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T.Rex 1982

Drum Machine Plugin by Max Project
T.Rex 1982
T.Rex 1982 by Max Project is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
Windows 7 - 8 -10
macOS High Sierra 10.12
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T.Rex 1982 is the latest virtual instrument from Max Project designed in collaboration with producer Lic. Ezequiel Morfi (TITANIO, Buenos Aires, Argentina) - both have travelled through space and time in search of a special treatment for the original sounds from a "LinnDrum " rhythm machine possessing the 'retro' touch of the original patches while at the time sounding modern and up-to-date due to a 64-bit floating-point 'mastering' process with the latest in DSP. T.Rex 1982 will specially deliver in the new retrowave, vaporwave and synthwave genres.

MS Windows as well as Mac OS X x86 and x64 versions.

Main features:

  • 16 classic sounds with volume and pan control each.
  • master volume control.
  • integrated algorithmic reverb.
  • "80s Plus" effect (special lowpass filter).
  • Vintage-looking GUI.
  • Low CPU usage.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 1.75 from 4 reviews

T.Rex 1982
Reviewed By gwenmollo
October 31st, 2021

I don't understand the others bad rating. Max Project offers us some nice instrument, simple, low CPU usage and free .

I use it a lot in my productions .

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T.Rex 1982
Reviewed By AntiChanta
October 7th, 2018

Crap, aurally and visually crap.Instantaneous opportunism, some tools confuse people ...This guy never had a LinnDrum near Study baby.

At least you have to take the trouble to know what you want to emulate.

Adding a filter does not improve things, nor does it add a reverb.

It is not the first work that is done trying to emulate that mythical jewel, some programmers have decoded and encoded ROMS, they have created tools to load original ROMS, modified, emulated the internal sequencer (pattern record) and have studied the system of swing of the Linn, which thanks to its own limitations according to the time, generated a characteristic stamp.

Is it too much to ask that we not always be the scammers of the world?

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T.Rex 1982
Reviewed By jeanrembarde
September 7th, 2018

Useless :
No way to pitch samples
design a bit too small
sample quality isn't outstanding
I prefer 10 times my own linn drums samples found on the net. Plus there's a lot of other better free Linn emulation
waste of time and deception
Reverb is okay .

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T.Rex 1982
Reviewed By Zealotron
September 4th, 2018

Without separate outputs this is of little use from an EQ point of view. The core sounds are really good but having no individual sends to the reverb is a problem. There are no labels on any of the controls (roll over ones would have been good) and the drum layout is not GM. I guess you'd have to use multiple instances of this plugin to get a controllable kit.

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Comments & Discussion for Max Project T.Rex 1982

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16 June 2023 at 6:43pm

is there a way to have each drum sound on a separate audio output, so you can run them independently in the mix?

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