Very cool plugins for free! <3

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  1. Sentierum

    Sentierum Member

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    scrTchs, logikz and Virul like this.
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    Menosance aka OSOI

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    Thank you for that compressor! will check it out in Ableton soon.
     
  3. Virul

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    Thanks for that mate, I'm just trying the izotope vinyl, seems pretty neat !
     
  4. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    naw man, izotope vinyl is bowlorks, who cant layer a vinyl crackle loop and some white noise under their stuff. but that compressor looks rad, i will be checking that.
     
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    Dark Lizardro The Lizard that has a hammer Staff Member

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    I agree with ya. The problem with vinyl is that it keeps generating sound even if you're not playing anything and even if you automate it's volume, it doesn't work (at least in FL).
     
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    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    yup, too true bodo. watkat has that same thing.
     
  7. Optimal Prime

    Optimal Prime Specialising in the arts and crafts of Drum & Bass

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    A bit like the Grungelizer in Cubase by the sounds of it, in which case you'd need to bounce it down as its own channel really and then layer it. Helps if you don't have vinyl crackle at hand and depending on how it works, it could dynamically vary over time so not to sound like a loop repeated and feel more natural. I haven't tried it though so I couldn't really comment on the quality of the vinyl plug. There's certainly nothing stopping layering real vinyl crackle over the top of a track though of course.