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Re: COMPUTER PLUGINS for LOOP PROCESSING: a proposed new thread

Hi Rick,
Here are a few of my faves:
Q-deloiser - 30 second delay with filtering on feedback, reverse, and flip
flop, (forward then reverse) delays plus multiply , divide functions.
SC baby sampler allowing you to sample on the fly, change your loop points,
speed, direction etc.
Ohm boyz delay - 4 delays with distortion and filtering in the feedback
paths and morphing between patches.
Vreorder which cuts your sample into up to 16 piees and rearranges them in
any order in any direction with the ability to assign volumes, pan and
crossfade times to each - confusing !!
There are more but if you want a list , email me off list.
These are all free incidentally apart form the 10 dollar Ohmboyz one.


> Hey guys,
>    I just discovered a very hip plug-in freeware site (for both PC and
> and realized that I've really gotten some wonderful results from very
> creative and frequently very strange freeware and shareware programs 
> pricey ones, too ;0
>  How's about an update thread on all of the killer plugins everyone has
> discovered to process their loops in the computer?  Feel free to include
> things that you use that weren't designed for music, too.....some of 
> are my favorites.
> If anyone is up for this idea I would suggest that we break it down into
> these simple categories with the corresponding URLS for each piece of
> software:
> Mac  freeware
> Mac  shareware (and suggested price)
> Mac  regular ware (and street price)
> PC   freeware
> PC   shareware (and suggested price)
> PC   regular ware (and street price)
> Let me also propose that we try to send any freeware developers whose
> program we use copies of our music as a small thanks for all of their
> selfless hardwork designing so that we can be creative.  Hell, send your
> music to all of the brilliant sound designers out their, amateur or
> professional..........nobodies getting rich doing this wonderful work.
> yours,  Rick Walker (loop.pool)