best free vst instruments


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Here’s a shortened list of our top 16 best free VST instruments for Mac & Windows:

  1. Valhalla Supermassive (huge verb/delay)
  2. Spitfire Audio Labs (free orchestral library)
  3. iZotope Viynl (lofti weapon)
  4. Dexed (FM synth)
  5. OrilRiver Reverb (reverb)
  6. LoopCloud Drums (drum VST)
  7. Collab 3 Organ (organ VST)
  8. Voltage Nucleus (modular synth)
  9. Charlatan 2.0 (analog synth)
  10. MiniMogue VA (mini moog emulation)
  11. Ample Guitar M Lite (guitar VST)
  12. Piano in 162 (piano VST)
  13. Ticky Clav (clavinet VST)
  14. MCompressor (compressor)
  15. MEqualizer (EQ)
  16. Tal Reverb 4 (reverb)

HOW TO NAVIGATE THE FREE VST INSTRUMENTS:

To make things even easier for you, we decided to break this post into sections.

And, when you thought it couldn’t get any better, we also added a search function.

Just type in something like ‘reverb’ or ‘saturation’ and all the best free VSTs of that nature will pop up 🙂

SIDENOTE: 

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We hope you found some use out of this post.

Once you’ve got all your plugins you’ll need to learn how to use them, so check out the tutorials section on our site.

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