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TAL-Drum
Reviewed By panza242
April 15th, 2022

This is the Drum Sampler I was waiting for 18 Years. I've been missing the classic workflow (Akai Samplers - Keygroups - EMU Samplers). It makes stacking sounds intuitive again. Working smooth, fast and it's even M1 native. I know, that everyone who worked with Battery 3 now will be very happy.

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TAL-DUB-III
Reviewed By crankyoldyank
January 31st, 2022

First discovered using Linux. ALL the TAL plugins, delays, reverbs, etc., are Great stuff!! There Noisemaker has presets for killer bass lines and more. A great Vocoder as well!! Always straight-forward and easy to understand.

I haven't used many delays, so I have a lot to learn.

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TAL-Reverb III
Reviewed By cyrb
January 30th, 2022

Out of all the TAL reverbs, TAL Reverb II is the one I keep reaching for. It just has a great warm vintage vibe to it, and sounds lush and otherworldly; the mid range is very present and highs don't easily overpower. Evokes the late 70s/early 80s. The EQ section, while confusing at first, allows for a lot of subtle shaping, so it can be tuned to perfection.

The original TAL Reverb sounds vaguely similar to Reverb II, though it lacks the mid range lushness. It's either too dark or too bright, by comparison. The damper knob comes in handy, but it just lacks the shimmery magic touch that Reverb II has. It also seems to lack certain algorithmic sophistication; a bit more artificial than the rest. Still usable, just fairly average, although it's strictly 32-bit.

TAL Reverb III is the weakest entry, in my opinion. As someone separate from me described it: Tinny. It lacks mid range even more than Reverb 1, and its high end is overly airy. I almost get the impression that it's using a bandpass filter against my will. Furthermore, it sounds 'wavy', as if there's a hardcoded LFO modulating the pitch that can't be turned off. That said, it has an extremely long decay time, and so might be useful as a character reverb to achieve a long, bright, exaggerated sound. It's not terrible, just not my type.

Finally, TAL Reverb 4. It's a high quality, unobtrusive and balanced reverb. It's bass/treble response is tight, and its brightness is very pleasant. Definitely evokes late 80s/early 90s. It doesn't have much mid range warmth, but it's way better than Reverb III. It's Diffuse knob can bring in some shimmering, but it doesn't quite reach the "hybrid delay-reverb" effect you get in Supermassive or Xhip Reverb. It also has a modulation section, if you want to wobble the pitch.

Here's the breakdown:

1. TAL Reverb II (for its vintage character and flexibility)
2. TAL Reverb 4 (for its simplicity and natural tone)
3. TAL Reverb (nothing special, just a baseline)
4. TAL Reverb III (its feedback-based design might displease some).

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TAL-Elek7ro
Reviewed By gwenmollo
October 31st, 2021

I like all the products of TAL, it's often free and really good quality.

It have some nice presets, nice interface and the sound is very good.

I used it in a few tracks.

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TAL-Filter II
Reviewed By SRMusics
September 27th, 2020

I've been using this VST for a long time for a quick sidechain effect. it works perfectly and has become an integral part of my collection.

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TAL-NoiseMaker
Reviewed By nonewwavenofun
August 23rd, 2020

Nice interface, good FX selection (chorus, delay, reverb, bitcrusher), my go-to for pads and leads. Where it falls down is bass sounds imo, lacking a square waveform.

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TAL-Chorus-LX
Reviewed By nonewwavenofun
August 23rd, 2020

I honestly think this is one of the best VST chorus plugins, free or otherwise. The controls are simple, but there's still a lot of versatility - can go from subtle stereo widening to full on lush chorus.

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TAL-Reverb-4
Reviewed By nonewwavenofun
August 23rd, 2020

I have no idea why this is rated so low. It's a massive improvement on TAL Reverb II and III in both ease of use and sound quality, especially with the new modulation section.

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TAL-Drum apply only FX to several pads
by neverbeeninariot at 24 May 2022, 00:24
TAL-Sampler: Any way to achieve legato?
by gExpectations at 22 May 2022, 08:31
a big thank you to TAL
by Biome_Digital at 15 Apr 2022, 10:12
TAL-Sampler: Drag & Drop on Linux not working
by arturrembe at 9 Apr 2022, 10:27
TAL-Drum: How to show the path of samples?
by Elias1957 at 24 Mar 2022, 12:09
TAL 101: Record arpeggiator to MIDI
by blue monk at 24 Mar 2022, 01:05
Latest Version of Tal Drum in Reaper
by chili beans at 23 Mar 2022, 16:21
TAL Sampler- Super Small Request
by android_11 at 11 Mar 2022, 23:11
FR: Tal Drum Sampler 4x4
by fedexnman at 7 Mar 2022, 15:31
TAL Sampler GUI Zoomed in on REAPER
by markheath at 5 Mar 2022, 12:58
Pitch bend in TAL-Sampler
by MTorn at 29 Jan 2022, 08:43
TAL Sampler 3.6.2: 12dB layer filters acting weird
by NERF_PROTOSS at 8 Oct 2021, 09:01
TAL Bassline 101 Sequencer External Trigger
by Cazio at 18 Sep 2021, 06:41
TAL Sampler ability to load DecentSampler libraries
by chuckwood at 13 Sep 2021, 00:18
Modwheel
by JeffLearman at 9 Sep 2021, 08:34
How do I save new presets for TAL MOD?
by Orange99 at 11 Jul 2021, 16:34