I really like this one just wish that they would update it to 64-bits and give me some way of getting rid of the damned outdated nag screen.Read Review
I traveled back in time to revisit OnePingOnly and I have discovered two amazing things about it.
1. There were 16 pings.
2. There is a new 64-bit version at the developer's github with 128 pings.
All these many years (the file date of original plugin is April 2000) I though there was one ping only, but there never was and never will be. I mean, unless I play it very carefully. I guess I could think of it as 128 single pings.
You can do anything with OnePingOnly. Anything at all. The only limit is yourself. The infinite is possible with OnePingOnly. The unattainable is unknown with OnePingOnly.Read Review
This is one my go-to reverb plugins for pads, synths, and even drums. It does a really good job creating room (hence why it works well on drums). Speaking from a GUI point of view, it is a bit different from traditional reverb plugins, so it may be a different learning curve for some people (including myself). But overall it's a great plugin.Read Review
This plugin is amazing !
And needs a huge, honorific bumping... just because it's has been among the most teased, the most mocked in the KVR posts through the years, and this mainly due, it really needed to be undeline, to a herd instinct process that animates us, poor sheeps of the KVR herd that has become incredibly huge !.
Consider this as a personal will to make myself forgiven and a management to give a bit of justice to this ingenious free plugin, as a symbolic consolation price to Bram, its developper...
ONE PING ONLY Lives !!!Read Review
Its free, its easy and it works, what more do you want? I'm a plugin developer and this is my go to oscilloscope for checking the output of my synth oscillators. I use it constantly for plugin development. Recently I tried downloading another software oscilloscope which looked fancy but after I downloaded it the installer started trying to update it's own Windows Visual Studio SDK on top of my development system, fortunately I stopped it in time before any damage was done. I'm going back to s(M)exoscope since I can depend on it.Read Review
Wow, this has been a very slow burner for me. I have had it for many years, used it only occasionally, but always preferred the "proper" EQs with decibels for gain and reduction and Frequencies to know where to cut or boost.
For some reason it popped into my head a few days ago when to some tweaking to a finished track on a problem sound which just never sounded "right". When I played it back later that night. OMG, the sound of the channels I had it on sounded so much more defined and clear. All the problem resonances were gone, I was gobsmacked. I have used it on several more tunes with the same results.
It has dawned on me why it works so well................ because when we are cutting or boosting frequencies, we tend to rely on our thinking mind as to which band of the sound needs fixing, and we cut by a fixed amount and often wary of going over ... in dbs... what we think is right. The genius of doing it "blind" like this plug-in, is that we work with our ears not our eyes and logic. I have no idea how much I am cutting or boosting or what precise frequency it is, I just know by the sound when it is right.
Now don't get me wrong, this is not a be all and end all EQ, but from now on it will always find a place in my music as maybe the final stage to get a sound perfect in the mix after other EQs etc.
Thank you very much indeed Smart Electronix for this amazing free plug in .Read Review
Life-changing synth. If you've hit a wall in your ascent to being the big name producer that you want to be, and are wondering what synth will take you to the big league, this is likely it. I wish more developers took a page from OnePingOnly's book when designing their instruments. My music was lacking that special something, and boy am I glad I found that special something.
Don't let the lack of a GUI fool you.Read Review
This is one of the first/oldest VSTs that blew my socks off with its sound quality. I don't have as much use for it now, but it still sounds as good as anything out there and would be perfectly adequate for a bread-and-butter subtractive synthesizer. Antti never got enough credit for this.Read Review