Friday’s Freeware: Resonate!
This weekend, you can make your tracks resonate with the free VST plug-in created by Z3 Audiolabs for Windows.
REZ3 is a resonator effect plug-in featuring 6 independent voices, the first being master while the 5 others can be detuned based on the master note. Each voice features a pan slider and a range button for detune between a semitone and a full octave.
REZ3 also includes an LFO with 6 waveforms and an envelope follower to modulate the tone, feedback and the built-in filter cutoff and resonance.
You’ll also find on the GUI a virtual keyboard but you can also control the plug-in externally via your DAW or MIDI controller, MIDI Learn is supported for all parameters. Last, 32 presets are included.
REZ3 is a 32-bit VST plug-in (64-bit supported via JBridge), you can download it for free from www.z3-audiolabs.com.
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