Solid State Logic Duende Native v5.1.1 WIN VST-AudioUTOPiA Solid State Logic Duende Native v5.1.1 WIN VST-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 7-09-2017
The Duende Native Plug-in suite is a collection of audio processing tools which bring SSL's renowned superior audio quality, sophistication and benchmark performance within reach of all DAW users. Duende plug-ins provide the precision, advanced feature set and legendary tonal characteristics of SSL audio products in affordable AAX Native/VST/AU/RTAS plug-in form. They are the easiest way to get your hands on essential tools that can help you create professional productions.

There are now 10 plug-ins in the Duende Native collection:

- EQ & Dynamics Channel
- Duende Native Bus Compressor
- X-Verb
- X-Phase
- X-EQ
- X-Comp
- X-ValveComp
- X-Saturator
- Drumstrip
- Vocalstrip

NOTE: Unlike SSL's 64bit installer ours will install the presets correctly.
Avid Voce Bundle v11.1.80697 WIN x64-AudioUTOPiA Avid Voce Bundle v11.1.80697 WIN x64-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 24-08-2017
Add classic Voce effects to your tracks that sound great on any instrument.

Voce Spin provides the most accurate simulation of the well-loved rotating speaker
The plug-in features 15 classic recording setups with horn resonance, speaker crossover, varying microphone placement and ven the "Memphis" sound with the lower drum's slow motor unplugged. Customize exactly the sound you want with more than a dozen fully automatable parameters.

Voce Chorus/Vibrato re-creates the B-3 organ's mechanical scanner vibrato. You get three settings of chorus and three settings of vibrato on one cool knob. Fun and easy to use, this classic effect has been used for over 60 years. Talk about vintage!
Avid Pultec Bundle v11.0.0.79738 WIN x64-AudioUTOPiA Avid Pultec Bundle v11.0.0.79738 WIN x64-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 3-05-2017
Finally, work with digital equalizers that look, sound, and behave like real analog EQs. Pultec equalizers deliver smooth, sweet EQ and an extremely high-quality tube audio signal path. And like most studio classics, they're incredibly easy to use.

Grab a knob, give it a twist, and everything just sounds great. Every time. Use them anywhere you'd use the originals—on individual tracks, critical vocals, or across a stereo mix for mastering applications.
Eventide Anthology X v1.0.4 WIN VST-AudioUTOPiA Eventide Anthology X v1.0.4 WIN VST-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 1-05-2017
The Future of Sound…The First 40 Years
Complete Sonic Arsenal Featuring the Best Eventide Effects

Anthology X is comprised of seventeen mixing, mastering and multi-effect plug-ins based on 40 years of Eventide studio mainstays like the H910, H949, H3000 Factory, Band Delay, and Omnipressor. It also includes future classics like UltraChannel, UltraReverb, Quadravox and Octavox that will help you solve problems and inspire new creative possibilities. Anthology X is a true must-have for any size studio.
Kush Pusher v.1.0.9 WIN-AudioUTOPiA Kush Pusher v.1.0.9 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 1-05-2017
I didn't design Pusher to handle any specific task or fix any specific problem. I just wanted a plugin that let me texturize sounds by adding unexpected energies and overtones, in a GUI that pretty much forces me to improvise and explore.

I've gotten Pusher to make drums sound like crushing gravel, a direct guitar to sound like a vintage fuzzbox, and a human voice to sound like an alien spectre. From classic to bizarre, I keep finding new ways to distort sounds with Pusher. 

That said, as often as not I instantiate this plugin just to access the diode limiter and use its distinct snap to get things popping more to the front of the mix while taking less space. It has the distinctive 'thump' of my favorite hardware diode limiters, and like the UBK-1 it injects a ton of vibe into ordinary sounds.
Kush Electra-DSP v1.0.2 WIN-AudioUTOPiA Kush Electra-DSP v1.0.2 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 1-05-2017
Not everyone knows this, but the hardware Electra is Kush's best-selling product. I admit, I wasn't expecting that. 

This plugin is the first one modeled by me; the biggest challenge was the midrange filters, they're proportional-Q (like the old API's, but tighter) so the bandwidth changes with gain. They're so articulate, I can make drums sound like they were tuned and even mic'd differently. 

I know people love brightening things up, and this EQ does that with a buttery smooth precision, but I often use it to reduce highs and make things sound softer, less digital. This is hands-down my favorite bass eq as well, I turn up 40Hz and get a cinematic weight, clear and tightly defined.

Heads up: Electra DSP uses more CPU than a regular EQ. When you hear it, I believe you'll understand why that is.
Kush Clariphonic DSP-MKII v1.0.0 WIN-AudioUTOPiA Kush Clariphonic DSP-MKII v1.0.0 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 1-05-2017
After 3 years of using the original Clariphonic DSP, I'd compiled quite a list of improvements I wanted to make. So I made them all, and the result is the Clariphonic DSP mkII, modeled from the ground up by me using all new algorithms and filters.

To my ears, the mkII sounds markedly smoother than the original, and it's considerably more powerful in use. It has 3 modes: classic Stereo, Dual Mono so I can eq each side differently, or Mid-Side for advanced sweetening.

I overhauled the GUI as well, it's a little easier on the eye and a lot easier to use. Between the smoother sound, the 3 operational modes, and the enhanced interface, I'm more proud of this design than any I've done to date, and that's coming from the guy who recently dropped the Tweaker.

Everyone who bought a new license for the original Clariphonic DSP gets full credit towards the upgrade... even if you bought it 3 years ago, on sale. Go to the Store for instructions. Enjoy!
Eventide BlackHole v2.0.8 WIN-AudioUTOPiA Eventide BlackHole v2.0.8 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 1-05-2017
Classic Eventide reverb effect capable of producing huge spaces and out-of-this-world soundscapes!

Blackhole is a massive reverberator that has evolved over the years by pulling in mass quantities of time and energy (of the development persuasion, of course). In its earliest incarnation – first in the DSP4000 and later in the H8000 flagship processors - it was regarded, by some, as a secret weapon. Recently it was tuned, expanded and enhanced and then unleashed in the Eventide Space stompbox. Now, it's available as a Native plug-in.

Features

Blackhole may not be your first choice to simulate an enclosure on the surface of the earth but, if you’re at all interested in ‘sculpting sound', Blackhole just might pull you in. From our vantage point, its possibilities appear to be endless but, of course, we can’t see beyond its event horizon.
Eventide 2016 Stereo Room v2.1.5 WIN-AudioUTOPiA Eventide 2016 Stereo Room v2.1.5 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 1-05-2017
THE LEGENDARY REVERB ALGORITHM OF EVENTIDE'S SP2016

Long used as an essential reverb for mixing hit records, the Eventide SP2016, while long discontinued, is still in use in places like Ocean Way. Creating a reverb algorithm is part art and part science.

The science bit is all about the naturalness of the sound - whether the simulation convincingly conveys the "feel" of a real room.

Some digital reverbs don't have the horsepower to run a sufficiently complex program to achieve "naturalness." Without enough processing power the effect will suffer from low echo density or unnatural density growth with time or comb filter effects, etc. As Einstein is alleged to have said "things should be as simple as possible, but no simpler." This principle certainly applies to reverb algorithms.

The art of reverb algorithm design begins with simulating a 'room' that actually sounds good. Needless to say, rooms exist in the real world that sound awful. The structure of the reverb algorithm combined with the choices of delay lengths, interconnects, filter placement, early reflections, etc. all contribute to the overall sound. The final element of the art of reverb design is the designer's choice of the ways in which, and the extent to which, the artist/engineer/producer is permitted to modify the effect. What are the parameters and what do they do?

The degrees of freedom available to the designer guaranty that no two (sufficiently complex) reverb algorithms will sound the same. Each will be unique. There are a number of popular digital reverberators for good reason. Each has a distinctive sound, each has a particular set of possibilities. The SP2016 reverbs have attracted a loyal user base because of a particular blend of art and science. They sound natural. They sound distinctive. And, although they allow the user to vary the effect dramatically, the controls can't be set in such a way as to create an unnatural sounding effect - this is a good thing.

The algorithms naturally simulate every aspect of the sound of a real enclosure - from the complex early reflections, to the natural way in which the echo density increases with time, to the smooth Gaussian decay of the reverb tail. A powerful simulation that lends itself to parametric control - a good thing indeed.
Softube Plug-Ins v2.2.76 VST x86 x64-AudioUTOPiA Softube Plug-Ins v2.2.76 VST x86 x64-AudioUTOPiA
VST Instruments / VST Plugins 26-01-2017
Softube develops both hardware and software for the audio industry. A number of high-end computer recording plug-ins are available under the Softube brand and the company has done development for reputable companies such as Marshall (Marshall JMD:1 Amplifier), Fender (Fender Runaway Pedal), Abbey Road Studios, Native Instruments, Ableton (Ableton Amp) and TC Electronic, as well as partnering up with Universal Audio (Amp Room for Universal Audio), Propellerheads (Rack Extensions for Propellerhead Reason), Cakewalk (Cakewalk SONAR ProChannel Modules), Presonus and Avid. Our own plug-ins are the products of partnerships with great hardware manufacturers, such as Solid State Logic, Abbey Road Studios, Trident Audio Developments, Valley People, Tube-Tech, Summit Audio, Tonelux Designs and Mutronics.
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