Gratis Vintage Synthesizer VST Paket von Kevin Brown

Das Gratis Vintage Synthesizer VST Paket von Kevin Brown wächst und wächst, Grund genug, diesen Artikel zu erweitern und einen neuen Link hinzuzufügen. Inzwischen sind es weit mehr als 100 Synthesizer Plugins, unter anderem sind nun auch 32 VSTi Plugins im 64-Bit-Format dabei. Da die meisten DAW Systeme heute ausschließlich auf 64-Bit-Plugins bestehen, ist eine 32- zu 64-Bit-Konvertierungssoftware wie zum Beispiel jbridge notwendig. Es sei denn, Ihr arbeitet mit Mixcraft 9, diese DAW versteht sich genauso gut mit 32-Bit-Plugins wie auch mit 64-Bit-Plugins.

Das Gratis Vintage Synthesizer VST Paket von K Brown (ein kleiner Ausschnitt)

Interessant sind besonders die BUCHLA Emulationen, aber auch YAMAHA, KORG, ROLAND usw. sind hier vertreten.

Die Liste aller enthaltenen Synthesizer Plugins (Quelle K. Brown)

Die Liste ist sehr lang, daher habe ich sie in englischer Sprache belassen. Es ist krass, wie fleißig Kevin Brown ist und was sich hier alles an Raritäten findet, schaut einmal durch, Ihr werdet staunen. Einzig die Download Prozedur ist etwas umständlich, da die Files nicht direkt von der Website verlinkt wurden, sondern über eine SYNC Download Service Website erreichbar sind. Der Button „Download all“ funktioniert nicht, Ihr müsst also das oder die gewählten Plugins einzeln herunter laden.

Hier noch ein Statement des Entwicklers:

Kevin Brown: Die Synthesizer Plugins wurden ursprünglich für meinen eigenen Gebrauch und zur Unterhaltung erstellt, und ich behaupte nicht, dass sie tatsächlich wie die Hardware-Synthesizer klingen, die sie emulieren / auf denen sie basieren / von denen sie inspiriert sind, da keiner von ihnen analoge Modellierungsoszillatoren oder Filter verwendet. Die meisten Plugins enthalten nur wenige oder keine Presets. Ich wollte jedes Mal neu an die Instrumente kommen, wie man es mit analoger Vintage-Hardware tat. Die meisten der neuesten Synthesizer Plugins oben auf der Startseite verfügen über einige bis viele Presets. Auch hier war mein Ziel, einen freien Weg zu finden, um die interessanten Signal- und Kontrollstrukturen dieser Synthesizer zu erleben und niemanden zu täuschen, dass sie gleich klingen. Wenn Sie etwas finden, das anscheinend nicht funktioniert, lassen Sie es mich wissen, indem Sie mir eine E-Mail über die Schaltfläche oben auf meiner Website senden.

  • 200 C – (~approximation of most of Suzanne’s Ciani’s Buchla 200 system that now resides in the Audities Foundation.)
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • CS-gx – (~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. Oscillator waveform mixing based on the Yamaha GX-1’s voice programming ‚Tone Board‘. To Saw and/or Pulse can be added High-pass filtered Pulse, Tri an octave higher and Hi-pass filtered Saw.
  • A 3.5 – (~Grp A4). GUI and feature set based on the Grp A4, but without the sequencer, so -‚A 3.5‘. A few features from the A8 have been included. Three oscillators with cross-mod, ring mod and sync. Dual LFOs (one voltage-controlled), Dual Sub Oscs at -1 oct or -2 oct, Dual Filters that can be used in series, parallel or stereo pair, and Sample and Hold that can select from several inputs. Added 1/18.
  • 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.
  • Cassini_v1.01 – (~between Moog Voyager and Voyager OS). Many significant upgrades, added features and lower CPU load.
    • No triggering on touch with XY pad. Simplified XY routing. Added: 4/19.
    • Also available as Cassini_M, which has the Mod Busses enhanced to allow up to six simultaneous Shapers and
    • up to four simultaneous Destinations.
  • Chorg DS-600 – Based on the Korg DS-8, but with Modulator/Carrier controls, and three pairs rather than two.
  • Chorg 870 DV – (~Korg 800DV). Many thanks to ‚Knob Twiddler‘ for doing the param-naming.
  • Chorg Pano/Poly – (Korg Mono/Poly). No arpeggiator no ‚parophony‘; standard mono/polyphonic. Adds a few functions that are popular mods to the hardware. Adds a High Pass filter in series with the Low Pass (like several early Korg synths). Synth is full stereo, with pan controls for each oscillator and Noise (hence, the name).
  • Chorg PS-20 – (~Korg MS-20). With patch-cords! PS-20a which reorganizes the patching more along the lines of u-he’s ACE, with most patch points in the sections they are associated with rather than the cramped and confusing patch section at the panels’s upper right.
  • Chorg PS 3500- (Korg PS-3300, plus some features from 3200). Ranked #49 in Amazona’s Top 50 free vsts of 2017. Now with new custom-coded, low distortion oscillators by Martin Vicanek.
  • Chorg PS-352 – as above, but with only one synth ‚channel‘, though it contains two oscillators; rather like PS-3200.
  • copperHead – (~mashup of ARP synths). An ‚original‘ design, a collection of features from ARP 2500, 2600, Odyssey, the CMS 2607 and the 2600-inspired Macbeth M5. copperHead II has a single Multimode Filter patterned loosely after the ARP 2500’s 1047 Multimode Filter. copperHead_gx has oscillators patterned after those in the Yamaha GX-1.
  • copperHead_2602 – (‚deluxe‘ ARP 2600). Imagines a custom-built 2600 clone with a brushed copper panel, ‚Bakelite‘ knobs and solid metal toggle switches. Also all three oscillators have all the features of 2600’s VCO 2, and both EGs are ADSR.
  • copperOdy II – (~ARP Odyssey). A fairly accurate and complete functional (not sonic) emulation of the Odyssey re-imagined with a brushed copper panel, solid metal toggle switches and sliders with full-size caps. Incorporates a number of common Odyssey mods, plus full patchability. copperOdy_os is the same, but without the mods and this version is also available with cable patching.
  • CROMA flexPatch – (~Rhodes Chroma). Based on the architechture of a single layer of the Chroma. Available with patch cables in the 32-bit version, but drop-down patching in the 64-bit version (due to the cables system not compatible with the 64-bit Flowstone Alpha0.
  • Cronus – (~Roland Gaia). Puts all three ’synthlines‘ on a single edit pane. Only an approximation of Gaia’s concept and structure of the synth itself; no arp, sequencer, layers etc.
  • CS-358 – A mash-up of features/functions from several Yamaha CS-series synths – mostly CS-15, CS-30 and CS-80.
  • CSOh1 – (~Yamaha CS01). with polyphony, osc self-detuning, Velocity and Aftertouch. Now 64-bit, with re-sizable GUI.
  • CyRinx II – (~Synton Syrinx). Syrinx had unusual 2-tab touch plate in place of bend and mod wheels; functions here assignable to Mod Wheel, Aftertouch or Velocity and Bend Wheel, Aftertouch or Velocity. Unusual double Peak filter + Low Pass. Panel can be changed to six different colors. Version II with upgraded oscillators that can choose between a version of the original switched Tri/Saw/Pulse oscillators, that cross-fades between waveforms, and Martin Vicanek’s padOsc, that a generate rich, stereo output based the ZinAddSubFX algorithm. Rex Basterfield has kindly provided a 64-bit export of this, with re-sizable GUI; thank you, sir!
  • Dark Four – (~ Four Doepfer Dark Energy-inspired modules).
  • Dark Steps – (~ Three Doepfer Dark Energy, plus 3×8 / 2×16 stepLFO). Ranked #28 in Amazona’s Top 50 free vsts of 2017.
  • Dark Three-stick – (~Dark Energy+CAT Stick) Three modules coupled to CAT Stick, in place of the 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.
  • Ranked #27 in Amazona’s Top 50 free vsts of 2017. Upgraded 5/18 with custom-coded, low-CPU oscillators by Martin Vicanek. Also available is DodecaMax II with modules selected to minimize redundancy with Dodeca functions.
  • DualMulti_Stick – Same as Multipoly (see below), but ’stack‘ of two plus an approximation of the Octave CatStick.
  • DX Won – (~Yamaha DX7). Not all functions replicated – mostly, envelopes are simplified to DAHDSRs. Dynamic graphic display of Algorithms; Operators arranged in Algo 5/6 orientation. Updated to v1.03 6/20. Named DX Won because GUI is inspired by the DX1, and because of the DX7’s long dominance of the digital synth market. Like FM7, adds a second LFO. Thanks to Rex Basterfield (flowstoners.com/quilcom) for the envelopes and for the envelopes and help with CPU load.
  • ElektroComp 102 – (~ElectroComp EML-101). Fully patchable (drop-down); some features included from predessor, EML-100. Also available coupled to a CatStick.
  • ElektroComp 1301 – (ElectroComp EML-101 + EML-301 Manual Controller). Manual Controller adds another LFO, X/Y joystick, additional VCO/LFO, Sampler, simple A/R envelope, VCA and a set of sixteen Manual Voltage Sources, with activating push-buttons that also trigger the A/R or the main synth’s EGs.
  • Ele-mints – (~Macbeth Elements). GUI imagines a version with vintage Bakelite knobs and a brushed copper panel. Lacking a few functions, a few functions added.
  • Endeavour – (~never-ware Helmtronic Challenger). Based on the structure and controls of the Challenger (of which apparently only a couple were made). The basic analog-waveforms can switch to a bank of all the waves from the Prophet VS, or one containing all the waves/samples from the Ensoniq SQ-80. Includes an extended mod bus, teo addt’nl LFOs and an extra envelope. Basic Chorus, Delay and the fabulous MVerb 7b by Martin Vicanek.
  • evol-Vox – (~DSI Evolver). Just a loose approximation of the basic synth voice of the Evolver, not the sequencer, arp, effects, etc., all of which can be better provided for in your DAW environment – just the osc/filters/modulation architecture. Oscillators 3 and 4 have different wavetable shapes than the hardware and there’s no wave sequencing.
  • 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).
  • eXpando II – As above, with more flexible oscillator waveform controls.
  • Four On Two – An ‚original‘ design that draws primary inspiration from the late-lamented Dave Smith Evolver. In place of the Distortion, Hack and tunable Feedback, the structure is expanded to each pair of oscillators feeding their own stereo Filters/Amps; resulting in a ‚dual-synthline‘ design like the Yamaha CS-series synths. Also has a second modulation envelope. Filters are inpired by the unique filter in the rare ElectroComp 100 – Multimode that crossfades LP > BP > HP > BR , then back to LP. Here, this cross-fading is also modulatable.
  • gM-32 – (~Moog Mother-32, plus Grandmother). An amalgam of the structures of the Moog Mother-32 and Grandmother. The Mother-32 based section has had it’s patch points arrayed across the top of it, like Grandmother; the patch points placed above the functions they are related to. Each of the two sections has had a stereo pan control added to it’s output.
  • IMIJ – (~Black Corp. Kijimi). Based on a harware synth that itself is based on the RSF Polykobol.
  • Juan, Oh Juan – A Yamaha CS-style dual-line synth with each ‚line‘ based on the structure of the Roland SH-101. Only the functions and structure of the 101 is approximated; the sound of it’s oscillators and filter are not emulated. Lots of added features and functions ‚revealed‘ by clicking on certain labels. Each synthline has independent Tune, Portamento, Bend and Wheel controls, and is pan-able in the stereo field.
  • KrossWave – (~Ensoniq SQ-80). This is actually the creation of ‚Spogg‘ (dba „Quilcom“) over at the DSP Robotics forum, with lots of help from ‚tulamide‘. I only created the GUI and added a few extra functions. v1.02 now includes a MixPad which allows cross-fading between the three oscs with a single mouse-motion. This can also be modulated by any of the available sources. This can alternately be controlled by MIDI X/Y stick/pad. Major 6/20 update; v1.1 can now select between the original Ensoniq multistage envelopes or simpler AHDSR/DADSR types. Oscillators can also be switched for those containing all the waves from the Prophet VS. 7/20 – added 64-bit.
  • Krumar DS-3 + (~Crumar DS-2). Replaces the ‚Poly‘ section with a third multiwave oscillator; lots of additional funtionality, most important of which is the replacement of the LFO’s Mixer’s selector switches with continuous crossfaders and the selection of LFO waveforms at each of the LFO’s Mixer’s target sections, rather than globally at each LFO. Also available as DS-3_os (for Old School) without all the added features.
  • Luge – (~StudioLogic Sledge).
  • ‚M‘ – (a tribute to the Waldorf Q [and partly, Pulse]).
  • Mk-5600 – (~Macbeth M-5). GUI more closely resembles the ARP 2600 than the M-5, with simpler and less confusing VCF/VCA/ Output sections, and u-he style Multiplexes.
  • maGGi – (~single ‚layer‘ of Elka Synthex). With a GUI that recalls vintage studio rack equipment from the ’50s and ’60s. Joystick functions can be controlled by MIDI stick ot XY pad, or by other external contollers.
  • maGGi 70 – (~MCS 70). Takes a stab at what the very rare MCS 70 was like, which was designed by the creator of the Elka Synthex – Mario Maagi. Scant techical details available online, so much of it is a guess.
  • 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 ).
  • minDy – NO, it doesn’t sound like a minimoog – how could it; it’s made with bog-standard Flowstone innards (actually the oscillators are custom-coded low-CPU; they just don’t attempt to replicate the minimoog’s). Includes most of the added features and functions of the Roland SE-02 (but not the sequencer). 128 presets by Manfred Plumer. Oscilators by Martin Vicanek.
  • minDy S – As above, but with standard mini architecture and optimizations by Spogg over at the Flowstone forum, also utilizing some custom oscillators based on those by Martin Vicanek, and Filter coded from scratch. Read included PDF to see what work was done – amazing; much closer to vintage analog sound. Even includes some very nice presets. Plus extensive additinal Banks by Manfred Plumer. Two GUI sizes; sep version for FL Studio w/o Ext Audio In.
Video K Brown Mini DS
  • minimodular – (~small Moog modular with modules that reflect functions of minimoog).
  • mOdyCat – (~Octave CAT), plus ‚factory mods‘ and features/panel layout from ARP Odyssey.
  • Multipoly – (~Moog Multimoog). v 1.01 Aftertouch controls can toggle to Velocity or mod wheel control.
  • Nebula -K- (~Novation SuperNova). Core synth voice only – no effects, vocoder, etc.
  • odyKAT – (Octave CAT + ARP Odyssey). All the features and functions of both, including the ‚Factory Modifications‘ that were available as kits from Octave.
  • OB-2 – (~Oberheim OB-1, with doubled Oscs/Filt/Amps, like Two Voice).
  • Obie-12 – (~’Oberheim’/Viscount OB-12). Voice structure emulation only; no layers, splits, arp, etc.
  • Obie 2V – (~Oberheim Two Voice).
  • OdyPatch – (~ARP Odyssey with patch cords; patch field inspired by Madrona Labs‘ Aalto).
  • Osciet – (~Teisco 100F, 110F, SX-400) Based primarily on the 110F, with added feature from the 100F and SX-40. GUI not taken from the hardware, but in the style of vintage recording studio equipment.
  • Paddy-kb – Utilizes a completely original sound generation ‚engine‘ by Martin Vicanek, based on an idea by Nasca Octavian Paul. The synth architecture is built around this engine is based on the Roland SH-101, but with several added functions. Includes a multitap delay by Rex Basterfield and reverb, also by Vicanek. Also available is Paddy 2, with a second wavetable generator that can be tuned +/- 24 semitones relative to the first, each generator has a dedicated stereo width adjustment, and EGs expanded to AHDSR. Added 5/20. Paddy-kb updated 6/20 to 64-bit with re-sizable GUI.
  • Paddy-vs – As above, but with a second oscillator that cantains all the factory waves from the Prophet VS.
  • Pad-Mx – As below, but each oscillator can switch between a padOsc, as used in the above instruments, an oscillator containing all the factory waves from the Prophet VS, and can blend between any two of them.
  • PB-Mx – (~Oberheim OB-Mx). Approximates a single voice card of the OB-Mx, but with full plyphony. Includes a few features from the prototype that were dropped from the final product. With a GUI that recalls vintage Pultec rack-mount gear.
  • Piggott – (~ARP Modular Synthesizer Lab) Based on the selection of modules in the system of Don Muro. It’s basically a fully modular version of the Odyssey, but with dual LFOs, dual Filters and dual Amps. Named after Tom Piggott, who led the MSL development. Only a handful of presets, because the while point of the MSL was to teach and learn modular synthesis with a simple system.
  • Polly – (~Moog Polymoog). A very approximate approximation! v 1.01 6/18
  • PolyStep II – Replaces original PolyStep. Inspired by the Quasimidi Polymorph, but with simple stepLFOs and simpler oscs; no FX.
  • prOBthree – (~Sequential Pro 3 + OB-Mx). Combines a three-oscillator compliment similar to the Pro3, with a dual filter setup and one of it’s three LFOs based on the OB-Mx. Upgraded 6/20 to 64-bit with re-sizable GUI.
  • PulOddy – (~ARP Odyssey). Imagines what the Odyssey might have looked like if it were made in the mid 60s by Pultec. Added features include: dedicated Vibrato LFO, extra waveforms, Sub Osc, AR env can be ADSR, four LP filter types and full Pitch Bend and Mod Wheel functions. Includes a ‚rack‘ with three effects – Quad Chorus and reverb by Martin Vicanek and a multitap Delay by ‚Spogg‘.
  • RevToo – (~Sequential Prophet Rev2).
  • 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!
  • Rolend Cronus – (~Roland Gaia). Just the three osc/filt/amp synthlines, plus a couple of FX.
  • Rolend JP-680 – (~Roland Jupiter-8 + Jupiter-6). Looks like Jupiter-8, adds a few features from Jup-6; sounds like neither ; – } Upgraded to 64-bit with re-sizable GUI
  • Rolend PG-238 – (partial mash-up of Roland JX-3P, JX-8P and Alpha Juno). GUI based on the JX-3P’s programmer, the PG-200. Adds a second LFO. Additional Osc waveforms that cross-fade. Also available as PG-238s which adds a shitty chorus and a stepLFO. Name is based on the names of the programmers for these three synths: JX-3P: PG-200, Alpha Juno: PG-300 and JX-8P: PG-800.
  • Rolend SH-3p – (~Roland SH-3). Adds the ability to stereo detune the 5 ‚ranks‘, more octave choices for each, and more wave choices for each.
  • Rolend SH-12 – (~Roland SH-1 / SH-2 mash-up). Also available as a two-synth ’stack‘.
  • 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).
  • Rolend SH-75 – (~Roland SH-7 / SH-5 mashup, in SH-7 livery).
  • 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. Updated 1/19.
    • 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
  • 101M_stick – ’standard‘ config of modules, but with many enhanced features, and the addition of an emulation the Octave CatStick. Ranked #50 in Amazona’s Top 50 free vsts of 2017. Upgraded 5/18 to custom-coded, low distortion oscillators by Martin Vicanek.
  • Rolend System-500p – (~Roland System-500 modular.) Drop-down patching.
  • simpleONE – (~Moog One) A very much-simplified approximation of the Moog One. It’s somewhat to the One as the Voyager OS was to the original Voyager – mostly WYSIWYG panel controls with very little menu-accessed extra features. Also just the core synth functions – no layers, splits, arp, sequencer or effects.
  • Skematic4 – (~Yamaha DX11). Approximates most of the features and functions.
  • Skematic6 – (~Yamaha DX-line). A partial approximation of Yamaha-style 6-operator FM .
  • SkematicGS – (~Yamaha GS1). Broadly emulates the architecture of Yamaha’s first commercial FM instrument, which had a single fixed algorithm of four Modulator/Carrier pairs with a few simple performance controls. Updated 7/20 to 64-bit with re-sizable GUI.
  • S-One – (~Cwejman S1 semi-modular). Fairly complete emulation of features and structure with drop-down patching.
  • Six-Stack – (~Sequential Six-Trak) Emulates only the Six-Trak’s layered, or Stack mode (hence the name). No sequencer, arppegiator or splits. However the six synth layers can be re-conneted at their Mixers in ways the hardware couldn’t – in addition to the stack of 6 single-osc synths, it can be a single 6-osc synth, three 2-osc synths, two 3-osc synths, etc.
  • Skylab OS – Imagines a set of ‚Old School‘ earlier-style Buchla 200 modules in a Skylab configuration.
  • Slab 4 – (~Pittsburgh Modular ‚Foundation 4‘). A few functions not included, simplified or incompletely implemented. Re-imagined with a copper faceplate and bakelite knobs. Also available as Slab 4b, which swaps the Lowpass/ VCA with a third, syncable Oscillator.
  • Sovereign I – (~MFB Dominion I)
  • spirit of Spirit – (~Crumar Spirit). Much-improved, more complete, Vicanek custom oscillators and filters.
  • SubStick – (~Moog Sub Phatty). A very simplified (no sub-menu functions, hidden ‚pages‘, etc.) approximation of the structure the Phatty, but in more standard Moog dark panel GUI and coupled with an emulation of the Octave CatStick. The ‚Stick‘ provides two additional LFOs.
  • Sub 88 – (~Moog Sub 37). Called Sub 88 because not limited to a 37-key keyboard. Multimode filter. Basically a WYSIWYG simplification of the Sub 37 with oscillators more similar to the Phatty. No deep menu-hidden funtions.
  • Super 35 – (~NI Super 8). A vst of a vst – why? Because Super 8 can only be used within Kontact, it ‚left out‘ some obvious features and it looks to me like a Fisher Price toy. I gave my version a Pultec-style GUI.
  • SV-Two – (~a pair of Pittsburgh Modular SV-1 ’synth voices‘). Second envelope added to both ‚voice‘ modules. A few functions not included, simplified or incompletely implemented.
  • SynKie – (~EML SynKey). SynKey was an odd little single-osc synth that could add 12 higher semitiones to the root in any combination for playing parallel chords on each key. A forerunner to aftertouch, it’s ‚Second Touch‘ feature could activate the LFO, the Filter EG and a fixed pitch bend (in any combination) by pressing harder on a key. The ‚Root Oscillator cross-fades Pulse>Saw>Saw Up 1 oct>Square.
  • Syntha-kon – (~Steiner-Parker Synthacon).
  • Synthegrated 35A – (~Moog modular System 35A). Drop-down patching. Inputs have integral attenuators, so much less patching things through attenuator/mixer modules. Serious upgrade from the earlier Synthegrated 35B, with gain structure, controls behaviour and closer-to-hardware relative signal levels. Martin Vicanek custom- coded oscillators and re-tuned SVF filters throughout. Rebuilt and re-named.
  • Synthe-System – (~Steiner-Parker Synthasystem ‚Basic Studio‘). Drop-down patching; a few functions not emulated. Also available is Synthe-System_plus, which adds a fourth VCO, a second VCF and swaps the Voltage Follower with a second VCA/Mixer. Also available with an emulation of the Octave CAT Stick.
  • Synthy P – (~EMS Synthi Professional). Osc 3 can toggle to a step LFO.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • SystemOne G – Selection of Buchla 200-style modules that emphasizes variety of functions.
  • T-forTwo – (~Sequential T8) GUI displays both full synth control sets for the two layers or split. No sequencer.
  • tableBlend – (~DSI Prophet 12, simplified – especially oscs).
  • 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.
  • theKwad – (~Vermona perFOURmer).
  • The Dodeca_suite – (~ Buchla Dodecamodule + most controls from the 221 Kinesthetic Input Port.
    • 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.
  • The Music Weasel_221 – Same as above, but with 221-style keyboard controls.
  • The Putnie_os – (~EMS VCS3 ‚Putney‘). Patch pins and all! No, the filter doesn’t sound like the real one! Includes functions from the DK keyboard (addtn’l osc, velocity, etc.).
  • the simpleShruth – (~Mutable Instruments Shruthi-1) . So-called because the oscillators are much simpler than Shruthi – just the analog-style waveforms; no scannable wavetables. Does include a few functions from Ambika, like four LFOs and the third envelope.
  • Throttle – (~Accelerator by Radikal Techologies. A conventional XY pad in place of the Accelerator’s motion-sensor accelerometer. String Filter based on Karplus-Strong modules by Martin Vicanek.
  • twoBYthree – Inspired by Ableton’s Operator hybrid synth, without the additive synthesis and this has three operator/oscillator pairs in a fixed ‚algorithm‘ (like DX7 algo #5) rather than four that can be arranged in multiple algorithms. In addition, each pair has it’s own Filter/Output section rather than all going to a single filter/amp. Oscillator pairs can each be analog-type that are mixed together, sync’d or ring modulated, or can be an FM Modulator/Carrier pair.
  • TwoSEM_stick – Oberheim SEM-inspired, with two modules plus my simulation of the Octave CatStick.
  • 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. v1.02
  • tonus 2620 – (~ARP 2600). Drop-down patching, otherwise very complete emulation of features/structure.
  • tonus 2813 – (~ARP Odyssey). With SubOsc and second LFO added. Other enhancements. Ranked #44 in Amazona’s Top 50 free vsts of 2017. Upgraded 5/18 with custom-coded, low-CPU oscillators by Martin Vicanek.
  • tonus Explorer AT+ – (~ARP Explorer II). Includes several of the aftertouch controls of the ARP Pro Soloist.
  • tonus Nineteen70 – (~ARP 2500). Functional approximations of a small set of 2500 modules; several different combinations of modules. Also available is Left Wing, which simulates the Left wing cabinet of Pete Townshend’s ARP 2500 system, and OdyWing, which has modules selected to provide the overall functions of the ARP Odyssey. Added 7/18. Nineteen70_m added, and Left Wing updated 1/19.
  • 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.
  • TriloGee – (~Crumar Trilogy). Inspired by the general structure and panel design of the Trilogy, but individual section functions quite different and more capable. 64-bit with re-sizable GUI. Triple Paddy – Three of Martin Vicanek’s implimentation of the PADsynth algorithm from the ZynAddSubFX synth by Nasca Octavian Paul. These feed my FlowStone approximation of the ‚Three Sisters‘ modular filter by Mannequins. The basic synth structure built around this is borrowed heavily from Adam Szabo’s ‚Viper‘- a software emulation of the Access Virus: three LFOs, dedicated Filter and Amp envelopes, two Modulation envelopes, and a six-slot Modulation Bank. Also imitated the Viper GUI a bit (hopefully Adam will consider this the flattery of imitation and not a rip-off job! ;- ) 64-bit with re-sizable GUI.
  • TwoPro – Approximates a pair of current-issue Oberheim SEMs, with external CV input connections and several features and functions of the Two Voice Pro (without the Mini Sequencer).
  • Vektor – (~Prophet VS). Contains the actual waves form the VS, with a bit simpler vector system; paths are recorded and played back, but there is no dedicated vector envelope. Compound waveshapes created by the joystick can be saved and re-loaded. 64-bit, with resizable GUI.
  • Voyette SPT – (~Octave Voyetra) Inspired by the Voyetra Eight, but closer to a stereo pair of Voyetra One, but polyphonic.
  • VQ-800 – (~Roland JD-800). Not an emulation of the Roland, just inspired by it’s basic concept and structure: a ’stack‘ of four identical single-osc synths, each with a dedicated pair of LFOs and pitch, filter and amp envelopes. Rather than the JD-800’s waveset, it has all the waves of the Prophet VS and all the waves/samples of the Ensoniq SQ-80. 64-bit with resizable GUI.
  • Yumaha CS-15 + – (~Yamaha CS-15). Unlike the two plugins below, this sticks to a pretty straight-up function emulation of the CS-15 only. Only things borrowed from CS-30 are the stereo outs and the ‚external‘ controls of both VCFs and VCAs (the CS-30 had rear panel VCF and VCA input jacks). The Brilliance feature can toggle from the panel slider to the mod wheel, aftertouch, footpedal or breath controller.
Video Marc Doty’s extensive demo of the actual Yamaha CS-15’s unique capabilities
  • Yumaha CS-153 – (~ Yamaha CS-15). Called ‚153‘ because it incorporates a number of features and functions from the CS-30L. Personally, I feel the CS-15/30/30L to be some of the ugliest synths ever, so like copperOdy, I’ve re-imagined it with a brushed copper panel and ‚Bakelite‘ knobs. Also in a version with oscillators inspired by those in the GX-1, and a filter like that used in GX-1 and CS-80 – CS153g, and CS-153k which has dynamic crossfading waveforms and filters that crossfade through LP>BP>HP>BR>LP, like the ElectroComp EML 100. Added 1/19, a version with an emulation of the Octave CAT Stick.
  • Yumaha CS-30L + – (~Yamaha CS-30L) Also available is CS-30 + (with simple step LFO standing in the the sequencer in the CS-30) and CS-30L +2 (with an auxiliary ‚LFO B‘ in place of the step LFO) CS-30L + upgraded 7/20 to 64-bit with resizable GUI.
  • Yumaha CS75M g – (~Yamaha CS70M) To the CS70M feature-set is added many functions from the CS-80 and oscillator wave/ filtered-wave controls from the Tone Setting box for the GX-1.
  • 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.
  • Zoomchak – (~Moog Sonic Six). Named for the principle designer of the synth it was a slight modification of (MuSonics Sonic V), Gene Zumchack.
  • ZoomChak pro – (same a above, but luxed-out with far more flexible mod routing, envelopes and filter.
  • ZoomChak pro II – Three oscillator version.

Der alte Artikel vom Oktober 2016:

Der Herbst sendet uns die letzten sonnigen Tage und der Winter steht schon vor der Tür, kalte, dunkle und verregnete Zeiten stehen uns bevor, was bedeutet, dass wir viel Zeit in den im Haus verbringen werden bis der Frühling wieder locken wird. Diese Zeit könnt Ihr, wenn Ihr mögt dazu nutzen insgesamt 44 interessante Synthesizer Plugins auszuprobieren die der Entwickler Kevin Brown gratis zur Verfügung stellt.

Alle diese liebevoll mit Synthmaker programmierten VST Plugins sind in 32 bit verfügbar, das Design ist sehr ansprechend und der Klang ist gut. Insbesondere die ROLAND Emulationen wissen zu gefallen aber auch BUCHLA, KORG, ENSONIQ und MOOG Emulationen sind dabei, neben den vielen vitage Synthesizern finden wir auch Emulationen von VST Plugins wie zum Beispiel den UHE DIVA.

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kevin-brown-synths-free-pack-buchla

Leider verfügen die 44 Synthesizer gratis VST Plugins über keine Presets, somit kommen wir wieder zu den verregneten und kalten Tagen, es lohnt sich mit den Plugins zu experimentieren und selbst Presets zu erstellen und bis zum Frühling ist ja Zeit genug dafür 🙂

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kevin-brown-synths-free-pack-rolend

Liste der enthaltenen gratis VST Synth Plugins von Kevin Brown:

  • Alesis Andromeda A6 (1 Plugin)
  • Buchla (3 Plugins)
    • Music Easel a
    • Music Easel w221 ‚keyboard‘
    • System One ‚modulars‘
  • DX7 (1 Plugin)
  • EMS Synthi Professional (1 Plugin)
  • Ensoniq ESQ-1 (FM oscs) (1 Plugin)
  • Novation SuperNova (1 Plugin)
  • Octave Cat (1 Plugin)
  • Radikal Accelerator (1 Plugin)
  • Aalto-inspired Buchla-ish FM ( 1 Plugin)
  • ARP ( 5 Plugins)
    • 2500 ‚Wing Cabs‘
    • Explorer II
    • Odyssey modded
    • Pro Soloist ‚programmer‘
    • OdyPatch (patch-cord Odyssey)
  • ARP Rhodes Chroma ( 1 Plugin)
  • Korg ( 4 Plugins)
    • 800DV
    • MS-20
    • PS-3300
    • PS-3300 (one Osc)
  • Moog ( 8 Plugins)
    • Synthesizer 10
    • System 12
    • System 35
    • Voyager
    • minimodular (small modular_mini-like)
    • Multimoog
    • Polymoog
    • Sonic Six_a
  • Roland ( 7 Plugins)
    • Gaia
    • JX3 + JX8
    • SH-3
    • SH-5 + SH-7
    • System 100M
    • System 500
    • System 700 small ‚Lab‘ configs
  • Sequential DSI ( 1 Plugin)
  • SMS 2000 ( 1 Plugin)
  • Steiner Synthacon ( 1 Plugin)
  • StudioLogic Sledge ( 1 Plugin)
  • u-he reduced emulations ( 3 Plugins)
    • ACE
    • Bazille
    • Diva
  • Waldorf Q ( 1 Plugin)
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kevin-brown-synths-free-pack-dx7

Ihr könnt Euch das gesamte Paket gratis via Dropbox herunterladen, hier ist der Link, viel Spaß damit!
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rqix6md52oi0woa/AACZEyCq4WsqziKvBjVZ1vD5a?dl=0   Siehe Kommentare….

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/g6m0z81ie05fjhf/AAArjiB6LAxI7vT7waLUwt3ja?dl=0    Auch dieser Link führte nach einiger Zeit ins Nirvana.

Ich aktualisiere auf ein Neues und verweise auf die Website des Entwicklers: https://kbrownsynthplugins.weebly.com/

Inzwischen sind ca. 32 VST 64-Bit-Plugins zu haben und über 100 VST 32-Bit-Plugins, die meisten Synthesizer Plugins sind mit SynthMaker erstellt worden (Der Entwickler liefert die SM Schematics gleich mit, so das SynthMaker-User die Plugins weiter bearbeiten oder an Ihre Bedürfnisse anpassen können). 

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