This week’s collection of free plug-ins includes two new releases by Analog Obsession: the Lovend bass enhancer and Transature transformer plug-ins. Uuhyou’s CubicPadSynth is an excellent, experimental wavetable synthesizer. That’s three new freeware plug-ins to keep you busy this Sunday.
As always, you can find many more free plug-ins in our archives.
Analog Obsession Lovend
Developer Analog Obsession is on a roll after his recent move to Patreon, which is why we’re featuring two of the new releases this week. The first one is Lovend, a harmonic bass enhancer. Lovend lets you fatten up the low end of your audio tracks with selectable frequencies ranging from 60 to 180 Hz and continuous boost. Lovend is free to download from the developer’s Patreon site. If you like Analog Obsession’s plug-ins, you can support the development by becoming a patron.
Lovend is available for Windows and macOS in VST, VST3 and AU formats.
Analog Obsession Transature
The second new plug-in by Analog Obsession is Transature, a transformer drive effect. Transature lets you choose from four different circuits before the transformer: Clean, Tube, Transistor and Op-Amp. In addition to the selector switch, the plug-in offers large input and output knobs. Like Lovend, Transature is available for free from the developer’s Patreon page, but if you like it, you should consider supporting Analog Obsession by becoming a patron.
Transature runs on Windows and macOS in VST, VST3 and AU formats.
Uhhyou is still a new developer, but he has quickly made a name for himself with innovative plug-ins like SyncSawSynth and IterativeSinCluster. Uhhyou’s latest release is CubicPadSynth, a wavetable synthesizer based on the PADsynth algorithm. It offers 136 wavetables, a wavetable-based low pass filter and a tempo-synced pitch LFO with drawable waveforms. Like Uhhyou’s other plug-ins, CubicPadSynth seems a bit scientific at first, but can produce some unique and awesome sounds.
CubicPadSynth is a VST3 plug-in for Windows, macOS (not tested) and Linux.