Top 5 Live Gear Releases of 2020: Our Favourites Rated!

Best Live Gear 2020Our pick of the Top 5 Live Gear Releases of 2020 is here. And whilst it’s undoubtedly been a bad year for live music, it’s been a surprisingly good one for live music gear! From mixing desks to microphones, portable recorders to podcasting: it’s all here in our pick of the year’s best live gear.

1.Behringer Wing

Yes, we can hear the cries of derision from here and the eye-rolling from certain members of the live community: “But there have been much better, more exciting mixing desks released this year”. And yes, you’re right, there’s little in terms of paper specifications that are especially groundbreaking with the Behringer Wing. So why is it here then? Well, had the brakes not been solidly applied to live shows this year, I think it’s fair to say that you’d have seen this desk appear everywhere

Behringer’s X32, and the Midas equivalent, the M32 have become the de-facto mid-size venue digital mixing desks. They’re the desks most techs and most bands end up working with and so that particular market niche is a massive and important one. It seems inevitable to us, that the Wing will end up supplanting the X32/M32 overtime and becoming the new de-facto. In doing so, it also has the ability to bring new features and workflows to that arena. Dante networking and customisable control surface workflows are all part of the Wing experience.

Behringer WING

Behringer WING

2.Zoom H8

It’s been an amazing year for Zoom who have given us time and again interesting, innovative, useful and accessible products. The Zoom H8, for us, is the standout of all of those products for one reason alone: versatility. It’s true that the Zoom H8 absolutely excels as a portable audio recorder, but it’s also an ‘audio swiss-army-knife’ of a product. A tap of its full-colour touchscreen transforms it from a portable recorder to a podcasting interface and more! Check out our hands-on review of the Zoom H8 to find out what we really thought of it!

2020 has been a year where we’ve all had to adapt to changes in the way we work and approach “live” performances. The Zoom H8 feels like a near-perfect product for an imperfect time, and so for that reason, it gets a very deserved spot on our list of Top 5 Live Gear Releases of 2020

3.Bandcamp Live

Can an online service count as “live gear”? We think so, and of all the online services that have appeared in 2020, it’s Bandcamp Live which gets a deserved spot on this list. Bandcamp has an enviable reputation for being one of the most “ethical” of online platforms for artists. Bandcamp has offered a low commission, open and transparent virtual store front for artists for some years now. If you want to buy merch, downloads, or even physical releases, Bandcamp is great for fans and artists alike.

We were over the moon to see Bandcamp introduce a ticketed, live event streaming solution in the form of Bandcamp Live. As many artists moved to live-streaming as a necessary income stream, so too did existing platforms look to cash-in. In contrast to this, Bandcamp only charges a 10% commission and is waiving all fees until March 2021! We take our hats off to Bandcamp for doing something genuinely positive to help artists at this turbulent time.


4.Tyxit T.One

In our position, it’s rare to have a press release in our inbox that’s truly innovative; even rarer is to have a new idea which has been well thought out… So, imagine our surprise when we received news of a new Kickstarter project from Tyxit. The Tyxit T.One aimed to free you from endless cables, expensive wireless systems and monitoring and recording problems. All you need is to plug in one of TYXIT’s transmitters, use a receiver pack for your monitoring and mix yourself using an app on your phone.

We were initially sceptical, as we’ve heard about so-called “revolutionary wireless systems” before (Audiofusion anyone? No?). The difference with the Tyxit T.One system is that the technology behind it all stands a good chance of actually working. Obviously, it’s not going to be a wireless solution for every use case, but the Tyxit system is innovative and exciting enough to earn a spot on our Top 5 Live Gear Releases of 2020.

5. Beyerdynamic TGD70

2020 has undoubtedly been a year where “reinvention” has been a key theme for all of us in the live music world. It’s therefore entirely fitting that our last entry on our list features the reinvention of a legendary microphone: The Beyer M88. Originally introduced as a very high quality, high-fidelity dynamic vocal microphone, the M88 sound found a home inside kick drums and on guitar amps too. Recognising this, Beyer took the M88 capsule and created the TGD70.

Finally, we have a dedicated kick drum microphone utilising that legendary M88 capsule but with a slightly tweaked frequency response. Along with that, the TGD70 offers a much more practical and durable industrial design in keeping with a dedicated instrument microphone. We can’t wait to get our hands on one and see if the kick-drum classics like the Shure Beta 52 and Audix D6 now have a serious contender.

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Best Free VST Plugins Of 2020

Best Free VST Plugins Of 2020

Bedroom Producers Blog announces the best free VST plugins of 2020. Instead of writing a massive article with 20+ freebies, I had to do something different year (click here to learn why). This year, BPB selected the five best entries in five different categories: Best Free VST Synthesizer 2020 Best Free VST Effect 2020 Best […]

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Giant Verb Is A FREE Reverb Plugin By Digital Systemic Emulations

Giant Verb by Digital Systemic Emulations

Digital Systemic Emulations released Giant Verb, a freeware reverb effect in VST and AU plugin formats for digital audio workstations on PC and Mac. Giant Verb is an analog-inspired reverb effect optimized for low CPU consumption. The plugin emulates the behavior of analog hardware reverbs, in the sense that the input stage can be overdrive […]

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Best free plug-ins this year: Top 10 free effects and synths of 2020

Best free plug-ins this yearOn the last Sunday of the year, it’s time to look back at the best freeware plug-ins of 2020. We’ve gone through all of our Sunday freeware collections and hand-picked ten effects and synths that stood out from the rest. Here’s our list of the 10 best free plug-ins of 2020.

You can look back at all of our Sunday freeware posts in the archives.

Valhalla Supermassive

Valhalla SupermassiveLet’s begin this list with an awesome freebie from Valhalla DSP. Supermassive is a huge reverb based on feedback delay networks. This is no reverb that pretends to sound like actual, physical spaces. Instead, Supermassive takes you on a journey through super lush, modulated, otherworldly reverbs and other effects. With now 12 different modes and plenty of parameters to adjust, this is a beast of a free reverb plug-in that just keeps getting better.

Valhalla Supermassive runs on Windows and macOS in VST, AU and AAX formats (32/64 bit).

Get Supermassive here

Matt Tytel Vital

Matt Tytel VitalMatt Tytel (the guy behind the wonderful Helm software synth) released this stunning wavetable synth this year. And if you thought you knew wavetables, prepare to be blown away. Vital lets you do things like create wavetables from scratch, modulate them in every imaginable way and even generate wavetables from text. It’s pretty rad. There’s a free basic version which qualifies Vital for this list, but the Plus ($25) and Pro ($80) versions with more wavetables are where it’s really at.

Vital runs on Windows 10 or higher, macOS 10.12 or higher and Ubuntu Linux 18.04 and above. It comes in VST, VST3, AU and LV2 formats.

Get Vital here

Audiomodern Filterstep

Audiomodern FilterstepFilterstep by Audiomodern is a resonant multi-mode filter paired with a modulation sequencer. It lets you create rhythmic filtering sequences with up to 32 steps and run them in sync with your host tempo in various modes like forward, backward and ping-pong. There are also a couple of randomization features to spark your creativity, and you can save and recall presets on the fly. It’s a great way to add motion to a track! For more stuff like this, check out our list of the 10 best creative filtering plug-ins.

Audiomodern Filterstep runs on macOS, Windows and iOS.

Get Filterstep for macOS and Windows here

Get Filterstep for iOS from the App Store

The Wave Warden Odin 2

TheWaveWarden Odin 2Odin 2 is a huge software synthesizer with tons of different oscillator and filter models. It does many different kinds of synthesis, including virtual analog, wavetable, vector, FM and several others. You can even draw your own waveforms. The list of filters includes Oberheim, Moog and Korg emulations. Odin 2 also offers a good selection of envelopes and LFOs and a massive modulation matrix to bring it all together. It’s quite remarkable for a freeware synthesizer!

Odin 2 is available for macOS, Windows and Linux in VST3, AU and LV2 formats.

Get Odin 2 here

Analog Obsession LOADED

Analog Obsession LOADEDAnalog Obsession has become a regular guest in our Sunday freeware columns, because they consistently keep releasing very fine free plug-ins. LOADED is a virtual 500-series channel strip that came out step by step over several beta releases last summer. The final version offers a preamp, de-esser, gate, EQ and compressor, alongside a main control unit. Great stuff! Please consider supporting the developer on Patreon if you enjoy his plug-ins.

LOADED is available for Windows and macOS in VST, VST3 and AU formats.

Get LOADED here

SyS Audio Research Ton-Geraet 1

Sys Audio Research Ton-Geraet 1Sound designers developed some creative tricks to get a wider variety of timbres out of the C64’s SID chip back in the 80s. The synthesis model used in this one-of-a-kind software synth is based on some of these ideas. Ton-Geraet 1 isn’t a SID clone, but it uses similar concepts like wave morphing and sequentially switching basic waveforms a very fast rate. The plug-ins was originally released in 2016 and became freeware this year. One more reason to check this one out!

Ton-Geraet 1 is a VST plug-in for Windows 7 or higher (32/64 bit).

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GSi Varispeed

GSi VarispeedVarispeed is a free simulation of the WEM Copicat IC-400 tape delay. The original featured a DC capstan motor capable of changing speed, which enabled users to change the delay time in real time. Varispeed models the analog device in great detail, with the added benefit of MIDI control. You can shape the effect with the swell, repeat and echo tone knobs, as well as the Varispeed control and independent volume knobs for the three playback heads.

Varispeed is available for Windows, macOS and Linux in VST, VST3, AU and stand-alone formats.

Get Varispeed here

Tokyo Dawn Records Molotok

TDR MolotokMolotok is the free sibling of the more advanced Molot GE dynamics plug-in inspired by the freeware classic Molot by VladG. Although not a clone, it’s designed to do the sort of thing that the legendary Fairchild compressor is famous for: musical compression with tons of character and overall sonic enhancement. Compared to the full version, Molotok is missing a couple of parameters, but it’s nonetheless one of the most interesting free dynamics processors to come out of 2020.

TDR Molotok is available for Windows and macOS in VST, AU and AAX formats.

Get Molotok here

Full Bucket Music Tricent MKIII

Full Bucket Music Tricent MkIIIWith Tricent MKIII, Full Bucket Music continues its long streak of excellent freeware synths. The emulation of the classic Korg Trident analog synthesizer recreates the original’s three sections for synthesizer, brass and strings, each with its own set of controls. Just like on the original, you can split the keyboard and assign sections to the lower or upper parts, or blend them together. Also included is the flanger effect, which was arguably the best feature of the Trident.

Full Bucket Music Tricent MkIII is available for Windows and macOS in VST and AU formats (32/64 bit).

Get Tricent MKIII here


CHOW Tape ModelThis emulation of an analog tape recorder began as a class project at Stanford University. It was originally modeled after the Sony TC-260, but offers many adjustable parameters like hysteresis, loss and degradation, so you can dial in a wide variety of sounds. The developer continues to improve it, so be sure to check for updates once in a while. Also check out Chow’s other plug-ins like ChowMatrix and the pedal emulations ChowPhaser and ChowCentaur, which are just as good.

CHOW Tape Model is available for Windows, macOS and Linux in VST, VST3, AU, LV2 and stand-alone formats.

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Best of Eurorack 2020: 8 modules you need in your rack!

Best Eurorack Modules 2020You can drown in Eurorack modules these days but here are the ones that have risen above the waves for us this year. Sometimes it’s the sound, the functionality or feature and sometimes it’s the smallest detail. Eurorack is so many things; it’s real, tangible, it’s clever, it’s visceral, it’s about art and engineering, it can revolutionise your creative process and take you in new directions with a single module. It continues to thrill and fascinate.

Qu-Bit Surface

A breathtakingly beautiful module. It’s not unique, there have been plenty of modules that model or generate plucked or struck sounds. But for me Surface brought that vibe together in an elegant and instantly usable way. It has a number of different models going beyond the string into electric and prepared piano, percussion and noises. You then have control over Tone, Decay and Strike which can dramatically change the nuance of the sound that fills up to 8 voices in overlapping modular heaven. If you want more there’s a Dark Mode hidden inside that lets all the parameters find their way to less musical and more versatile destinations. It’s a lovely thing.

Qu-Bit Surface

Qu-Bit Surface

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Omsonic Stochastic Inspiration Generator

Not entirely exactly when this first made it out into the wild but I was on the waiting list a long time before mine arrived over the summer. The Stochastic Inspiration Generator is a work of art in modular form. It’s a sequencer but one where rather than programming notes or steps you suggest a melody and a course of action and Stochastic interprets that into some of the sweetest collections of notes I’ve ever encountered. Each event it generates has its pitch, octave, duration, onset, offset, portamento and ratchet set by probability controls and you can decide how much control and input you want to exert on that. It’s both dreamy and baffling, intuitive and astonishing.

Omsonic Stochastic Inspiration Generator

Omsonic Stochastic Inspiration Generator

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Expert Sleepers Super Disting EX Plus

Everyone has a Disting 3 or 4. Everyone loves the functionality, the multiple algorithms that solve so many problems you didn’t even know you had. It’s one of the most useful modules in Eurorack. However, nobody loves the interface, nobody. When the Super Duper Disting EX Plus came along we realised with joy that we could have twice the functionality and an interface that didn’t make you want to pull your own teeth out with a patch cable.

Disting EX is totally brilliant. They’ve squeezed in an 8-voice polyphonic sampler, a stereo tape delay and a super-long audio recorder for capturing your performances. The sample rate has been increased to 96kHz, it has more RAM for longer and more complex reverbs and delay and the triggering latency has been shaved down. And just look at that beautiful OLED screen telling you exactly what’s going on – glorious!

Disting EX

Disting EX

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RYK M185 Sequencer

The M185 is a classic sequencer designed originally for the Roland System 100 and then became the popular Metropolis Sequencer from Intellijel. The original designer felt it was time to resurrect and improve upon his original intentions and the result is a brilliantly playable sequencer that feeds off an intuitively creative gate pattern system. Each of the 8-steps can have up to 8 beats which can be gated in a number of interesting ways. The rhythms and possibilities it generates can be surprising and a lot of fun. You can restrict the flow to keep to the same number of steps per cycle or let it build and retract steps as you play. You can even split it into two separate sequencers and share the steps between them. It’s a lot of fun.

RYK M185

RYK M185

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Behringer FILTAMP Module 1006

Behringer’s approach to Eurorack has been to model vintage modular systems like the Roland System 100 and Moog Modular and then release the modules slowly over time. When they took on the ARP 2500 I had hoped that the smaller range of modules may result in a more coherent release schedule, but no, we’ve only had a few so far. The stand out release though has been the 1006 FILTAMP a combination of a classic ARP filter and VCA in a versatile and fat sounding module.

FILTAMP can mix in two audio sources and then has 3 CV inputs to control the filter cutoff allowing you to set up complex and creative modulations. Two of the CV inputs can also be routed to the internal VCA which can double up on envelopes or run them completely independently. The filter likes to self-oscillate and sounds as good as any filter in my rack while having a distinct character. The build quality suits the budget pricing but the sound and functionality are top-notch.

Behringer FILTAMP Module 1006

Behringer FILTAMP Module 1006

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Robaux 3PT

A stunning little multi-functional module that looks fabulous regardless of what it’s doing. You’ve got to love those three rings spinning and bouncing about. They brilliantly illustrate the most obvious mode of the 3PT which is as a 3-channel LFO. But that’s just the beginning. In Chord mode you can output triads controlled via the CV input. In Quantize Mode it will apply one of 24 scales to whatever is coming in. It can send Randomisation out across all three channels either stepped or free form. To complete the set it can also be an 8-step sequencer. All the while looking fabulously animated.

The 3PT is not breaking any boundaries or pushing any envelopes but it’s perfectly formed, visually helpful and has features that any small system would final invaluable. The kit version is under £100 and very straight forward to build and even the manual and packaging is a cut above most other modules. Robaux nailed it with this one.

Robaux 3PT

Robaux 3PT

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Cosmotronic COSMIX

There are a lot of ways to mix in Eurorack but it’s also an area that’s forever evolving. Cosmotronic found a sweet spot with their COSMIX 8-channel mixer module. It has 4 mono and 2 stereo channels, an auxiliary send and clickless mute switches. They layout is clear, well designed and easy to access; it’s a neat and tidy looking module. The special sauce comes in the aural enhancing analog overdrive circuit. It has separate controls over the low and high-end saturation and gives amazing spatial resolution. Each channel in the mixer can be pushed into overdrive by going past the white line; I really love that feature. It’s all thoughtfully done and brings a lot of extra oompf to some simple functionality.

Cosmotronic COSMIX

Cosmotronic COSMIX

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Instruó Saïch

All Instruo modules are beautiful artisan creations of sound and voltage sculpting and so their presence in any “Best of” list is completed expected. This year they had an intriguing pin Matrix module but it was this quad oscillator piece of magic that caught my attention the most. 4 oscillators that are detuned relative to the first and addressed either together or separately. There are a number of modes by which the oscillators move and evolve and there’s this crossfader at the bottom that morphs wonderfully between ideas and possibilities. It’s joyful and elegant like all Instruo modules and elevates any rack in which it finds itself.

Instruo Saich

Instruo Saich

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The Best Plug-ins of 2020: Top 10 Compressors, EQs, and Creative Effects

Best Plug-ins 2020: Top 10 Effect ProcessorsAs this dreck of a year’s end approaches, it’s time to take a look back at 10 of the more interesting plug-ins which saw light amidst all the cacophony and destruction caused by the pandemic. This isn’t a cherry-picked list of personal favorites – it’s the 10 plug-ins you, our dearest readers, were most interested in over the past 12 months. I’d like to commend you on your taste! Check out our Top 10 Studio gear choices if you haven’t, and look forward to some more end-of-year lists in the weeks ahead.

FirePresser (Firesonic & United Plug-ins)

FirePresser plug-in

The FirePresser GUI

FirePresser showcased an innovative concept of blending between four familiar compression characters through the use of a clickpad. This idea builds on the practice of chaining compressors in series in the hardware or software realm. Rather than tweak each compressor individually, you can adjust compression from a simple set of controls and proceed to blend between four emulated models – Varimu, Stress, DB160, and 76. You can shape the sound further with adjustable Turbo and Saturator controls. Firepresser is a forward-thinking multi-compressor with a fresh sonic approach.

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Comeback Kid (Baby Audio)

Baby Audio Comeback Kid

Baby Audio Comeback Kid

Comeback Kid earned its popularity by being a powerful, yet non-complicated delay plug-in. The built-in audio degradation and tape saturation features make it particularly fun! Later in 2020, developer Baby Audio brought in a paired-down version called Baby Comeback, which you can have for free. It ended up being one of this year’s finest freebies!

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Midas Heritage 3000 (TC Electronic)

TC Electronic Midas Heritage 3000 plug-ins

TC Electronic Midas Heritage 3000 plug-ins

The PEQ 3000 and DYN 3000 plug-ins are inspired by the Midas Heritage 3000, a widely used console from the early 2000s. TC Electronic claims that they bring the “true tone and feel” of the mixing desk to your DAW. And if you’re a die-hard fan, you can spring for the optional hardware controllers, which aim to recreate the actual hardware experience. MH 3000 is the latest incarnation of TC’s concept of pairing gear emulations with controllers recreating the actual hardware. It’s a really cool way of paying respect to the originals, rather than releasing them as yet another plug-in.

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Valhalla Supermassive (ValhallaDSP)

Valhalla DSP Supermassive Delay

Valhalla Supermassive is among the most praised reverbs of 2020. It’s based on the concept of feedback delay networks, which is a different approach from your typical algorithmic or convolution reverb. This pays off in great audio quality, and the best part is you can get the plug-in absolutely free!

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SP950 (waveTracing)

waveTracing SP950

waveTracing SP950 effect plug-in

SP950 accurately replicates the gruff sonic character of two vintage samplers – the E-MU SP-1200 and the AKAI S950. The plug-in combines an emulation of the SP-1200’s 12-bit sampling with a model of the S950’s Butterworth filter. It even honours the practice of sampling vinyl records at high speeds then pitching the samples down to fit in more seconds of audio. It was a necessity, for memory was very expensive back in the day. This practice contributed to a telltale sound, which you can easily recreate with the plug-in’s RPM fader.

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Silika (Kush Audio)

Kush Audio Silika compressor

Kush Audio Silika

Silika is a great-sounding compressor plug-in with a vintage flavour owing to emulated components from respected units – ADR Compex transformers and the Neve 2254 diode-bridge gain reduction circuit – along with a bespoke harmonic distortion generator. It’s the kind of software compressor that would be considered in high regard if it existed as actual hardware.

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soothe2 (oeksound)

oeksound soothe 2

The original soothe plug-in from 2017 pioneered the concept of a self-adjusting dynamic EQ which automatically corrects unpleasant resonances and harshness. The sequel deals away with the three-band limit of its predecessor by acting across the full frequency range with adjustable Attack and Speed parameters, dual processing modes, and performance improvements.

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Polygon 2.0 (Glitchmachines)

Glitchmachines Polygon 2

Polygon 2.0 takes granular sampling and synthesis to the next level with 4 granular samplers, dual oscillators, 4 modulation sequencers, 8 LFOs, and dual insert effects per sampler. Other facilities include a global filter, a pair of global effects, a randomizer for individual or global parameters, and polyphony. Whatever audio you feed into this beast will be rendered completely unrecognisable!

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Big FrEQ (Empirical Labs)

Empirical Labs Big FrEQ

Big FrEQ is manufacturer Empirical Labs’s second foray into plug-ins after a long and esteemed career in studio hardware. It’s a six-band parametric equalizer which successfully combines the old and the new in terms of look and feel. The EQ section is finished off with a saturation module for added heft and grit.

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Molot GE (Tokyo Dawn Records)

Tokyo Dawn Molot GE

Molot GE is a modern re-incarnation of developer VladG’s old Molot compressor plug-in. Molot is a freeware classic that made a serious case for how realistic and colorful analog-modeled plug-ins can actually sound. At heart, this is a Fairchild-style tube compressor, expanded with very detailed controls and a formidable saturation stage. Honoring Molot’s freeware origins, developer TDR released the paired-down Molot (2020) for free.

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Function Loops Releases Xmas 2020 Free Sample Pack

Free Xmas 2020 Sample Pack by Function Loops

Function Loops released Xmas 2020 Free Sample Pack, a free sound library to help you produce music during the holiday season. Xmas 2020 Free Sample Pack is a 280 MB download containing 150 royalty-free audio loops, vocals, one-shot samples, and MIDI sequences. The sounds are provided in the 24-bit WAV format, labeled with BPM info […]

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HighLife Samples Releases Trance Free Samples Sound Library

HighLife Samples Trance Free Samples Sound Library

HighLife Samples released Trance Free Samples, a free collection of royalty-free trance MIDI files and audio loops in WAV format (requires mailing list subscription). Trance Free Samples contains two construction kits, each featuring a set of trance loops and MIDI sequences. The included audio material is provided royalty-free for use in commercial music projects. The […]

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AudioThing Texture Granular Reverb Is FREE Until December 31st

Texture by AudioThing

AudioThing released Texture (€19 value), a granular reverb effect in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX plugin formats. The plugin is free to download until December 31st, 2020. Texture is a freeware granular reverb plugin with pitch shifting and mid/side functionality. AudioThing explains that Texture can “transform any sound into an ambient soundscape.” The plugin features a […]

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