MA-Simon wrote:the free "Atmosphere"
Btw, where did you find this? I can't locate it.
V'ger wrote:Ah yes, Ambience. Brilliant reverb
V'ger wrote:Tattie will answer this, but I think an exception was made to Ambience only even if it is not freeware as it is not really donationware anymore in that donations are not possible with the donation button not working and Magnus not responding to email. I know this as I've tried to donate on Ambience.
Reverberate LE is amazing, as is Filtrate LE, but true donationware (well charityware) and Liquidsonic well and active, so I doubt will qualify for OSC.
But there are other free plugs that will trigger impulses like ReaVerb, Kefir, Boogex etc, but of course not as usable as Reverberate with its low latency and neat GUI. Nebula is an alternative also, but the free version will only use the impulses hardcoded into it and not load any other.
Tattie will answer this
tattiemannie wrote:Tattie will answer this
... hmmm ... not sure what I'm being asked to answer here.
Having ruled out reverb as a permitted fx plug, and given my reasons, it appears I'm being asked to advise re. an external reverb plug
Steplton wrote:Apropos Whether I can use Reverberate LE (+ free impulses) for contests in which the reverb is allowed?
tattiemannie wrote:OK, the bottom line is, if it is free .... and I mean legally free, available to all, and will work in a good variety of hosts, then it's OK to use it in OSC.
tattiemannie wrote:I've not come across much charityware, and I am very much in favour of encouraging donations to charitable causes. So if anyone were to use a plug which could only be downloaded on the condition they made a modest donation to a named charity, I would be hard pressed to raise any objection, and would also find it difficult not to shape a favourable ear towards the track