Steinberg's Neon and Karlette are now freeware

Category: News
  Jan 9, 2012
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Steinberg has re-released two more of their classic VST plugins as freeware.

Throughout the long history of Steinberg, many products have come and gone, many have been superseded by new variants and others have been dropped completely. Once in a while, however, some of our developers like to dig up one of these long forgotten gems and polish it ready for current operating systems.

As these revived products remain discontinued, their updates are not officially supported. Updates for discontinued products are sporadic as these are voluntarily provided by our engineers in their free time.

Today, Steinberg would like to share with you the following:

Neon - Polyphonic synth featuring two oscillators, ADSR envelopes, an LFO and a resonant filter

Karlette - Vintage tape delay with four independent delay heads and tempo sync

Both instruments are available in VST 2.4 plug-in format (32- and 64-bit, PC and Mac OS X) and can be downloaded free of charge from the Steinberg website.

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