Free Vst’s

Here are two of some of the most useful Free VST’s I have seen out there. You can get lost in a sea of crappy vst’s. Here are some of the gems.

SIR1 Impulse Reverb

This is a reverb device that works with “impulse-responses”. Impulse-responses are generated by recording short broadband signals and their corresponding room-reflections. What you get contains the information needed to reproduce the same room with other signals.

This only runs on Windows. If you want the new better version, or have a mac then check out for the even better paid version.

Sir is a Convolution Reverb. That means it needs an IR file to emulate different spaces. Absolutely amazing sounds can be had with it.

You can read a little more on Convolution Reverb at or you can download my free library of IR’s Bellow.

{loadposition IR}


This is a very simple stereo widener. Great visuals to see what is happening. Simple and True.

Download for both of these below. More vst’s to come so stayed tuned.

{loadposition freevst}

By | April 14th, 2011|Gear Review|5 Comments

Vst Audio to Midi – Celemony

A friend of mine told me about an amazing program and vst he has been using that allows him to beat box, or sing, and then take that sound and turn it into midi notes for his composition and music creation. This program is called Melodyne.

I tested out the program over the last few weeks, and HIGHLY suggest it for any electronic music producer. It is an absolute amazing program that can change the way you make music. Below are some of it’s fetures and video on the program.

Celemony Melodyne plugin Features:

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  • Runs as plug-in (VST, AU, RTAS) in your host sequencer
  • Ideal for the correction and optimization of vocals
  • Suitable also for single-voice instruments, drum loops and percussion
  • Intuitive note-based editing
  • Control of pitch, time, length, volume and formants of each note
  • Best quality pitch-shifting and time-stretching
  • Swift operation, scale snap, multi-level Undo function
  • Realtime control and automation for pitch, formants and volume
  • For Mac OS X (PowerPC and Intel-based) and Windows XP

By | April 6th, 2011|Gear Review|0 Comments
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