Radio Fx
by tagomago
4.1 / 5     (7 votes)
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Radio Fx is a radio tuner simulator.

Place up to 8 wav samples and turn the tuner knob to hear them play one after the other, simulating the transition between channels.

Glaxier Nov 08 2023
Nov 08 2023
How can you remove the constant white noise.
Patson 3 Apr 18 2020
(5 / 5)
Apr 18 2020
Justo lo que estaba buscando.
joao Aug 18 2019
(3 / 5)
Aug 18 2019
Does the job but permanent white noise is annoying
corey May 18 2019
May 18 2019
I'm not getting any of the songs to play in the vst
FrankO Jul 04 2019
Jul 04 2019
same here
anon Jul 18 2017
(5 / 5)
Jul 18 2017
This plugin is great, it is exactly what I was looking for! It would be great to have the option to reset individual "stations" to the beginning of the file, or some predetermined start point (I'm kinda stealing this idea from a piece of modular).
Piano Lover Sept 26 2016
Sept 26 2016
does anyone know how to get this to record? I have set up 8 wav files in the VST, I can move the dial and get the changing radio static sound and choose each wav file in turn. HOWEVER, it does not record the 'action" - it records nothing. Is it because I am using Reaper 64-bit and Windows 64-bit? The VST works great, except it did not record the 'action" (by that I mean the radio noise and wav files heard as i move the dial around).
lylo Jun 05 2017
Jun 05 2017
You must record modulation wheel.
Kyle Jan 11 2018
Jan 11 2018
If you don't have a MIDI device just use the envelope feature in your DAW to control the "Tune". You can then do the same thing with "Volume" to cut the effect off completely.
Piano Lover May 20 2018
May 20 2018
thanks, guys... next time I use it, I will try using the modulation wheel. I use Reaper, which has great MIDI editor / piano roll in it.
Anonymous Sept 20 2016
(3 / 5)
Sept 20 2016
Very Goood!
Gio May 04 2016
(5 / 5)
May 04 2016
Works great!
redjoy Nov 24 2014
(3 / 5)
Nov 24 2014
Sounds quite real, more like a very old radio, this kinda plugin is somewhat rare to find. Wish there's an option to use it as an audio processing plugin, not just as a "media player" plugin.