Your Favorite VST Instrument Plug-Ins

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Prog Loving Strigiforme
Member Since: Feb 21, 2005

Just wondered what your favorite freeware/shareware/commercially available VST Instrument Plug-Ins are, your experiences and comments?

Thus far, I've really been enjoying:


Virtual Mellotrons:

Tapeworm www.tweakbench.com/instruments.php?id=6

Mellowsound
www.batsounds.com


Virtual Hammonds

Organized Trio
www.soundfonts.it/?a=downloads&b=13

ZR3
rumpelrausch.de.vu/


Synth:

Mini Mogue
glenstegner.com/softsynths.html

ARPPE 2600
glenstegner.com/softsynths.html

What are yours?

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A small pie will soon be eaten
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Since: Aug 26, 2004


May 14, 2005 10:44 am

Owl, Iím on my way to bed, but at a cursory glance, these links look awesome!!!

On the Morrow I shall be getting amongst them big-time!

Nice work!!!

For free (and other) stuff Iíve always used www.kvraudio.com/




Prog Loving Strigiforme
Member
Since: Feb 21, 2005


May 14, 2005 10:47 am

Definitely Bleak!! I LOVE KVR Audio! That's where I found the vast majority of mine.

A small pie will soon be eaten
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Since: Aug 26, 2004


May 14, 2005 11:06 am

I'm so glad i dont take drugs anymore! i'd have left this world listening to 'there ain't no such things .....'

MAN !!! intense!

You do that style of music really well mate!

i'm quite the fan now :)

Hold 'Em Czar
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Since: Dec 30, 2004


May 14, 2005 11:07 am

i love NI's FM7, i've only got the demo, but this thing is schweet!!! now if only i could learn how to program it.

Prince CZAR-ming
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Since: Apr 08, 2004


May 14, 2005 12:37 pm

I've been using the EVM Grand Piano synth lately. It's very nice. Better than a bunch of piano soundfonts I've ran across.

Cone Poker
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Since: Apr 07, 2002


May 14, 2005 09:41 pm

Pro-53

Dub head
Member
Since: May 03, 2004


May 15, 2005 06:59 pm

NI's B4 organ I use in almost everything. Plus, it sounds amazing.

A small pie will soon be eaten
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Since: Aug 26, 2004


May 16, 2005 03:30 am

OH yeah!!!!!!!

LOVE the B4

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