VSTs & Plug-ins recommendation
Hey guys, any favorite VST or Plug-in that you would like to share?
I personally like to work a lot on sound design, and most of my favorites Plug-ins are modulators or distortion.
I would really like to share a bit of an obscure plug-in by a not so famous company named AIR.
The Plug-In is called AIR Lo-Fi, and is super simple, just a few knobs that distort and reduce the quality of the sound.
I always use the rectify parameter on leads and even drums to make it a bit more dirty, and hence getting a fuller sound.
Another Plug-in that I like a lot is Enigma by Waves, which is a Chorus like Fx with a few more parameters than most modulators out there.
I really like how it is easy to create a more exotic Fx with it just by changing a few knobs.
Really good if you are striving for a more unique sound design.
If there is any other Plug-in or VST that you guys would like to share, or even a company that is not so famous but make sick ass plug-ins, just post it below.
Hoping to hear from you!
- This topic was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by Abstract Motion.
Waves Complete Bundle is just Amazing.
I personally use a lot H-Delay and TrueVerb and find them to be the best Modulation Effects vsts.
Compression-wise Fabfilter Pro-C 2 Is really accurate and it shows you the realtime spectrum being affected.
In fact all Fabfilter Bunddle is beautiful Pro-Q (EQ), Pro-R (Reverb), and Saturn(Dist.) are just amazing.
I find that Cytomic The Glue gives you a good character when compressing drums and I like it to give those sounds a more “artistical” and fast compression.
On Synths and samplers two friends I did on ADE showed me their songs and I asked what Vst did they use for the piano.They showed me Korg M1. Korg M1 is pretty amazing for this
Future House kind of piano sound.
I used to use Una Corda for Kontakt and it is such a beautiful instrument and really realistic.Jamie Jamie 1 year, 5 months ago
Waves definitely has some good plugins.
Are you guys familiar with ValhallaDSP though? https://otgs.io/discover/vintageverb/
Really good reverb for very little. Use it on all my projects.
Yeah Kabir, that’s the one haha
- This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by Abstract Motion.
Also, Fabfilter make some really nice plug-ins, their visual reference is very well done.
If I’m not wrong Korg M1 piano and organ sound was used in a lot of dance classics, it has some great sounds on it, would love to get my hands on one hahaha
I have never really used this Plug-in, but I heard from others producers that it is one of the best Reverbs out there. I gotta say it has a very friendly interface hahahTime Travel Companions 1 year, 5 months ago
Top end stuff : PLugin Boutique, UAD (you need uad hardware) and Eventide. Quality but pricey
Check out Reason as plugin with Reason 11.. lots of expressive hq effects and instrumentsAbstract Motion 1 year, 4 months ago
Woow, Have always been a fan of Reason’s GUI, having it as a plug-in look super fun.
Great innovation this one!Crimson Lake Production 1 year, 3 months ago
I’d like to recommend Ohmicide. It’s a really nice multiband distortion plugin with a ton of different distortion types to choose from. Easy to go overboard with, like any kind of distortion, but it’s great for polishing up an abrasive/aggressive/crunchy texture on a bass or something like that, or for some subtle coloring on drums and leads.
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