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creativeforge

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I'm going to be using my laptop to play VSTis and soft synths for the first time. E-V-E-R. Windows 10 64.

When you recover from this shocking news, I need to find non-iLok amazing lush pads (I got Lush101 but can't find the presets, so pray for me). Wonder is Alchemy could deliver, although I'm stuck on Omnisphere with sounds like Glorious Guitars. Does it exist anywhere for FREE? Been going through the list here but time is short so I thought I'd ask!

Lush pads, aftertouch, wide reverbs, etc.

Thanks! :whistling:
 
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synthpunk

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Omni will be your friend for a long time Andre. DIVA if you have a good processor and 4 cores min. Vahalla VV, Eventide Black Hole (if still on sale )

Free ? U-he Tyrell N-6, OBM-X.
 

creativeforge

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I installed Valhalla VV immediately! :) I own Blackhole as well.

Omni, on a duo core with 8GB RAM, I'm not sure how that would work? My System goes from 10% to 38% just being idle. I'm heading to Alchemy right now. I may still give in and install Omni, as you say: never-ending sound palette...
 
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Mike T

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Didn't think I should start a new thread just to ask this; is there any free patch sharing going on for Alchemy, similar to what you find within the u-he community? I haven't nearly been through all Alchemy has to offer yet, but I already want more....
 
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Yah the Patchpool stuff is good, hopefully you were able to get a good selection of the optional Camel Audio Factory libraries as I've always thought those were well done by programmers like Himalaya, and Luftrum.

I don't know of any exchange in a community, but Simon Stockhausen creates great libraries: http://patchpool.de/alchemy_shop.html
 
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Yeah you're going to need eventually to look at upgrading your processing power like your other thread in the DAW forum.

If you decide to keep the D50 you found there's a lot of great pads In that machine and also the older Roland Romplers such as the 1080 and JD 990 have great pads as well and are available very cheap, but Omni is great.

And another free vst you can try for Juno type pads.
https://tal-software.com/products/tal-u-no-62


I installed Valhalla VV immediately! :) I own Blackhole as well.

Omni, on a duo core with 8GB RAM, I'm not sure how that would work? My System goes from 10% to 38% just being idle. I'm heading to Alchemy right now. I may still give in and install Omni, as you say: never-ending sound palette...
 
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dathyr1

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This is from the past. At the time I bought all most all of HG Fortune's VST plugins which were created
by Günther Hager who unfortunately passed away in 2014. He created allot of different styles of
VST's with allot of parameters. Since he passed away, most of his creations are now free. Plus there are allot of raw Sounds that he used to create the VST's that can be acquired. Link to some of the VST plugins below

http://www.vst4free.com/index.php?dev=HG_Fortune&l=0 They are all 32 bit VST's

One of the last VST's he did which was called "The Tiger" I don't see that one in the selection of VSTS. It was pretty
awesome at the time he did it.

The VST Serenity I really liked also. To find other stuff/sounds, etc just search for HG fortune.
I really enjoyed what he did. it depends on what your tastes are.

Dave
 
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