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Re: Free Plug ins

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I saw that when I used their symphony plugin for Nur Ein. I downloaded a few LABS instruments but so far have only used their Drums instrument, which I think sounds awesome (limited number of pieces in the kit though but for me that's not a problem). I used it right away for the next two Moss Palace Nur Ein songs after the Bond theme round. I haven't had a chance to check out the other stuff, but some of it is a little weird/exotic, which is cool.

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Re: Free Plug ins

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Yeah I've been having fun with Spitfire Labs stuff for years but I don't think I've ever actually finished a track with it.
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Rheem Key Bass VSTi - https://www.martinic.com/en/products/kee-bass

Bring some groovy, bassy vibes back from the ‘60s and straight into your music with our faithful emulation of one of the first monophonic string bass simulators, the Rheem Kee Bass.

Our Kee Bass VST/AU plugin is based on the original electronic schema and an actual physical Kee Bass. Firstly we modeled the instrument precisely (no sampling at all), then we added a few modern features to make it more versatile and unique, such as an extended range, a filter, and modulation.

And best of all… we’re giving you a license FOR FREE!
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I didn't scroll back but has the SonEQ plugin been mentioned? Some cool little features to it. I used it on the guitars for my "rolling in" submission and was mightily impressed. I tried to use it on the vocal and had less success. But then, I'd already processed the vox so I might need to start fresh for an honest perspective.

https://sonimus.com/products/soneq
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Re: Free Plug ins

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I got that Kee Bass mentioned above and I LOVE IT. It's going everywhere now. LABS has made its appearance in a couple of submissions and side pieces so far. Thanks for the recommendations!
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