Stochas by Surge Synth Team 0 (0)


Stochas is a revolutionary new type of step sequencer that has a unique randomization engine. Designed to work either in mono or polyphonic modes the engine will select from a set of user inputted notes and takes into consideration the probability set for each, this means Stochas can be used to create evolving melodies, rich sounding string and synth sections, unique bass lines and even chaotic yet looping drum patterns, perfect for live and recorded performances. Chord input and predefined scales, make editing and inputting patterns quick and easy, without any knowledge needed of music theory.

With the ability to create polyrhythmic and polymetric patterns up to 64 steps in length, independently on each of the 4 layers, Stochas can create interesting ideas for your next musical project, be it a Phillip Glass style classical piece with varying rhythmical and metric sequences playing against each other, to a polymeric dance style project that has more life and rhythm than the standard 4/4 patterns. Patterns can be chained and created so that little phrases can be triggered randomly during the playback sequence, this can also be used to prevent repetition of the same note if using Stochas to write a bass line or to keep the pattern evolving.

With the groove template editor, you have total control over the timing and feel of the playback in Stochas, these can also be saved and loaded into other sessions, allowing you to recreate the same feel from track to track easily. MIDI input control means that you can use any hardware controller or another MIDI channel to control Stochas, allowing for live performance control of the polymeric lengths, transpositions, the bias of the maximum number of notes played.


  • Randomisation engine works in both mono and polyphonic modes.
  • Groove templates with export and import function.
  • Chord input.
  • Predefined key and scales, including custom import.
  • Note chains for phrase creation.
  • up to 64 grid steps and 125 rows.
  • Humanization control.
  • Polyrhythmic and polymetric control.
  • 4 layers and 8 patterns.
  • Midi input for live performance control.




Decomposer Sitala v1.0 x64 x86 VST AU AXX WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] 0 (0)


Sitala is a free drum plugin and standalone app
Sitala‘s beauty is simplicity. It‘s fast and musical. Six knobs. Sixteen pads. Drag and drop. Playable like instrument.

New in Sitala 1.0 — Released December 11, 2020:
• Editable sample start and end points
With automatic silence detection, playback starts where the sound actually starts, not at the beginning of the file.

• Beat slicing
Individual hits are automatically detected, and can be sliced out to a series of Sitala pads.

• AAX for Pro Tools
This is the first release with an AAX version for both Windows and macOS.

• Automatic Multi-Out in Reaper
Setting Reaper to multi-out mode automatically puts Sitala into multi-out mode and channel names are kept in sync with Sitala’s pad names.

Sitala‘s Features Include:
• 16 Assignable Pads
Use our built-in 808 kit or your own sounds. Each sample is analyzed for dynamics and pitch, which makes the controls more intuitive and musical.

You can save the kits you create to your user kits library.

• Drag and Drop Sound Management
Drop single samples or groups of samples onto Sitala’s pads.

• Easily rearrange kits
Move samples around, copy and swap pads with ease.

Save your creations to the user kits library and quickly access any frequently used kits.

• Shape
Adjust the attack, length and sustain of your sounds while the overall volume remains constant.

• Compression
Make your sounds punchier with more sustain. Automatic gain makeup maintains the overall volume while chainging dynamics.

• Tuning
Pitch sounds up or down by up to one octave while showing you exactly where the current sound falls in the frequency spectrum.

• Tone
Emphasizes the highs or lows in a sound. Accentuate or scoop the midrange to position the sound in the mix. Adapts based on the pitch content of each sound.

• Volume / Pan
Adjust the sound’s overall volume and place it either to the left or right in the stereo mix.

• Editable MIDI Map
MIDI learn sets up triggers for each of Sitala’s pads and mappings for each control value.

Default mappings are provided for chromatic pitches, white keys or General MIDI.

• Built-In File Browser
The new file browser is available either via a drop down in the sound preview or by right clicking on the pads.

• Preview All Samples in a Folder
Use arrow buttons to cycle through all samples in the current folder.

• Free 808 Kit
One of Berlin’s top producers sampled their 808 to create Sitala’s default kit.

• VST, AudioUnit, AAX and Standalone
Available in the two most popular plugin formats, as well as AAX for Pro Tools and a standalone application. Multi-out is supported with one stereo channel per pad for all plugin formats.



Monique – Bass and Lead Synthesizer by Monoplugs 0 (0)


Monique – Bass and Lead Synthesizer by Monoplugs

Monique is a unique synthesizer for deep basses and aggressive lead sounds.

This synthesizer comes with a very special morphing feature that gives you the capabilities of up to 8 different programs in one. It’s a perfect instrument for jamming and live performances — and it’s pure fun! See the first video below: “Monique Morphing.”

Monique not only comes with special controls — she is also a deep and powerful sounding synthesizer. To get an idea how this synth sounds, take a look and listen through the second video below: Monique’s Sound.

Sometimes special synths need a bit more attention, so we’ve prepared the detailed, 20-minute tutorial video Monique Basics to reveal the fundamentals about this mysterious girl. It includes:

  • Special free filter routing.
  • Continuous morphable oscillators.
  • Advanced modulation and automation possibilities.
  • Built-in effects.
  • Arpeggiator (or sequencer).


Monoplugs Monique



Bertom Audio Air Shelf free dynamic EQ plugin 0 (0)


Air Shelf is a plugin designed to shape your (very) high end, mostly above 10kHz. Use the Boost knob to get more highs, and the Tame knob to keep high frequency transients under control.

Features :

– Boost : A 1st order high shelf centred at 20kHz, fully decramped up to 21kHz, with a very smooth and gradual response.
– Tame
 : A mix between a very fast dynamic EQ and a transient shaper. It means that it is NOT dependant on the input signal level and, contrary to a multiband processor, there are no crossovers involved while still only affecting (very) high frequency spikes.
– Zero-latency


BertomAirShelf1.0.0_LINUX64 BertomAirShelf1.0.0_MAC BertomAirShelf1.0.0_WIN

SpectMorph win, Linux, MacOS 0 (0)


SpectMorph win, Linux, MacOS

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Linux LV2 plugin – preferred for all sequencers that support LV2
VST plugin – especially for proprietary solutions that don’t support LV2
JACK standalone – application using JACK for midi input and audio output
Windows VST plugin – 64-bit VST usable in many Windows DAWs
macOS VST plugin – 64-bit VST for macOS 10.9 and later

SpectMorph is a free software project which allows to analyze samples of musical instruments, and to combine them (morphing). It can be used to construct hybrid sounds, for instance a sound between a trumpet and a flute; or smooth transitions, for instance a sound that starts as a trumpet and then gradually changes to a flute. In its current version, SpectMorph ships with many ready-to-use instruments which can be combined using morphing.
SpectMorph is implemented in C++ and licensed under the GNU LGPL version 3.

airwindows MatrixVerb [Free] Windows, OSX, Linux 0 (0)


First, the Swiss Army Knife reverb! (a more cooperative one is to follow)

This is the result of some deep diving into Householder reverb algorithms (a way of taking four delay lines and turning them into infinite reverb). It’s different from anything I’ve done before, reverb-wise: extremely flexible, and incorporating some neat new tricks (for instance, the highs fall away at the same rate they would in a giant concrete cavern, allowing for REALLY huge-sounding spaces as well as convincing smaller spaces). It’s actually two parallel Householder reverbs in the place of one.

But what would happen if you had them feed back into each other, not just into themselves?

Turns out two different things can happen. One is a twisting and distorting of the sonic space into a distinctly… SPRING-like tonality. If you push the flavor knob towards 1.0, you increasingly get that clangy spring reverb thing, either subtly or overbearingly.

The other is this: apparently the opposite of a spring is a plate. Because when the Householder tanks feed back into each other inverted, they cancel out those same things and produce a whonging booming dense solidness that I remember, very well, from building a REAL plate reverb out of a big sheet of steel hanging from springs. I should say that real one I built was not a GOOD plate reverb… but I remember what it was like, and I can bring back the feel of it with this strange beast and its inverted broken feedback thing. This is one of those Airwindows plugins that lets you cut off your own foot with giddy abandon: all the bad settings are totally available. But if you know how to tune it, you might get something quite magical.

You get damping (from ‘almost’ infinite reverb down to very very damped), an overall tone control to handle whether the verb is bright or not, the ‘flavor’ control that leans either platey or springy or neutral, a room size that will go unreasonably huge even at 96k, and dry/wet. Stay tuned for stuff that’s more ‘preset’ and always gives you useful/good settings: that’s coming too. But this one is the reverb of doom: the most wild range of settings and tonalities and spaces, and the neat thing is apart from the global tone control at top, it’s all about manipulating the heart of the algorithm in significant ways. None of the adjustments are arbitrary: for the range of useful tonality, this reverb is very simple to operate.