Since Martin Eastwood Audio’s official website is no longer up, its free audio effect plug-ins.
Duet — Win VST
Double-tracking/harmonizer effect developed to enhance vocals or instruments, such as guitars, by thickening the sound and adding a rich glossy sheen to your audio material. Duet works by independently pitch-shifting the left and right inputs using a novel synchronous overlap and add technique, allowing pitch to be manipulated in real-time while still maintaining the time duration of the audio.
Compressive CM — Win VST / Mac VST
External side chain analogue modeled RMS compressor with a brickwall limiter. The external side contains a 3-band EQ and mid/side controls to allow complete control of audio dynamics.
Compressive — Win VST
Suite of professional quality audio compressors. Includes Compressive Pro (external side chain vintage analog modeled RMS compressor) and Compressive Lite with a reduced feature set for minimum CPU usage.
Mverb — Win VST / Mac VST / Linux VST / Source
Studio quality, open-source reverb. Its release was intended to provide a practical demonstration of Dattorro’s figure-of-eight reverb structure and provide the open source community with a high quality reverb.
William Orbit has released a single, Spiral, as a free download.
Spiral comes from his 2006 album, Hello Waveforms. It’s a downtempo vocal track that features the Sugababes and Kenna on vocals. The track is full of Orbit’s signature analog sounds.
“William Orbit (born William Mark Wainwright, 15 December 1956, Shoreditch, Hackney) is an English musician, composer and record producer, perhaps best known to most for his work on Madonna’s album Ray of Light, which received four Grammy Awards, sold 4 million copies in the U.S., and sold 20 million copies worldwide. He has also co-produced several unreleased Madonna songs originally recorded for other albums that were never used. In addition, he produced 13 by Blur, and remixed some of the songs on the album. He has three Grammy Awards.”