In this week's Friday Free Plug-in, we are featuring the Total Bundle from Hack Audio. A set of free plug-ins designed to help students learn coding and signal processing for audio applications.
Who Are Hack Audio?
Eric Tarr is the man behind Hack Audio, an audio enthusiast, musician, computer programmer, electrical engineer and hearing scientist from Nashville who works as an assistant professor of Audio Engineering Technology at Belmont University.
The total bundle contains all the plug-ins currently available, They range from a simple delay to a reverb and all of them show their structure and internal signal flow as part of the GUI. If you are getting into coding, are curious about how your tools work or work in education these are a fantastic resource, thanks to Eric for making them available.
How Do I Get This Plug-in?
Go to the Hack Audio website and download. These plug-ins don't require an iLok or any authorisation, Eric does ask users not to distribute these plugins but instead to point people to his website and considering these are free and so interesting that sounds like the least we can do. Head over to Eric's website for more resources on coding and plug-in design.