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bitrate

03-14-2013, 05:12 PM

Soundtoys is giving away Little Microshift, for free.

Get it here:

https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=219-5748-946


DarkStar

03-14-2013, 05:31 PM

... Have your iLok ready. ;)


richie43

03-14-2013, 07:40 PM

Soundtoys is giving away Little Microshift, for free.

Get it here:

https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=219-5748-946
Free!! Yay!!
... Have your iLok ready. ;)

Ilok!! Boo!!

What a buzzkill.....


EpicSounds

03-15-2013, 12:14 AM

this plugin is great. Makes vocals BIG instantly. I will be using this a ton for sure.

Also I hope to win something again in the contest. Last year I won free upgrade for Radiator but I had to wait until January to get it.


Fabian

03-15-2013, 01:33 AM

"it's totally free (for a limited time)"

Too bad...


airon

03-15-2013, 02:35 AM

I would have had to install some client software for the license transfer, which includes an x32 driver and .... no thanks for now.

It might fuck up the iLok drivers for Protools 9 and I just don't have the time or inclination to deal with any possible bullshit, just because bullshit has happened before.

Too much hassle for a freebie for me, and I've sent them a message via their contact form telling them.


ivansc

03-15-2013, 02:39 AM

And of course iLok still dont support anything much but Internet Explorer.

Bloody ridiculous. Firefox and Chrome do not work, so I assume Opera etc wont either.


billybk1

03-15-2013, 03:07 AM

I can't tell by the page link, is there a native x64 version?

Cheers,

Billy Buck


Sam C

03-15-2013, 07:17 AM

"it's totally free (for a limited time)"

Too bad...

It is not temp....mine shows expiration as "never."

Another very cool ST plug.


richie43

03-15-2013, 08:28 AM

"it's totally free (for a limited time)"

Too bad...

I'm pretty sure that just means that it will be for sale instead of free soon. But once you own it it shouldn't expire.


Quest The Wordsmith

03-15-2013, 08:33 AM

Anything requiring an iLok, you can count me out.


richie43

03-15-2013, 08:34 AM

Anything requiring an iLok, you can count me out.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++


dr_After

03-15-2013, 08:51 AM

wrrr, registered on soundtoys and still I have "You have no licenses linked to this account". Daamn.

EDIT. Update. They didn't mention that logging out and in is required.


bitrate

03-15-2013, 09:00 AM

I'm pretty sure that just means that it will be for sale instead of free soon. But once you own it it shouldn't expire.

Yep, like when they gave away Little Radiator. Just means the giveaway isn't forever.


Just a pitch shifter? What's so special about that? Making chorus fx...


FYI, iLok works with Firefox just fine... should I choose to use it. IE still exists?! Anyone still using Netscape too?


EpicSounds

03-15-2013, 01:14 PM

Man you guys are so negative. The anti iLok discussion every couple weeks is just hilarious. Really keep it up it's not boring at all.

This plugin is awesome.

Here's a quick demo on clean guitar and vocals.
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1053122/Little_microshift_demo.mp3

For me it's a really nice effect that's not quite the same as a chorus, modulated delay or pitch shifter. It's a sound I've been trying to get for a while and always falling short.

BTW, Shwa has a plugin with the same concept called CMX. Never worked for me in a mix though.
http://www.stillwellaudio.com/plugins/schwa-plugins/cmx/


Sam C

03-15-2013, 01:16 PM

Anything requiring an iLok, you can count me out.

If I give you a million dollars? Well, that is how silly the iLok hate sounds after awhile. I don't need to understand why an individual hates it so strongly because it is not important to me. But I comment because there are a few forums where folks rush to slam it like it is wearing a badge of courage. And not necessarily you....

Maybe you guys that won't use it will hear some of these decent plugs elsewhere, ya know, someone else's home studio...if you can tolerate their use of iLok. ;)


Rusty Falcon

03-16-2013, 10:33 AM

I can't tell by the page link, is there a native x64 version?

Cheers,

Billy Buck

x86 only. I'm running it bridged in Reaper x64 with no issues.

Yes it requires iLOK. Boohoo. So do Slate Digital plugins.

You can use my code to download if you like: https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=237-0725-509


politcat

03-16-2013, 12:42 PM

Man you guys are so negative. The anti iLok discussion every couple weeks is just hilarious. Really keep it up it's not boring at all.

This plugin is awesome.

Here's a quick demo on clean guitar and vocals.
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1053122/Little_microshift_demo.mp3

For me it's a really nice effect that's not quite the same as a chorus, modulated delay or pitch shifter. It's a sound I've been trying to get for a while and always falling short.

excellent demo!

i have a really good pitch shifter but it doesn't quite get that same sound so i'm glad to have Little MicroShift too

will get some really phat ganged vocals


Jae.Thomas

03-16-2013, 12:49 PM

complaining about ilok is fun, but complaining about ilok complainers is much cooler ;)


richie43

03-16-2013, 12:59 PM

complaining about ilok is fun, but complaining about ilok complainers is much cooler ;)

But I am even cooler, cuz I'm complaining about people pointing out how cool it is to complain about ilok complainers..... jeez.....:)


politcat

03-16-2013, 01:01 PM

stop complaining

it's silly


richie43

03-16-2013, 01:08 PM

stop complaining

it's silly

lol. You are silly.


politcat

03-16-2013, 01:23 PM

sometimes

but not this time


EpicSounds

03-16-2013, 03:03 PM

excellent demo!

i have a really good pitch shifter but it doesn't quite get that same sound so i'm glad to have Little MicroShift too

will get some really phat ganged vocals

I read on KVRaudio that upon the release of this plugin Sean Costello (ValhallaDSP) trashed his work for what would be his next release. That's pretty serious.


richie43

03-16-2013, 04:17 PM

I read on KVRaudio that upon the release of this plugin Sean Costello (ValhallaDSP) trashed his work for what would be his next release. That's pretty serious.

In all seriousness, that IS pretty heavy. I love Seans stuff.
Edit: I can't find a single mention on KVR when searching the site. Do you by chance have a link still?


richie43

03-16-2013, 04:22 PM

sometimes

but not this time

I was just trying to lighten up. Don't take it so seriously.... It's all fun and friendly, ya know.


politcat

03-16-2013, 04:47 PM

I was just trying to lighten up. Don't take it so seriously.... It's all fun and friendly, ya know.

no, it's cool, i didn't take it so seriously...seriously


politcat

03-16-2013, 04:58 PM

In all seriousness, that IS pretty heavy. I love Seans stuff.
Edit: I can't find a single mention on KVR when searching the site. Do you by chance have a link still?

...*crumples up piece of paper that had microshift GUI on it, tosses it in trash, goes back to the drawing board*

the whole "dual pitch shifter used as doubler" idea came from the H3000, and the designers of that box went on to form SoundToys. So they have a LOT more claim to the whole "dual pitch shifter" idea than I do, and I don't want to duplicate existing products. I'll figure out a good home for that pitch shifter code later on.

Sean Costello

.....


EpicSounds

03-16-2013, 07:05 PM

In all seriousness, that IS pretty heavy. I love Seans stuff.
Edit: I can't find a single mention on KVR when searching the site. Do you by chance have a link still?

Conversation on Twitter from earlier today

theaudiogeek: It's really funny that @valhalladsp threw away his pitch shifter code when Soundtoys announced MicroShift

valhalladsp: @theaudiogeek I didn't "throw away the pitch shifter code," cupcake. I'm "repurposing" it. The code work fine in Shimmer right now.

That being said, the guys that created the original H3000 algorithm will probably do a good job on an H3000 doubling plugin.

"The code work fine" was tweeted courtesy of The Hulk. #seanSmashAllpass


EpicSounds

03-17-2013, 08:41 AM

Turns out UberMod can do something with a similar result. There's your ilok-free alternative.

(paste this into UberMod)

<ValhallaUberMod pluginVersion="1.0.2" presetName="MicroDouble" Mix="1" Depth="1" StereoWidth="0.5" Delay="0.0232999995" Feedback="0" Spread="0.5" Slope="0.5" Skew="0.5" Random="0" TapGain="0.5" Diffusion="0.5" DiffSize="0.0204081628" DiffModRate="0.0490490496" DiffModDepth="0.5" LowCut="0" HighCut="1" SpatialXover="0.145728648" DetuneRate="0.0490490496" DetuneDepth="0.5" VibratoRate="0.298245579" VibratoDepth="0" OverMod="0" DriveInGain="0.25" DriveOutGain="0.75" DriveNoiseGain="0" FeedbackRotate="0.5" SmoothingTime="0.0990990996" ColorMode="0" DelaySync="0" type="0.0416666679" DiffEnable="0" Drive="1" DrivePrePost="0" Speed="0" InputPan="0.125"/>


richie43

03-17-2013, 10:17 AM

Conversation on Twitter from earlier today

theaudiogeek: It's really funny that @valhalladsp threw away his pitch shifter code when Soundtoys announced MicroShift

valhalladsp: @theaudiogeek I didn't "throw away the pitch shifter code," cupcake. I'm "repurposing" it. The code work fine in Shimmer right now.

That being said, the guys that created the original H3000 algorithm will probably do a good job on an H3000 doubling plugin.

"The code work fine" was tweeted courtesy of The Hulk. #seanSmashAllpass

No offense to anyone here, and I appreciated the quote form the KVR thread, I was looking for the link to check it out myself. This twitter conversation sounds more accurate to what I expected. Thanks for posting this. And thanks for the preset. The use of xml format for presets has been awesome for trading presets with other Valhalla users.


EpicSounds

03-17-2013, 01:29 PM

No offense to anyone here, and I appreciated the quote form the KVR thread, I was looking for the link to check it out myself. This twitter conversation sounds more accurate to what I expected. Thanks for posting this. And thanks for the preset. The use of xml format for presets has been awesome for trading presets with other Valhalla users.

The threads are here:
Little Microshift announced - http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=376567&start=0

Let's talk about pitch shifters - http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=375876&start=0

haha, I just now noticed Sean called me cupcake.


richie43

03-17-2013, 01:46 PM

haha, I just now noticed Sean called me cupcake.

Thanks. And I'd say that's a compliment, cupcake.


valhalladsp

03-17-2013, 01:53 PM

The threads are here:
Little Microshift announced - http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=376567&start=0

Let's talk about pitch shifters - http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=375876&start=0

haha, I just now noticed Sean called me cupcake.

That's 'cause you're SWEET AS SUGAR, Jon! SMILEY FACE!!!!!

Honestly, the SoundToys plugin was like a breath of fresh air for me. I have been working with a bunch of pitch shifting ideas, but trying to figure out how to get a cool sounding plugin that was simple to use, yet powerful, was difficult. An ideal doubler would have a few controls, which runs counter to "lots of sonic power," but there has been a market niche for a good H3000 style doubler.

Now that SoundToys has a FREE plugin, that emulated the H3000, and only has a few controls, I don't have to worry about how I create something like that. SoundToys will do a GREAT job with their plugin, and I can focus on something different!

Here's my sharing code for the Little Microshift:

https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=235-5533-755

Sean Costello


Get it here:
https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=388-2839-279

:)


planetnine

03-18-2013, 03:08 PM

I thought I'd register so I can try the plugin.

What a fucking ordeal recognising the i-lok. I had to find an old version of Explorer or it wouldn't talk to the i-lok site; it does one thing with the i-lok and then chucks it out; I have to unplug and re-plug the bloody thing to get it to be re-recognised.

Ridiculous amount of to-ing and fro-ing, it's taken me over an hour to sign up and get the licence into the i-lok, and I haven't even got it installed in the workstation yet! (why do they want to know my blood-type? ;)

God I hate the fooking blue suppository, but I suppose if the sheep take it, they'll keep dishing it out.

Youre all a load of compliant herbivores, the lot of you.


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richie43

03-18-2013, 04:52 PM

I thought I'd register so I can try the plugin.

What a fucking ordeal recognising the i-lok. I had to find an old version of Explorer or it wouldn't talk to the i-lok site; it does one thing with the i-lok and then chucks it out; I have to unplug and re-plug the bloody thing to get it to be re-recognised.

Ridiculous amount of to-ing and fro-ing, it's taken me over an hour to sign up and get the licence into the i-lok, and I haven't even got it installed in the workstation yet! (why do they want to know my blood-type? ;)

God I hate the fooking blue suppository, but I suppose if the sheep take it, they'll keep dishing it out.

Youre all a load of compliant herbivores, the lot of you.


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And another "quotable quote" from Planetnine..... lol. By the way, aren't you one of the "compliant herbivores" as well....?


That's part of the problem with iLok I think, the variable user experience:

From seeing this thread to having the plugin open in Reaper, no more than 10 minutes here. Smooth sailing.


Jae.Thomas

03-18-2013, 07:55 PM

welp, got the soundtoys bundle, and an ilok.

...let's see how this goes.


willowhaus

03-19-2013, 01:28 AM

Snagged a copy as well, will download later & see how it goes. No ilok worries for me, so far it's worked without issue. I'm using ilok 2, dunno if that makes any difference but thus far it's pretty much just worked without issue.


valhalladsp

03-19-2013, 11:59 AM

Snagged a copy as well, will download later & see how it goes. No ilok worries for me, so far it's worked without issue. I'm using ilok 2, dunno if that makes any difference but thus far it's pretty much just worked without issue.

My guess is that it is iLok2 only. I'm not 100% sure of this, but most plugin developers that use iLok have moved over to iLok2, due to security issues with the original iLok.

Sean Costello


Original iLok is fine, that's what I have and it's up and running here.


planetnine

03-19-2013, 01:23 PM

And another "quotable quote" from Planetnine..... lol. By the way, aren't you one of the "compliant herbivores" as well....?


Baaaa...!

I'm i-lok2, too.

I forgot to mention that my laptop insisted on "re-installing" the i-lok everytime I re-plugged it in....

Baaaaaaaaa....!!


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If anyone gets that little popup window saying your iLok drivers need to be updated when you scan for new VSTs, do just that and then clear the VST cache and rescan.

Reaper couldn't find the plugin until I cleared the cache. Rescanning VSTs wasn't helping.

edit: Tried it, it's a neat sounding little plugin with minimal hassle :) I'm sure I'll be using it on future projects.


richie43

03-19-2013, 02:52 PM

Is there anyone here that has purchased this plugin and also owns CMX from Stillwell? I own the Stillwell plugin and from what i hear, they should be very similar.Yes? No?


richie43

03-19-2013, 02:56 PM

Baaaa...!

I'm i-lok2, too.

I forgot to mention that my laptop insisted on "re-installing" the i-lok everytime I re-plugged it in....

Baaaaaaaaa....!!


>

At least you're not a lemming......


Is there anyone here that has purchased this plugin and also owns CMX from Stillwell? I own the Stillwell plugin and from what i hear, they should be very similar.Yes? No?

I've demoed CMX, the sound is in the same ballpark and CMX is more adjustable but the results aren't quite as impressive. Put it this way, if Little Microshift was $50 and CMX was free, I would have paid for Little Microshift. That's not to put down CMX which is a nice plugin, but this just edges ahead.


richie43

03-19-2013, 03:11 PM

Thanks Stu. I listened to the audio clip someone posted and thought that it sounded good, but no better than what i get from CMX. But I trust your taste, so that is great info.


There's not a huge gap between them to be fair, certainly not enough to warrant buying an iLok just for this :)


Jae.Thomas

03-19-2013, 04:52 PM

I've been wanting these plugins for a long time and there's an academic discount so... seemed like a good time :)


How are you finding the bundle Jason? Does it include Decapitator, and if so, what do you think of it? That's a plugin I've wanted to try for a long time, I could demo it but I have a feeling that would end up costing me money ;)


Jae.Thomas

03-19-2013, 04:56 PM

How are you finding the bundle Jason? Does it include Decapitator, and if so, what do you think of it? That's a plugin I've wanted to try for a long time, I could demo it but I have a feeling that would end up costing me money ;)

im still waiting on the ilok ;)

The studio I've done work at uses it, I find myself just using them constantly.


richie43

03-19-2013, 05:08 PM

There's not a huge gap between them to be fair, certainly not enough to warrant buying an iLok just for this :)

...and that is exactly what i want to hear (even if it isn't true....lol)


Hindu Stan

03-19-2013, 05:32 PM

Downloaded Microshift and autorized but Reaper says Cannot load . Any ideas? AMD Sempron 2400 don't laugh.


ZOLAIVE

03-20-2013, 07:10 AM

I tried the plugin : it's really good.
Here are samples : https://soundcloud.com/zolaive/soundtoys-sample

Sample 1 is the raw tone (no effect)
Sample 2 is the tone with preset I and mix full wet
Sample 3 is the tone with preset I and mix half wet
Sample 4 is the tone with preset II and mix full wet
Sample 5 is the tone with preset II and mix half wet
Sample 6 is the tone with preset III and mix full wet
Sample 7 is the tone with preset III and mix half wet

Full wet gives pure stereo. Half wet adds some modulation effect.

Here's my redemption code : 387-0008-045

PS : All the infos are here : https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013
To register to SoundToys, you need to enter your ilock user ID to register. Then you have to login and enter the redemption code.
Soundtoys will send an email with the link to download the plug. Soundtoys will also send a licence to ilock so you will have to transfer this licence from ilock.com to your ilock. Be sure to have the most recent driver (iLok Driver Installer) and transfert software (iLok Client Installer) installed on your computer (see the download section on ilock.com)

Cheers


ZOLAIVE

03-23-2013, 01:47 AM

Hindu Stan di you solve your problem with the plug ?
Maybe, it's an ilock issue ?
Did you add the good VST folder to Reaper so that it can scan and find the VST .dll ?
Cheers
Zolaive

PS : here's another quick test (Van Halen quick tone with & without the plug) : http://youtu.be/7FpxDgL4THQ
I made it quickly but I think the stereo enhancement is really good (my opinion).


Faderjockey

03-23-2013, 01:56 PM

I got this and think it's great. I didn't upgrade the Devil-loc. But I did up grade the Radiator.

I've got both iLok1 and iLok2. The iLok1 I've had since my old PT's TDM system it's old.. I'm using Reaper now on PC.
I've never had trouble with this iLok on Mac or PC and none of the plugs have given me trouble.

Don't understand the hatered for it.

On another note.. Yes Sound toys is 32bit. I'm doing all 64. But there are few things I still have to run 32 just like I did UAD until recent. Reaper handles it perfect. Sound Toys has said on FB and their site..They are close to releasing 64 bit version.

So I would grab it free even if you never use it. Then you can download the 64bit version as soon as it's out. Least you'd have a cool ass free plug.
I think this will be another one that I will upgrade when they release the full version.


planetnine

03-23-2013, 06:25 PM

Well, after all that farting about with the i-lok, I intalled this plugin, it updated the PACE drivers, asked for and got a system reboot (just so the updated satan's spawn could get deeper into my machine) and....

nothing.

the installed DLL is sat there in my plugin tree, but REAPER just won't acknowledge it exists. Rescanned the plugins, restarted the machine, nope, now't.


So after all that I might as well have sat back on my chair, picked my nose and contributed to the i-lok hate thread without any of the work.

What a glorious, pointless waste of time :D

What a fuck-up :)

All that anti-piracy code and it won't even turn over, what an amazing fail!


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henge

03-23-2013, 06:56 PM

I got this and think it's great. I didn't upgrade the Devil-loc. B

Devil-loc Deluxe is amazing.It focuses sources, compresses, saturates and distorts beeautifully. The extra controls make a huge difference.


richie43

03-23-2013, 07:51 PM

Well, after all that farting about with the i-lok, I intalled this plugin, it updated the PACE drivers, asked for and got a system reboot (just so the updated satan's spawn could get deeper into my machine) and....

nothing.

the installed DLL is sat there in my plugin tree, but REAPER just won't acknowledge it exists. Rescanned the plugins, restarted the machine, nope, now't.


So after all that I might as well have sat back on my chair, picked my nose and contributed to the i-lok hate thread without any of the work.

What a glorious, pointless waste of time :D

What a fuck-up :)

All that anti-piracy code and it won't even turn over, what an amazing fail!


>
I want to say a big "told ya so", but of course I would never do that....oops, just did. But seriously, I am sorry to hear this. I was truly hoping to hear some positive reports about of this from you planetnine. I even considered (a little bit) that if you had a positive experience, maybe, just maybe I would take a dangerous leap into hell-lok. Maybe not..... I hope that you at least get it working, I've heard that it is actually a cool plugin.

Edit:
But as always, your creative prose is top-notched and entertaining, even in the midst of your misery......


Jae.Thomas

03-23-2013, 08:13 PM

ilok wasn't a big issue for me at all. you have to open an internet browser to get the auths... I was up and running within 15 minutes... works great! Love having it here at home.


ZOLAIVE

03-24-2013, 02:45 AM

Strange Planetnine, never had that kind of issue with ilock ??!!
Did you install the last "iLok Client Installer" version ? If not, your PC cannot recognize your ilock.
Dis you set the path to the plug dll in Reaper ? If not Reaper only scan the default plugin Folder.
Cheers
ZOLAIVE


Billoon

03-24-2013, 04:23 AM

First time i ran it, i hadnt updated the PACE drivers as required. After i did, had to clear cache and rescan the vst folder. No probs after that.

UBK-1 was enough for me to take the iLok plunge. Never had any issues at all. Dont know what all the fuss is about really. I like it cause it means i can use my plugs on any of my computers. Theyre not tied to specific hardware like some of my other plugs(s-gear, nebula), which is a PITA.


chip mcdonald

03-24-2013, 10:27 AM

I haven't seen an audio tool that makes me think "gee, I don't care if I have to bother with ILok or PACE".

Past experience has already used that part of my Tedium Bank Account up.

The pointlessness of it rubs me the wrong way. Too much hoop jumping in the world.


planetnine

03-24-2013, 04:15 PM

It installed the updated drivers, apparently OK.

The i-lok is recognised in that it glows blue and allows me to use the only other i-lok plug I own -Renaissance De-esser.

If I press "clear cache", won't it wipe my plugin folders in the FX dialogue? I haven't cleared the cache in a while because I have a dim memory that this happens.


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Billoon

03-24-2013, 04:37 PM

It just clears the list from the FX browser, then rescans your VST folders and puts them all back in again.

Never had any problems here. :)


planetnine

03-24-2013, 04:44 PM

Yes, but what about any folders or menus you've set up in the FX browser dialogue?

Doesn't it clear those? I really cant be bothered to re-populate that lot for the sake of one plugin.


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richie43

03-24-2013, 05:27 PM

Yes, but what about any folders or menus you've set up in the FX browser dialogue?

Doesn't it clear those? I really cant be bothered to re-populate that lot for the sake of one plugin.


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I have never had this happen from clearing the cache and rescanning, you should be safe.


Billoon

03-24-2013, 06:13 PM

Yeah, should be ok. Might be worth backing up your Reaper folders just incase.


planetnine

03-25-2013, 02:45 PM

All my VST organised folders have gone you bunch of twats! ;)

I saved the configuration too, just to be safe, and it didn't save them.

Half an hour now to put all the reverbs in a reverb folder, comps together, EQs, delays, etc, etc.

I hope you all catch smallpox...


Edit: it did then find Microshift, but it's nothing to write home about. :)



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Faderjockey

03-25-2013, 02:48 PM

Not sure what the hell you got going on over there..But never had that sort of trouble. Glad you don't work at my place...


planetnine

03-25-2013, 02:57 PM

Glad you don't work at my place...


and just what is that supposed to mean?


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Faderjockey

03-25-2013, 03:17 PM

and just what is that supposed to mean?


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Well seems with all your computer bad luck you seem to be having I wouldn't want that bad luck in my place.. Since most of us here have no trouble installing a free plug..

my comment offended you? what about the twat comment on your end?


planetnine

03-25-2013, 03:44 PM

Well seems with all your computer bad luck you seem to be having I wouldn't want that bad luck in my place.. Since most of us here have no trouble installing a free plug..

my comment offended you? what about the twat comment on your end?


Oh dear.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smiley

You'll be thinking I really do hope you go down with a virus that only exists in laboratories next... ;) <--that's a smiley :)

-nothing to do with bad luck, I installed the Soundtoys plug just to see how much hassle it would really be. I knew it would be a pain. TBH I have no use for the microshift.

I don't have to "clear the cache" with normal plugins and I knew damn well it would clear my plugin folders, but no-one wanted to admit it. :)

Just part of the extra crap that goes with the extreme piracy protection. I think I've proved my point ;)

Now before you start getting any more huffy, sweetie, I thought it was funny. :D <--another one!


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richie43

03-25-2013, 04:04 PM

Sorry Planetnine, I feel like I steered ya wrong :mad::rolleyes::eek: (series of non-smiley faces but still friendly emoticons). I just double-checked and did a "clear cache and scan" on my system, and it did not change any of my organized folders or listings, so now I am even more curious about why it does that on your system.


planetnine

03-25-2013, 04:29 PM

I'm talking about the user-generated folders right at the bottom of the dialogue where you put all your revertbs together, comps, EQs, etc...

I remember posts about clearing the cache in the prefs wiping them, probably even happened to me before.

No biggie, excuse for a clear-out. I'm running on a pre and restructuring a few bits, so it was probably going to be on the list.

I've made a half-arsed attempt at re-doing it, I might have another go and see if it wipes. If so I'll ask on the pre forums. You're sure we're talking about the same thing? And you don't lose it?

Let me have another go, I'll post back.


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richie43

03-25-2013, 04:44 PM

I'm talking about the user-generated folders right at the bottom of the dialogue where you put all your revertbs together, comps, EQs, etc...

I remember posts about clearing the cache in the prefs wiping them, probably even happened to me before.

No biggie, excuse for a clear-out. I'm running on a pre and restructuring a few bits, so it was probably going to be on the list.

I've made a half-arsed attempt at re-doing it, I might have another go and see if it wipes. If so I'll ask on the pre forums. You're sure we're talking about the same thing? And you don't lose it?

Let me have another go, I'll post back.


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i think I am talking about the same thing.... Can you post a screenshot of these user generated folders? Are they the same as my attachment?


planetnine

03-25-2013, 04:52 PM

Yep, the same.

I cleared the cache and re-scanned from Prefs/Plugins/VST -is there anywhere else to do it?


Edit: Rescanned with no folder loss this time -duh!

Wonder what I did? -that'll teach me to run on pres. Roger Rabbit syndrome :D

Time to get some more sleep methinks! ;)



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Mercado_Negro

03-25-2013, 06:00 PM

I've demoed CMX, the sound is in the same ballpark and CMX is more adjustable but the results aren't quite as impressive. Put it this way, if Little Microshift was $50 and CMX was free, I would have paid for Little Microshift. That's not to put down CMX which is a nice plugin, but this just edges ahead.

That's veeeery interesting. I got it a couple of days ago but I haven't had the time to test it yet (sadly... or happily, not sure lol, I've been too busy for the past months). CMX has been my go-to software H3000 for a long long time and now this makes me curious... hell, even Sean's around... time to have some fun, I guess :)

Cheers mate!


richie43

03-25-2013, 07:29 PM

Yep, the same.

I cleared the cache and re-scanned from Prefs/Plugins/VST -is there anywhere else to do it?


Edit: Rescanned with no folder loss this time -duh!

Wonder what I did? -that'll teach me to run on pres. Roger Rabbit syndrome :D

Time to get some more sleep methinks! ;)



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Weird.....


Ralphm773

03-26-2013, 04:44 PM

Yeah I got my Yamaha SPX90 "pitch" effect back!


chip mcdonald

03-29-2013, 05:50 PM

It occurs to me, I'd like to modify what I wrote.

While I haven't seen a sound tool that makes me want to deal with ILok (see the above...), I *have* seen sound tools that I would have wanted to use *if they didn't use ILok*.


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Soundtoys Offers “Pay What You Wish” Plug-Ins to Benefit Charity

December 11th, 2015 by Gabriel Lamorie

‘Tis the season for giving the world better mixes — and a whole lot more: Soundtoys is offering “Pay What You Wish” to help benefit charity from December 10th – 31st.

The plug-ins offered with this event include all from the “Little” series – A different Little plug-in featured each Read more...

Review: SoundToys MicroShift by Zach McNees

February 27th, 2014 by Zach McNees

These days, as audio plug-ins have become more of the standard than the alternative in the pro audio community, a few brands have become ubiquitous with the DAW experience. SoundToys, for example, makes plug-ins I rely on daily to make my mixes better in every way imaginable. And I know Read more...

SoundToys Launches MicroShift Plugin – Widening & Much More

February 19th, 2014 by David Weiss

The joy is palpable, all the way from the frosty hills of Vermont.

In a major development, SoundToys’ long-anticipated plugin MicroShift has arrived. Not only will it bring magic width, thickness and space to the tracks in your mix, but there’s a plethora of additional sonic tricks available via its Read more...

SoundToys Launches Free Plugin: Little MicroShift, Plus H3000 D/SE Contest

March 15th, 2013 by David Weiss

It’s like Xmas in March – SXSWXMas, that is.

While everyone’s in Austin, SoundToys has made their new Little MicroShift plugin available for free, for just a little while. Plus, they’ve launched a groovy contest to capture a classic piece of hardware.

The promotion ends on March 29th, so get Read more...

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Soundtoys Microshift.


Any real substantial difference between this and other pitch shift plugins ?

Worth the investment over say….Waver Doubler which I already have.


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Is it odd that they have a purchase option but no demo option?

Don't Sound Toys plug ins usually offer a demo upon release as well?

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I've been playing with this plugin this evening and it's the real deal. I like it far more than Waves Doubler. This thing has a huge sweet spot and really adds a ton of dimension. At extreme settings, it can get slightly warbly sounding, but it sounds pretty natural throughout most of its range. This will be getting a ton of use from me.

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To be fair, I consider the Soundtoys bundle to be among my absolute essential mix tools. I use them every day and LOVE the way these plugs sound. Top of the pile as far as I'm concerned.

I've been using the Little Microshift version they gave away last year for a good while now. It's been on nearly every mix I've done since I got it. Absolutely love this thing.

My mix template has an "H3000" return setup along with my other favorite character/effect chains ready and waiting to grab.

For my "H3000" chain, I used to just use a combination of duplicating the track I wanted to affect, off-line pitch shifting and then putting it through the stock Digi short delay with each side somewhere around 14ms and 21ms delayed respectively. Some saturation, a little modulation or chorus if necessary, etc. Got me where I wanted to be. WIDE!

Not only did Little Microshift replace the offline pitch-shifting AND the delay setup, but it had a VIBE to it that was completely consistent with the rest of the Soundtoys bundle. Wouldn't want to live without this plug.

With that all said, after using it as much as I have, there are definitely times I wish I could tweak it a bit more. Which is why I'm so excited about the full version coming out.

I haven't been able to use it on anything rhythmic, because it incurs delay in a way that doesn't work well with anything transient-heavy. So the idea of being able to tweak the delay and the "focus" frequency is really exciting for me.

Definitely going to upgrade when I go into the studio tomorrow morning to mix.

Thanks. Yah, I have the V4 bundle and it's a gem for sure. I'm just getting to a point where I'm trying to avoid buying anything that doesn't have an impact.

Here for the gear

No one mentioned it's AAX 64 bit for Windows, at least a step in the right direction.
Plus no Ilok required...

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Aww, man. Microshift is THE SHIFT!See what I did there? Couldn't resist! Lol. I LOVE THIS THING. It puts all the elements missing from LM into place. A tiny H3000. One of their best creations yet...

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Is it true there's no demo?

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Quote:

Originally Posted by cryophonik➡️

I've been playing with this plugin this evening and it's the real deal. I like it far more than Waves Doubler. This thing has a huge sweet spot and really adds a ton of dimension. At extreme settings, it can get slightly warbly sounding, but it sounds pretty natural throughout most of its range. This will be getting a ton of use from me.

Me too. Bought it last night. But how do you make it translate well to a mono system though without getting all flanging and phasing?

Quote:

Originally Posted by LFO8➡️

Me too. Bought it last night. But how do you make it translate well to a mono system though without getting all flanging and phasing?

Follow up to this question as well.

For VOCALS-should this be on an insert on a stereo track of vocals or if my vocal track is in mono will that be ok as well?

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With the original little microshift, I found it works best as a send, not an insert.

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Anybody tried it against uad dimension d ?

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Krush411➡️

Follow up to this question as well.

For VOCALS-should this be on an insert on a stereo track of vocals or if my vocal track is in mono will that be ok as well?

The demo I sent you yesterday had MicroShift on a mono vocal track in PT11, but I've also inserted the Little MS on stereo buses for BG vox.

Quote:

Originally Posted by cryophonik➡️

The demo I sent you yesterday had MicroShift on a mono vocal track in PT11, but I've also inserted the Little MS on stereo buses for BG vox.

Good to know. Thanks

I really like this effect and the full version controls do actually allow you to fine tune the effect usefully. But the little version is no slouch and does get you a good way there.

An adjustable high-pass would be useful especially for insert use because I find it has a tendency to dampen the low end. No big deal to do this on an fx send though.

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Quote:

Originally Posted by undertone➡️

I really like this effect and the full version controls do actually allow you to fine tune the effect usefully. But the little version is no slouch and does get you a good way there.

An adjustable high-pass would be useful especially for insert use because I find it has a tendency to dampen the low end. No big deal to do this on an fx send though.

From the manual:

The FOCUS knob controls the crossover point of a 2-band crossover flter, applying the effected signal only to the high band. While very source dependent, it's useful for widening mid and high frequency content without making the low end sound loose or “muddy”. It defaults to 20 Hz, but can go all the way up to 10 kHz.

Can this get close to the H3000 231 preset? I'd be curious if anyone has tried and compared.

I sold my D/SE a few years back, and honestly that is one a the few sounds that I haven't been able to emulate with plug-ins.

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Excellent plugin. I demoed it for 10 mins and bought it immediately. It will get used a lot.

Great that it's 64bit across all formats. That's the only reason I don't have the main Soundtoys bundle - still no Mac 64bit VST versions.

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeezo➡️

Anybody tried it against uad dimension d ?

apples and oranges.
h

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Quote:

Originally Posted by TheBrightSide➡️

With the original little microshift, I found it works best as a send, not an insert.

Yeah, I have now found that to be the case as well. But I'm still trying to somehow make a 100% wet signal of Microshift hold up (kind of) in mono.

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Quote:

Originally Posted by LFO8➡️

Yeah, I have now found that to be the case as well. But I'm still trying to somehow make a 100% wet signal of Microshift hold up (kind of) in mono.

You may have trouble working in mono with this, as it is essentially a stereo effect.
I see it as a kind of "Advanced spatial enhancer" , using panning, delays and pitch change to trick the ears into making something sound much bigger and alive. It's actually genius.
Without the stereo aspect, it comes across as muddy/chorusy/phasey.

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheBrightSide➡️

With the original little microshift, I found it works best as a send, not an insert.

Agreed but this one is a lot more versatile with the dry/wet knob.

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How do we feel about using this as an aux on gang BGVS?

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I think there's a demo now. http://www.soundtoys.com/product/MicroShift

Right click a knob to toggle the dial name to % The Focus dial changes to Hz when right clicked.




The three style buttons switches Microshift to the hardware preset emulations.
From the manual:-
STYLE I:
Modeled on preset #231 from the H3000. We’ve pretty closely matched the delay and pitch variation (which isn’t exactly what the front panel says), and even emulated the sound of the analog saturation.

STYLE II:

Modeled on preset #519 from the H3000, which was based on a different pitch shifting algorithm, and has a slightly different sound due to different amounts of delay variation and a different frequency response.

STYLE III:
Modeled on a favorite setting from the AMS* DMX 15-80. This style has much wider delay variation, different saturation characteristics, and a different, harder, ‘de-glitching’ circuit

Someone at Soundtoys used to work for Eventide and programed the H3000. So I imagine it's close.

MIX:
For the clearest, widest sound, 100 percent wet is the way to go. To get a thicker more ‘chorused’ sound, you can use this control to blend some of the original unprocessed signal with the pitch shifted and delayed effect.

DETUNE:
DETUNE increases or decreases the amount of micro pitch-shifting that is happening with any particular style. Because the pitch shifting for each style is continually time varying, this control is in units of percent. At 50%, the amount of detuning is halved. At 200%, the amount of detuning is doubled.

DELAY:
DELAY increases or decreases the amount of delay that is happening with any particular style. Because the delay for each style is continually time varying, this control is in units of percent. At 50%, the amount of delay is halved. At 200%, the amount of delay is doubled

FOCUS:
The FOCUS knob controls the crossover point of a 2-band crossover ?ter, applying the effected signal only to the high band. While very source dependent, it's useful for widening mid and high frequency content without making the low end sound loose or “muddy”. It defaults to 20 Hz, but can go all the way up to 10 kHz.


Microsshift video by Soundtoys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmtmNQPreQA#t=79

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Quote:

Originally Posted by TheBrightSide➡️

You may have trouble working in mono with this, as it is essentially a stereo effect.
I see it as a kind of "Advanced spatial enhancer" , using panning, delays and pitch change to trick the ears into making something sound much bigger and alive. It's actually genius.
Without the stereo aspect, it comes across as muddy/chorusy/phasey.

Exactly! But I am looking for a way to employ stereo FX and not have them fall apart in mono (since translation to mono is still very relevant)

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Okay. First, this is NOT LM. LM is an abbreviated(crippled) version of this. Not NEARLY as useful. THIS PLUGIN, is basically the quintessential effect of the H3000. Or, more aptly, the original Eventide Harmonizer. If you know the old black-face Eventide Harmonizer(can't remember if it had a model #), then you know the effect I'm talking about. It is NOT even similar to the Roland Dimension D. And if you use it at 100% wet, it ain't gonna "not be weird" in mono. BUT, if used properly, it is often the best possible spread/chorus/flange effect you can use. It can be used sparingly, and provide almost completely, transparent space. I'm SO glad they released this "full" version of it, since I could only use LM on certain things because of its limited adjustment capacity. But for me, this all but eliminates my need to get the H3000 plug, as this effect was this primary reason I needed it. As a $49 upgrade, the most no-brainer decision I'll make this year...

Quote:

Originally Posted by antithesist➡️

From the manual:

The FOCUS knob controls the crossover point of a 2-band crossover flter, applying the effected signal only to the high band. While very source dependent, it's useful for widening mid and high frequency content without making the low end sound loose or “muddy”. It defaults to 20 Hz, but can go all the way up to 10 kHz.

Doh! Thanks! RTFM....

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Priceless! Got the upgrade and I already own the H3000 TDM and the Eventide H910 & H949 and this still adds another feel and color.

Great job!!!

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Alternative to Microshift? Thoughts on Soundtoys plugins in general?


I recently demoed/trialed Soundtoys Microshift, and I found it to be pretty good. Simple to use, fast workflow and very subtle if need be. I'm a bit of cheapskate however and was wondering if there're other plugins out there that can do same thing as effortlessly as Microshift?

Also curious what are your thoughts on their other plugins? I've been told they're pretty good, but this Microshift and maybe Decapitator are the only plugins that have caught my interest.

These guys know how to model classic hardware. I'm not sure if they use some form of convolution modeling, or if it's all just algorithmic, but they have some special kind of mojo going on. Perhaps just a deal with the devil. Unfortunately, there just isn't anyone else out there outside the realm of impulse response modeling .... that is able to model outboard the way these guys model outboard.

With that out of the way, Waves has a stereo imaging plugin I used to use a lot (not so much these days) :
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bitrate

03-14-2013, 05:12 PM

Soundtoys is giving away Little Microshift, for free.

Get it here:

https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=219-5748-946


DarkStar

03-14-2013, 05:31 PM

. Have your iLok ready. ;)


richie43

03-14-2013, 07:40 PM

Soundtoys is giving away Little Microshift, for free.

Get it here:

https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=219-5748-946
Free!! Yay!!
. Have your iLok ready. ;)

Ilok!! Boo!!

What a buzzkill.


EpicSounds

03-15-2013, 12:14 AM

this plugin is great. Makes vocals BIG instantly. I will be using this a ton for sure.

Also I hope to win something again in the contest, soundtoys microshift Archives. Last year I won free upgrade for Radiator but I had to wait until January to get it.


Fabian

03-15-2013, soundtoys microshift Archives, 01:33 AM

"it's totally free (for a limited time)"

Too bad.


airon

03-15-2013, 02:35 AM

I would have had to install some client software for the license transfer, which includes an x32 driver and . no thanks for now.

It might fuck up the iLok drivers for Protools 9 and I just don't have the time or inclination to deal with any possible bullshit, soundtoys microshift Archives, just because bullshit has happened before.

Too much hassle for a freebie for me, and I've sent them a message via their contact form telling them.


ivansc

03-15-2013, 02:39 AM

And of course iLok still dont support anything much but Internet Explorer.

Bloody ridiculous. Firefox and Chrome do not work, so I assume Opera etc wont either.


billybk1

03-15-2013, 03:07 AM

I can't tell by the page link, soundtoys microshift Archives, is there a native soundtoys microshift Archives version?

Cheers,

Billy Buck


Sam C

03-15-2013, 07:17 AM

"it's totally free (for a limited time)"

Too bad.

It is not temp.mine shows expiration as "never."

Another very cool ST plug.


richie43

03-15-2013, 08:28 AM

"it's totally free (for a limited time)"

Too bad.

I'm pretty sure that just means that it will be for sale instead soundtoys microshift Archives free soon. But once you own it it shouldn't expire.


Quest The Wordsmith

03-15-2013, 08:33 AM

Anything requiring an iLok, you can count me out.


richie43

03-15-2013, 08:34 AM

Anything requiring an iLok, soundtoys microshift Archives, you can count me out.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++


dr_After

03-15-2013, 08:51 AM

wrrr, registered on soundtoys and still I have "You have no licenses linked to this account". Daamn.

EDIT. Update. They didn't mention that logging out and in is required.


bitrate

03-15-2013, soundtoys microshift Archives, 09:00 AM

I'm pretty sure that just means that it will be for sale instead of free soon. But once you own it it shouldn't expire.

Yep, like when they gave away Little Radiator. Just means the giveaway isn't forever.


Just a pitch shifter? What's so special about that? Making chorus fx.


FYI, iLok works with Firefox just fine. should I choose to use it. IE still exists?! Anyone still using Netscape too?


EpicSounds

03-15-2013, soundtoys microshift Archives, 01:14 PM

Man you guys are so negative. The anti iLok discussion every couple weeks is just hilarious. Really keep it up it's not boring at all.

This plugin is awesome.

Here's a quick demo on clean guitar and vocals.
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1053122/Little_microshift_demo.mp3

For me it's a really nice effect that's not quite the same as a chorus, modulated delay or pitch shifter. It's a sound I've been trying to get for a while and always falling short.

BTW, soundtoys microshift Archives, Shwa soundtoys microshift Archives a plugin with the same concept called CMX. Never worked for me in a mix though.
http://www.stillwellaudio.com/plugins/schwa-plugins/cmx/


Sam C

03-15-2013, 01:16 PM

Anything requiring an iLok, you can count me out.

If I give you a million dollars? Well, that is how silly the iLok hate sounds soundtoys microshift Archives awhile. I don't need to understand why an individual hates it so strongly because it is not important to me. But I comment because there are a few forums where folks soundtoys microshift Archives to slam it like it is wearing a badge of courage. And not necessarily you.

Maybe you guys that won't use it will hear some of these decent plugs elsewhere, ya know, someone else's home studio.if you can tolerate their use of iLok. ;)


Rusty Falcon

03-16-2013, 10:33 AM

I can't tell by the page link, is there a native x64 version?

Cheers,

Billy Buck

x86 only. I'm running it bridged in Reaper x64 with no issues.

Yes it requires iLOK. Boohoo. So do Slate Digital plugins.

You can use my code to download if you like: https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=237-0725-509


politcat

03-16-2013, 12:42 PM

Man you guys are so negative. The anti iLok discussion every couple weeks is just hilarious. Really keep it up it's not boring at all.

This plugin is awesome.

Here's a quick demo on clean guitar and vocals.
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1053122/Little_microshift_demo.mp3

For me it's a really nice effect that's not quite the same as a chorus, modulated delay or pitch shifter. It's a sound I've been trying to get for a while and always falling short.

excellent demo!

i have a really good pitch shifter but it doesn't quite get that same sound so i'm glad to have Little MicroShift too

will get some really phat ganged vocals


Jae.Thomas

03-16-2013, 12:49 PM

complaining about ilok is fun, but complaining about ilok complainers is much cooler ;)


richie43

03-16-2013, 12:59 PM

complaining about ilok is fun, but complaining about ilok complainers is much cooler ;)

But I am even cooler, soundtoys microshift Archives, cuz I'm complaining about people pointing out how cool it is to complain about ilok complainers. jeez.:)


politcat

03-16-2013, soundtoys microshift Archives, 01:01 PM

stop complaining

it's silly


richie43

03-16-2013, 01:08 PM

stop complaining

it's silly

lol. You are silly.


politcat

03-16-2013, 01:23 PM

sometimes

but not this time


EpicSounds

03-16-2013, 03:03 PM

excellent demo!

i have a really good pitch shifter but it doesn't quite get that same sound so i'm glad to have Little MicroShift too

will get some really phat ganged vocals

I read on KVRaudio that upon the release of this plugin Sean Costello (ValhallaDSP) trashed his work for what would be his next release. That's pretty serious.


richie43

03-16-2013, 04:17 PM

I read on KVRaudio that upon the release of this plugin Sean Costello (ValhallaDSP) trashed his work for what would be his next release. That's pretty serious.

In all seriousness, that IS pretty heavy. I love Seans stuff.
Edit: I can't find a single mention on KVR when searching the site. Do you by chance have a link still?


richie43

03-16-2013, 04:22 PM

sometimes

but not this time

I was just trying to lighten up. Don't take it so seriously. It's all fun and friendly, ya know.


politcat

03-16-2013, 04:47 PM

I was just trying to lighten up. Don't take it so seriously. It's all fun and friendly, soundtoys microshift Archives, ya know.

no, it's cool, i didn't take soundtoys microshift Archives so seriously.seriously


politcat

03-16-2013, 04:58 PM

In all seriousness, that IS pretty heavy. I love Seans stuff.
Edit: I can't find a single mention on KVR when searching the site. Do you by chance have a link still?

.*crumples up piece of paper that had microshift GUI on it, tosses it in trash, goes back to the drawing board*

the whole "dual pitch shifter used as doubler" idea came from the H3000, soundtoys microshift Archives, and the designers of that box went on to form SoundToys. So they have a LOT more claim to the whole "dual pitch shifter" idea than I do, and I don't want to duplicate existing products. I'll figure out a good home for that pitch shifter code later on.

Sean Costello

.


EpicSounds

03-16-2013, 07:05 PM

In all seriousness, that IS pretty heavy. I love Seans stuff.
Edit: I can't find a single mention on KVR when searching the site. Do you by chance have a link still?

Conversation on Twitter from earlier today

theaudiogeek: It's really funny that @valhalladsp threw away his pitch shifter code when Soundtoys announced MicroShift

valhalladsp: @theaudiogeek I didn't "throw away the pitch shifter code," cupcake. I'm "repurposing" it. The code work fine in Shimmer right now.

That being said, the guys that created the original H3000 algorithm will probably do a good job on an H3000 doubling plugin.

"The code work fine" was tweeted courtesy of The Hulk. #seanSmashAllpass


EpicSounds

03-17-2013, 08:41 AM

Turns out UberMod can do something with a similar result. There's your ilok-free alternative.

(paste this into UberMod)

<ValhallaUberMod pluginVersion="1.0.2" presetName="MicroDouble" Mix="1" Depth="1" StereoWidth="0.5" Delay="0.0232999995" Feedback="0" Spread="0.5" Slope="0.5" Skew="0.5" Random="0" TapGain="0.5" Diffusion="0.5" DiffSize="0.0204081628" DiffModRate="0.0490490496" DiffModDepth="0.5" LowCut="0" HighCut="1" SpatialXover="0.145728648" DetuneRate="0.0490490496" DetuneDepth="0.5" VibratoRate="0.298245579" VibratoDepth="0" OverMod="0" DriveInGain="0.25" DriveOutGain="0.75" DriveNoiseGain="0" FeedbackRotate="0.5" SmoothingTime="0.0990990996" ColorMode="0" DelaySync="0" type="0.0416666679" DiffEnable="0" Drive="1" DrivePrePost="0" Speed="0" InputPan="0.125"/>


richie43

03-17-2013, 10:17 AM

Conversation on Twitter from earlier today

theaudiogeek: It's really funny that @valhalladsp threw away his pitch shifter code when Soundtoys announced MicroShift

valhalladsp: @theaudiogeek I didn't "throw away the pitch shifter code," cupcake. I'm "repurposing" it. The code work fine in Shimmer right now.

That being said, the guys that created the original H3000 algorithm will probably do a good job on an H3000 doubling plugin.

"The code work fine" was tweeted courtesy of The Hulk. #seanSmashAllpass

No offense soundtoys microshift Archives anyone here, and I appreciated the quote form the KVR thread, I was looking for the link to check it out myself. This twitter conversation sounds more accurate to what I expected. Thanks for posting this. And thanks for the preset. The use of xml format for presets has been awesome for trading presets with other Valhalla users.


EpicSounds

03-17-2013, 01:29 PM

No offense to anyone here, and I appreciated the quote form the KVR thread, I was looking for the link to check it out myself. This twitter conversation sounds more accurate to what I expected. Thanks for posting this. And thanks for the preset. The use of xml format for presets has been awesome for trading presets with other Valhalla users.

The threads are here:
Little Microshift announced - http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=376567&start=0

Let's talk about pitch shifters - http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=375876&start=0

haha, I just now noticed Sean called me cupcake.


richie43

03-17-2013, 01:46 PM

haha, I just now noticed Sean called me cupcake.

Thanks. And I'd say that's a compliment, cupcake.


valhalladsp

03-17-2013, 01:53 PM

The threads are here:
Little Microshift announced - http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=376567&start=0

Let's talk about pitch shifters - http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=375876&start=0

haha, I just now noticed Sean called me cupcake.

That's 'cause you're SWEET AS SUGAR, Jon! SMILEY FACE!!!!!

Honestly, the SoundToys plugin was like a breath of fresh air for me. I have been working with a bunch of pitch shifting ideas, but trying to figure out how to get a cool sounding plugin that was simple to use, yet powerful, was difficult. An ideal doubler would have a few controls, which runs counter to "lots of sonic power," but there has been a market niche for a good H3000 style doubler, soundtoys microshift Archives.

Now that SoundToys has a FREE plugin, soundtoys microshift Archives, that emulated the H3000, and only has a few controls, soundtoys microshift Archives, I don't have to worry about how I create something like that. SoundToys will do a GREAT job with their plugin, and I can focus on something different!

Here's my sharing code for the Little Microshift:

https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=235-5533-755

Sean Costello


Get it here:
https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013/&rc=388-2839-279

:)


planetnine

03-18-2013, 03:08 PM

I thought I'd register so I can try the plugin.

What a fucking ordeal recognising the i-lok. I had to find an old version of Explorer or it wouldn't talk to the i-lok site; it does one thing with the i-lok and then chucks it out; I have to unplug and re-plug the bloody thing to get it to be re-recognised.

Ridiculous amount of to-ing and fro-ing, it's taken me over an hour to sign up and get the licence into the i-lok, and I haven't even got it installed in the workstation yet! (why do they want to know my blood-type? ;)

God I hate the fooking blue suppository, but I suppose if the sheep take it, they'll keep dishing it out.

Youre all a load of compliant herbivores, the lot of you.


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richie43

03-18-2013, 04:52 PM

I thought Soundtoys microshift Archives register so I can try the plugin.

What a fucking ordeal recognising the i-lok. I had to find an old version of Explorer or it wouldn't talk to the i-lok site; it does one thing with the i-lok and then chucks it out; I have to unplug and re-plug the bloody thing to get it to be re-recognised.

Ridiculous amount of to-ing and fro-ing, it's taken me over an hour to sign up and get the licence into the i-lok, and I haven't even got it installed in the workstation yet! (why do they want to know my blood-type? ;)

God I hate the fooking blue suppository, but I suppose if the sheep take it, they'll keep dishing it out.

Youre all a load of compliant herbivores, the lot of you.


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And another "quotable quote" from Planetnine. lol. By the way, aren't you one of soundtoys microshift Archives "compliant herbivores" as well.?


That's part of the problem with iLok I think, the variable user experience:

From seeing this thread to having the plugin open in Reaper, no more than 10 minutes here. Smooth sailing.


Jae.Thomas

03-18-2013, 07:55 PM

welp, got the soundtoys bundle, and an ilok, soundtoys microshift Archives.

.let's see how this goes.


willowhaus

03-19-2013, soundtoys microshift Archives, 01:28 AM

Snagged a copy as well, will download later & see how it goes. No ilok worries for me, so far it's worked without issue. I'm using ilok 2, dunno if that makes any difference but thus far it's pretty much just worked without issue.


valhalladsp

03-19-2013, 11:59 AM

Snagged a copy as well, will download later & see how it goes. No ilok worries for me, so far it's worked without issue. I'm using ilok 2, dunno if that makes any difference but thus far it's pretty much just worked without issue.

My guess is that it is iLok2 only. I'm not 100% sure of this, but most plugin developers that use iLok have moved over to iLok2, soundtoys microshift Archives, due to security issues with the original iLok.

Sean Costello


Original iLok is fine, that's what I have and it's up and running here.


planetnine

03-19-2013, 01:23 PM

And another "quotable quote" from Planetnine. lol. By the way, aren't you one of the "compliant herbivores" as well.?


Baaaa.!

I'm i-lok2, too.

I forgot to mention that my laptop insisted on "re-installing" the i-lok everytime I re-plugged it in.

Baaaaaaaaa.!!


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If anyone gets soundtoys microshift Archives little popup window saying your iLok drivers need to be updated when you scan for new VSTs, do just that and then clear the VST cache and rescan.

Reaper couldn't find the plugin until I cleared soundtoys microshift Archives cache. Rescanning VSTs wasn't helping.

edit: Tried it, it's a neat sounding little plugin with minimal hassle :) I'm sure I'll be using it on future projects.


richie43

03-19-2013, 02:52 PM

Is there anyone here that has purchased this plugin and also owns CMX from Stillwell? I own the Stillwell plugin and from what i hear, they should be very similar.Yes? No?


richie43

03-19-2013, 02:56 PM

Baaaa.!

I'm i-lok2, too.

I forgot to mention that my laptop insisted on "re-installing" the i-lok everytime I re-plugged it in.

Baaaaaaaaa.!!


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At least you're not a lemming.


Is there anyone here that has purchased soundtoys microshift Archives plugin and also owns CMX from Stillwell? I own the Stillwell plugin and from what i hear, they should be very similar.Yes? No?

I've demoed CMX, the sound is in the same ballpark and CMX is more adjustable but the results aren't quite as impressive. Put it this way, if Little Microshift was $50 and CMX was free, I would have paid for Little Microshift. That's not to put down CMX which is a nice plugin, but this just edges ahead.


richie43

03-19-2013, 03:11 PM

Thanks Stu. I listened to the audio clip someone posted and thought that it sounded good, but Enigma Recovery Professional Crack 3.6.0 Serial Key 2021 better than what i get from CMX. But I trust your taste, soundtoys microshift Archives that is great info.


There's not a huge gap between them to be fair, certainly not enough to warrant buying an iLok just for this :)


Jae.Thomas

03-19-2013, 04:52 PM

I've been wanting these plugins for a long time and there's an academic discount so. seemed like a good time :)


How are you finding the bundle Jason? Does it include Decapitator, and if so, what do you think of it? That's a plugin I've wanted to try for a long time, I could demo it but I have a feeling that would end up costing me money ;)


Jae.Thomas

03-19-2013, 04:56 PM

How are you finding the bundle Jason? Does it include Decapitator, soundtoys microshift Archives, and if so, what do you think of it? That's a plugin I've wanted to try for a long time, I could demo it but I have a feeling that would end up costing me money ;)

im still waiting on the ilok ;)

The studio I've done work at uses it, I find myself just using them constantly.


richie43

03-19-2013, 05:08 PM

There's not a huge gap between them to be fair, certainly not enough to warrant buying an iLok just for this :)

.and that is exactly what i want to hear (even soundtoys microshift Archives it soundtoys microshift Archives true.lol)


Hindu Stan

03-19-2013, 05:32 PM

Downloaded Microshift and autorized but Reaper says Cannot load. Any ideas? AMD Sempron 2400 don't laugh.


ZOLAIVE

03-20-2013, 07:10 AM

I tried the plugin : it's really good.
Here are samples : https://soundcloud.com/zolaive/soundtoys-sample

Sample 1 is the raw tone (no effect)
Sample 2 is the tone with preset I and mix full wet
Sample 3 is the tone with preset I and mix half wet
Sample 4 is the tone with preset II and mix full wet
Sample 5 is the tone with preset II and mix half wet
Sample 6 is the tone with preset III and mix full wet
Sample 7 is the tone with preset III and mix half wet

Full wet gives pure stereo. Half wet adds some modulation effect.

Here's my redemption code : 387-0008-045

PS : All the infos are here : https://www.soundtoys.com/sxsw2013
To register to SoundToys, you need to enter your ilock user ID to register. Then you have to login and enter the redemption code.
Soundtoys will send an email with the link to download the plug. Soundtoys will also send a licence to ilock so you will have to transfer this licence from ilock.com to your ilock. Be soundtoys microshift Archives to have the most recent driver (iLok Driver Installer) and transfert software (iLok Client Installer) installed on your computer (see the download section on ilock.com)

Cheers


ZOLAIVE

03-23-2013, 01:47 AM

Hindu Stan di you solve your problem with the plug ?
Maybe, it's an ilock issue ?
Did you add the good VST folder to Reaper so that it can scan and find the VST .dll ?
Cheers
Zolaive

PS : here's another quick test (Van Halen quick tone with & without the plug) : http://youtu.be/7FpxDgL4THQ
I made it quickly but I think the stereo enhancement is really good (my opinion).


Faderjockey

03-23-2013, 01:56 PM

I got this and think it's great. I didn't upgrade the Devil-loc. But I did up grade the Radiator.

I've got both iLok1 and iLok2. The iLok1 I've had since my old Soundtoys microshift Archives TDM system it's old. I'm using Reaper now on PC.
I've never had trouble with this iLok on Mac or PC and none of the plugs have given me trouble.

Don't understand the hatered for it.

On another note. Yes Sound toys is 32bit. I'm doing all 64. But there are few things I still have to run 32 just like I did UAD until recent. Reaper handles it perfect. Sound Toys has said on FB and their site.They are close to releasing 64 bit version.

So I would grab it free even if you never soundtoys microshift Archives it. Then you can download the 64bit version as soon as it's out. Least you'd have a cool ass free plug.
I think this will be another one that I will upgrade when they release the full version.


planetnine

03-23-2013, 06:25 PM

Well, after all that farting about with the i-lok, I intalled this plugin, it updated the PACE drivers, asked for and got a system reboot (just so the updated satan's spawn could get deeper into my machine) and.

nothing.

the installed DLL is sat there in my plugin tree, but REAPER just won't acknowledge it exists, soundtoys microshift Archives. Rescanned the plugins, soundtoys microshift Archives, restarted the machine, nope, soundtoys microshift Archives, now't.


So after all that I might as well have sat back on my chair, picked my nose and contributed to the i-lok hate thread without any soundtoys microshift Archives the work.

What a glorious, pointless waste of time soundtoys microshift Archives

What a fuck-up :)

All that anti-piracy code and it won't even turn over, what an amazing fail!


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henge

03-23-2013, 06:56 PM

I got this and think it's great. I didn't upgrade the Devil-loc. B

Devil-loc Deluxe is amazing.It focuses sources, compresses, saturates and distorts beeautifully, soundtoys microshift Archives. The extra controls make a huge difference.


richie43

03-23-2013, 07:51 PM

Well, after all that farting about with the i-lok, I intalled this plugin, it updated the PACE drivers, asked for and got a system reboot (just so the updated satan's spawn could get deeper into my machine) and.

nothing.

the installed DLL is sat there in my plugin tree, soundtoys microshift Archives, but REAPER just won't acknowledge it exists. Rescanned the plugins, restarted the machine, nope, now't.


So after all that I might as well have sat back on my chair, picked my nose and contributed to the i-lok hate thread without any of the work.

What a glorious, pointless waste of time :D

What a fuck-up :)

All that anti-piracy code and it won't even turn over, what an amazing fail!


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I want to say a big "told ya so", but of course I would never do that.oops, just did. But seriously, I am sorry to hear this. I was truly hoping to hear some positive reports about of this from you planetnine. I even considered (a little bit) that if you had a positive experience, maybe, just maybe I would take a dangerous leap into hell-lok, soundtoys microshift Archives. Maybe not. I hope that you at least get it working, soundtoys microshift Archives, I've heard that it is actually a cool plugin.

Edit:
But as always, your creative prose is top-notched and entertaining, soundtoys microshift Archives, even in the midst of your misery.


Jae.Thomas

03-23-2013, 08:13 PM

ilok wasn't a big issue for me at all. you have to open an internet browser to get the auths. I was up and running within 15 minutes. works great! Love having it here at home.


ZOLAIVE

03-24-2013, 02:45 AM

Strange Planetnine, soundtoys microshift Archives, never had that kind of issue with ilock ??!!
Did you soundtoys microshift Archives the last "iLok Client Installer" version ? If not, your PC cannot recognize your ilock.
Dis you set the path to the plug dll in Reaper ? If not Reaper only scan the default plugin Folder.
Cheers
ZOLAIVE


Billoon

03-24-2013, 04:23 AM

First time i ran it, i hadnt updated the PACE drivers as required. After i did, soundtoys microshift Archives, had to clear cache and rescan the vst folder. No probs after that.

UBK-1 was enough for me to take the iLok plunge. Never had any issues at all, soundtoys microshift Archives. Dont know what all the fuss is about really. I like it cause it means i can use my plugs on any of my computers. Theyre not tied to specific hardware like some of my other plugs(s-gear, nebula), which is a PITA.


chip mcdonald

03-24-2013, 10:27 AM

I haven't seen an audio tool that makes me think "gee, I don't care if I have to bother with ILok or PACE".

Past experience has already used that part of my Tedium Bank Account up.

The pointlessness of it rubs me the wrong way. Too much hoop jumping in the world.


planetnine

03-24-2013, 04:15 PM

It installed the updated drivers, apparently OK.

The i-lok is recognised in that it glows blue and allows me to use the only other i-lok plug I own -Renaissance De-esser.

If I press "clear cache", won't it wipe my plugin folders in the FX dialogue? I haven't cleared the cache in a while because I have a dim memory that this happens.


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Billoon

03-24-2013, 04:37 PM

It just clears the list from the FX browser, then rescans your VST folders and puts them all back in again.

Never had any problems here. :)


planetnine

03-24-2013, 04:44 PM

Yes, but what about any folders or menus you've soundtoys microshift Archives up in the FX browser dialogue?

Doesn't it clear those? I really cant be bothered to re-populate that lot for the sake of one plugin.


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richie43

03-24-2013, 05:27 PM

Yes, but what about any folders or menus you've set up in the FX browser dialogue?

Doesn't it clear those? I really cant be bothered to re-populate that lot for the sake of one plugin.


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I have never had this happen from clearing the cache and rescanning, you should be safe.


Billoon

03-24-2013, 06:13 PM

Yeah, should be ok. Might be worth backing up your Reaper folders just incase.


planetnine

03-25-2013, 02:45 PM

All my VST organised soundtoys microshift Archives have gone you bunch of twats! ;)

I saved the configuration too, soundtoys microshift Archives, just to be safe, and it didn't save them.

Half an hour now to put all the reverbs in a reverb folder, comps together, EQs, delays, etc, etc.

Mycleanpc License Key 2021 With Crack Full Version Free Download hope you all catch smallpox.


Edit: it did then find Microshift, but it's soundtoys microshift Archives to write home about. :)



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Faderjockey

03-25-2013, 02:48 PM

Not sure what the hell you got going on over there.But never had that sort of trouble. Glad you don't work at my place.


planetnine

03-25-2013, 02:57 PM

Glad you don't work at my place.


and just what is that supposed to mean?


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Faderjockey

03-25-2013, 03:17 PM

and just what is that supposed to mean?


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Well seems with all your computer bad luck you seem to be having I wouldn't want that bad luck in my place. Since most of us here have no trouble installing a free soundtoys microshift Archives my comment offended you? what about the twat comment on your end?


planetnine

03-25-2013, 03:44 PM

Well seems with all your computer bad luck you seem to be having I wouldn't want that bad luck in my place. Since most of us here have no trouble installing a free plug.

my comment offended you? what about the twat comment on your end?


Oh dear.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smiley

You'll be thinking I really do hope you go down with a virus that only exists in laboratories next. ;) <--that's a smiley :)

-nothing to do with bad luck, I installed the Soundtoys plug just to see how much hassle it would really be. I knew it would be a pain. TBH I have no use for the microshift.

I don't have to "clear the cache" with normal plugins and I knew damn well it would clear my plugin folders, but no-one wanted to admit it. :)

Just part of the extra crap that goes with the extreme piracy protection. I think I've proved my point ;)

Now before you start getting any more huffy, sweetie, I thought it was funny. :D <--another one!


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richie43

03-25-2013, 04:04 PM

Sorry Planetnine, soundtoys microshift Archives, I feel like I steered ya wrong :mad::rolleyes::eek: (series of non-smiley faces but still friendly emoticons), soundtoys microshift Archives. I just double-checked and did a "clear cache and scan" on my system, and it did not change any of my organized folders or listings, so now I am even more curious about why it does that on your system.


planetnine

03-25-2013, 04:29 PM

I'm talking about the user-generated folders right at the bottom of the dialogue where you put all your revertbs together, comps, soundtoys microshift Archives, EQs, etc.

I remember posts about clearing the cache in the prefs wiping them, probably even happened to me before.

No biggie, excuse for a clear-out. I'm running on a pre and restructuring a few bits, so it was probably going to be on the list.

I've made a half-arsed attempt at re-doing it, soundtoys microshift Archives, I might have another go and see if it wipes. If so I'll ask on the pre forums. You're sure we're talking about the same thing? And you don't lose it?

Let me have another go, I'll post back.


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richie43

03-25-2013, 04:44 PM

I'm talking about the user-generated folders right at the bottom of the dialogue where you put all your revertbs together, comps, EQs, etc.

I remember posts about clearing the cache in the prefs wiping them, soundtoys microshift Archives, probably even happened to me before.

No biggie, excuse for a clear-out. I'm running on a pre and restructuring a few bits, soundtoys microshift Archives, so it was probably going to be on the list.

I've made a half-arsed attempt at re-doing it, I might have another go and see if it wipes. If so I'll ask on the pre forums. You're sure we're talking about the same thing? And you don't lose it?

Let me have another go, I'll post back.


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i think I am talking about the same thing., soundtoys microshift Archives. Can you post a screenshot of these user generated folders? Are they the same as my attachment?


planetnine

03-25-2013, 04:52 PM

Yep, the same.

I cleared the cache and re-scanned from Prefs/Plugins/VST -is there anywhere else to do it?


Edit: Rescanned with no folder loss this time -duh!

Wonder what I did? -that'll teach me to run on pres. Roger Rabbit syndrome :D

Time to get some more sleep methinks! ;)



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Mercado_Negro

03-25-2013, 06:00 PM

I've demoed CMX, the sound is in the same ballpark and CMX is more adjustable but the results aren't quite as impressive. Put it this way, if Little Microshift was $50 and CMX was free, I would have paid for Little Microshift. That's not to put down CMX which is a nice plugin, but this just edges ahead.

That's veeeery interesting. I got it a couple of days ago but I haven't had the time to test it yet (sadly. or happily, not sure lol, I've been too busy for the past months). CMX has been my go-to software H3000 for a long long time and now this makes me curious. hell, even Sean's around. time to have some fun, I guess :)

Cheers mate!


richie43

03-25-2013, 07:29 PM

Yep, the same.

I cleared the cache and re-scanned from Prefs/Plugins/VST -is there anywhere else to do it?


Edit: Rescanned with no folder loss this time -duh!

Wonder what I did? -that'll teach me to run on pres. Roger Rabbit syndrome :D

Time to get some more sleep methinks! ;)



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Weird.


Ralphm773

03-26-2013, 04:44 PM

Yeah I got my Yamaha SPX90 "pitch" effect back!


chip mcdonald

03-29-2013, 05:50 PM

It occurs to me, I'd like to modify what I wrote.

While I haven't seen a sound tool that makes me want to deal with ILok (see the above.), I *have* seen sound tools that I would have wanted to use *if they didn't use ILok*.


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SoundToys is an old hand in the small world of audio plug-ins. In the beginning, the Vermont-based software developer specialized in TDM plug-ins for Pro Tools. While their products were of excellent quality (like the soundtoys microshift Archives EchoBoy delay), their high prices and soundtoys microshift Archives made them exclusive to an "elite" few, soundtoys microshift Archives. But everything that has to do with computers in one way or another evolves very rapidly. Fortunately for us, SoundToys has been able to adapt to these changes. As proof of that are the launch of native versions for Pro Tools LE in 2006, the implementation of AudioUnits compatibility in 2007, as well as VST in 2008, and everything with more accessible prices.

However, the brand's plug-ins still required an iLok, soundtoys microshift Archives. Up to now, all SoundToys plug-ins have required the famous protection system based on a USB dongle. But not anymore. MicroShift is the first SoundToy plug that can be installed and authorized without the need of any dongle! The authorization can be associated directly to a given computer. You nevertheless need an iLok account to manage the license via the iLok Manager software, but it's free and can be done in no time. And you can obviously use an iLok key as well, it's up to you. A good proof of evolution, isn't it?

Don't misunderstand me: I am not against protection systems like iLok, which do have their advantages like, soundtoys microshift Archives example, the possibility to move a plug-in from one computer to another in no time, whereas when you use a system that associates the plug-in to the computer, you have to dissociate them and then go through the entire authorization process on the new machine. However, dongles can sometimes be a limitation, depending on your system. So, giving its users the choice seems a very good idea. Besides, several software developers have been doing the same lately, which is great news. Going back to SoundToys, if the experience with MicroShift proves to be a success, it wouldn't be hard to imagine that they will implement this option on all soundtoys microshift Archives plug-ins in their catalog.

Let's end this brief digression to go into the heart of the matter.

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Available in VST, AU, RTAS, and AAX formats, both in 32- and 64-bit versions for Mac OS X and Windows, MicroShift is a plug-in that allows you to apply to your tracks a well-known trick professional sound engineers use in order to gain space and depth. The principle behind this "magic" formula can be summarized as the use of tiny pitch and/or delay variations sent to the right and left of the stereo field. Back in the '80s, most professional studios had hardware machines capable of doing this nifty trick, among other things, the best examples being the Eventide H3000 and AMS DMX 15-80. Therefore it's no surprise that SoundToys took them as the foundation to develop their MicroShift. Besides, it makes even more sense considering that the team behind SoundToys worked for Eventide during the development of the H3000.

With an old-fashioned look, the MicroShift interface is simple and functional. From left, you'll find:

  • A Mix knob to adjust the balance between source and processed signals
  • A Focus knob that goes from 20Hz to 10kHz in order to not process the signal below the selected frequency
  • Three buttons to switch between the different models emulated (presets #231 and #519 of the H3000, as well as a setting from the AMS DMX 15-80)
  • A Detune knob to control the pitch variation (from 50% to 200%)
  • And, lastly, a Delay knob to control the variations of the. delay! (from 50% to 200%)

In addition to that, on the top part of the interface there are elements common to all of the publisher's products: A rather pleasant preset manager and a Compare button that lights up when modifying a preset and allows you to compare the original preset and the new setting. My first regret is the lack of a bypass switch. You will have to use the one on your sequencer, soundtoys microshift Archives. It's silly, but I miss it. Apart from that detail, the plug-in proves to be über intuitive in use. You only need to insert it in a track, soundtoys microshift Archives, browse through the fifteen or so presets available or tinker with the parameters soundtoys microshift Archives it sounds really good. It's spacious and it's deep. In short, the plug-in fulfills its promises while adding a slight but very nice coloration. Because indeed, soundtoys microshift Archives, SoundToys also modeled the analog distortion of the Eventide and the AMS, and you can hear it. And even better, the plug-in doesn't use much in the way of CPU resources: Only 0.80% on our Intel Core i7 @ 2 GHz, which is next to nothing!

One brief remark before moving on to the audio examples. True, this sort of processor is adjusted by "instinct" and the small number of parameters available do not really call for the detailed reading of an endless manual. However, soundtoys microshift Archives, it is still useful to take a look at the user guide, if only to understand the preset manager or to learn how to make the values of the knobs be displayed, if you are obsessed with precision. Yet, it is a real pain to find the PDF manual, which is placed on your hard drive during installation. It's impossible to access it directly from the plug-in or to find it soundtoys microshift Archives the publisher's website, and the path to the folder where it is located is written.in the manual itself! Amusing, isn't it? So, write it down: On Windows you''ll find it in the Program Files > SoundToys folder, and on Mac OS X, it can be found under Applications > SoundToys.

Micro massive

You may not know it yet, but you are already familiar with the effect MicroShift recreates. Many artists and producers used it and abused it during the '80s. Suffice it to mention Brian Eno (and thus U2), Sting, Prince, or even David Bowie. Generally used to give more breadth to lead vocals or choirs, this type of effect is also placed on other sources (from guitar to piano and bass) with more or less success. But let's start from the beginning with some lead vocals.

The example "02-Voix-Light" is a textbook case. It's the AMS (III) algorithm with very light pitch variations (Detune set to 50%), a Delay set to 200% and a moderate balance between source and processed signals (Mix set to 25.5%). The result sounds wider and adds some depth without altering the source too much. You can obviously go further, like sample "03-Voix-Hard" proves. In this case, I used one of the Eventide H3000 algorithms (I) with a bit more Detune (65.9 %), still a Delay of 200%, soundtoys microshift Archives, and Mix set to 100% processed signal. The gain in width is even greater, but it's a bit too much for lead vocals, soundtoys microshift Archives, not to mention mono compatibility, which might be affected.

Let's see now what the different MicroShift algorithms can achieve with a choir.

Samples 05 to 07 correspond to a Mix set to 100%, Detune set to 69.3% and Delay set to 200%, soundtoys microshift Archives. The only difference is the algorithm type, which follows this order: Preset #231 soundtoys microshift Archives #519 of the H3000 (I and II) and then AMS DMX 15-80 (III). A first observation, the gain in depth and cohesion is simply awesome, regardless of the algorithm. With such settings the choir naturally takes its place on the back of the mix to wrap up the rest of the instruments in a very nice fashion. The difference between the algorithms is extremely subtle. The frequency response seems to be slightly different between the two Eventide ones, but nothing significant. For its part, the AMS DMX 15-80 has a more distinctive personality. It seems more "colored" and sounds more "British" than "US" to my ears. But that's something very subjective. 

Let's now take a distance from its classic use on vocals and apply SoundToys to an acoustic guitar.

On the "FocusLess" example, I used algorithm III at 100% with Detune set to 74.6% and 89.8% of Delay. Focus is set to its default value, 20Hz that is, so the entire frequency range of the guitar is processed. The space and depth are definitely there, but the image gets smeared, and sounds a bit muddy. By setting Focus to 200Hz in the next sample, I got rid of the problem by filtering out the low frequencies. Thus, the low-end of the guitar remains accurate while the rest of the frequency range starts moving.

Sample 11 shows an extreme widening of the guitar, up to the point that it seems to be two different guitar tracks. The effect is very nice, but you should be careful with mono compatibility, as example 12 demonstrates.

Let's try now a less common use of this type of effect with a bass take. 

The settings applied to example 14 are the following: Algorithm III with Mix set to 41.5%, Focus at 20Hz, Detune at 116.5%, and Delay at 50%. The bass line gains soundtoys microshift Archives dimension with a very '80s feel to it. The biggest inconvenience is a great loss of precision, of course. Fortunately, setting Focus to 120Hz (sample 15), we can save the body of the bass, which allows it to keep a good foundation while still having that '80s feel.

To finish, let's see what this MicroShift can add to a synth soundtoys microshift Archives sound speaks for itself. The synth not only gains space, but also becomes more lively thanks to the micro pitch and delay variations that create a nice sensation of movement.

Conclusion

SoundToys' MicroShift is a plug-in on par with the other SoundToys products, and is the first that can be used without a dongle. You could certainly argue that the price ($129) is a bit high for a plug-in that only does one thing. That's true, but what it does, it does really well. What's more, this effect has more tricks up its sleeve than you might think. Besides putting it on obvious sources like vocals, guitar or piano, it can also be used to give some movement to the hi-hats, for example, or to make a convolution reverb more lively. Your imagination is the only limit…That and mono compatibility. As always, we invite you to listen to the audio samples under good conditions, soundtoys microshift Archives, as well as to download the demo version available at the publisher's website, so you can form your own opinion.

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Alternative to Microshift? Thoughts on Soundtoys plugins in general?


I recently demoed/trialed Soundtoys Microshift, soundtoys microshift Archives, and I found it to be pretty good. Simple to use, soundtoys microshift Archives workflow and very subtle if need be. I'm a bit of cheapskate however and was wondering if there're other plugins out there that can do same thing as effortlessly as Microshift?

Also curious what are your thoughts on their other plugins? I've been told they're pretty good, but this Microshift and maybe Decapitator are the only plugins that have caught my interest.

These guys know how to model classic hardware. I'm not sure if they use some form of convolution modeling, or if it's all just algorithmic, but they have some special kind of mojo going on. Perhaps just a deal with the devil. Unfortunately, there just isn't anyone else out there outside the realm of impulse response modeling . that is able to model outboard the way these guys model outboard.

With that out of the way, Waves has a stereo imaging plugin I used to use a lot (not so much these days) :
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