It's really hard to find some decent VST instruments that sound great!
Today we are here to tell you about 10 free and amazing VST instruments!
Here's a summarized list of the instruments that we're going to discuss:
1. Ample Bass P Lite II
Ample Bass P Lite is probably the best-sounding Bass Guitar VST available. It just sounds like a real bass guitar. Also, there are many adjustable effects and settings available which are very helpful.
2. Ample Guitar M Lite
Ample Guitar M Lite from Ample Sounds is one of the best-sounding Guitar VSTs available. It almost sounds like a real guitar. Also, there are some effects and settings available which are very helpful.
3. Spitfire Labs
Spitfire Labs is a library of different instruments. From Piano to Strings to Drums, you get everything! It is particularly useful while making orchestral music.
4. Spitfire BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover
BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover is another great piece of VST instrument from Spitfire Audio. It's one of the best sounding free orchestral VSTs. However, the only con is that you cannot download it right away if you want it for free. It is not available for free right away. You have to wait for 15 days after sending over the request on their website. After 15 days, they will send you the download link for the free version. There is no difference between the free and the paid version.
5. MT Power DrumKit 2
MT Power DrumKit 2 is probably one of the best realistic-sounding drum VSTs available! It sounds amazing and professionals. Apart from one-shots, it also comes with some pre-made loops.
6. Samsara Tabla
Honestly, it's really hard to find a free and great-sounding Tabla VST. This is where Samsara Tabla comes in. It is definitely one of the best-sound free Tabla VST. So, if you're looking for some Indian Flavour in your song, Samsara Tabla is all you need!
7. Versilian Studio Chamber Orchestra 2 Community Edition
If you're looking for some solo orchestral instruments, Versilian Studio Chamber Orchestra 2 Community Edition is what you're looking for. It's a great BBC symphony alternative. We would recommend if you're looking for some decent sounding solo instruments for an orchestral section.
8. VCV Rack
VCV Rack is a free and open-source cross-platform modular synthesizer. It may seem a little complicated to normal users. but it's amazing for someone interested in sound design from scratch.
9. Sampleson CollaB3
CollaB3 is an organ VST made by Sampleson. CollaB3 was a collaborative project between Sampleson, Librewave, LalalandAudio, and Studio427 Audio to help musicians across the globe to make music during the covid-19 pandemic. It's a great-sounding organ that you should definitely try!
Dexed is a multi-platform, multi-format plugin synth that is closely modeled on the Yamaha DX7. Under the hood, it uses music-synthesizer-for-android for the synth engine.