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Free mastering compressor "Infinity" VST
Old 20th January 2015
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Old 21st January 2015
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Thanks for sharing this finding :-) Design looks A-Class and will for sure check it out and hear in action what this comp is all about with other great free ones already out there ;-)
Old 21st January 2015
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cant seem to find the mac vst download. Looks cool though
Old 21st January 2015
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It seems they don't have a mac version yet.
Old 21st January 2015
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Thanks for sharing this finding :-) Design looks A-Class and will for sure check it out and hear in action what this comp is all about with other great free ones already out there ;-)
I have to agree. This looks great! I would totally donate, but too bad I'm on Mac and Pro Tools! Meaning I'll never see it haha. But definitely great for you Windows VST dudes!!
Old 21st January 2015
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Thanks for the support guys. Hope you enjoy!

I'm making Mac and Windows 64 bit versions at the moment.
It's just time consuming to write all C++ code and manipulations for debugging.

Before I released it for Free online I made a short video from a project I remixed.

Just listen to the fat bass and open sounds. I just used it on my master and searched the right settings for the track.




You can find all info on FREE Mastering Plugin VST Infinity by Frederick Alonso. | www.stabrecordings.com

In the next days I will update my site and will add a donation total and target.
All donations will be spend on development (extra programmers for VST3) and the build of the analog edition!

My schemes are ready
Old 21st January 2015
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so no mac yet ?

looks great
Old 21st January 2015
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64-bit version is a must these days, I look forward to try it when it's available.
Old 21st January 2015
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Sorry for writing "Mac and PC", it's what I read in the first post of KVR...
Old 21st January 2015
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I'm not sure I understand the "free" bit - this version of the Windows 32 bit VST is free but "All donations above 25$/€ will get future releases and new VST's in format 32/64 bit Win /Mac AU for FREE" - so the Win64 and Mac AU versions effectively cost $/€25. Is that correct?
Old 21st January 2015
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Tested on Cubase, since it's the only DAW still running on 32bits.
Well...it's very "seductive", it sounds very sweet, and very easy to set up to make it sound "real". I still have to make up my mind around it, but it surely has pretty decent potential.
I would get it in a flash once out on 64 bits, and test it properly in my main DAW which is WL 8.5, but as far as I tested it for now I would really want to see the hardware version, since the workflow on the controls seems peculiar but well-thought.
Old 21st January 2015
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Tested on Cubase, since it's the only DAW still running on 32bits.
huh
Old 21st January 2015
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huh
In my place, don't run any DAW on 32 bits anymore.
I had to reopen my old cubase version in order to test this.
Clarified?
Old 21st January 2015
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In my place, don't run any DAW on 32 bits anymore.
I had to reopen my old cubase version in order to test this.
Clarified?
yeah
Old 21st January 2015
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Thanks for the support guys. Hope you enjoy!
Downloaded and looking forward to putting it through the paces tomorrow.. will certainly donate if it delivers the goods!
Old 21st January 2015
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I'm not sure I understand the "free" bit - this version of the Windows 32 bit VST is free but "All donations above 25$/€ will get future releases and new VST's in format 32/64 bit Win /Mac AU for FREE" - so the Win64 and Mac AU versions effectively cost $/€25. Is that correct?
"F R E E" must be product name in such case.
Old 21st January 2015
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Nice plug in. Like using it und drums.
But just missing a make up gain control. And what does the switch besides the original knob?
Old 21st January 2015
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I think i'll be waiting for the x64 bit version ;-)
Old 21st January 2015
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64-bit version is a must these days, I look forward to try it when it's available.
+1.


Not to mention that bridging to 32x is unstable on my system. There is a rumor that some DAWs will stop supporting 32x plugins in a few years.
Old 21st January 2015
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And what does the switch besides the original knob?
i think on/off seems to turn off compression/drive but still runs thru the circuit, whereas the switch is a hard bypass?

the manual doesnt mention it so i can only go on my observation of the sound.
Old 21st January 2015
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I'm not sure I understand the "free" bit - this version of the Windows 32 bit VST is free but "All donations above 25$/€ will get future releases and new VST's in format 32/64 bit Win /Mac AU for FREE" - so the Win64 and Mac AU versions effectively cost $/€25. Is that correct?
No they will be FREE when these versions are stable. If people donate enough we can get extra programmers to get it on all systems much faster.
C++ programming "Alone" is time consuming.
I would love to work with other programmers, most of them ask for a financial compensation.
Because I want it FREE, donations will be used for the development.

If there is more donation than needed we can work out the Analog version.
A friend of mine can help on the distribution (Someone that works at Allen & Heath)
It's all a dream right now, but I have good shemes and the idea is solid.
In the past I made a custom Analog Pultec on tubes. So I'm looking forward to buy the components, tubes and Lundahl transformers for the Infinity.

Will get all plugins ready a.s.a.p.
Last week I have taken some extra C++ lessons.

When someone donates more as 25$ they will get the Deluxe and new forthcoming plugins for FREE. All of them.
The biggest donation so far has been 130$ (y)

Last edited by Frederickalonso; 21st January 2015 at 06:33 PM..
Old 21st January 2015
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Nice plug in. Like using it und drums.
But just missing a make up gain control. And what does the switch besides the original knob?
Check the website for info. We will put extra's and needs on the Deluxe version.
Old 21st January 2015
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i think on/off seems to turn off compression/drive but still runs thru the circuit, whereas the switch is a hard bypass?

the manual doesnt mention it so i can only go on my observation of the sound.

It's actually a bypass. Input straight to output.

It can be there is a little change in the input - output drivers.
The Algorithm can have a subtle impact.
Old 21st January 2015
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Any plans for AAX?
Old 22nd January 2015
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Sorry for writing "Mac and PC", it's what I read in the first post of KVR...
Yes, sorry about that.
When I started topic at KVR, the initial zip contained a Mac folder as well
and without looking any further (I`m on PC) assumed there`s a Mac version.
Now Frederick is at V2 and PC only.
Old 22nd January 2015
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Thanks for the support guys. Hope you enjoy!

I'm making Mac and Windows 64 bit versions at the moment.
It's just time consuming to write all C++ code and manipulations for debugging.

Before I released it for Free online I made a short video from a project I remixed.

Just listen to the fat bass and open sounds. I just used it on my master and searched the right settings for the track.




You can find all info on FREE Mastering Plugin VST Infinity by Frederick Alonso. | www.stabrecordings.com

In the next days I will update my site and will add a donation total and target.
All donations will be spend on development (extra programmers for VST3) and the build of the analog edition!

My schemes are ready
Very interesting. But I also don't have any 32 but DAW anymore, for 3 years now.
Btw, the reverb or echo on the vocal is interesting, which reverb did you use?

Thanks

dan
Old 25th January 2015
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It's pure Ableton fx. At the moment I'm working on a Mac version. The plugin works in test mode without visuals..
Old 25th January 2015
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It's pure Ableton fx. At the moment I'm working on a Mac version. The plugin works in test mode without visuals..
If you need mac beta testers...
Old 26th January 2015
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If you need mac beta testers...
Same here.
Old 1st February 2015
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Interesting, will be great a in deep video with more a/b testing.
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