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#1171 por Julius@Wikter el 29/10/2007
Analogic

ftp://ftp.externet.hu/pub/mirror/sac/sound/alogic11.zip

Sólo para los afortunados poseedores de una SB de creative. Uno de los primeros sintes analógicos decentes para pc... y a tiempo real!!!
Un monstruazo.
Lástima que no acabasen de desarrollar la versión VST o la compatibilidad ASIO.

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#1172 por texvo el 29/10/2007
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si quieres tener algo SSl esta es tu oportunidad y gratisssss.


X-ISM Plug-In - Available FREE for PC and MAC


X-ISM is a state of the art VST/AU plug-in which can interpret inter-sample peaks, allowing engineers to make informed judgements about the resultant sound quality of the mix.

There is currently a trend in the in the audio industry known euphemistically as ‘The loudness war’ in which the engineering process is driven to produce a product which is as loud as is technically possible within the constraints of the medium. Debate rages as to whether this produces problems that degrade and distort the audio. One reason for this distortion is often blamed on the presence of ‘inter-sample peaks’, where signals that are usually missed by the Fs sampling of DAW meters, may actually exceed 0dBfs in reconstruction from digital to analogue domain in some Digital to Analogue Converters (DACs).


http://www.solid-state-logic.com/music/X-ISM.html


una pega, hay que registrarse.. pero bueno .. sisndo SSL jejejeje.

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#1173 por sapristico el 30/10/2007
jiekjiek....creéis que realmente sirve para algo?...o sea, salvo para comprobar si tus convertidores DA son patateros....espero comprobar que los de mi EMU son todo lo buenos que se suponen...jurjurjur.

Bueno, es algo intrínseco al sistema que usemos....así que es mejor aprenderlo al ojo de buen cubero...y saber hasta dónde puedes llegar sin joder la marrana....

personalmente, el limiter de Modern me sigue flipando.....porque puedes limitar bombos y cajas densos, y personalmente yo no lo noto para nada en el sonido....

Hubo gente que habló mal de estos plugins...y bueno...los EQ y Compresores no serán lo de URS, pero son más que chulis....y desde luego, repito que el limiter me encantaaaaaaah!
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#1174 por texvo el 30/10/2007
si que estan guapos... pero bueno ....

tambien este sencillo ..... multipistas audio/video,

http://www.trakax.com/software/pc/download/

http://www.trakax.com/software/pc/

aqui una demo en video...

http://www.trakax.com/software/pc/demo_video/
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#1175 por Lagar el 30/10/2007
¡Ostras!

texvo: ¿Sabes si Trakax admite plugins VST?

Ya sería la reordiga.

Un saludo.
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#1176 por texvo el 30/10/2007
Lagar escribió:
¡Ostras!

texvo: ¿Sabes si Trakax admite plugins VST?

Ya sería la reordiga.

Un saludo.


hola:


DX si. por ejemplo waves ;)

por lo menos aparece alguno de los que tengo instalados ....

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#1177 por Lagar el 30/10/2007
texvo escribió:
...DX si...
De lujo tío. =D>

Un saludo.
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#1178 por Julius@Wikter el 30/10/2007
Pues fxpansion sigue teniendo online su DXtoVST adapter gratuito, así que VST también.
Alguien escribió:
personalmente, el limiter de Modern me sigue flipando.....porque puedes limitar bombos y cajas densos, y personalmente yo no lo noto para nada en el sonido....

Hubo gente que habló mal de estos plugins...y bueno...los EQ y Compresores no serán lo de URS, pero son más que chulis....y desde luego, repito que el limiter me encantaaaaaaah!


Por cierto, Daniel Lindt y su Pocket Limiter te pueden dar una alegría, aunque evidentemente tiene varios limitadores y compresores más en su ftp....

Juas juas juas!!!!
Que callao se lo tenia el Daniel Lindt!!
Nuevas y buenas

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#1179 por Julius@Wikter el 30/10/2007
El nuevo cahcarrito de TbT audio, el LA2095 Limiter Amplifier.
Un buen previo que debe sonar de muerte.
Espero que nadie lo haya presentado ya

http://www.tinbrooketales.com/

Ahí va una foto


Alguien escribió:
TLs 2095-Limiting Amplifier version 1.0

Features:

Increase gain by limiting the signal with a "pumping/saturated" character depending on pressure/release settings.

Adjustable input gain upwards.
Adjustable pressure (a mix of attack/ratio)
Adjustable release1 , the over all release time
Adjustable release2 , controls the "overload" portion of release1 where fast envelope moves will be suppressed.
Adjustable output with clip indicator, to compensate gain changes caused by the limiter.

Soft/Hard mode button, 'Soft' mode will polish the envelope curve to minimize artifacts that would be obvious on vocals ect (using more CPU)

Low Punch mode button, control an allpass filter centered around 200hz, allowing the transients to pass before the low end and
thus giving a feeling of more "clicky" or "punchy" sound (IF a low end is present that is).

Stereo Link mode button to preserve stereo field.

Stereo link quality button normal/HQ ,
'normal' will merge the left/right input signals and only process the audio on one channel. (using less CPU)
'HQ' will process both left/right channels and then join the outgoing envelope curves. (using more CPU)

The two Stereo mode buttons will be greyed out when processing a mono signal. (since they do not provide any function at that point)

Gain reduction led indicator.
A small indicator around the Gain reduction led indicator showing the output peak level.

Plugin Latency: 0 samples
supported samplerates: 44.1khz - 192khz

What to expect:

When raising the input knob the volume will slowly drop ca 6-8db in the beginning due to the fact that the limiter stage is
using ca 7db soft limiting where this is to prevent overshoots on the output to get a kind of "one knob" action.
(using less than ca 70% pressure can produce overshoots anyway)

Minimum pressure will require compensation on the output knob since the attack/ratio will let through more of the signal.
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#1180 por --64668-- el 30/10/2007
http://www.tinbrooketales.com/

Gracias Wikter, me los he bajado todos y van todos con el Reaper, je,je tienen mu buena pinta... Que tal computan?
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#1181 por --64668-- el 30/10/2007
Gracias Texvo:

Me he bajado ese que dices y ¿una especie de compresor sencillo para voces? adjunto imagen
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#1182 por Julius@Wikter el 30/10/2007
http://ddmf.eu/IIEQ%20pro.html

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Sin comentarios.
No es gratis, pero casi.

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#1183 por marcielo el 31/10/2007
Un editor midi muy poderoso, el piano-roll tiene muchas funciones muy buenas. Es freeware japonés, pero alguien de kvr (eidenk) lo ha traducido:

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/eidenk/Tem ... nglish.zip

un screenshot:

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#1184 por texvo el 31/10/2007
wzmzw escribió:
Gracias Texvo:

Me he bajado ese que dices y ¿una especie de compresor sencillo para voces? adjunto imagen


hola:

pues no sabia que traia el compresor.. si, lo he instalado y si... curioso.


es lo que dice del tema...

Introduction

Thanks for downloading the LMC-1 Listen Mic Compressor plug-in from Solid State Logic. We bet you’re itching to get started, but before you dive in we thought we’d share a little of the background of this unique compressor.

Back in 1979 Solid State Logic gave birth to a legendary recording console. The SSL SL 4000E Master Studio System forever changed how records would be recorded and mixed, heralding a new age in popular music. In less than three years, every major studio worldwide featured at a least one room with an SSL “E” Series console.

Part of the success of the “E” Series sound was born out by the rapid change in drum sounds that occurred on recordings from that period, all of which took advantage of the compressors and gates in every channel. When used together with the side chain trigger options, rhythm tracks exploded out of the speakers. The success of the sound was so prevalent, that early manufacturers of digital reverbs all attempted emulations of the classic SSL analogue 'gated ambience mic' drum sound.

The SSL Listen Mic Compressor was the secret weapon in many producers sonic arsenal of recording techniques. Originally designed to prevent overloading the return feed from a studio communications mic, its fixed attack and release curves were eminently suitable for use on ambient drums mics. Of course, we’d like to take all the credit for this great sound, but as usual, it was the creativity of SSL users that led to the idea.

Long-time SSL user Hugh Padgham is credited with the ‘discovery’ while he was working as an engineer on Peter Gabriel’s Intruder at Townhouse Studios. Whilst searching for a great drum sound, Padgham had engaged the Listen Mic Compressor in order to hear talkback from Phil Collins behind the drum kit. The resulting drum tone was exactly what they had been looking for. Overnight the console was hastily rewired by Chris Jenkins, chief-engineer at the Townhouse, (and now director of commercial applications at SSL!) to allow the drums to be put to tape through the Listen Mic Compressor. The result was a classic drum sound that can be heard on tracks as diverse as Phil Collins’ ‘In The Air Tonight’ through to the eponymous debut of US hair-metallers Skid Row.


gracias por el aviso... ;)

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#1185 por texvo el 31/10/2007
hola:


recordar que la revista CM trae este mes el "dance ejay 6", vamos que por 6 euros para los que no los tengan, todos los plug VST, los hay muy buenos tanto en efectos como en sintes y el ejay6.. no esta mal...

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