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Tonocracy, Eugene Filter, and Wave are in freeware on Sunday

Tonocracy, Eugene Filter, and Wave are in freeware on Sunday

Tonocracy, Eugene Filter, and Wave in freeware on Sunday ·

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Tonocracy is a free speaker design tool, Eugene Filter is a filter effect, and Wave brings movement to sound. Three really cool plugins for Freeware Sunday that you should definitely take a look at.

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Atomic Amps Tonocracy: Now Free!

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Atomic Amps has announced that the Tonocracy amp and Effects Modeling plugin is now available for free! Tonocracy combines the developer's SchemAccurate modeling technology with ToneSnap functionality to capture equipment snapshots and load Neural Amp Modeler profiles. There is also a selection of custom IRs from ML Sound Lab. This sounds beyond exciting!

At the heart of Tonocracy is SchemAccurate modeling technology, which combines component-level modeling with AI-based techniques to produce exact replicas of classic speakers. The instrument offers an impressive selection of amplifiers from classic Marshalls and Fenders to Vox, Mesa Boogie, EVH and even Friedman and Dumble.

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The built-in ToneSnap functionality is based on Steve Atkinson's free Neural Amp Modeler (NAM) software. Using a simple, clean interface, you can easily scan footage of your own equipment and then save it as a playable preset. ToneSnap also provides access to a growing library of community-created snapshots. amazing!

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With additional bonus material (custom IRs from ML Sound Lab), Tonocracy presents itself as a great package for our free show on Sunday. Or do you see it differently? You can find more free simulations in plugin format here.

The plugin is running Mac And Windows like VST3, AU And AX.

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NUSofting Eugene Filter: A versatile filter that holds a lot of air

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NUSofting's Eugene Filter is a unique low-pass filter plug-in based on a Cascade Integrated Comb (CIC) ladder filter. The developer emphasizes that this circuit provides self-oscillation characteristics, similar to typical synthesized VCFs, but with an “air” character and a wider range of reverberations.

Additionally, the Eugene Filter features emulation of a traditional 24dB transistor ladder filter. There's also a built-in chorus effect for more tonal variety, as well as the ability to adjust the dry to wet signal ratio. Eugene Filter is available in two versions. Paid version (10 euros) is compatible with the free version, but adds an encapsulated function and a “random walk LFO” for modification.

The plugin is running Mac And Windows like VST, VST3 And the African Union.

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Outobugi Wave: Free vibration plugin

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Outobugi Wave is a simple but effective tremolo plugin that we'd like to offer to you this Free Sunday. It has a time control that can be synced to the tempo of the song, as well as a large intensity control to adjust the desired effect strength. The plugin also provides shape and offset controls for shaping the adjustment curve. There's also a waveform display so you can see what each of your control movements is doing. This visual feedback is incredibly useful in sound design, allowing you to precisely fine-tune and shape the tones and paths of your instruments.

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The plugin works as VST3 on Windows.

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More freebies, offers, tips and tricks…

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