Author Topic: What plugins have you downloaded/bought that expanded your work?  (Read 691 times)

  • nosourno
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I think anyone who has done a proper search on the interwebberz are aware of the plethora of pugins that are available, but therefore it could also be somewhat daunting finding that particular plugin that you're looking for. I am curious though, has anyone got a certain plugin that you felt made a big difference to your work?

Here are a few that has imposed a lasting impression on me, and that I still continue to use:

Zebra/Zebra 2: a quaint little synthmaker that produces remarkable sounds, even void of any additional effects.
Crystallizer: or anything from SoundToys really, but Crystallizer specifically gives that atmospheric feedback that I love.
Bleep: a simple 8-bit synth that is quite versatile.

Not to mention the soundfonts I have acquired over the years, but that is a topic for another thread.

  • Aladar
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Re: What plugins have you downloaded/bought that expanded your work?
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2015, 04:30:21 PM »
I've already talked about it in another thread, but Glaceverb. I had (well, still have I guess, I'm just not active right now) an experimental project and I used mostly found sound while composing, so I needed a reverb plugin that will have as many options available as possible. So far, Glaceverb was the best I've found, and it's responsible for almost all the sounds I've made.