stvrsz wrote:Halonmusic wrote:ASynth, ET-301, ET-100, all of bootsies plugins,
Phutura....I forgot that one...
Its a great synth. I don't know how close it sounds to an actual Alpha Juno though.
stvrsz wrote:If I am not mistaken, Tal Elc7ro was the first freebee with alias-free oscillators and snappy envelopes. This translated into Noisemaker which is a perfectly capable modern synth that I and many still use frequently. Thanks so much to TAL!
fluffy_little_something wrote:I used to use the Superwave Trance Pro for quite a while, would be cool if it had up-to-date sound quality.
Teksonik wrote:Way too many 32 bit plugins you wish were 64 bit ?
wagtunes wrote:Teksonik wrote:Way too many 32 bit plugins you wish were 64 bit ?
I'm only replying because I'm bored. Yes, too many 32 bit plugins that I wish were 64 bit. I thought that was clear by my answer.
peterdh wrote:AraldFX StormGate1. Best volumeshaper ever
Haven't tried that one yet, but I tried a couple of commercial volumeshapers and they had more artifacts than Stormgate1. I am still running Stormgate1 on my 64bit Cubase Artist 7.5 DAW and it is working. Only my old presets won't load their preset names properly.Teksonik wrote:peterdh wrote:AraldFX StormGate1. Best volumeshaper ever
Not free but a far superior tool......