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Beatskillz launches “That Thing” Soundscape Plugin for Mac & Win

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Beatskillz has released That Thing, a multi effects processor that was designed to get you “that thing” missing from digital tracks today. That Thing features a wide and deep chorus section – [Read More]

Rob Papen releases “RP-EQ” – RAW EQ Effects Plug-in

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Rob Papen has released RP-EQ an EQ plug-in that is designed for distorted sounds and specifically intended for EDM production. RP-EQ has evolved from another Rob Papen product, RAW, released [Read More]

AudioThing releases “Vinyl Strip” modular multi-effect plugin for Mac & Win, VST, AU, and AAX

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

AudioThing has released Vinyl Strip, a modular multi-effect plugin for PC and Mac. Vinyl Strip is a multi-effect plugin featuring 6 modules: Distortion, Compressor, Bit Crusher, Tilt EQ, Vintage [Read More]

Dotec-Audio releases “DeePanpot” Channel tool / VST plug-in for Win & Mac

Monday, September 21st, 2015

Dotec-Audio has released DeePanpot, a free channel tool VST plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows. Features: Controls “pan” of the stereo source, not the “balance”. Adds “Haas Effect” to reproduce [Read More]

OverTone DSP Updates Fairchild 670 Limiter Plug-in to V2.3.2

Thursday, September 17th, 2015

OverTone DSP has updated their FC70 Fairchild 670 Limiter plug-in for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. V2.3.2 provides user interface enhancements including improved VU meter rendering, and addresses [Read More]

Congratulations to Greg Lewis, Winner of the Plugin Alliance All-Bundle v3.1

Thursday, September 17th, 2015

A little late to be announced, sorry about that, but congratulations to Australian Greg Lewis, who has been chosen as the winner of the Plugin Alliance All-Bundle V3.1 from our giveaway back [Read More]

Nyrv Systems releases AGENTCM as a free plug-in on Computer Music Magazine 222

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Nyrv Systems in collaboration with Computer Music Magazine has released a free version of their subhost AGENT. This version, titled AGENTCM, can be found on the September issue of Computer Music [Read More]

Waves Audio releases eMo D5 Dynamics Plugin: 5-in-1 Multi-Dynamics with Parallel Detection (and updates V9 plugins to r30)

Monday, September 14th, 2015

Waves Audio has announced that it is now shipping the eMo D5 Dynamics plugin. The first plugin to use Waves’ Parallel Detection technology, Waves eMo D5 delivers the power of five dynamics processors [Read More]

Win Waldorf Nave VST-AU-AAX Plugin (worth $149!)

Monday, September 14th, 2015

Waldorf’s Nave is (quoting our own Nave review) ‘…a digital dream. The sounds it can create are vast and very, very expressive, given the amount of control available’.

We have 3 copies of the Waldorf Nave VST/AU/AAX plugin to give away ($ 149/149 EUR value!). If you would like to win one of the best soft synths on the market, join our new contest!

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Hologram plug-in re-synthesizes and mutates sound in real time

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015


There are effects that provide subtle coloring, minor tweaks. And then there are those that paint a whole new picture. Hologram is in that latter category, producing wild, synthetic effects that totally transform an input.

Hologram by Sinevibes from Sinevibes on Vimeo.

Sinevibes has been releasing a steady stream of pretty, creative Mac Audio Unit plug-ins. But this one deserves some special mention, as it’s been a while since we’ve seen a plug-in successfully take on the idea. (Nice to see it in Logic; it’s a bit surprising with tools like the Spectral Gate that nothing picked up on the concept.)

It works like this: you start with an input. That is fed into a spectrum analyzer with up to 64 frequency bands — change the number of bands for richer or more synthetic effects.

Then, re-synthesize the sound, with an array of sine oscillators. Essentially, it’s a synth that uses audio as its input.

As per usual for Sinevibes, there’s loads of graphical feedback, a simplified (Retina-quality) UI, and tons of modulation. To animate the resulting sound, assign two separate modulators, each with 8 waveforms, adjustable chaos, lag and curve. And you can sync to transport, with tempo and time signature automation, for some complex rhythms.

You’ll find more audio examples on the Website; some go a different direction than those in the video at top:


US$ 29, demo available.

Let us know if you use this one, or what other plug-ins tickle your fancy these days.

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