by Lyubomir Dobrev | Approximate reading time: 1 Minute

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Welcome back to our weekly round-up of excellent plug-ins you can have for free! This week, we’ve got the AdHd Leveling Tool, DLYM Delay Modulator and Temper Phase Distortion at your disposal! Here’s what they’re about:

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AdHd Leveling Tool

AdHd Tube Leveling Amplifier

Source: Audiotools

Audiotools’ AdHd Leveling Tool is a virtual analogue tube levelling amplifier inspired by “the legends” — probably UREI or Fairchild gear. It’s supposedly ideal for vocals, imparting character onto mixes and taming peaks. It has a set of standard controls — Attack, Release, Ratio, a Dry/Wet mix knob, and a Gain control. There’s a also a meter, switchable between gain reduction and output volume. Looks like a great compressor & limiter!

AdHd is available in VST and AU formats for 32- and 64-bit Windows and Mac systems.

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DLYM Delay Modulator

Imaginando DLYM

Source: Imaginando

Developer Imaginando released a free effects plug-in which combines phaser, flanger, and chorus. There are 2 processing modes — Analog Emulation and Dimension style. Modulation is achievable via 6 time-sync’d waveforms — Sine, Square, Saw, Triangle, Sample & Hold, Filtered Sample & Hold. Stereo spread is adjustable and there’s a crossover/cutoff control for the effect’s frequency range. There are 20 presets to get you going.

DLYM is available in VST and AU formats for Windows and Mac.

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Temper Phase Distortion

Creative Intent Temper

Source: Creative Intent

Previously released at USD 10, the phase distortion plug-in Temper by Creative Intent has gone free. The source code has been opened up as well! Temper has Drive, Curve, and Saturation controls as well as a resonant low-pass filter and real-time spectrum display. The plug-in has an interesting sound — outright digital distortion that’s still quite pleasant for the ear.

Temper is available for 32 & 64-bit Windows and MacOS systems in VST and AU formats.

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