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T.Rex 64 - Proyecto Return

Drum Machine Plugin by Max Project
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T.Rex 64 - Proyecto Return
T.Rex 64 - Proyecto Return 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.
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T.Rex 64 - Proyecto Return is a rompler with the sounds of the legendary Commodore 64C with the SID 8580 sound chip.
This was sampled by Fernando Lachari in his "Proyecto Return" laboratory through a Yamaha 01V Mixer and via SPDIF to an Echo Mia sound interface without compression or normalization. The sound is the purest that can be captured.
The "Proyecto Return" is an act of Justice regarding the reuse of these machines and visual-sound art by Fernando Lachari.
It also involves the repair and modification of both old computers and synthesizers.
The VSTi has the following sounds:

  • 8 Kick.
  • 8 Snare.
  • 2 Tom.
  • 1 Cowbell.
  • 1 Clap.
  • 2 Hi Hat.

Controls:

  • Volume control.
  • Panorama control.
  • Reverb control.

This VSTi can be used in both WINDOWS and MAC
With its versions in 32 or 64-bits and vst3 in Windows, and in MAC with its versions in VST and AU.

System Requirements.

PC running a Windows operating system (XP, Vista, 7, 8.1 and 10).

VST 2.4 - VST 3 compatible DAW or VST hosting software.

Mac OS X.

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Leone25
Leone25
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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