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Friday’s Freeware: Refo-D and MIDI FX Freeze

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Two free plug-ins for you this week, Wok’s first of a new series for Windows and the other one for Mac to discover AudioCR.

Wok decided to release from time to time very simple to use plug-ins so that you won’t spend hours tweaking tens of controls. The first in this series is REFO-D, a delay plug-in with a Reverse-Forward output mode, a stereo panner, a filter included in the feedback path and a distortion. You can also tempo-sync it to the host and adjust the delay time and resonance.

REFO-D is a 32-bit VST for Windows and is available for free download here.

For Mac, AudioCR debuts with MIDI FX Freeze, its first Audio-Unit plug-in that allows for freezing in Logic Pro X other MIDI plug-ins so that you can edit and rearrange parts via drag and drop. 

You can download it now from www.audiocr.com.

Have a great weekend!

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    Posted on 11/23/2013 at 06:16:55
    MIDI FX Freeze! Wonderful Plug Thanks!!

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