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MSIstrip v2.00

By PAULW
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This is a VST plugin I produced recently. It is for use in music production to master and improve the sound of audio. For all who produce their own music this is a VST plugin for Window and works with all DAW's. Programmed by myself, GUI by myself.

You can download the demo over at www.minimalsystem.com
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drummatic's avatar
Great concept and seems like a nice mastering pluggy, however I think that you could make the buttons more consistent with the background of the device or you could simpy do a minimal design which fits the knobs.
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Tobu02Hobbyist Photographer
I'll definitely give it a try in my upcoming music.
MsUniqu1's avatar
cool i will check this out on my beats
Bullbaz's avatar
BullbazProfessional Digital Artist
Oh I just wish I could do such things! I'm a producer/designer, but when it comes to programming I'm gone!

And also, I don't know if it was intentional or not, but the buttons seem a bit.. boring? They don't really fit the overall look imo. However the design isn't the important part here I suppose, but still! :)

(I'll check the demo btw)
k3dsmax's avatar
I liked it. add a shadow and Effect in board
zeusdeux's avatar
sweet! which language is this written in?
workshop15's avatar
workshop15Hobbyist Interface Designer
Looks nice! Well done man..
evilburrito's avatar
Cool, I will be checking out your freebies :-)
sergiomota's avatar
sergiomotaProfessional Interface Designer
light sources of the screws looks odd other than that great work ;)
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NokadotaProfessional General Artist
I just use Sound Forge and Soundbooth, but I'll check this out. Nice work man!
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Scott-KaneProfessional Interface Designer
looking good man
Husam-Elfaki's avatar
Husam-ElfakiProfessional Interface Designer
Interesting man, how do you even go about programming such things? Well done.
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