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Updated Voxengo Beeper v2.4, Voxengo Overtone GEQ v1.9, Voxengo Sound Delay v1.3 and Voxengo Stereo Touch v2.4 freeware audio plug-ins are now available for download.  These plug-ins can be loaded in any audio host application that conforms to the VST or AudioUnit plug-in specification.  Plug-ins are compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista (32- and 64-bit) and Mac OS X 10.4.11 and above (Intel and PowerPC) computers (2 GHz dual-core or faster processor with at least 1 GB of system RAM recommended).

Voxengo Beeper

Voxengo Beeper 2.4 Screenshot

Beeper is an auxiliary audio processing plugin which you can use to insert short beep, noise burst or silence signals to any sound material.  This plug-in may help you protect your work from theft.  It is safe to apply this plug-in to any mission-critical material because plug-in does not perform any processing on the audio between signals.

Version 2.4 features additional visual look variation settings.

https://www.voxengo.com/product/beeper/

Voxengo Overtone GEQ

Voxengo Overtone GEQ 1.9 Screenshot

Overtone GEQ was designed to allow audio engineers to apply quick EQ shape adjustments together with adding a bit of harmonic richness to the audio material (mainly mixes and sub-mixes due to a comparably high processing load this EQ puts on a CPU).

Version 1.9 features the following changes:

  • Smooth automation implemented.
  • The "VST Function Sync" global switch was added that fixes crashes in some hosts (i.e.  Tracktion).
  • Parameter automation on AU Mac OS X now shows real parameter values.
  • Preset "update" function implemented in the preset manager.
  • "Density mode" implemented in level meters.
  • The "No Multi-Channel Operation" global switch was added that fixes incompatibility with some non-VST2.3 compliant VST hosts.
  • Oversampling filter type "Min-phase/Lin-phase" switch added.
  • Global "Auto Oversampling Level" 1X (off) option added.
  • Additional visual look variation settings added.

https://www.voxengo.com/product/overtonegeq/

Voxengo Sound Delay

Voxengo Sound Delay 1.3 Screenshot

Sound Delay is an auxiliary multi-channel signal delaying plugin for professional audio applications.  You may specify delay time in both milliseconds and samples, with a high level of precision.  This plug-in – being technical in its purpose – provides a basic signal delaying function only, without signal feedback or modulation capabilities.

Version 1.3 features the following changes:

  • Plug-in initial loading time reduced.
  • Knob read-outs now require a single click for keyboard entry.
  • The "VST Function Sync" global switch was added that fixes crashes in some hosts (i.e.  Tracktion).
  • Parameter automation on AU Mac OS X now shows real parameter values.
  • Preset "update" function implemented in the preset manager.
  • "Density mode" implemented in level meters.
  • The "No Multi-Channel Operation" global switch was added that fixes incompatibility with some non-VST2.3 compliant VST hosts.
  • Additional visual look variation settings added.

https://www.voxengo.com/product/sounddelay/

Voxengo Stereo Touch

Voxengo Stereo Touch 2.4 Screenshot

Stereo Touch is most effective on monophonic sounds without overly sharp transients: it works great for both acoustic and electric/overdriven guitars, synthetic pad sounds and even vocals.  By means of this plug-in you can easily get spacious and even “surround” sounding tracks, without utilizing a double-tracked recording technique.

Version 2.4 features additional visual look variation settings.

https://www.voxengo.com/product/stereotouch/

These updated and other pro audio plug-ins can be downloaded at the Voxengo web site: https://www.voxengo.com


since overtone geq has ability to change center frequencies of bands- this makes it flexible enough so first and last bands should be "shelf" type not "peak" i think

may be youll remember about that next update.

and thank you for solving inconvenience with delay inaccuracy i complained on.

hope youll add same feature in tubeamp which is good for track limiting saturating purposes.


Overtone GEQ won't receive shelving bands - it's quite pointless to have them since the frequency response is not observable in Overtone GEQ.

i came to this conclusion about shelving because of nonlinear boost\attenuate behavior of peak filters/. i mean if i boost mids with pair of bands by 2db i receive about 3-4db overall in area because of multiplying or smth...

in such kind of eqs everything is based on listening experience not visual and this is right! if shelfs will be mentioned in manual its ok!;)

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