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Kjaerhus Audio Classic Series [Freeware]
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«  the minimum must possess the home-studiste »

Published on 10/16/12 at 13:12
The installation is very simple: to copy some DLL files in the folder VST

Bundle includes: a master-limited compressor, delay, reverb, phaser, flanger, auto-filter EQ and chorus

no need for manual and DLL are copyable in any VST environment

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use it on 3 machines (2 laptops and 1 fixed station 4GB Ram) and FL10 focus on ableton

No known incompatibility problem

OVERALL OPINION

I use this bundle since 2006 about these plugs are my basic plug ins when no other plug does the trick, those still meet this

I mainly use the delay, compressor and reverb for the guitar. However, the effects are adaptable to each instrument

I have many other plugs but little effect of competing flexibility and quality with this bundle
Plus it is freeware

the +: the number of available effect the overall quality, the low CPU load
the -: 6 years after I'm still looking
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