17 Sites to Get Tons of Free Vst's - Hip Hop Makers Here are 17 websites where you can get tons of free VST plugins. It may take some time to pick and choose what you want on these sites, but the free sounds are worth the effort. For those who do not know, VST plugins that are virtual instruments. For example: Synth, organ, piano, etc. They can be used with software such as Cubase, FL Studio, Sonar and more. Note: I suggest you come up with a plan right away on how you want to organize these free VST instruments. Follow Hip Hop Makers on Facebook: Here is a great tutorial on installing VST plugins in FL Studio by NFX @ Warbeats.com – Warbeats Tutorial – Installing VST plugins Enjoy these free plugins for fl studio, or what ever music software you are using. Please Share to Help Us Grow! This window will close automatically in 15 seconds. Your support is appreciated and encourages us to do more. Do you sell beats or need a music website? or wait 12s
Open Ambience Project &SHEPPi& Free Spatial Enhancer Last modification: 01/19/08 19:26 Dallas' Gear REVIEW K-Stereo Ambience Processor vs. "SHEPPi" Free Spatial Enhancer "K-Stereo is a process that literally extracts the inherent ambience, space and depth in a recording and allows you to manipulate it... Let's be clear on something - I love Bob Katz. (Note to self - Is Bob planning to take over the best practices in the mastering world and label them all "K" something-or-other? In the audio world, we work from a fixed menu of ingredients beginning with Volume, Frequency and Time, working its way down into such specifics as delay, reverb, phase, modulation and distortion before hitting the general weirdness of psychoacoustic principles like masking, combination tones, Fletcher-Munson curves, HRTF plots and precedence effects. K-Stereo was something different, though. What SHEPPi describes is this. Open Ambience Project's SHEPPi Spatial Enhancer plugin (VST, Windows) does all of this. How close is this implementation to the real thing?
NG BBS — Best Free Vst Effects iVideosongs Studio - 5min.com For the beginner whose new guitar won't stay in tune - a demonstration of a correct tremolo setup. Steve Rieck: One quick tip for any beginners out there that have a tremolo equipped electric guitar and that would be most of the beginner electric guitars you will see out there in the Fender style guitars. There are different types of tremolos and this is a PRS guitar and it is little bit of a different shape. It basically is a Fender style tremolo. Some tremolos have locking nuts, which are like Floyd Rose tremolos and that's sort of different scenario, but by far the most common one is this standard Fender style tremolo. Tags: Correct tremolo setup,guitar lessons,ivideosongs,learn guitar,tremelo,tremelo set up
15 Totally Free Reverb Plug-ins That Rock Reverb is an effect that you’ll find in any mix, and you can never have enough options when it comes to crafting the right reverberation for the sound. That’s why I’ve scoured the web to come up with this list of completely free plug-ins you can try. Some will say you can never get the same quality reverb with a free plug-in and others will say it doesn’t really matter, but at the end of the day it comes down to your taste and what sounds good in your mix. 1. Ambience is a popular choice and many users consider it to be as good as a commercial reverb plug-in. 2. DX Reverb Light is a simpler version of its non-freeware big brother DX Reverb. 3. Classic Reverb is a smooth reverb with a GUI that emulates a knob-controlled rack reverb unit. 4. This Windows plug-in provides a simple but high-quality reverb that allows you to visualize the reverberation parameters in a room simulation. 5. 6. 7. It has some great variables wrapped up in a simple interface. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
8 automation tricks every producer must know | Page 2 Automation is something that every producer can benefit from using, but you might not know how it can be employed or what effect it can have on your sounds. This being the case, we've put together a list of practical examples of automation in action, complete with audio clips so that you can hear the results of its application. All of our sounds were created in Logic, but it's the principles that are important here, and these can be applied in any DAW with automation facilities. 1. Here's the electronic equivalent of the reverse cymbal. 2. Big, fat basses that evolve and grow throughout the duration of a note are all the rage, whether in dubstep, DnB or even house. 3. Left to their own devices, pads can often become dull and simply take up space. 4. Here we've programmed a basic dub part, but we occasionally wanted to delay the snare to get some characteristic heavy echoes. 5. Above a certain feedback level, delays begin to regenerate. 6. 7. 8.
free audio plugin database Plugins Listed: 2339 Welcome to the Gersic.com free audio plugin database, the largest online database of free audio plugins. We list nearly 2000 free VST plugins, free DirectX plugins, RTAS, AU, and more from developers all over the world. There are tons of excellent audio plugins available for free on the Web. Recent Comments #2950 by ronisageekI'm really groov'in on the sequencer. #2949 by ronisageekTranscender 2 has been upgraded to Transcender SE. #2948 by ronisageekI have been using Atlantis for over a year now. #2842 by angel bulbheadclick on the word Choralozoide (in yellow) or the image. #2780 by angel bobwoodscrub that; link don't work #2779 by angel bobwoodit's here; orgfree.com/mis c.html #2328 by zedisdeadAnyone have v1.0.15? #2288 by zedisdeadimo, sounds kinda lofi compared to Independence or sampletank free stuff #2287 by zedisdeadaresome filters on this one. can make some fat wobbles #1978 by dasoundjunkieOne of the single best tools I've ever used.
Songwriting Exercises - Handout Songwriting Exercises by Joel Mabus Scaffolding Stuck? Here’s an old trick to get you going. Try this exercise: A) Take some song you like — any song at all from any era, any style — just so long as it is familiar to you. B) Write a new lyric to that song. C) Take that new lyric and write completely new music to it. D) Edit. (Or you could do A-C-B-D — write the new music to the “scaffold” song and then write a new lyric.) What remains is a new song with only a hint of the “ghost” song that acted as a scaffold for the process. Listmaking Out of ideas? A list could become a song (remember “My Favorite Things” or Tom T Hall’s “I Love...”) or could be a starting pad for an essay song, enumerating facts or feelings. Focused Imaging Similar to listmaking, but more purposeful, is putting your imagination to work in creating a scene, place or mood. Imagine a perfect day in your childhood – or the day your childhood sweetheart left you. Out-of-context Images Brain dead? New Sounds Journal ©Joel Mabus 2001