In this section you will find some plugins I created mostly as examples for the Delphi ASIO & VST open source project. Have a look at the source code or contribute to the project and modify all the plugins.
The order is more or less alphabetic.
NOTE: Cubase/Samplitude/Sequoia users might need to download the installer to disable the bug report system which sometimes hangs or crashes.
Although this tool is not entirely complete, I decided to add this to the list of plugins as well. It features several audio processors to enhance the audio signal. However, right now I’m not convinced of the sound, so it’s more some kind of audio aggravation, but please decide yourself if you like!
Dither & Noiseshaper
This plugin is simple implementation of a dither (with different distributions) and some commonly used noiseshapers. So far the noiseshapers have only been calculated for a samplerate of 44.1 kHz, but I thought to share the plugin anyway.
This Plate Reverb effect is directly based on the Plate Reverb described in Jon Datorro’s “Effect Design” paper (part 1). Again the GUI is based on a GUI mock-up by thcilnnahoj
Download: 7z / Installer
SoundTouch based Pitch Shifter
This plugin is primarily meant for removing humming effectively leaving the audio information as intact as possible. Currently this plugin is not entirely finished as it is missing an automatic bandwidth detection and possible continous tracking instead of training by a hum profile. However, I’d like to add it here already to be previewed.
Download: 7z / Installer
The Noise Reduction plugin is based on a spectral gate to filter out unwanted noise in the frequency domain. The gate is based on the lightweight dynamic series and features a soft knee and customizable attack and release times.
Originally this plugin was planned for the KVR’09 developer contest, but in the end I missed the deadline by one day and thus I had to use another plugin for my entry.
Download: 7z / Installer / 7z (64-bit beta)
This plugin is a striped version of the ‘Noise Reduction’ plugin. Instead of a noise profile it uses a fixed threshold across all frequencies. It might not deliver results as good as the above plugin, but might be nice for other applications anyway.
The ‘Party Delay’ is a nice little delay effect combined with a filter and a frequency shifter.
VST Pascal Script
With this plugin you can write simple DSP functions in pascal script. They will be interpreted in realtime (might be quite CPU hungry though).
Just a simple variable delay (with subsample accuracy)