For producers and beat makers alike, whether you use FL Studio, Cubase,
or any other type of music production software that allows the use of
VST effect plugins
(Sorry Reason users, they still do not allow the
external use of other plugins just yet), I wanted to share with all of
you, another set of VST effect plugins that you can use when making
your beats or instrumentals. You may want to read on to find out more!
For those of you that are looking for EQ plugins to get your beats sounding more crisp and equalized, you may want to check into these VST effect plugins by Variety of Sound. There are a large variety of plugins to choose from, and these plugins are sure to get your instrumentals sounding more professional and the way you want them to sound. There are a variety of different plugins that help with effects like equalizing, reverb, filtering, compression, and other types of plugins as well. If you're looking to add more quality and effects to your beats or instrumentals, you may want to look into these plugins!
Just to brief you on some of the plugins available, there is the BootEQ that helps to boost and tweak your equalizer as you feel fit for your beat. This plugin has the typical high, mid, and low frequency equalizing, as well as having a tube effect that you can turn on to either a vintage or modern feel to your EQ. Another plugin is the Density mkII, a bus compressor that you can use to add some compression to your instrumentals to bring more sound and punch to your beats. It is complete with a knee knob, as well as ratio, as well as a dry and wet switch. Another VST plugin that you can find on this website, is called the Rescue, an analog style signal designer, which adds amplification and saturation to your beats, bringing more clarity and punch. You can also find the Nasty plugin series, which is a set of filter plugins to either help muffle out the lows or the highs on your instrumentals. There is also the epicVerb, a full blown reverb plugin that has several knobs to tweak to give you either a lower reverb sound for slight echo, or an ambient style reverb to add more of an echo to your mixing track or full instrumental. There are also a few other plugins that you can use to help tone and enhance your sound.
There's more information that you can find out about these plugins at the Variety of Sound
website, as well as being able to download plugins
as well. Hope this article has provided useful. Be sure to Retweet this blog to others that may find it helpful.