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... and little reminder that all the VST plugins & Tools on the blog are free and legal. Not any crack or key.gen shit. Enjoy!

VST Warehouse - Tokyo Dawn Labs - TDR Kotelnikov- VST Plugin

TDR Kotelnikov is a wideband dynamics processor combining high fidelity dynamic range control with deep musical flexibility. As a descendant of the venerable TDR Feedback Compressor product family, Kotelnikov has directly inherited several unique features such as a proven control scheme, individual release control for peak and RMS content, an intuitive user interface, and powerful, state of the art, high-precision algorithms.

With a sonic signature best described as "stealthy", Kotelnikov has the ability to manipulate the dynamic range by dramatic amounts, while carefully preserving the original tone, timbre and punch of a musical signal. As such, it is perfectly suited to stereo bus compression as well as other critical applications.

Kotelnikov does not try to emulate any previously available device. The concept is a proud digital processor, it is the original.

Notable features:
  • 64-bit floating point precision for all relevant calculations.
  • Multi-rate processing structure for highest accuracy.
  • "Delta" oversampled signal path (bit transparent at 0dB gain reduction).
  • Super fast, yet natural sounding compression.
  • Control scheme based on "Crest factor", offering independent release controls for peak and RMS events.
  • Flexible sidechain highpass filter.
  • Advanced stereo linking options optimized for the stereo bus.
  • Delta preview mode to preview the difference between compressed and original signal.
  • Latency compensated bypass (processing doesn't interrupt).
  • Extensive documentation

Developer: Tokyo Dawn Labs


VST Warehouse - vacuumsound - ADT- VST Plugin

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ADT - Artificial Double Tracking is a plug-in which emulates the "Artificial Double Tracking" technique invented by The Beatles at Abbey Road Studios. It takes a mono input signal and generates a stereo signal with the original signal panned to one side and the ADT signal panned to the other.
ADT - Artificial Double Tracking

The ADT technique was developed at Abbey Road Studios by engineers recording The Beatles in the 1960s. To free John Lennon from having to sing everything twice for real double tracking they came up with an artificial replacement: they sent the original signal to another tape machine and re-recorded it. Due to the physical distance between record and playback heads the new signal was delayed. The length of the delay depends on the tape speed (the slower the tape is running the longer it takes for the signal to travel from the record to the playback head). However, due to the machine's (small amounts of) Wow and Flutter the delay time was not fixed but varied slightly, giving an additional chorus-like effect. 

The ADT plug-in takes a mono input signal and creates a stereo output. The original input signal will be output on one channel, the new ADT signal on the other. Blending the two is also possible. The plug-in allows to control the delay time (10 - 50ms), Wow and Flutter (both with intensity in % and frequency). All values are based on the technical data of the tape machines that was originally used to create this effect.

  • Delay: the time the ADT signal is delayed, 10 - 50 ms.
  • Dra Level: the level of the original signal.
  • ADT Level: the level of the ADT signal.
  • ADT Pan: the pan position of the ADT signal, the original signal is positioned at the opposite side.
  • Wow: amount of low frequency playback speed variation, 0 - 0.2%.
  • WowFreq.: low frequency playback speed variation rate, 0 - 6Hz.
  • Waveform: waveform of Wow, Sine or Triangle.
  • Flutter: amount of high frequency playback speed variation, 0 - 0.2%.
  • FlutFreq.: high frequency playback speed variation rate, 4 - 60Hz.
  • Waveform: waveform of Flutter, Sine or Triangle
Developer: vacuumsound


VST Warehouse - The Interruptor - Echomania- VST Plugin

A tape delay plug-in capable of stereo delays, ping-pong delays, multi-tap delays and complex delay textures.
  • Tape model including tape saturation, tape noise, flutter, low and high pass filtering.
  • 4 separate delay lines which can be configured for various delay types (Try out the preset programs as examples. Also see the included signal diagram "diagram.jpg" to understand the structure of this effect).
  • MIDI learn: Each control can be automated via MIDI controllers. The default assignment of MIDI controllers is documented in the pop-up hints. To assign a different controller right-click on a control then choose "Learn" from the pop-up menu and twiggle the hardware controller you want to assign. Alternatively choose "Unlearn" or "Edit.." to assign a controller from a list.

Developer: The Interruptor