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luciorgomes
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TLs plugins

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Hi

A member of Reaper Forum (dldoodler) published 2 compressors and 2 limiters made by him. I don't know about the sound quality (yet)...

https://forum.cockos.com/search.php?searchid=14213517

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Linking a search that way doesn't work.

Here are the threads so far (with dropbox download links in the first post of each):

https://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=222429

https://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=222420

https://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=222397

https://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=222369

They're all excellent. The plugin author is Daniel aka TbT Audio, the same person who made the 32-bit Windows TbT plugins years ago. They're back with improvements and a lot more features. Expect more plugins to be released soon, too. Daniel has recently switched to Linux, so thankfully for us he has decided to redo his plugins for Linux. Maybe also Windows. :) (Not for Mac though.)

Here's a video that explains how the compressor in the last link works. Watch the whole video and pay attention, because the second half kicks things up a notch (and then some). Those same "extra" features are in the other plugins too. In my opinion, these are landmark plugins for Linux.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQaCtT1P8vM

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Re: TLs plugins

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JamesPeters wrote:Linking a search that way doesn't work.
:oops: Sorry...

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JamesPeters wrote: They're all excellent. The plugin author is Daniel aka TbT Audio, the same person who made the 32-bit Windows TbT plugins years ago. They're back with improvements and a lot more features. Expect more plugins to be released soon, too. Daniel has recently switched to Linux, so thankfully for us he has decided to redo his plugins for Linux. Maybe also Windows. :) (Not for Mac though.)
They seem quite interesting and ... visually "good looking"! Moreover, it is always good to hear about people that switch to Linux, especially in our small field.

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That demo sounded pretty old school. I am going to have fun with these...
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Awesome, Linux's world is amazing, can't live without it anymore. Giving those plugins a try.

Thanks for sharing

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Thnx for sharing

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Many thanks for posting, I'll have a play :D
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