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– Adds a perfect amount of gain, whatever the volume has been
– Adjustable amount of gain (12KHz @ 12KHz gain to 50KHz @ 50KHz gain)
– Versatile gain control
– User definable gain range
– Adjustable frequency response between 12KHz & 544KHz
– Delay control
– Gain control with Eq & Boost controls
– External control via AU & VST
– Easy to use interface
– Selectable presets with connected Eq and Boost controls
– High quality VST-VST64 plugins
And loads more…
All of the ‘Professional’ features are found within the M-Gain bundle, in a single, easy to use Plugin.
…and when used with ‘MIKELABZ’ as an LFO Modulator, the possibilities are endless!
the Eq and Boost controls are in addition to the Eq and Boost parameter controls available within the Eq section of the MIKELABZ plugin. m-Gain is compatible with MIKELABZ Version 2.4+

What’s New

Version 3.0.7:
– Fixed rare bug in OSC message routing
– Fixed bug that caused OSC message routing to “stop working” at some point (my apologies to those that have experienced this)
– Fixed bug that caused OSC messages to not be displayed on the GUI

Version 3.0.5:
– Fixed rare bug in OSC message routing.
– Fixed rare bug that sometimes caused OSC messages to be blank.

Version 3.0.3:
– Fixed rare crash that caused the OSC GUI to not be displayed.

Version 3.0.2:
– Fixed bug in OSC message routing that sometimes caused messages to be blank.

Version 3.0.1:
– Fixed bug in VST-VST64 version that caused VST plugin to crash upon startup.

Version 3.0.0
– A lot of changes/fixes/improvements. This is the first stable release of m-Gain. It should fix rare bugs that have been reported on the forums. If you encounter any bugs, please let me know (contact form). Also, if you don’t want to send m-Gain to me directly, you can send a message to the m-Gain mailto: form at

M-Gain X64 (Latest)

– Input gain control between 0% to -1200%
– Sound-level of the input signal scaled up or down up to 1200%
– output gain control is +/- 1200%
– Gain is applied to the output signal
– Gain is applied selectively to the various frequency ranges (example: the speakers will still output the music at a normal level, but the user will be able to boost the bass or mid-range sections)
– Gain can be limited (levels never increase below 0, regardless of input or output gain values)
– Master volume can be set to a lower level than the normal output volume
– Input gain is NOT increased, only increased sound-level
– m-Gain works with stereo and mono signals
– m-Gain’s spectrum analyzer helps to determine frequency bands where the gain is not applied
– Volume scaling can be configured as linear or exponential (used for preventing the gain increase from being noticeable)
– Output phase effect
– Input priority is secondary to output
– Highlight mode available
– 64-bit (VST and AU) and 32-bit (VC-10) supported with both Windows and Mac OS
– Dither mode
– Frequency range can be limited between 0Hz and up to 20,000Hz
– Reverb mode available
– Can be used with any plugin that has a Peak level meter

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– 12kHz High-Pass Filter
– Add 1200% In-Amp Gain
– Add 1200% For All Above 12KHz
– To The Op Amp
– No Limiting
– Smooth Distortion
Note: Not all effects are available in all instruments, so check the instrument panel to ensure the effect is available.
m-Gain is also fully multiband, so you’ll be able to apply your ‘8-year seasoned veteran’ affect to bass, drums, vocals, guitars, synths, effects & more!
– VST, AU, AAX (Mac OSX 10.9+), 32-Bit, VST Instrument
– Cross platform compatibility: Windows, macOS, & Linux
– LEAD TOOL SUPPORT: AudioUnit, VST, AAX, SoundFont & more!
– IMPORTANT!: VST plug-ins that are shareware are only for *NEVER* use in the contexts of *FREELOADERS* as they might potentially harm your computer. If you wish to use shareware plugins, *RE-DOWNLOAD* then *REGISTER* the created plugin (.INF) and use it from your hard disk.
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Creating beautiful, smooth and professional tracks has always been an enjoyable and relaxing experience, while the’reality’ of the process is much less so! That’s why we created m-Gain! m-Gain is inspired by the way that a professional mastering engineer uses destructive gain to correct or change the character of a track. Whereas conventional VST plugins use destructive gain to simply boost or cut portions of a signal, m-Gain uses negative feedback to actually ‘distort’ a signal in a creative, expressive and very unique way!
In addition, the additive nature of m-Gain, combined with its creative nature and relative ease of use, has made it one of the most popular plugins in the VST plugin world for good reason:
m-Gain gets so much right in such a short period of time, and it does it with respect to a concept that many won’t even know is possible…
How does m-Gain work?
Since m-Gain is a *purely additive* plugin, the key to its all-in-one nature is its internal Additive + Feedback section. Additive + Feedback means that m-Gain takes a signal, combines it with its internal Additive section and then throws it back into the signal’s ‘Feedback’ section which multiplies it by 1.200. The first 1.200 is thrown back out of the Feedback section as the Signal, the second 1.200 is multiplied by m-Gain once more and thrown back out of the Feedback section. This pattern continues until the 1.200 value reaches 1.
This means that depending on the relative difference of the first and final values, you’ll get positive, negative, 0 or whatever values as a result. Moreover, since negative values are represented by 0.7 of the previous value, you’ll get more ‘grow’ effects if you take a positive number and multiply it by 0.7, resulting in higher values with a smaller number. Likewise, if you take a negative number and multiply it by 0.7, you’ll get lower values.
m-Gain’s Feedback section receives this signal, multiplies it by the feedback-ratio and adds it back in. This value is then multiplied by the incoming signal, and when that value reaches the specified amount of feedback the signal is thrown out of the Feedback section, where it is multiplied by 1.200. The next 1.2 value is thrown out, and the next, and so on.

System Requirements For M-Gain:

1 GHz processor
256 MB RAM
Graphic card with 128 MB RAM
Minimum system requirements:
Windows XP or Vista
Processor: 1 GHz
RAM: 256 MB
Graphics card: 128 MB
Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0
Additional Notes:
The time control settings are variable. You can choose from one to three time controls, with the player(s) taking turns to strike at a targeted ball.
The main menu has two functions – three player


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