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A1StereoControl
A1StereoControl is a stereo wideness expander / limiter.

The integrated Safe Bass algorithm centers all bass frequencies below an adjustable value. This gives your tracks the solidity and definition you want while preserving maximum transpancy and sharpness.


Additionally A1StereoControl brings you the possibility to place your stereo signal inside the stereo field in a very intuitive way. The expert mode features different pan laws (0db, -3db, -6db), different pan curves (linear, logarithmic, sin/cos) as well as classic balance mode or dual panning.
Expand or limit stereo wideness (from 0% to 200%).
SAFE BASS algorithm centers all bass frequencies (BASS gets MONO).
Linear phase (important for mastering).
RESIZABLE GUI (fully vector-based, nice on 'retina' displays or even very small ones).
No latency.
Phase Flip (flips the whole input signal 180°).
Swap L-R (swaps left and right input channel).
Mono turns the input signal to mono, but panning is still possible.
All parameters automatable.
- 12 dB input and output gain.

AcmeBarGig
Razor Head is the first amp from AcmeBarGig's "Preampus Metal Line" of heads. As the name suggests, these amps are for the Metal Heads amongst us.
About Razor Head, AcmeBarGig's says: "Our favorite feature of Razor is it's built-in Drive Amp, which we SERIOUSLY recommend you spend some time tweaking and playing around with, especially the Drive Color functions, this can help you achieve tones from a more subtle, lower-gain tone to all-out 'kick you in the nuts 'til you cry' metal thunder".

Ambience
Ambience is a  reverb that rivals the quality of the best commercial reverbs. It also includes some unusual functions, like a gater and a very useful hold function.
Due to the superior quality of the plugin and its array of useful presets and functions, the Ambience plugin has become somewhat of a free VST "Classic".
Features
Presets: An array of quality presets are included!
Dry: Gain of direct (unprocessed) sound. To use Ambience as a send effect, set this to -inf.
Wet: Gain of processed sound.
Time: The time it takes for the reverb echoes to die out.
Size: The size of the room. Note that long reverb time and small room size don't mix well. For natural sounds, a small room size should be accompanied by a short reverb time, and vice verse.
Pre-Delay: Amount of delay between the direct sound and the onset of the first echoes.
Width: All the way from mono (0%) to wide stereo (100%).  Probably you will want this one at 100% all the time.
Quality: This knob allows you to trade off reverb quality for CPU usage. High quality <=> high cpu usage. You can make fun effects if you set it very low (try it!).
Variation: This button creates a new variant of the same room. If there's some annoying echo/ringing in the reverb that bugs you, hit this button a few times until you find a variation that you like. If it still sounds bad to you, try raising the Quality too.
More Advanced Controls:
The best way to learn these is probably by trying them out and experimenting yourself, but here are some hints:
The Damping Section - This affects how the reverb's character develops over time as it decays. Use it to control the decay time of bass and treble. In normal rooms, bass and especially  treble decay quicker than the mid range.
The EQ Section - This is like putting a big equalizer on the reverb. And in fact it is :) It's mostly useful for cutting away bass that can otherwise make the reverb sound muddy.
The Gating Section - If you want natural reverb, abandon this section at once! Otherwise if you are in an experimental mood, you may use this one to make the reverb follow the dynamics of the audio input. Can be useful if you want to preserve rhythm while still having a very wet reverb.
Hold - When you press this, the reverb will freeze at it's current sound, holding it indefinitely until you press it again. Great if you want to create a lush pad from a plucked string or a hihat or whatever you can imagine. Try combining with the gater.
Diffusion - This knob has a very subtle effect on the sound. It is especially noticable with small room sizes.

Delay Studio KVR12
Minimal System Instruments Delay Studio
Delay Studio from Minimal System Instruments is a powerful and massively creative multiband delay plugin which gives you all of the tools needed to create your perfect delay/echo effect. From weird and wonderful long modulated delays to workhorse multi-taps and analogue inspired echoes the Delay Studio will turn any flat, uninspiring sound into a beautiful sonic masterpiece.
Features:
-3 fully configurable independent delay bands (Low/Mid/Hi) with complete and accurate control over the frequency width of each band (Frequency Range 0hz to 20,000hz).
-Each band is split in to left and right channels with independent delay time and feedback.
-Comprehensive filter bank section. Each band has its own fully featured filter on both left and right channels complete with cutoff and resonance controls. (Filter types include Low Pass, High Pass, and Pass, Peaking, and Band Reject). Each filter can be modulated using the multimode LFOs which can also be tempo synced or free running. A total of six filters and six LFOs.
-Built on an accurate crossover algorithm. As with the rest of our plugin range, we model our algorithms on actual physical analogue hardware to achieve the most accurate sound possible.
-VU meters on all bands for visual monitoring.
-Input and Output level controls allow easy attenuation of both the incoming and outgoing audio signals.
-Full automation and controller mapping. All parameters in Delay Studio can be easily mapped to any MIDI controller or MIDI keyboard for complete tactile real-time control. All parameters are designed to be fully automated in all DAWs.
-Balance control to accurately modify the position of the sound in the stereo field.
-Logical and easy-to-use user interface. Minimal System Instruments products are specifically designed to enhance our user's workflow. We intentionally place all parameter controls on the front end of the GUI to make modifying sounds a breeze (No hidden menus or parameters here!).
-Low CPU usage. Our code is fully streamlined and optimised to make Delay Studio as efficient on your resources as possible.
-Delay Studio is a plugin that invites creativity and experimentation.

EasyNY VST 1.7
The famous Parallel Compression (NewYork) effect in one plugin.
  • Effect mix dial
  • Volume dial
  • Special Motown EQ effect for vocals + boost
  • Soft/hard selector
  • Saturator with Auto-gain
  • Two Punch modes
  • Compressor EQ & post EQ
  • Clip mode
  • Global bypass
  • Includes two skins
  • 5 presets
Filter Bank v3
Filter Bank v3 is a fantastic multimode filter for both Producers and DJ's. Combining 5 different filter types, LFO's, with pure Analogue modelled dirt this filter sounds fantastic.

Features
System Requirements
· Beautiful analogue modelled filter bank.
· A valuable tool in and out of the studio for both producers and DJ's.
· 5 filter types including Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass, Notch, Peaking.
· Analogue! knob.
· LFO's.
· Input and Output controls.
· Professional vintage analogue GUI Design.
· Very low CPU usage
· PC running a Windows operating system. VST compatible DAW or VST hosting software
· This plugin is 32bit but can be run on 64bit systems using jBridge
· This plugin also operates within the 64bit versions of Cubase, Nuendo, Bitwig Studio, Reaper, Tracktion, Renoise, FL Studio, Sonar, Mixcraft and Samplitude using their inbuilt bridging
· It is recommended that you always try out the demo before purchases to ensure that the plugin is compatible with your system
Host Compatibility
· Minimal System Instruments Plugins run on Windows based PC's using a suitable VST host or DAW. Our plugins have been fully tested within Ableton Live, Adobe Audition, Cakewalk Sonar, FL Studio, Energy XT, Presonus Studio One, Renoise, and Cubase

Ignite Amps
NadIR is a zero latency, dual Impulse Response (IR) convolver, designed to be used as a cabinet simulator for guitar and bass (pre)amplifiers (VST/AU or even hardware).

It has been designed to perform pristine quality convolution in real time, while being light on the CPU and easy to use, providing advanced built-in filters and delay controls to let guitarists and bassists shape their tone with ease, without the need to be professional audio engineers.
NadIR is meant to be used as a cabinet simulator for live playing and jamming, tracking or mixing inside hosts capable of VST or AU Plug-Ins support.

Main Features:
§ Zero Latency.
§ Low CPU usage.
§ Three routing modes: Mono, Dual Mono and Stereo.
§ Selectable quality control for max IR length (up to 0.185 seconds).
§ Automatic high-quality resampling for IRs with different sampling rates.
§ High-quality analog shaped filters.
§ Selectable delay for phase interactions between loaded IRs.
§ Continuous morphing control between loaded IRs.
§ Global input level and single IR level controls.
§ Fully automatable controls.

Molot03-nogui
VU-meter calibrated for -18 dBFS, 300 ms.
By clicking on triangle in the bottom left corner now all parameter values are shown. To increase value use the right mouse button. To decrease value use the left mouse button. Automatic “Oversampling” parameter correction in presets when the project uses high sample rates (the value goes proportionally smaller). Choosen language now saving. Ability to save current settings as “Default” preset parameters by button “Save as Default”.
New parameters:
  • .  “Sd.chain”   – sidechain commutation:
  • .     “Internal”  – use inputs 1 and 2 (as usual)
  • .     “External”  – use external stereo sidechain (inputs 3 and 4)
  • .   “A, R Time” – attack and release times multiplier:
  • .     “1:1”       – use times specified (as usual)
  • .     “1/10,1:1”  – attack time 10 times smaller
  • .     “1:1,1/10”  – release time 10 times smaller
  • .     “1/10”      – both attack time and release time 10 times smaller
  • .   “Upsampl.”  – oversampling type selection
  • .      “Easy”     – use simplified oversampling (as usual)
  • .      “Norm.”    – use linear-phase oversampling (latency 344 samples)
  • Attack/release curves were reverted back to 0.2.155 version.
Rough Rider
Rough Rider is a modern compressor with a bit of "vintage"-style bite and a uniquely warm sound. Perfect for adding compression effects to your drum buss, it also sounds great with synth bass, clean guitar, and backing vocals. Definitely not an all-purpose compressor, Rough Rider is at its best when used to add pump to rhythmic tracks. Of course, you can use it however you'd like. The Compressor Police aren't gonna come to your house and give you a citation. Slap it on a track and crank some knobs.
The front panel layout is done the same as many hardware compressors, so it will be immediately obvious how to use it. A brief overview of the controls:
§ Ratio: The ratio knob is logarithmic in operation. Completely anti-clockwise is 1:1, and completely clockwise is 1:1000. The 12 o'clock position is 1:10, so everything to the left of center is single digits, and everything to the right is "atom bomb squish," essentially.
§ Attack and Release: Audio Damage left off the actual time values, so you're gonna have to use your ears, like the he-men did it in times of myth.
§ Meter: That honking big dial in the middle of the UI is the gain reduction meter. It basically shows how much compression is occurring.
§ Sensitivity: usually called "threshold" now, but Audio Damage think "sensitivity" always made more sense. Turn to the right, you get more compression, essentially. Turn it all the way to the right, and you've got a distortion box, the sound of which is tuned by Ratio, Attack, and Release.
§ Makeup: 30 dB of gain to compensate for the attenuation caused by the compressor.
§ Active: From the front panel, this is simply an off/on switch, but if you automate it, strange things happen...
§ MIDI Learn: Like all Audio Damage products, the VST version has MIDI Learn. Download any manual from the current product line for an explanation of how this works as it is common among all Audio Damage VST products.

TLS Pocket Limiter, Salurate, LA, LEA
Features:
-Transparent Brickwall Limiting with 0 db stop.
-Variable knee from 0% to 100% to keep limiting distortion at a minimum.
-"IQ" mode to get a more "intelligent" release from the knee with program emphasis.
-Low latency for live performance use (40 samples at 44.1khz = ca 1ms latency).
-Stereo link to preserve stereo field.
-Supported samplerates: 44.1khz - 192khz.
    TSE808
    Overdrive stompbox inspired by the Tube Screamer circuit.
    -Stereo processing.
    -2X/4X Internal Oversampling.

    Heavy Metal Guitar Mix Package
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    Dblue Glitch v.1.3
    Kefir v1
    Nick Crow 8505 Lead
    Poulin Lecab
    Poulin Lecab v1
    Poulin Lecab v2
    Poulin Legion
    Poulin Soloc Head v2
    Poulin Soloc Head v2.11 SSE
    Soloc v1.12
    TSE808
    TSE BOD
    X-Cita

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    September 6, 2017 at 7:48 AM delete

    Halo gan..ada stillwell audio nga...

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    September 6, 2017 at 8:29 AM delete

    ane belum nemu gan, klo dah nemu pasti di upload :)

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