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Oblivion Sound Lab is a small audio software company focused on producing plugins, sample libraries and preset soundbanks. Our goal is to produce high quality products that are intuitive, affordable and above all, inspiring.

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Latest reviews of Oblivion Sound Lab products

Hex Drum
Reviewed By pough
November 10, 2020

This is a perfect example of taking a simple idea and doing it well; making it both easy and powerful. The interface is clean and clear with well-thought-out, useful tools. The colour-coding of each instrument makes it very easy to know which one you're editing. It's easy to copy and paste from one instrument to another; easy to label and set the choke; saving and organizing presets is easy.

It's just a pleasure to use and sounds great. Highly recommended.

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Hex Drum
Reviewed By Kirkwood West
November 8, 2020

Sick implementation of the SDS sound. I really like this plugin for drum sounds. Simple controls and can dial in that simmons pitched drum sound in a very distinct and musical way.

Other noteable things that I like about this plugin... That additional high hat voices and cowbell. The ability to choke sound output makes it really fun to use long decays with toms without the bass frequencies destroying each other.

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OSL Chorus
Reviewed By nonewwavenofun
March 8, 2020

My favourite JUNO 60 chorus VST is still the one by Togu Audio Line (TAL-CHORUS-LX) because of the simplicity, but this sounds just as good and is worth downloading if you need more control over your modulation.

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OSL Chorus
Reviewed By hivkorn
March 25, 2017

Sometimes, free plugins are not good or they just do the work, but this plugins is really good and free !
This is the kind of plugin you must download and keep a backup on external HD to be sure to never lose it !
It proudly deserve a 10 .

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