samedi 27 février 2010

Essentials VST for a virtual studio

There are a lot of VST instruments and plug-ins outhere. It’s hard to find all of them and even harder to choose which one is right for you. A good way to start is at KVR Audio. There’s a lot of information on their site so you should check it out. On the other hand, because of it’s sheer volume, browsing it can be time consuming and troublesome if you don’t know what you’re looking for. So I decided to write up a list of essential VST instruments and plug-ins that I find great and useful.

VST Instruments:

  • Linplug
    • RM IV (drum synthesizer & sampler)
    • Rob Papen Albino 3 (modular synthesizer)
    • Alpha 3 (analogue synthesizer)
  • GForce Software
    • Minimonsta (analog synthesizer)
    • impOSCar (analog, digital synthesizer)
  • KORG
    • KORG Legacy Collection – Analog Edition (synthesizers)
    • KORG Legacy Collection – Digital Edition (synthesizers)
  • Camel Audio
    • Cameleon 5000 (additive synthesizer)
  • Arturia
    • CS-80V (classic analogue synthesizer)
  • Applied Acoustics Systems
    • Lounge Lizard EP-3 (electric piano synthesizer)
  • Cakewalk
    • Z3TA+ (analog-style synthesizer)
  • Waldorf
    • PPG Wave 2.V (digital wavetable synthesizer)

VST Effects:

  • Camel Audio
    • CamelPhat 3 (drums & guitar multi-effect)
    • CamelSpace (rhythmic multi-effect for synths, guitars and drums)
  • Waves
    • Waves Mercury Bundle (over 90 processors and over 250 component plug-ins)
  • Izotope
    • Ozone 3 (mastering effects system)
    • RX (complete audio restoration)
  • Sonnox Oxford
    • Limiter
    • Inflator
    • EQ

This list is of course not complete. It’s my “bite” at VST plug-ins. I hope it does shed some light on your VST searching.

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