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Old 09-03-2005, 02:50 AM
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Default Sound-design plug-ins

Hi Group,
I'm looking for sound-design plug-ins to create some 'wilder' textures and sounds. Plugs that really alter the sound dramatically. I already own the two GRM-Tools bundles and the AudioEase Nautilus bundle. Are there any plug-ins out there that you guys feel I should have a look at? (Preferably TDM).
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Old 09-03-2005, 04:16 AM
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TDM

Access Virus Indigo

Digidesign D-Fi Bundle (Lo-Fi, Sci-Fi, Recti-Fi, and Vari-Fi)

DUY DSPider
DUY SynthSpider

Eventide H3000 Factory (part of Antology bundle only)
Eventide H3000 Band Delays (also part of Antology bundle)
Eventide Octavox (also part of Antology bundle)
Eventide Clockworks Legacy Bundle

SoundToys Sound Blender (Pitch Blender + Time Blender)
(Also part of the UltraTools bundle)

Waves Enigma (part of many bundles) (1)

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HTDM, RTAS, AS

SoundToys UltraFx Bundle (Crystallizer, FilterFreak, etc.) (2)


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(1) Watch out for the company’s controversial “update” policy, a.k.a. WUP-ASS.

(2) A free “upgrade-to-TDM-when-available” has been announced a long while ago. Hopefully, we’ll see it soon.

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And yes, there are many more options out there.

I hope this helps.
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Old 09-03-2005, 05:01 AM
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Another shout to SoundToys.
Both Sound Blender and UltraFx Bundle (especially Crystallizer for wild textures).
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Old 09-03-2005, 06:34 AM
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Yeah, SoundBlender is amazing and a must have for sound design!
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Old 09-03-2005, 06:41 AM
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don't forget our own Bruno and Reso.
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Old 09-03-2005, 06:58 AM
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Thanks Guys! Will look into your suggestions. That DUY Spider plug, is that still updated? On their website they say: "Shortly shipping for ProTools|HD..."
I'll demo the Soundtoys stuff, looks promissing
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Old 09-03-2005, 10:13 AM
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If you don't already have Bruno/Reso and you want a copy, I have one VERY cheap.
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Old 09-06-2005, 09:10 AM
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Make sure you check out the GRM Tools plugs... You just have to tame the beast. They're a bit wild at first!

http://www.grmtools.org/
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Anything from SOUND TOYS rocks!!! Just upgraded to their Massive FX bundle. Awesome stuff.
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Hi Group,
I'm looking for sound-design plug-ins to create some 'wilder' textures and sounds. Plugs that really alter the sound dramatically. I already own the two GRM-Tools bundles and the AudioEase Nautilus bundle. Are there any plug-ins out there that you guys feel I should have a look at? (Preferably TDM).

Here's some good plug-in deals to take a look at

Also one vote for the Orange vocoder.
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