Downloads

NOTE: Unfortunately the server where I hosted these plugins has been shut down and I don’t have a backup of the actual download files. Since these were posted, I have also bought both a new Mac and a new Windows machine, so I need to set up the Xcode & Visual Studio projects again and rebuild to make these available. I will do that when I get the time, but until then, the links below will be broken.


RadVerb, Modulating Reverb

logo_maclogo_au RadVerb (UB, v. 1.0.2)

logo_maclogo_vst RadVerb (UB, v. 1.0.1)

logo_winlogo_vst RadVerb (32-bit, v. 1.0.1)

logo_winlogo_vst RadVerb (64-bit, v. 1.0.1)

Features:

  • Lightweight, flexible reverb effect with 9 presets
  • Smooth knob controls (mouse/mouse wheel, type in value manually) capable of fine granularity for parameter settings
  • Smooth parameter changes

Requires:

  • VST 2.4 / Audio Unit capable host
  • Mac: OS X 10.6.8+ (Carbon UI is not supported for Audio Unit)
  • Windows: Tested on Windows 7, XP (SP3)

TicTacToe

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A game of tic-tac-toe with audio built in FMOD, based on the minimalist piano piece “Für Alina” by Arvo Pärt, following a set of simple rules and patterns in how it responds to player actions and the game state.

logo_mac Tic-Tac-Toe (UB, version 1.0.9)

Requires OS X 10.7+


Dyner, Ring Modulation

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logo_maclogo_vst  Dyner (UB, version 1.0.4)

logo_winlogo_vst  Dyner (32-bit, version 1.0.4)

logo_winlogo_vst  Dyner (64-bit, version 1.0.4)

Features:

  • Five oscillators (sine, sawtooth up, sawtooth down, triangle, square)
  • Oscillators are fully band-limited and FFT-generated for optimum performance
  • 2X oversampling to avoid aliasing effects
  • Smooth knob controls (mouse/mouse wheel, type in value manually) capable of fine granularity for parameter settings

Requires:

  • VST 2.4 capable host
  • SSE3 processor support
  • Mac: OS X 10.6.8+
  • Windows: Tested on Windows 7, XP (SP3)

 

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19 thoughts on “Downloads

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      1. AM

        Oh, okay. <=((( Thank You for taking the time to reply. Well I honestly hope that You will someday return to plugin developing because Your plugins are awesome. =)))

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  5. dCFO

    I was mesmerized by the Tic-Tac-Toe! How did you get such an authentic piano sound? I soooo need to re-create the same effect. While I can do it with 5 Mb sound files per note, somehow that doesn’t strike me as a viable solution.

    Reply
    1. Christian Post author

      That was done a few years ago, but I think I just recorded my digital piano using a line in to my USB audio interface. Then I did some post processing in Logic.

      Reply
  6. Georgios

    I tried to install the Envelope Matcher in Audacity, I enabled it but it doesnt appear in the effects drop-down menu. WHy is that?

    Reply
  7. AM

    Hello.

    Just wanted to ask if You still have plans to remake the Radverb?? Also I am only asking, could You make a new, convolution reverb plugin?? Thank You.

    Best regards,
    AM

    Reply
  8. ProteusM

    Dear Mister Christian Floisand, is there any chance that You could rebuild the RadVerb during the summer holidays? That would be very much appreciated because there are many people who would love to use RadVerb in their music. 🙂

    Reply
      1. ProteusM

        Dear Mister Christian Floisand, that would be absolutely awesome! Thank You very much! 🙂

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