Lux VST Brainwave Plugins

Lux_Entire          LuxSpectraScreen

Lux VST brainwave plugins are designed for entrainment enthusiasts, mind machine (AVS) users, and for Windows-based computer musicians who wish to explore brainwave synchronization.

The Lux Brainwave Entrainment Instrument is a full featured tool for composing brainwave sessions with audio and light (via audiostrobe control signals). It’s like a semi-modular synthesizer for your brain.  Read more or download from the plugins page.

Lux Spectra is the newest plugin, the little brother of BWEI.  It’s forte is in designing colorful lightshows for the groundbreaking new AVS machine, the Mindplace Kasina.  It currently handles spectrastrobe lightshows only (no audio), but I may extend its features sometime in the future if there is significant interest.  Read more or download from the plugins page.

The Lux plugins were built using Synthedit, so they only run in Windows.  They have a 32 bit architecture, so of course I recommend using them in a 32 bit host.  If, however, you really want to try them in a 64 bit OS like Windows 7 or 8, then please check out jBridge, which is an application that claims to make it possible to run 32 bit plugins in 64 bit hosts and vice versa.  Since I don’t have a 64 bit computer, I haven’t been able to test it, but I’m very anxious to know your results if you try it.  Please let me know what you find.

2 thoughts on “Lux VST Brainwave Plugins

  1. Joseph

    Hi There,

    I downloaded your lux plugin, but since I’m using windows 8 64bit, I tried the jbridge, but couldn’t get it to work with my daw studio one 2. Do you know if anyone else has got it to work with jbridge and windows 8 64 bit?

    Please let me know

    1. estebandesteband Post author

      Hi Joseph,

      I really apologize for the long delay in my reply. My wife and I just had our first baby, and things have been a little hectic around here! Unfortunately, I have not heard of any success stories with jBridge so far. That’s not to say it definitely won’t work, but at this point, I just really have no idea. I don’t have access to any 64-bit machines with which to test it. I wonder if the developer of jBridge could give you any tips about getting it to work?



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