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Vokko 2

Reviewed By corlenbelspar [all]
December 12th, 2021
Version reviewed: 2 on Windows

I had made a vocoder that could use soundfonts like this, but lost it. This does it even better and grants way better texture control since you're not restricted to using simple waveforms.

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Reviewed By badgrplayer [all]
November 3rd, 2021
Version reviewed: 1.5.1 on Windows

Love this delay and its presets.

I guess it's intended for synth or electronic instruments, but I use it with my guitar parts. I obtain some crazy output with it. Try "verby" or "sweet dub" for instance. Or the "routed" presets. Just play 2 notes with it and it will echo forever. Trippy.

(If you get stuck in a loop, click on the "panic" button repeteadly).

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Reviewed By peterk426 [all]
November 24th, 2020
Version reviewed: 1.5 on Windows

I downloaded the .dll and put it with all my other plugins. It doesnt work. I have downloaded a few other plugins today and this is the only one that did not show up. Im using ableton live 10 Once the plugin works i will change review.

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Synodeia 2

Reviewed By bernard bytheburn [all]
March 22nd, 2019
Version reviewed: 2 on Windows

I've been looking for a simple way of entering MIDI notes by whistling that also works live and this is by far the best plug in I've found so far. It just works out of the box.

I've tried the Merlin & Digital Ear stand alone trials which were awkward to set up and gave very erratic results, not to mention the trial software interrupted far too often to get the setup right. I've also tried Waves autotune plug in conversion (which I own) but it's not real time MIDI conversion and is also fussy.

This VST just works. Yes there is no volume control, vibrato and no note bending which the commercial products boast but, unlike them, it actually simply works for monophonic note input as long as there is an audible gap between notes. It simply detects the pich at the start and holds that note even if you vary it while sustaining which is just what you want for note entry and it does it all live, with low latency, whil recording the MIDI directly to the DAW (Reaper in my case).

I am testing on a very lame machine indeed (buying a new laptop this payday) and the latency is better than many other plug ins.

Since this is an important function to me I will be testing out other products, like Melodyne, but I'm not sure from the docs that this conversion can be done live (anyone know).

I've also just come across Imitone which also looks very interesting.

Anyway, my congratulations and thanks to the author. Keep up the good work.

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OverDubber 2

Reviewed By Emerald Tablet [all]
September 21st, 2016
Version reviewed: 7 on Windows

Its brilliant but dont take my word for it.

On a scale from 1 to 10? 11.

Why? Because.


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OverDubber 2

Reviewed By johnnyque [all]
September 20th, 2016
Version reviewed: 10 on Windows

Best free plugin I've found in years! I've only been playing around with it for vocal effects so far, but it's been awesome. I think it would be great on anything though - drums (kick, snare, high hat), synths, guitars. What I like about this effect most is that it's pretty easy to dial in cool and original vocal effects without muddying the vocal or losing any of the singer's enunciation. All in all, I'm impressed, especially for free. Thank you.

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Reviewed By ugo [all]
September 27th, 2003
Version reviewed: 1.15 on Windows

this has become one of my favorite sources for percussion.

although it was built to simulate a crowd, there is so much more you can do with these. try running them through effects...especially distortion.

they are dead easy to use, sound unique, stable, and just generally lots of fun.

the stompbud collection is well worth the money.

by the way...the mid score on presets are only because there are none. but they are just basic sample playback percussion modules so they dont need presets.
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