Unmengen legendärer Synthesizer Boliden im VST Plugin Format… gratis


Ich war erstaunt über die Vielfalt, nachdem ich eine gefühlte Minute durch die Screenshots nach unten gescrollt habe, ohne großartig zu lesen, nur Bildchen schauen, also Ihr versteht das dies eine Menge Holz an VST Synthesizern sein muss. 

Also da geht ein, nach eigener Aussage, im realen Leben als Landschaftsmaler sein Geld verdienender Musikverrückter (?) Mister Brown her und programmiert bist die CPU qualmt. Das er auch der visuellen Kunst zugeneigt ist, bemerkt man schnell beim Betrachten der Bedienoberflächen der zahlreichen Plugins,denn diese sind meist sehr realitätsnah und alle extrem augenfreundlich.

K Brown Synth 200

K Brown Synth 200

Die schiere Anzahl der Plugin ist gewaltig, ich habe bis 86 gezählt, dann habe ich aufgegeben, es ist alles dabei von MOOG, ARP, KORG, BUCHLA, ROLAND, ENSONIQ, Oberheim aber auch DOEPFER oder ALESIS sowie einige exotische Synthesizer.

Ich merke schon Ihr wollt auch unbedingt scrollen 🙂 Bitteschön …

K Brown Synth Plugis die fast endlose Liste an Synth Plugins

K Brown Synth Plugis die fast endlose Liste an Synth Plugins

Ihr seht da ist reichlich Material vorhanden, alles „made with Synthmaker“ und nur in 32 bit (darüber können MIXCRAFT 8.1 Nutzer, wie seit neuestem auch meinereiner, nur müde lächeln, denn in dieser DAW läuft alles von 32 bit bis 64 bit und natürlich auch VST3). Für andere DAWS empfehle ich die Jbridge Software, welche es möglich macht 32 bit Plugins in 64 bit DAW`s zu nutzen. Wie ich im Netzt recherchieren konnte erfreuen sich alle diese Plugins einer großen Beliebtheit und werden auch von der KVR Comunity empfohlen.

K Brown Synth rolend-block-8-cables

K Brown Synth rolend-block-8-cables

Also was soll ich hier noch großartig schreiben, sei es nur das Ihr gerade mal irgendeinen Sound aus einem Synthesizer den Ihr kennt, mal hattet oder eigentlich gerne haben möchtet „schrauben“ wollt ****, ladet Euch das entsprechende Plugin aus der Liste oder direkt alle (das Gesamtpaket umfasst gute 500MB) und los gehts! Also ran an den Speck!

**** (Noch) KEINE PRESETS  (jaja irgendwo musste die bittere Pille ja rumliegen ….)

Hier ist der Link: http://kbrownsynthplugins.weebly.com

K Brown Synth yumaha-cs-35-stick

K Brown Synth yumaha-cs-35-stick

Weiter Unten findet Ihr noch ein Video…

Und die Liste der Synthesizer Plugins, viel Spaß beim zählen …

(Habe mir erlaubt die Infos der Website des Herstellers zu entnehmen)
  • 200 C – (~approximation of most of Suzanne’s Ciani’s Buchla 200 system that now resides in the Audities Foundation.) Latest
    update – 5/6/17
  • 200 E – Represents what Buchla 200-style modules would need to be assembled to have all the capabilities of the Music Easel.
  • 200 K – Same as 200 C, but swaps a Complex Waveform Generator for the third Dual Osc, a Triple-Output stepLFO for the
    Dual Ring Mod and a Four Channel Comb Filter for the Dual CV Adder. Latest updtae – 5/6/17
  • 200 M – Inspired by the small Dodecamodule-based Buchla 200 system once owned by David Morely. Approximations of :
    – Dodecamodule.
    – Two 258-style Dual Oscillators.
    – Quad stepLFO.
    – 10-Channel Comb Filter.
    – Dual Voltage Processor.
    – Keyboard controls and 4-output Joystick based on the 221 Kinesthetic Input Port.
    Latest update: 5/6/17
  • 200 Max – Maximum number of Buchla 200 module approximations that fit on most displays without scrolling, with emphasis on
    variety of functions:
    – Two 258-style Dual Oscillators.
    – One Modulation Oscillator/Primary Oscillator (FM), styled after the 261e.
    – Quad Envelope Generator.
    – Quad LoPass/VCA.
    – Quad stepLFO/Pulse Source.
    – Dual BPF.
    – Ten-Channel Comb Filter.
    – Dual Source of Random Voltages.
    – Dual Voltage Processor.
    – Six Channel Mixer.
    Latest Update: 5/6/17
  • 80-vox – (~Yamaha CS-80). Only the basic synth-voice structure of CS-80, no ribbon, FX, etc. Replaces the Ring Mod with a
    second LFO. Aftertouch controls can be replaced with mod wheel control. Latest update: 2/21/17
  • Atticus – (~u-he Bazille). Very reduced features, different oscs, drop-down patching, hard-wired audio path, but hopefully
    a bit lighter CPU load. Panel has a hot-link to u-he’s website. Latest update: 1/13/16
  • b6 – (~Andromeda A6). A very loose approximation of some of the core synth voice structure. Filters are sorta guessed-at.
    Many thanks to ‚Knob Twiddler‘ for doing the param-naming. Latest update: 10/23/16
  • Cassini – (~between Moog Voyager and Voyager OS) No triggering on touch with XY pad. Simplified XY routing.
    Latest update: 1/12/17
  • Chorg DS-600 – Based on the Korg DS-8, but with Modulator/Carrier controls, and three pairs rather than two.
    Latest update: 11/27/16
  • Chorg 770 – (~Korg 770). Some added/enhanced features.
  • Chorg 770stick – (~Korg 770 + CATstick)
  • Chorg 870 DV – (~Korg 800DV). Many thanks to ‚Knob Twiddler‘ for doing the param-naming. Latest update: 10/15/16
  • Chorg PS-20 – (~Korg MS-20). With patch-cords! Latest update: 3/4/17
  • Chorg PS 3500- (Korg PS-3300, plus some features from 3200)
  • Chorg PS-352 – as above, but with only one synth ‚channel‘, though it contains two oscillators; rather like PS-3200.
  • CS-358 – A mash-up of features/functions from several Yamaha CS-series synths – mostly CS-15, CS-30 and CS-80.
    Latest update: 11/30/16
  • cutOats – (~Fuzzpliz’s Oatmeal). Much simplified; no arp, effects etc. Different oscs. Latest update: 1/22/17
  • CyRinx – (~Synton Syrinx). Syrinx had unusual 2-tab touch plate in place of bend and mod wheels; functions here assignable to bend and/or mod wheels. Can choose from several panel colors. Latest update: 2/11/17
  • Dark Four – (~ Four Doepfer Dark Energy).
  • Dark Steps – (~ Three Doepfer Dark Energy, plus 3×8 / 2×16 stepLFO).
  • DodecaMax – (Bucha Dodecamodule + nine 200-style modules). Adds to the Dodecamodule the maximum number of 200-
    style modules that will fit comfortably on most displays without scrolling:
    – Two 258-style Dual Oscillators.
    – One Modulation Oscillator/Primary Oscillator (FM) styled after the 261e.
    – Quad Envelope Generator.
    – Quad LPF/VCA.
    – Triple Output stepLFO/Pulse source.
    – Dual Source of Random Voltages.
    – Dual Control Voltage Processor.
    – Six Channel Mixer.
    – Set of keyboard controls and 4-way Joystick based on certain features of the 221 Kinesthetic Input Port.
    Latest update: 5/6/17
    Also available is DodecaMax II with modules selected to minimize redundancy with Dodeca functions.
  • DX Won – An approximation of most of the structure and feature set of Yamaha DX7 in a GUI that reflects the appearance of the
    DX1. Edited from a single page. Two LFOs. Envelopes much simplified, fewer Algorithms. Stereo output.
  • ELK-Ette – (~Elka Synthex). Emulates two layered voices; no splits, etc. Latest update: 1/26/17
  • eXpando – (~Oberheim Xpander). Just most of the core synth voice structure. Also available in a version with different, more
    flexible oscillator waveform controls (eXpando_osc2). Latest update: 11/13/16
  • Insoniq EZQ-1 – (~Ensoniq SQ-80/ESQ-1). Wavetables not same as hardware – various Synthmaker wavetables. Simpler EGs.
    Latest update: 1/9/17
  • Insoniq EZQ-FM – (~Ensoniq SQ-80/ESQ-1). FM Mod/Carr pairs in place of wavetable oscillators. Simpler EGs.
    Latest update: 1/3/17
  • Joker – (~u-he ACE). Drop-down patching in place of cables; hopefully lighter CPU load. Panel has a hot-link to u-he’s website.
    Latest update: 5/12/17
  • Kroma Duette – (~Rhodes Chroma). Just the core synth voice structure and hard-wired in ‚Dual‘ patch. Latest update: 1/3/17
  • Luge – (~StudioLogic Sledge). Latest update: 2/2/16
  • ‚M‘ – (a tribute to the Waldorf Q [and partly, Pulse]). Latest update: 2/18/17
  • Matrix-Six1 – (~most of the core synth functions of Oberheim Matrix-6, in the livery of Oberheim OB-1). Oscillators enhanced with
    waveform cross-fading. Also available with two2-op FM tone generators in place of the VCOs (Matrix-SixFM ), and
    a version with oscillators similar to u-he’s Podolski (Matrix-Six1p).
    Latest update : 5/9/17.
  • minimodular – (~small Moog modular with modules that reflect functions of minimoog). Latest update: 2/21/17
  • mOdyCat – (~Octave CAT), plus ‚factory mods‘ and features/panel layout from ARP Odyssey.
  • Multipoly – (~Moog Multimoog). Aftertouch controls can toggle to mod wheel control. Latest update: 1/3/17
  • Mx-Jr – (simplified approximation of Oberheim OB-Mx) Latest Update: 2/28/17
  • Nebula -K- (~Novation SuperNova). Core synth voice only – no effects, vocoder, etc. Latest update: 2/2/17
  • OatsFM – (~Fuzzpilz’s Oatmeal). Greatly simplified as in cutOats, but with FM Mod/Carr pair oscs. Latest update: 1/22/17
  • OB-2 – (~Oberheim OB-1, with doubled Oscs/Filt/Amps, like Two Voice). Latest update: 2/21/17
  • Obie-12 – (~’Oberheim’/Viscount OB-12). Voice structure emulation only; no layers, splits, arp, etc. Latest update: 1/27/17
  • Obie 2V – (~Oberheim Two Voice).
  • OdyPatch – (~ARP Odyssey with patch cords; patch field inspired by Madrona Labs‘ Aalto). Latest update: 1/25/17
  • Polly – (~Moog Polymoog). A very approximate approximation! Latest update: 1/3/17
  • PolyStep – Inspired by the Quasimidi Polymorph, but with simple stepLFOs and simpler oscs; no FX. Latest update: 12/4/16
  • PPG 1022 – (~ crude approximation of a mash-up of PPG 1002 (early patch-cord version) and 1020.)
  • Rolend Block-1 – (~Roland System 700 ‚Block-1‘ Main Cabinet). Drop-down patching. Also available is a version that exchanges
    the Amp/Follower/Integrator module for a second Dual Envelope Generator.
  • Rolend Block-8 – (~Roland System 700 Block-8 ‚Lab‘ configuration). Available with drop-down patching or virtual patch cables!
    Latest update: 2/18/17
  • Rolend Cronus – (~Roland Gaia). Just the three osc/filt/amp synthlines, plus a couple of FX. Latest update: 11/10/16
  • Rolend JP-680 – (~Roland Jupiter-6 / Jupiter-8 mash-up). No arpeggiator. Latest update: 1/3/17
  • Rolend PG-238 – (~Roland Jx-8p / Jx-3p / Alpha Juno mashup). Graphics based on PG-200 programmer. Latest update: 2/21/17
  • Rolend SH-12 – (~Roland SH-1 / SH-2 mash-up). Latest update: 12/9/16
  • Rolend SH-1200 – (~Roland SH-1000 w/o the ‚Pre-Setting tablets‘, but with the aftertouch controls from the SH-2000).
  • Rolend SH-57 – (~Roland SH-5 / SH-7 mash-up, in SH-5 livery). Latest update: 2/21/17
  • Rolend SH-75 – (~Roland SH-7 / SH-5 mashup, in SH-7 livery). Latest update: 1/22/17
  • Rolend System 101Max_suite – (~Roland System 100M, in imaginary 7-module racks; modules have some added features)
    101Max – Two 2VCO, with additional waveforms and FM.
    Two 2VCF, CS-80 style HP VCF in series with LP VCF.
    Two 2VCA, with CS-80-style sine mixers.
    Two 2ENV-LFO, EGs have adjustable expo curve, extendable times and onset delay.
    One Ring-Noise S&H LFO
    101Max_m – same as above but with Mixer-Volt Proc in place of Ring-Noise S&H LFO
    101Max_s – “ “ “ Dual stepLFO “ “ “
    101Max_sh – same _s, but with addition of Ring-Noise S&H LFO and only one 2VCO.
    101Max_3v – with three VCO/VCF/VCA ‚voice‘ modules, three 2ENV-LFO and Mixer-Volt Proc.
  • Rolend System 101M_suite – (~Roland System 100M, modular; in 191J 5-module racks).
    101M – ’standard‘ configuration:
    – 2VCO
    – 2VCF
    – 2VCA
    – 2ENV-LFO
    – Noise-Ring S/H LFO
    101M_4eg – second 2ENV-LFO in place of Noise-Ring S/H LFO
    101M_2v – Two ‚voice‘ VCO-VCF-VCA modules
    – Two 2ENV-LFO
    – Mixer-Voltage Processor
    101M_E set – Configuration described in Roland brochures as ‚E Set‘:
    – Three ‚voice‘ VCO-VCF-VCA
    – 2ENV-LFO
    – Noise-Ring S/H LFO
  • Rolend System 101M_Exp – (~Roland System 100M, 8-module ‚expanded‘ system from Roland brochures; 190 + 191J).
    In 3-module 190 rack:
    – ‚voice‘ VCO-VCF-VCA
    – 2ENV-LFO
    – Noise-Ring S/H LFO
    In 5-modiule 191J rack:
    – ‚voice‘ VCO-VCF-VCA
    – 2ENV-LFO
    – Mixer-Voltage Processor
    – Dual stepLFO
    – Output Mixer
  • Rolend System-500p – (Roland System-500 modular.) Drop-down patching. Latest update: 1/25/17
  • Skylab OS – Imagines a set of ‚Old School‘ earlier-style Buchla 200 modules in a Skylab configuration. Latest update: 5/6/17
  • Sovereign I – (~MFB Dominion I)
  • spirit of Spirit – (~Crumar Spirit). Latest update: 2/12/17
  • Syntha-kon – (~Steiner-Parker Synthacon). Latest update: 1/3/17
  • Synthegrated 12A – (~Moog modular Model 12). Drop-down patching. Authentic vertical configuration, or more display-friendly
    horizontal. Latest update: 1/29/17
  • Synthegrated 15A – (~Moog modular Model 15). Drop-down patching. Authentic vertical configuration, or more display-friendly
    horizontal. Latest update: 1/29/17
  • Synthegrated 35B – (~Moog System 35A modular). Patching by drop-downs.
  • Synthegrated 80 – (~Moog modular, modules selected to reflect voice components of Yamaha CS-80). Latest update: 1/3/17
  • Synthy P – (~EMS Synthi Professional). Osc 3 can toggle to a step LFO. Latest update: 2/12/16
  • SystemOne D – (~small Buchla modular). Just a rough stab at Complex Oscillators, but similar in concept. Panel has a hot-link to
    Buchla’s wesite. Latest update: 5/6/17
  • SystemOne E – (~slightly larger Buchla modular). Simple step LFO standing in for Sequential Voltage Source, random voltage
    sources only approximated. Panel has a hot-link to Buchla’s website. Latest update: 5/6/17
  • SystemOne G – Selection of Buchla 200-style modules that emphasizes variety of functions.
  • tableBlend – (~DSI Prophet 12, simplified – especially oscs). Latest update: 1/2/17
  • the KAT/stick – (~ Octave’s the CATstick coupled with the CAT synth.) A little cheating as to what the stick can control as
    the CAT only had a KB CV in and footpedal jacks for filter and VCO1. Here the stick can control either or both
    VCO fr, VCO 1 PW, VCF and VCA. To replicate the pedal jacks, the mod wheel can be assigned to either VCF
    or VCO 1 fr.
  • The Dodeca_suite – (~ Buchla Dodecamodule + most controls from the 221 Kinesthetic Input Port. Latest update 5/6/17
    The Dodeca 258 – with two 258-style Dual Osc + a Dual Voltage Processor.
    The Dodeca 258c – with a 4-Channel Comb Filter.
    The Dodeca 258s – with a Triple Step LFO.
    The Dodeca III – with one Complex 281e-style Osc, one Dual 258-style osc + Dual Volt Proc.
    The Dodeca IIIc – with s 4-Channel Comb Filter.
    The DodecaPlex – with two Complex 281e-style Osc + Dual Volt Proc.
    The DodecaPlex c – with 4-Channel Comb Filter.
  • The Music Weasel – (~Buchla Music Easel). Step LFO in place of sequencer. Different waveform generation. Also available with
    virtual patch cables. Latest update: 5/6/17
  • The Music Weasel_221 – Same as above, but with 221-style keyboard controls. Latest update – 5/6/17
  • The Putnie_os – (~EMS VCS3 ‚Putney‘). Patch pins and all! No, the filter doesn’t sound like the real one! Latest update: 2/12/16
  • The Putnie_2s – (~EMS VCS3 ‚Putney‘ – like above, but with 2 ADSRs and a step LFO). Latest update: 2/12/16
  • Tone Boardz – (same as 80-vox, but with emulation of a pair of programming ‚Tone Boards‘ from the mighty GX-1, in place of the
    CS-80 VCO/VCF/VCA arrangement. Two versions – one emulates the hardware’s envelope sliders arrangement
    (Tone Boardz_eg2), the other, a more conventional set of knobs. Latest update: 2/21/17
  • tonus Nineteen70_suite – (~small ARP 2500 systems). Eleven arrangements of 7 or 8 modules:
    Nineteen70 – Single Oscillator/LFO
    – Dual Oscillator/LFO
    – ‚Voice‘, with VCO/VCF wEG/VCA wEG
    – Dual Sample & Hold
    – Dual Envelope Generator
    – Filtamp (mixer/multimode filter/VCA)
    – Dual Noise/Random Voltage Generator
    Nineteen70 b – same as above, but with Triple stepLFO in place of Sample & Hold.
    Nineteen70 c – has a second Dual VCO in place of the Sample & Hold, and a second Filtamp in place of the Noise/Random module.
    Nineteen70 d – has a second ‚Voice‘ module in place of the Sample & Hold.
    Nineteen70 e – has a second Filtamp in place of the Voice module.
    Nineteen70 f – is quite different :
    – Noise/Random Voltage
    – Modamp (ring modulator and VCA)
    – Three Dual Oscillators
    – Mix-Sequencer (3×2 or 6×1 audio/CV mixer; can also be clocked sequential gate)
    – Filtamp
    – Quad Envelope Generator
    Nineteen70 fm – same as base model but has a dual 2-op FM tone generator in place of the Dual Oscillator.
    Nineteen70 g – same as base model, but with addition of Modamp; Mix-Sequencer in place of Sample & Hold,
    and Quad instead of Dual Envelope Generator.
    Nineteen70 h – modules selected for maximum ‚automation‘:
    – Triple stepLFO
    – Dual Sample & Hold
    – Mix-Sequencer
    – Three Dual Oscillators
    – Filtamp
    – Quad Envelope Generator
    Nineteen70 u – module compliment based on u-he Bazille: 4-VCO, 2-VCF, 2-VCA, 2-LFO, 4-Envelopes.
    Nineteen70 3m – same as f, but Modamp replaced with module that has three simple ring modulators.
  • tonus 2620 – (~ARP 2600). Drop-down patching, otherwise very complete emulation of features/structure. Latest update: 5/24/17
  • tonus 2813 – (~ARP Odyssey). With SubOsc and second LFO added. Other enhancements. Latest update: 5/28/17
  • tonus Explorer AT – (~ARP Explorer II). Includes several of the aftertouch controls of the ARP Pro Soloist. Latest update: 2/3/17
  • tonus ‚Larry the O‘ – (~ARP 2500). Same seven-module complement as a system assembled and sold by Larry the O.
  • tonus System 6 – (~small ARP 2500 modular). Based on ‚Sample System 6‘ from vintage ARP brochure.
    – Dual Oscillator.
    – Dual Sample & Hold
    – Multimode Filter
    – Quad Envelope Generator
    – ‚Voice‘ module with VCO/VCF wEG/VCA wEG
    – Filtamp, with mixer, multimode filter and VCA.
    System 6a has Modamp (Ring Mod and VCA) in place of the Filtamp.
  • tonus Wing_suite – (~ ARP 2500 ‚Wing‘ cabinets with 5 or 6 modules) Three variations:
    OdyWing – with modules selected to reflect functions of ARP Odyssey.
    – Noise/Random Voltage
    – Dual Oscillator
    – Single Oscillator/LFO
    – Dual Sample & Hold
    – Multimode Filter
    – Filtamp
    – Dual Envelope Generator.
    OdyWing II – with modules selected to reflect functions of ARP Odyssey.
    – Noise/Random Voltage
    – Dual Oscillator
    – Single Oscillator/LFO
    – Dual Sample & Hold
    – Mix-Sequencer
    – Filtamp
    – Dual Envelope Generator.
    First Wing – assemblage of modules shown in brochures for the first 5-module Wing cabinet.
    – Noise/Random Voltage
    – Single Oscillator/LFO
    – Dual Oscillator/LFO
    – Dual Envelope Generator
    – Filtamp
    – Modamp
    Left Wing – six-module Wing cabinet containing modules found in the left-side Wing of Pete Townshend’s
    ARP 2500 system, which was a complete synth in itself.
    – Noise/Random Voltage
    – Two Dual Oscillator/LFO
    – Mix-Sequencer (3×2/6×1 mixer and clocked sequential gate)
    – Multimode Filter
    – Filtamp
    – Quad Envelope Generator
    Latest update: 5/26/17
  • tonus ProColorist – (~ARP Pro Soloist). In place of preset sound tabs, most of the internal voice programming controls brought out
    to the front panel. Many thanks to ‚bluesmoke‘ for doing the param-naming. Latest update: 2/18/17
  • TriGoom – Inspired by the DIY hardware synth Goom, but with three oscillators and lots of modulation.
    There are three versions – TriGoom b has a lower CPU load, but minus a few features, TriGoom osc2 has different,
    perhaps less confusing waveform controls, but otherwise same features as TriGoom. Latest update: 1/17/17
  • Tyro – (~u-he Diva). Very simplified, fixed osc/filt/vca arrangement; drop-down patching. Lighter CPU. Panel has a hot-link to
    u-he’s website. Latest update: 11/19/16
  • Yumaha CS-35 – (~mash-up of Yamaha CS-15 and CS-30L). Latest update: 11/24/16
  • Yumaha CS-35_stick – (~mash-up of Yamaha CS-15 and CS-30L + Octave CATstick).
  • Yumaha CS75M – (~Yamaha CS70M) in CS-80-sytyle GUI. Latest update: 2/21/17
  • Yumaha CS78F – (~Yamaha CS70M) with second osc per synthline; no step LFO. Latest update: 2/3/17
  • ZMZ 2000 – vst ‚actualization‘ of a hardware synth that was heavily promoted but never materialized, and may have only been a
    hoax – the SMS 2000. Latest update: 11/22/16
  • Zoomchak – (~Moog Sonic Six). Named for the principle designer of the synth it was a slight modification of (MuSonics Sonic V),
    Gene Zumchack. Latest update: 1/3/17
  • Zoomchak Pro – (same a above, but luxed-out with far more flexible mod routing, envelopes and filter. Latest update: 1/3/17


Über Andreas

Musiker und Musikproduzent: Gitarre, Keyboards, Drums und Gesang, Tonstudio, Songwriter, Qualitätsmanager, Hobbyfotograf und online Redakteur.

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