Estudio gratuito en Windows

#1081 por texvo el 30/09/2007

Electric Piano MkI & MkII Free Bank:

Electric DigiChrome Piano WAVE & HALION & KONTAKT & NNXT + ReFill - 24Mb (17Mb) Mirror1 Mirror2

Electric DigiChrome Piano SF2 - 18Mb (10Mb) Mirror1 Mirror2

Electric DigiChrome Piano DS404 - 18Mb (10Mb) Mirror1 Mirror2


Proselyte Breaks n Beats Free Kit:

Proselyte Breaks n Beats Free Kit - 135Mb (104Mb) Mirror1 Mirror2


Soeren Bovbjerg's FREE Piano Instruments

Very good free pianos converted to newer selected formats with the authors approval

Fazioli Grand Piano 1.3 Bright DS404 - 11Mb Mirror1 Mirror2

Fazioli Grand Piano 1.3 Dynamic DS404 - 16Mb Mirror1 Mirror2

Fazioli Grand Piano 1.3 Reverb DS404 - 16Mb Mirror1 Mirror2

Fazioli Grand Piano 1.3 - Halion - Kontakt - - 18Mb (12Mb) Mirror1 Mirror2

Steinway Bright Piano 1.2 DS404 - 11Mb Mirror1 Mirror2

Steinway Bright Piano 1.2 Reverb DS404 - 11Mb Mirror1 Mirror2

Steinway Bright Piano 1.2 - Halion - Kontakt - - 12Mb (8Mb) Mirror1 Mirror2

Steinway Grand Piano 1.2 DS404 - 29Mb Mirror1 Mirror2

Steinway Grand Piano 1.2 Reverb DS404 - 29Mb Mirror1 Mirror2

Steinway Grand Piano 1.2 - Halion - Kontakt - - 32Mb (24Mb) Mirror1 Mirror2

Soeren Bovbjerg's FREE Piano Instruments.rfl - REFILL 22Mb Mirror1 Mirror2

May sound a little different then Bovbjerg's original versions


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#1082 por obsidiana el 05/10/2007
Swami Project

The Swami Project - Sampled Waveforms And Musical Instruments - is a collection of free software for editing and sharing MIDI instruments and sounds. Swami aims to provide cross platform (Linux, Windows and Mac OSX) instrument editing and sharing software for instrument formats such as SoundFont, DLS and GigaSampler.

Espero les sea util.,
#1083 por obsidiana el 05/10/2007
Y algunas cosillas ok!

Soundfile Editors & Utilities

General Audio Editors

Audacity - cross-platform soundfile editor with many nice features
AudioCutter - Cinema "audio processing for the more sophisticated demandings"
DAP - Richard Kent's digital audio editor/processor with XForms GUI
Eisenkraut - audio editor with playback via SuperCollider3
GLAME - audio processor and sound editor
GNoise - a new soundfile editor, can handle very large files
GNUsound - sound editor with support for multiple tracks and 8, 16, or 24/32-bit samples
JaWavedit - WAV file editor written in Java
Jokosher - multi-track non-linear audio editor, requires Python
KWave - a very good soundfile editor for KDE by Martin Wilz
Lamp - the Linux Audio Mangling Project soundfile editor
LAoE - Olivier Gäumann's "Layer-based AudiO Editor", requires Java2
Marlin - a sample editor for GNOME
MiXViews - soundfile editor + analysis/synthesis engine
Nightingale - a simple soundfile editor, especially useful for cutting up large WAV files
ReZound - is a "... graphical audio file editor primarily for but not limited to the Linux operating system"
Snd -
-Snd one of the most powerful audio editors available for Linux
-Snd Configuration Scheme code to customize Snd
-Snd-ls a version of Snd for those of us who "don't know Scheme very well"
-Snd-RT realtime audio extensions for Snd
SndBite is an "audio editor designed for breaking large recordings into smaller components"
Snuggles - curses-based WAV/MP3 editor
Studio - excellent editor, requires Tcl/Tk
Swami - excellent new incarnation of the Smurf Soundfont editor
Sweep - a new soundfile editor from Conrad Parker
TAON - The Art Of Noise very nice soundfile editor
WaveMixer - easy-to-use multitrack wave editor, from Raoul Hecky & Friends
WaveForge - attempting a SoundForge clone for Linux
WaveSurfer - a new soundfile editor, requires the Snack extensions
WaveTools - a suite of small command-line programs for working with WAV-format soundfiles
Xforge - a new soundfile editor project for X11 and Motif/LessTif
XS - a soundfile editor using Tcl and the Snack extensions
XWave - good basic editor, a patch to add looping can be found at the same site
aPcStudio soundfile editor/processor with FLTK GUI
ecawave - soundfile editor from Kai Vehmanen, author of ecasound
mhWaveEdit - soundfile editor from Magnus Hjorth
mpgedit MPEG - audio file editor, processes constant bit rate (CBR) and variable bit rate (VBR) encoded files
quelcom - command-line utilities for editing WAV/MP3 files
sfubar-3 - command-line SoundFont2/WAV/AIFF editor, from Ben Collver
soniK - soundfile editor/recorder for KDE
wavedit - old, very basic and limited editor, console-mode only

A/V Editors

Blender - the premier open-source 3D animation renderer now supports audio tracks
Broadcast 2000 - the only free non-linear realtime audio/video editing system for Linux; NB: Adam Williams has pulled this software from the SourceForge site, but it is still available from Eric Smith's Broadcast2000 Page.
Cinelerra - the impressive successor to Broadcast2000
Linux Audio/Video Tools - a suite of programs to record/playback audio and video under Linux using the Iomega Buz
MainActor - commercial non-linear video/multimedia editing suite
transcode - very interesting audio/video stream processing utility, from Dr. Thomas Östreich


Beat Monkey - calculates soundfile BPM and sample frames
Sample Calculators - very useful on-line calculators for time-stretching, pitch-shifting, and transposing samples
Wavelength - repairs erroneous data length entry in WAV file header
WavSplit - a utility for (surprise!) splitting WAV files according to a list of time values
abrowse - nice utility for reading and converting AKAI S1000/3000 sample CDs
basef - utility for manipulating parameters found in AIFF soundfile header
jWave - set of packages for Java to create and process RIFF (WAV) files
mirage-disk - a utility for copying the samples from Ensoniq Mirage diskettes, from Jean Zundel
shntool - multi-purpose WAV processing and reporting utility
wavbreaker/wavmerge - GUI utilities to break or merge WAV file
wavcut - is a "...short C program for cutting parts from WAV sound files", from Stefan Ondrejicka
-Gnome Wave Cleaner denoise, dehiss and amplify CD-quality WAV files
-GramoFile a program to clean gramophone recordings for transfer to CD
-GWC-lib the GNOME Wave Cleaner is now a library !
-declick Joachim Schurig's "dynamic digital declicker for audio files"
-dnr denoising utility from Matti Koskinen
tkdnoise nice Tcl/Tk GUI for the Csound dnoise utility, from Hudson Lacerda
-Xpand nice Python/Glade GUI for dynamics compression/expansion, requires SoX and normalize
-calcamp calculates what factor a sample needs for amplification to maximum volume (requires libsndfile)
-normalize "a WAV file volume normalizer"
-wavnorm utility to normalize 16-bit stereo WAV files

#1084 por obsidiana el 05/10/2007

Praat is a free scientific computer software program for the analysis of speech in phonetics. It has been designed and continuously developed by Paul Boersma and David Weenink of the University of Amsterdam. It can run on a wide range of operating systems, including various Unix versions, Mac and Microsoft Windows (95, 98, NT4, ME, 2000, XP, Vista). The program also supports speech synthesis, including articulatory synthesis.
#1085 por texvo el 07/10/2007

en realidad este hilo es pa WINDOWS.. ta claro que los pinguinos tambien existen.. a si que por mi teneis un güeco aqui... espero que no os molesteis por tener de primos a los primos dw win.. ;)

#1086 por Jamfluidox el 07/10/2007
He mirado y parece que estos dos no estan en el hilo, por lo menos con google no los he visto.


The U-NO-60 vst plugin is a polyphonic virtual analogue synth with a unique filter sound. An original JUNO 60 is used as reference for the oscillators and filters.
Like the original, the plugin is capable of self-resonance and thus could be used to some degree as a tone generator.
The filter section also features controls for envelope amount and polarity, LFO modulation and keyboard tracking. In addition, a non-resonant highpass filter is provided to thin out lower frequencies.

Está para windows y osx

Bluenoise Plugins My Drumset

This is probably the most complex plugin I have made so far.
It is a drumplugin very much the same as BFD and EZdrummer.
It acctually nailed Ezdrummer in a forum poll I made some time ago.
It has the same abilities as the ones mentioned.
It has outputs for each drum, overheads and ambience mics
so you can add compressors and eq's as you like.
In fact that is the best way to approach this plugin since
it is made out of raw 24 bit files throught my micpres
of my Ludwig drumset. The reason why I did this is I really don't like
pre-treated plugins since you are not able to mix them as you want.
The recording is done with nice microphones such as
Neuman's, AKG's, Microtech's and similar. Micpres are MCI JH636, Amek Neve and TLA.

This is a PRE-RELEASE, meaning I probably will do the recording
one more time since I didn't pay much attention to tuning and such since it was for testing.
Since it sounded so good I thought the public might wanted this as well.
The graphic will also maby differ from the finished version.

The plugin is devided in 2 plugins.
Mydrumsetrcoks.dll and Mydrumset70's.dll.
I had to build them in two dll files since many
sequencers won't handle to big files of this type.
Both are a bit CPU hungry, but I will try to fix this
in the next release. Don't complain, it's free!
The download is 132MB so it might take some time:-)

Installation: Place both .dll files in your vst directory.

The outputs are low since the drumset is not mixed at all. All the other drum plugins are, but mine is not. It is the main reason why I did the plug. Mix it your self.
I am thinking of a preset with premixed sound as well.
Remember to pan the different drums as a drumset in your mixer!!!!!

WinXp - WinXP64 - Vista


Saludos. :)
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#1087 por obsidiana el 08/10/2007
Alguien escribió:


en realidad este hilo es pa WINDOWS.. ta claro que los pinguinos tambien existen.. a si que por mi teneis un güeco aqui... espero que no os molesteis por tener de primos a los primos dw win..

Pues si!., espero que no les molste jeje., pero en ocaciones eh encontrado algunas cosas muy interesesntes buscado cacharros en foros de Linux..

#1088 por obsidiana el 08/10/2007

What is The Levelator?Do you believe in magic? You will after using The Levelator to enhance your podcast. And you'll be amazed that it's free, now even for commercial use.
So what is The Levelator? It's software that runs on Windows, OS X (universal binary), or Linux (Ubuntu) that adjusts the audio levels within your podcast or other audio file for variations from one speaker to the next, for example. It's not a compressor, normalizer or limiter although it contains all three. It's much more than those tools, and it's much simpler to use. The UI is dirt-simple: Drag-and-drop any WAV or AIFF file onto The Leveler's application window, and a few moments later you'll find a new version which just sounds better.
Have you ever recorded an interview in which you and your guest ended up at different volumes? How about a panel discussion where some people were close to microphones and others were not? These are the problems the post-production engineers of Team ITC here at The Conversations Network solve every day, and it used to take them hours of painstaking work with expensive and complex tools like SoundTrack Pro, Audacity, Sound Forge or Audition to solve them. Now it takes mere seconds. Seriously. The Levelator is unlike any other audio tool you've ever seen, heard or used. It's magic. And it's free.
#1089 por --64668-- el 11/10/2007
Hola a todo el mundo!

Nueva versión, la 2.0, de Reaper...
#1090 por obsidiana el 13/10/2007
No se si ya ande este por ak!


V.I is a free VST plugin for designed to convert a stereo input to a 5.1 audio output. You can then save this data in a file and encode it into a surround sound file using appropriate software. V.I cannot go back into a recording studio and separate the original multitrack audio into separate channels, but it can extract ambience information embedded in the stereo audio and redistribute it among 5.1 channels. Recording engineers, audio engineers and enthusiasts have been doing this kind of thing for years in one way or another. V.I simply combines some of their techniques in one VST plugin
#1091 por Wikter el 13/10/2007
Reaper 2.001, vaya, que ya han vuelto a seguir con las actualizaciones la pareja de locos que desarrollan Reaper. Muy torecomendable para cualquier novatoide y/o aspiradora de sistemas de creación.

Yo por mi parte estoy empezando a dejar Logic.
Que se sepa.
Eso de pegar plugins, de recompilar los plugins JS, de hacer grupos en un plisplas, de rutear a una pista de efectos... de hacer fades(In/Out) de audio y notas, de controlar los objetos tan... ese timestretching, esa licencia share, ese "bounce" instantáneo, esas macros definibles en 3 pasos, ese interface modificable, ese comportamiento, esa edición de velocidad de nota sobre la nota, WOOOHH!!!

Y encima, suena bien.
#1092 por --64668-- el 13/10/2007
¿Te refieres al reaper?, Wikter...
#1093 por neph el 13/10/2007
#1094 por --64668-- el 14/10/2007
Voy a bajar el plugsound vsti pack, de los que ha citado neph. ¿Alguien lo ha probado? ... gsound.htm

#1095 por marcielo el 15/10/2007
wzmzw escribió:
Voy a bajar el plugsound vsti pack, de los que ha citado neph. ¿Alguien lo ha probado? ... gsound.htm


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