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Re: Free Plug ins

Post by Lunkhead »

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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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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Introducing Pendulate
A Chaotic Monosynth by Newfangled Audio
Free Download:

For those bored of the same old synth sounds, Newfangled Audio's Pendulate offers something truly new. Most synthesizers sound similar because they’re based on the same technologies. Pendulate is refreshingly different – a chaotic monosynth that uses a brand-new oscillator technique to create previously unheard sounds – biting basses, searing leads.

Pendulate is based on the physics of a double pendulum. What initially looks like randomness contains underlying patterns, interconnectedness, constant feedback loops, repetition, self-similarity, fractals, and self-organization. The result is an oscillator that can smoothly fade from a sine wave to total chaos, with an expanse of territory to explore in between.
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