Favorite plug ins, worth buying ๐Ÿ™‚


#21

+1 for any Valhalla, Klanghelm, Madronalabs, TDR Labs

iโ€™d add Goodhertz (their limiter is a favorite).


#22

YES! I love Madrona Labs Aalto. So good!

http://madronalabs.com/products/aalto


#23

madrona lab aalto is a masterpiece it is so inspiring to play


#24

IMG_7403


#25

Been waiting for an excuse to buy Kaivo. Thank you!


#26

I just picked this up and it is great - https://xferrecords.com/products/cthulhu
Almost like having a Kria arpeggiator in the box.


#27

Iโ€™ve been buying most of the AudioDamage iOS stuff lately, and will probably buy some of the desktop stuff when i have disposable income again


#28

deep cut twin peaks discount code < 3


#29

Yeah thatโ€™s a super cool code indeed ^^


#30

Supatrigga, a free plugin that chops the incoming audio and re-arrange it in several ways.
http://bram.smartelectronix.com/plugins.php?id=6


#31

The goodhertz plugins are now available for windows as well (in beta, but they work well for me). Thought someone here might be interested.


#32

Looks useful. Need to give it a try.


#33

still using my old little plug-ins both on my old & new computer, but i like to check plug-in boutiqueโ€ฆnot just for the deals, but also for โ€œstoringโ€ my licenses and updates.

hope it helps!
pug


#34

Any opinions on Waves? Sound/usability/the licencing & installation system?

Theyโ€™ve got a huge sale on at the moment & the Silver bundle looks like it might scratch my itchโ€ฆ I had to downgrade my Ableton licence from Suite to Intro recently, and am really missing EQ8, Glue etc.


#35

C R U S H E R - X !!!

Iโ€™m surprised that with a group that thrives within complexity that one of the more intriguing granular effects wasnโ€™t already listed here, There is nothing else remotely like it.

http://www.accsone.com/


#36

long in the tooth, but many staples and workhorses there. no problems with installation or function. must be all kinds of reasons theyโ€™re still around. i find them quite cpu-effective. the L1 and L3 always amaze me, and so does their de-esser.


#37

I love this too and itโ€™s currently 55% off on reverb, heads up yโ€™all.


#38

The Plugin Alliance ones that Mike Hetrick released are really amazing. SpecOps is wonderful for drums. I canโ€™t say how much i have enjoyed using that the past two weeks


#39

+1 on everything from Valhalla and Madrona Labs. Money well spent.

Besides those, my favorite software instrument is the good old Korg Wavestation. It is one of the rare occasions when a plugin is better than the original hardware. And even today it has a very unique sound that is hard to recreate otherwise.

I donโ€™t even know what it costs these days. Everytime I update my computer, it is the first plugin I open up to make sure it still works.


#40

I love the Wavestation plugin, and the M1 one too. They sound just as good as the hardware, and the interface is better too. I just wish they updated them so they can be resized, theyโ€™re looking awful small on my monitor these days.