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MFreeFXBundle [read all reviews]
Reviewed By Starship Krupa [read all by] on 5th October 2017
Version reviewed: 11.05 on Windows
9.00
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This free bundle is just insanely great. What MeldaProduction is giving away for free is hundreds of dollars worth of processing.

The compressor alone is a fantastic tool, it is the one that taught me the most about how to set up a compressor to do what I want it to.

The analyzers are essential tools in my studio as is the equalizer.

I don't use all of them, but some of them I use on every single project I create.

With the $50 registration, you get among other things, upsampling, which is a worthwhile feature. Also, it helps out the developer, who is doing the recording world a great favor by putting these out for free.

The pitch corrector, for heaven's sake, is great to have, and it will do the Cher/T-Pain as well as more subtle correction.

They are all so feature rich that I have used some of them for years without realizing their full potential.

Bottom line: go get them now.

FreeG [read all reviews]
Reviewed By Starship Krupa [read all by] on 6th August 2017
Version reviewed: 3.0 on Windows
9.00
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I use it on every project as the fader on my Master bus. Essential for the smooth fader, metering and RMS peak detection.

sixtyfive [read all reviews]
Reviewed By Starship Krupa [read all by] on 1st April 2017
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows
9.00
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Do yourself a favor and try the only freeware dbx compressor emulation around.

This is a truly amazing compressor, the one that has most helped me grasp what good compressors are capable of. I can make my vocals float 6" in front of the rest of the mix with it.

If it were available in a 64-bit build, I would need no other track compressor. As it is, I am scrambling to try to get close to this one using MCompressor and ReaComp.

The included presets are obscurely named, and their output is set to greater than unity, but that is not unheard of in the plug-in scene.

Kudos, many thanks to De la Mancha for creating such a great piece of software in the first place, and then releasing it as freeware.