilterCrusher, LostIn70s DeluxeAmp
 
Also, this is the best list of 2016 freebies: http://bedroomproducersbl...free-vst-plugins-2016/
 

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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 12:24:19 (permalink)
Some other beauties: VirtualCreations Ultrachopper, ikjb Luftikus EQ & PitchDelay, Vladg Molot comp & Limiter6 & Nova-67P, Acon Multiply, Stillwell Event Horizon, Ignite PTeq 1-A, PluginAlliance (Brainworx Solo & Cleansweep & SPLFreeRanger, Elysia Niveau Filter), Klevgrand Squash and others, Flux Bittersweet v3, AudioSpillage Minispillage (drum), AudioDamage Rough Rider, Blue Cat Pack II, TDR Feedback Compressor & VOS SlickEQ & Proximity, Thomas Mundt LoudMax limiter, FXpansion Dcam free comp, Kuassa basiQ eq & Amplifikation Lite, VacuumSound ADT. RIAA & PoorPlate, SoundHack bundle+, Cerberus Ice9, EAReckon Limit & EQ & Gate & Comp, ToneBoosters V2.9.1 EZQ & OsoneSurround & OmniSone & TimeMachine & mvMeter, AudioAssault/BPB FilterCrusher.
 
Best 2016 (and older) freebies list to be found at the bedroomproducersblog site. Can't post the link 'cause of bots.

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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 12:30:23 (permalink)
I don't know why Aksimet picks on you, Fleer.
 
Here's what got dropped from Fleer's post:
 
Best 2016 list: http://bedroomproducersblog.com/2016/12/29/free-vst-plugins-2016/
(you can also find their older lists on that site)
 
P.S. Next time that happens, shoot me a PM and I'll pull it out of the trash for you. Whenever we do that, Aksimet is supposed to learn from it.


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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 12:36:14 (permalink)
So that's his name  
Me and Aksimet have some unsolved business, it seems. 
I'll be Bach indeed. Thanks Bit!

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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/09 12:58:17 (permalink)
I'd also add the Acon Chorus from the 2014 KVR Developer's challenge.
 
There's also a free VST version of Wampler's Cranked AC pedal out there.  Coded by LePou, 32 bit only, but still sounds pretty good.
https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=297695
 
 
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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 09:12:08 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Fleer 2017/01/10 11:03:42
Speaking of KVR Challenge entries...I haven't decided yet if it'll make my favorites list, but I've used the Roth-AIR saturator a couple times now and am pleased with the results. I just wish it had some numbers on the dials. As it is, it's kind of a blind tweak-and-listen process. But your patience will be rewarded.


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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 09:40:52 (permalink)
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So that's his name  
Me and Aksimet have some unsolved business, it seems. 
I'll be Bach indeed. Thanks Bit!


And I'll be Mozart! Glad to see Fleer had Audio Damage comp, Rough Rider in the list. And Impact SoundWorks Stroh Violin. A violin with a metal horn on it. Why would someone make that?

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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 09:41:09 (permalink)
Because they can.

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And to make it louder for street musicians.

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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 10:12:35 (permalink)
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All correct answers. I'd only add Kotelnikov and PanCake.




Hey bit!  Thanks again for those tips!  I really love that PanCake.  Makes a nice channel effect for a synth lead or pad.  The variations in the presets really show what it can do.  Some can be very subtle, but add movement to the sound.
 
It pairs very nicely with SynthMaster! 
 
Edit: and add Roth-AIR as well!!!  Nice find!  But it's like hot sauce, a little goes a long way!
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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 11:04:56 (permalink)
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Because they can.


And it's a very nice juanita.

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How about Klanhelms free units

 
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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 11:30:15 (permalink)
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Speaking of KVR Challenge entries...I haven't decided yet if it'll make my favorites list, but I've used the Roth-AIR saturator a couple times now and am pleased with the results. I just wish it had some numbers on the dials. As it is, it's kind of a blind tweak-and-listen process. But your patience will be rewarded.



Thanks Bit.
I was unaware of this plugin. Going to try it tonight.
This plug seems to be an alternative for the "Aural Exciter" or "Sonic maximizer" type of plugs
that are used for getting more high frequencies out of your track. 
 
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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 18:09:03 (permalink)
 While not free but so often the ones that comes with DAWs are often neglected while assuming 3rd party ones are better.

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 While not free but so often the ones that comes with DAWs are often neglected while assuming 3rd party ones are better.


 
I really tried hard to limit myself to just the Cakewalk synths, and some free stuff, in order to learn to use what I've got already.
 
Some of the 3rd party stuff is redundant.  How many virtual analog synths do you really need?
 
Do you plan to create your own sounds, or surf presets all day? <rhetorical question>
 
I was doing great, until the deals on AIR, SynthMaster, and SONiVOX came along ...
 
Out of 10,000 new patches, I think I may have found 9,000 that I like!

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 While not free but so often the ones that comes with DAWs are often neglected while assuming 3rd party ones are better.


 
I really tried hard to limit myself to just the Cakewalk synths, and some free stuff, in order to learn to use what I've got already.
 
Some of the 3rd party stuff is redundant.  How many virtual analog synths do you really need?
 
Do you plan to create your own sounds, or surf presets all day? <rhetorical question>
 
I was doing great, until the deals on AIR, SynthMaster, and SONiVOX came along ...
 
Out of 10,000 new patches, I think I may have found 9,000 that I like!




Most of those are lame compared to the effects.  Then again Cakewalk has tutorials you can buy that demonstrates most of them.  The one they shouldn't have dumped was Beatscape.

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Most of those are lame compared to the effects.  Then again Cakewalk has tutorials you can buy that demonstrates most of them.  The one they shouldn't have dumped was Beatscape.




Then you are clearly just a preset surfer.  There is a lot of synth horsepower in z3ta+ or Rapture if you take the time to learn to program a synth.  With all due respect...  Really?  Lame???

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Most of those are lame compared to the effects.  Then again Cakewalk has tutorials you can buy that demonstrates most of them.  The one they shouldn't have dumped was Beatscape.




Then you are clearly just a preset surfer.  There is a lot of synth horsepower in z3ta+ or Rapture if you take the time to learn to program a synth.  With all due respect...  Really?  Lame???




Wow what an IGNORANT observation.  Look at all of the other synths. You brought up two.  With all due respect...once again ignorance. (hint:Then you are clearly a just a preset surfer.)

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Most of those are lame compared to the effects.  Then again Cakewalk has tutorials you can buy that demonstrates most of them.  The one they shouldn't have dumped was Beatscape.




Then you are clearly just a preset surfer.  There is a lot of synth horsepower in z3ta+ or Rapture if you take the time to learn to program a synth.  With all due respect...  Really?  Lame???




Wow what an IGNORANT observation.  Look at all of the other synths. You brought up two.  With all due respect...once again ignorance. (hint:Then you are clearly a just a preset surfer.)




I'm not going to debate this if you just don't understand synths.  You have a lot to learn, grasshopper.

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Most of those are lame compared to the effects.  Then again Cakewalk has tutorials you can buy that demonstrates most of them.  The one they shouldn't have dumped was Beatscape.




Then you are clearly just a preset surfer.  There is a lot of synth horsepower in z3ta+ or Rapture if you take the time to learn to program a synth.  With all due respect...  Really?  Lame???




Wow what an IGNORANT observation.  Look at all of the other synths. You brought up two.  With all due respect...once again ignorance. (hint:Then you are clearly a just a preset surfer.)




I'm not going to debate this if you just don't understand synths.  You have a lot to learn, grasshopper.




 Your sarcasm is well appreciated.

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Most of those are lame compared to the effects.  Then again Cakewalk has tutorials you can buy that demonstrates most of them.  The one they shouldn't have dumped was Beatscape.




Then you are clearly just a preset surfer.  There is a lot of synth horsepower in z3ta+ or Rapture if you take the time to learn to program a synth.  With all due respect...  Really?  Lame???




Wow what an IGNORANT observation.  Look at all of the other synths. You brought up two.  With all due respect...once again ignorance. (hint:Then you are clearly a just a preset surfer.)




I'm not going to debate this if you just don't understand synths.  You have a lot to learn, grasshopper.




 Your sarcasm is well thought out and appreciated.


 
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Most of those are lame compared to the effects.  Then again Cakewalk has tutorials you can buy that demonstrates most of them.  The one they shouldn't have dumped was Beatscape.




Then you are clearly just a preset surfer.  There is a lot of synth horsepower in z3ta+ or Rapture if you take the time to learn to program a synth.  With all due respect...  Really?  Lame???




Wow what an IGNORANT observation.  Look at all of the other synths. You brought up two.  With all due respect...once again ignorance. (hint:Then you are clearly a just a preset surfer.) I've been called every racial slur imaginable but a preset surfer is a real low blow.




I'm not going to debate this if you just don't understand synths.  You have a lot to learn, grasshopper.




 Your sarcasm is well thought out and appreciated.


 
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Ha ha this was the part I forgot to put in. I thought it might get filtered out.

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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 20:55:46 (permalink)
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Ha ha this was the part I forgot to put in. I thought it might get filtered out.




Ha! I'm done here, have a nice day!

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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 21:23:17 (permalink)
Don't do this here, guys. KVR or Gearslutz are better places for such banter.
On topic, those Klanghelm freebies are mighty fine indeed.

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Re: My favorite free softsynths and FX 2017/01/10 21:39:55 (permalink)
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Don't do this here, guys. KVR or Gearslutz are better places for such banter.
On topic, those Klanghelm freebies are mighty fine indeed.



I agree!  But maybe I'm a Cakewalk fanboy or something, but calling Cakewalk synths lame?  Them's fighting words! 
 
A response was necessary... OK, I'm done.
 
FYI, in my personal opinion, RGC Audio, and Rene G. Ceballos, are an industry standard.

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