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Software Phaser from MeldaProduction

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MeldaProduction has released two new free VST effect plug-ins for Windows - MPhaser and MRingModulator - and updated MDrummer to v2.03 and MCompressor to v1.05 beta.


As with the other free plug-ins from MeldaProduction MPhaser and MRingModulator are free for non-commercial use. For commercial use you have to purchase a licence key for €30. This upgrades all “free” VST plugins that MeldaProduction releases to a “professional” version, which adds:

  • You can save your own presets.
  • Most plugins can perform upsampling which minimizes aliasing, therefore it is useful to improve sound quality.

MPhaser

MPhaser is a traditional phasing effect plugin.

Features:

  • Continuously adjustable phaser shape.
  • Fully automatable.
  • Global preset management – using a title button you can save your settings, which are shared on the computer, so you can easily access them in another songs.


MRingModulator

MRingModulator performs standard ring-modulation effect using two oscillators.

MRingModulatorFeatures:

  • Continuously adjustable waveform shapes for both oscillators. Oscillators can also modulate each other to generate even more complicated shapes.
  • Adjustable phase difference useful to perform some kind of stereo-expansion.
  • Fully automatable.
  • Global preset management – using a title button you can save your settings, which are shared on the computer, so you can easily access them in another songs.


MCompressor v1.05 beta changes:

  • Ratio converted into logarithmic scale (previous presets converted of course).
  • Space removed from most of the controls to avoid collision with “play” key.
  • Improved painting performance with caused drawing system overload and hosts could not paint indicators.


MDrummer v2.03 changes:

  • Changes in MCompressor:
    • Smart units showing important dB values in 100% zoom.
    • Non-linear attack/release time editors for better configuration of small values.
    • Added gain-reduction and output level meter.
    • Added output-gain parameter.
    • Attack/release resized to 0–1000ms.
    • Fix: Unlinked channels processing.

  • Changes in MEqualizer:
    • Smart units showing important frequency values in 100% zoom.
    • Q now editable using mouse wheel over a band-point.

  • Playback disabled during time-consuming operations (such as drumset loading) to minimize pops.
  • Fix: Editor size in Reaper.
  • Fix: SSE2 optimizations.
  • Fix: Support for energyXt1/2.
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