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DSPplug beat

Sample Based Multi Instrument Plugin by King Oz Records
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DSPplug Beat
DSPplug beat by King Oz Records / DSPplug is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
System Requirements
Windows VST2 x32, x64
Copy Protection
Important Note
Not Mac yet, Not VST3 yet but will be next release.
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The new DSPplug beat drum machine is a sampler that combines control of drums and 808 bass samples so as to empower the user in their hopes to create something scaleable and complex enough to make a hit.

Control two octaves, One octave controlling drums and the other 808 bass.

{See video at top of page}



No longer available! Being remade.

Made with Maize Sampler

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Comments & Discussion for King Oz Records DSPplug beat

Discussion: Active
25 August 2020 at 11:52am

This seems cool. I wanted to try it, but apparently your software is only for good people? Humor...

25 August 2020 at 9:07pm

Yes better convert to androidism then.

30 August 2020 at 2:16pm

Well, I mean you could but then you'd first need to be "converted" I've heard the process is messy, just saying.

30 August 2020 at 2:15pm

Hmm, yes sort of good is sort of good too :). I just get tired of hard work being repaid by misery is all. But I get it; there's a lot of misery to go around. I guess it's easy to forget that most of us who are serious spent years wasting time on free software that had fawlty promises, and I have a lot of things to change in My products; but DSPplug is still some ahead of the curve, and that comes down to My maturity as both a developer and a producer. By actually using My own software in productions; I begin to realize that there is often unforeseen issues; shoirtcomings I hadn't expected. And that's the difference I guess. Most companies are just making the next new thing instead of second guessing themsleves.

Good programming doesn't come from humility, it comes from: "Produce, Produce, and Produce".

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