TAL publishes experimental Linux VST2 versions of its popular plugins including TAL BassLine 101, U-NO-LX, Sampler & more.
Software is probably the second biggest topic in music tech after hardware. The big soft topic is, of course, the market of plugins and apps. It is almost normal for us media publishers that they work with Windows and/or Mac. However, we should not forget the Linux market of music production and sound creation tools. Why am I writing this? Simple!
TAL (Togu Audio Line) has today released “experimental” Linux VST plugin releases of its plugins including TAL-101 BassLine-101, TAL-U-NO-LX and more. In my opinion, that’s great, especially because TAL plugins have an excellent price-performance factor. Thus, they greatly enrich the market for Linux VST plugins.
Even better, the free plugins TAL-Reverb-4 and TAL-Chorus-LX are also available as Linux plugins. But be careful, these are alpha/beta versions which includes bugs and errors. The following instrument & effect plugins are now available in native Linux VST2.4 x64 format:
- TAL-Reverb-4 (free).
- TAL-Chorus-LX (free).
TAL Linux VST2 plugins are available now for testing and ready for download from the official website.
More information here: Togu Audio Line (TAL)