Friday’s Freeware: VibroMaster
This week’s freeware is a vibraphone plug-in that has been designed by Alan ViSTa.
VibroMaster uses sounds of a vibraphone that come from the University of Iowa Electronic Music Studios public library, which are compiled into a virtual instrument for Mac and PC 32 and 64-bit (VST and AU).
VibroMaster features 32 samples in 24-bit stereo. You can choose between short (with time control) and full releases and the GUI offers a sustain level for each group as well as an amplitude dynamic range and volume controls.
Alan ViSTa recognizes that the GUI is ugly, but what matters the most is how VibroMaster sounds, right?
You can download VibroMaster, as well as two other instruments, for free at www.alanvista.com.
Have a great weekend!
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