bpb Freeware Studio: Best Free Oscilloscope VST/AU Plugins


bpb Freeware Studio: Best Free Oscilloscope VST/AU Plugins

After making a list of the best freeware spectrums analyzers, the next logical step was to find and list the best freeware oscilloscope plugins in VST/AU format.

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My favorite VST plugin in this category is used to be Oszillos-Mega-Scope, without any doubt. It’s BPM-synced, supports multiple inputs, works both on Windows and Mac, has a resizeable GUI, it’s free… simply put, the perfect oscilloscope VST. The plugin is still (officially) free to download, but you’ll need to join the beta program first.

At the moment, the best pick for all platforms (32-bit and 64-bit on both Windows and Mac OS) seems to be MOscilloscope (thanks to our reader Huib for the suggestion!), shortly followed by Oscarizor. If you’re on 32-bit Windows, though, s(M)exoscope is still the undisputed champion of freeware oscilloscope plugins.

And, as always, if you happen to notice that I’ve missed listing a good oscilloscope VST in the list above, please feel free to post your suggestions and tips in the comments section. Thanks for the support!

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Tomislav is a music producer and sound designer from Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief at Bedroom Producers Blog.


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  2. I’m late to the party here. I was trying to download s(M)exoscope based on a recommendation from a friend but it appears the website no longer works.

    I have been using the oscilloscope built into Shaperbox 3. While the plugin is not free, it is hugely versatile and has lots of creative possibilities. Definitely worth the cost of the plugin and I use it on all my tracks.

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