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Radio

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FM Radio Effect Plugin by Voxengo
Radio
Radio by Voxengo is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
Product
Version
1.2
Effect
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Copy Protection
None
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Radio adds a FM radio type of noise.

The effect can be used for lessening digital sound's artefacts and making it more pleasant to hearing.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 3.50 from 2 reviews

Radio
Reviewed By Vospi
July 3rd, 2014

Voxengo Radio is not "radio/amp sim". On the contrary, it does not touch your incoming audio but gently adds some very nasty artifacts to it, like ones that you can hear when trying to fine tune your FM receiver. They seem to depend on amplitude of incoming signal. And they sound so gorgeous!:

  • Very beautiful, natural and unusual type of subtle HF sound coloration.
  • Easy to use, well-thought filtering and dry signal knobs.
  • Free and really unique. Hard to come by, but worth it.

Love it.

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Radio
Reviewed By brok landers
September 26th, 2003

and again there is a plugin from voxengo that not does what it says ... it simply does not sound like radio effect ... allthough i was waiting for a plugin that can do so very hard ... come on guys at voxengo, ask some pro users before you work so hard on something that nobody might need ... whats a FREE plugin worth that everybody would be disapointed of ? sorry again, voxengo, i really don`mean any harm ...

brok landers
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Comments & Discussion for Voxengo Radio

Discussion
Discussion: Active
arkmabat
arkmabat
4 July 2014 at 3:17pm

Can't find it on Wayback machine... : (.

arkmabat
arkmabat
4 July 2014 at 3:19pm

Found it here, along with BigTick Hexalign... website looks a bit sketchy though... http://mp3.deepsound.net/plugins_divers.php.

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