List of plugins currently used by Alan Walker
Alan Walker’s, a Norwegian DJ/producer born on August 24, 1997, tracks are without a doubt one of the biggest and most recognizable electronic songs of recent years. Faded, Alone and The Spectre have been already watched on YouTube over 4.5 billion times! Despite his very young age, the Norwegian has already been sharing the mainstages of the largest European and world festivals, in many cases as event’s headliner. His worldwide recognition and a brand that has been developed in just a few years and is one of the strongest in the industry are inspirations for hundreds (like not thousands) of producers. On this occasion, we decided to gather in one place the plugins that Alan Walker used or is using to create his timeless tracks. Also don’t forget to check out our special segment where we bring out the best deals on everything related to music production here: Black Friday Mega Deals 2020.
List of some plugins used by Alan Walker:
If you make it to the end of the article, you find three more plugins used in Alan Walker’s productions!
TAL-U-NO-LX is an imitating of the well known 80’s equipment synthesizer. Cutting-edge zero criticism defer channels and painstakingly aligned controls make this module a decent supplanting for the simple gadget with all the focal points programming modules have. TAL_U-NO-LX additionally bolsters portamento and diverse channel LFO waveforms and some more valuable highlights. Plugin’s features: more than 300 factory presets, midi learn / automation for all controlls, original hardware “Factory Bank A” included & much more.Buy Here
You can watch some TAL-U-NO-LX demos and reviews here.
The latest version of reFX’s NEXUS3 is full of new features. Starting with new – three columns for easy navigation – librarian and fully revamped effects page, ending on new vector-based GUI, new macros & modulation and bigger content with more than 350 new, high-quality, hand-crafted presets. Don’t worry, NEXUS3 is compatible with your existing NEXUS2 library. Plugin also has brand-new sequencer modethe most complex patterns ever.Buy Here
Listen to Nexus 3 sounds below:
Renaissance is an intuitive, analog-style 6-band paragraphic EQ. With its advanced, refreshed GUI, fresh out of the box new continuous analyzer (RTA) and expanded inward headroom, Renaissance Equalizer is one of the hottest, generally adaptable, most easy to understand EQs you will discover.Buy Here
Spire is the mix of best chances of programming and equipment synthesizers, with high-developed features like 4x multimode polymorphing oscillators, 9x unison voices on each oscillator, or 15x Matrix slots. It’s also own collection of over 900 leads, exhilarating pads, plucks, drums, FXs, and bass sequences. Expect for Alan Walker, Spire is used by Hardwell, Orjan Nilsen, Gorgon City, and Armin Van Buuren.Buy Here
EchoBoy wraps many years of reverberation gadget history and new groundbreaking highlights into one adaptable impact that will discover its way into each edge of your blends. You’ll discover an echo tone that accommodates your blend effectively by picking one of the 30 implicit styles demonstrated on vintage gear. Get moment access to an entire scope of great reverberation box tones like EchoPlex, Space Echo, Memory Man & DM-2.Buy Here
Alan Walker also creating his tracks with these three plugins:
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Information sources: ‘In The Studio’ videos
Image Credits: Alan Walker’s Facebook page