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Reviewed By dskdskdsk
January 3rd, 2023

One of the more interesting step filters I've used. The interface is nice to look at and generally intuitive. The randomize function ("Random Dice") is fun. Saving and loading patches is a little clunky.

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Reviewed By Jensffm
July 30th, 2022

+Nice various Gate Effects.

+Easy to handle.

-Attack is rather slow.

Needs Internet Connection first time to unlock the plugin. Otherwise it crashes.

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Reviewed By sixstringv
June 6th, 2022

I've used Gatelab with Reaper on a Mac. I really like the what this does and it sounds great! Unfortunately every time you load the project it will not effect the track until you open the plugin, even though it is not bypassed. On rare occasions it ended up generating weird artifacts as well that would only stop by shutting down Reaper. Great idea, just not quite there yet.

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Reviewed By Boy Wonder
May 25th, 2022

Now, here's something different - a product that the company doesn't try to oversell in their ads. From a cursory glance at Riffer's ads, I got the impression that it was basically a one trick pony, a simple product that producers MIDI riffs for your productions, and nothing more. I couldn't have been more wrong. As arpeggiators go, Riffer is at the top of its class. Going beyond the typical rate/scale/direction/gate/velocity/swing (called Shuffle here) of other arpeggiators, this one offers a whole lot more with things such as glitch/ratcheting (called Density here), tie and sustain (probably the first place I've ever seen this), 64 step sequencer, perpetual random sequence of every loop, and the creme de la creme - 57 scales in any key you choose, from the ordinary (chromatic, major, minor, etc) to the exotic (Arabian A & B, Hungarian Gypsy, Prometheus, Chinese, etc), plus you can save your own. All of these features propels Riffer to the top of the arpeggiating class. Also, and I'm not sure its because its a VST3, but it doesn't freeze Cubase 12 like other VST2 arpeggiators when I try to run two or more instances. Riffer is definitely a keeper.

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Reviewed By Boy Wonder
May 21st, 2022

AudioModern is turning out to be one of my favourite plugin manufacturers this year, and that's partially because they have three superb plugins they give away for free - Panflow, Gatelab and Filterstep. I've also dabbled a bit with their Riffer but my main drum tool, Playbeat, is what gets the most workout on my computer. That said, I was eager to give Panflow a spin as soon as they offered it.

You'd think that Panflow, being free, would be a grossly limited product. Nope. It's as full-featured and CPU-friendly as if it cost a lot. And it works well, too. Random controllable panning really gives life to static elements like pads, high hats and percussion. I've also used it for plucks to either give them width or timed-panning in the stereo field, and it comes in handy across synths with arpeggiators that lack panning modulation like GR-8 and Proclethya. To randomize these synths volume, Gatelab does the trick. I wouldn't be surprised if AudioModern combines all three free effects into one package. It'll be worth it.

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Reviewed By Pitcha38
December 4th, 2021

This app is great but Ableton Live crash to many times with this message :
A serious problem make Ableton CRASH and have to close...
Until the moment, my project won't open anymore...

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Playbeat 3
Reviewed By elviecho
November 15th, 2021

I love Playbeat 2, nothing wrong with this great plugin.
After the update I was a little disappointed, mainly about the GUI.
In my opinion the old one was more logically structured and, that is the main point of my critisism, it was much better to read. I hate this grey on grey shit. I think I furthermore use Playbeat 2.
To all developers: Please don't sacrifice the workflow for the look.

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Reviewed By elviecho
November 15th, 2021

This is a great gate, useful and fun too. Do what your plan was or just hit the random button, the results are nice. One star minus because of the GUI, some labels are very hard to read. Grey text on a grey surface...why??? Same thing in the actual version of Playbeat, the old GUI was much more usable.

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