DDMF have released a new free plug-in for Pro Tools and other DAWs called Transport. Transport is designed to be a handy little tool which provides all the information about measure, time, sample count etc that most hosts usually hide somewhere in a tiny little part of the screen.
Transport is resizable and you can pick your own colours. Ideally, you’d drag it onto an external monitor in your 1000 square feet wooden studio and make it fullscreen so that your recording artists always stay oriented, but it works in smaller settings as well ;-).
Transport was a request from a DDMF user and they thought this gem is too good not to make it available for everybody.
Transport is available as a 32 and 64 bit plugin in VST, RTAS, AAX (Win + Mac) and AU (Mac) format. Mac OSX 10.6 is required.
Other Free Plug-ins From DDMF
DDMF have 3 free EQ plug-ins too that you can use in Pro Tools on their free plug-ins page.
With its custom-made 4th order IIR filter, ColourEQ sounds unlike any other EQ you have ever come across. It comes with five bands of what DDMF describe as ”super parametric” peaking filters, which they say means that there is one more parameter in addition to the traditional gain/width/frequency set that can influence the curve shape. These shapes cannot be reproduced by ordinary IIR equalizers.
Further features include: adjustable GUI colours, freely resizable window size, internal 64 bit processing and low CPU usage.
Available in Windows VST (32/64 bit), Windows/Mac RTAS and Mac VST/AU format (Intel, OSX 10.5 and higher).
The IIEQ is a free, fully parametric 10-band equalizer which DDMF tell us has its own characteristic sound and low CPU consumption.
The 1st and the 10th band are low and high shelf filters, respectively; all other bands are peak filters. Individual bands can be switched on and off (click on the small green buttons!).
It is available for Windows (32/64 bit) and Mac (32 bit). Alternative GUIs are available for Windows 32bit only.
If you are sick and tired of huge GUIs taking up all screen space? How about an EQ that easily fits in your pocket but designed to sound just like the big guys? Then it’s time to meet SmallEQ! The world’s smallest 10-band EQ, sporting eight fully parametric bands plus one low- and one high-shelf filter on exactly 9135 square pixels. Controls from left to right: band choice, gain, frequency, width and overall gain. Windows only though.