5 FREE AAX 64 Bit Plug-Ins Worth Checking Out

Whilst you have been waiting for your favourite plug-ins to arrive in 64 bit AAX you may have missed some of the FREE arrivals, they are all worth checking out, in no particular order;

  1. Blue Cat Audio Freeware Plug-In Pack II
    Not one but six excellent plug-ins worth having in your Pro Tools 11 list, they include a very nice chorus as well as the cool gain control. All Blue Cat Audio freeware audio plug-ins gathered together in a single package: this bundle contains a wide range of premium modulation effects, a single and dual-channel equalizer, a unique midi-controllable gain suite, as well as a professional spectrum analyzer. More
  2. UVI Workstation
    A nice little sample player with multi-timbral options, separate outs and a REX player. There is a huge library you can buy of all kinds of sounds. UVI Workstation is a completely free multi-timbral instrument that provides unlimited parts, integrated effects, live performance features, and a smooth real-time workflow. With the newest version, UVI added powerful new features that help make your music production experience more efficient and enjoyable. More
  3. IK Multimedia Amplitube Custom Shop
    FREE version of AmpliTube 3 with 24 models including a digital chromatic tuner, 9 stomps, 4 amps, 5 cabs, 3 mics, 2 rack effects, more models can be added à la carte with the new online Custom Shop. The AmpliTube Custom Shop desktop app is free, and contains 24 pieces of gear to start, you can also try gear before you buy. More
  4. IK Multimedia T Racks Custom Shop
    Just like it’s Amplitube counterpart with T Racks CS You get the Classic Equalizer module, a 6-band parametric mastering EQ that’s part of the T-RackS Classic bundle, and the T-RackS Metering Suite, which contains a host of useful and detailed displays including Peak, Perceived Loudness, Phase, and RMS meters, plus a Spectrum analyzer with Peak, RMS and Averaging indicators. More
  5. SPL Free Ranger
    The Free Ranger is based upon the Full Ranger-EQ from our EQ Rangers series. It is limited to four – we think very useful – bands: 16 kHz center frequency – Boost: Glitter, brilliance, air. 1,8kHz center frequency – this is THE EQ test frequencies. An EQ that sounds good here is a good EQ. Therefore it makes a lot of sense to compare EQs in that range. Applications examples: Boost for more bass definition and presence, cut reduces metal for brass. 150 Hz center frequency – Boost: more warmth for everything, main impact of bass instruments, fuller, fatter snares. Cut for vocals: avoids collision with bass. 40 Hz center frequency – Boost: in general fuller sounds, deep bass punch (kick drum). Cut: reduces booming sounds and sub harmonic interferences. There are more free plug-ins from the team at plug-in Alliance More

Check out our FREE plug-ins page for more AAX and RTAS plug-ins for use in Pro Tools here.

Any you love that you think should be on our next list?

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