Crazy Diamonds
by Rumpelrausch
4.1 / 5     (44 votes)
Crazy Diamonds emulates vintage string ensemble devices.

Remember that gorgeous G minor chord just at the beginning of that famous song with a very similar name? You never found a plugin capable of producing such a sound?Crazy Diamond will ease your pain.
Manuel Sep 20 2020
Sep 20 2020
Cakewalk BandLab is not recognizing this VSTi after I have copied it to Program Files (x86)CakewalkVstPlugins
Christophe Sep 28 2021
Sep 28 2021
Try to convert it in 64bits with a software like jBridge or DDMF. I had same problem with some old 32bits plugins and they work fine for me. Cakewalk can natively run 32 or 64bits plugins, but for some reasons 32bits plugins aren't recognized sometimes....
Shine Off Apr 29 2018
Apr 29 2018
Has anyone else had trouble getting this to work in Reaper?
musicones Oct 18 2018
Oct 18 2018
Didn't work for me either, in Reaper :-/
Mauricio Orozco Apr 08 2020
Apr 08 2020
I have made all the VSTs work for me in reaper, but the best thing is that in reaper I don't have to modify any parameter. All I have to do is install all the VSTs in the following folder: C: program files (x86) Steinberg VstPlugins In there I have to put each folder of the VST that I am going to install. I am placing the folders in an orderly manner, one per VST. And all I have to do now is open the REAPER program and it works! I do not speak English, but I will translate with the translator so I can help you. Greetings from Medellin Colombia. Note: When I go to install Fl Studio in the installation steps, there is a screen where it tells me that it is going to install the VSTs, and in another it tells me that the VSTs are 64-bit but (the latter does not touch it), but the previous one I must modify the route that offers me there and manually write the same as above, I mean c: program files (x86) Steinberg VstPlugins for FL studio to put their own VSTs there, but they will not be mixed with the others, as it is separated by folders. And with all this what I manage to do at once is that all VSTs can be shared with all the programs with which it must work.
Alex Jan 17 2021
Jan 17 2021
That's very important, the order ! THX!
Looking For Floyd Mar 27 2017
(5 / 5)
Mar 27 2017
Very nice plug ..... good sound! A GREAT find plus Free ... whoever made the plug GREAT WORK!!!
someoneontheinternet Sept 23 2016
Sept 23 2016
Great plugin!
JoeV Jul 04 2016
(5 / 5)
Jul 04 2016
Great sounds!!!
skinny204 Mar 20 2015
(5 / 5)
Mar 20 2015
Ok, I must say that over all I like this. And have been playing it for over an hour. lol. Thanks.
Bill Oct 06 2014
(5 / 5)
Oct 06 2014
The sound of wine glasses is actually only a small part of the sound layered onto the analogue string synth. It is moderately important, but it is by no means the whole sound.
shaintaz Dec 04 2013
(3 / 5)
Dec 04 2013
Great synth! This is exactly the kind of Moog I was looking for! Good job Rumpelrausch!
blue:as-can-be Jan 23 2013
(5 / 5)
Jan 23 2013
Apart from the fact that the "Shine On" intro was actually created with wine glasses, this is definitely amazing. Nothing more to say.
Pink Freud Jun 02 2012
(5 / 5)
Jun 02 2012
How could a person create such a SUPERB VSTi and... give it for free? This is AWESOME!! For Floyd fans or not, this is *perfect*!! Shine it!!!
John Williams Apr 22 2012
(5 / 5)
Apr 22 2012
Cool! Excellent! Amazing sound!
A.Q. Sept 10 2011
(4 / 5)
Sept 10 2011
Very nice for old school.
Anonymous Sept 02 2010
Sept 02 2010
Superb. Amazing sound. Shine on.
iceman jones Aug 30 2010
Aug 30 2010
Straight out da back yard this mug go HARD hey you should make one with some choir sounds in there too.
Blaise Aug 27 2010
Aug 27 2010
The one who created this is a genius.
crazy D Jun 07 2010
(5 / 5)
Jun 07 2010
Absolutely spot on. Thank you, this is a really full rich sound.
GlamVamp Apr 07 2010
(5 / 5)
Apr 07 2010
AMAZING sounding. Exactly the string sound I was looking for! Thanks SO much.
Pink Floyd Maniac Dec 21 2008
(5 / 5)
Dec 21 2008
Great synth! This is exactly the kind of Moog I was looking for! Good job Rumpelrausch!