Majoris Free by Fanan Team 0 (0)


Majoris Free is Majoris’es little brother. It’s a unique synth based arranger organ that can enhance creativity and help songwriters and composers to quickly compose new ideas and melodies. It emulates the automatic accompaniment organs method (like in korg pa900 and etc.) and powers a built-in drums & bass + acc oscillators to play styles that can be programmed by the user and played as a style with no additional MIDI routing, internal MIDI connection or MIDI cables straight from your instrument channel in the DAW.

The method

Like any other hardware arranger organ, Majoris splits the physical keyboard into 2 zones. The right zone plays solo while The left zone controls the played style’s chords which can be switched in fingered or one finger mode. Majoris Free has 6 variations slots per style include intro, main variations, fills and end. The variations can be controlled by any MIDI controller or even with MIDI pads or the keyboard notes. Even the “jump to” destinations can be re-programmed.

The internal sound generators

Majoris Free uses synths and a drum sampler as it’s own sound generators. The drum sampler’s kits can be deeply programmed and edited and the bass and the solo synths are quite basic but easy to operate. The style sequencer which create new styles uses almost the same programming method as our Callisto. You can program both minor and majors variations of your style and save each with it’s unique tempo or synced to the DAW.

An apology!

Since this project is too huge to count all it’s nuances and mini features, we recommend novice arranger users to first read the principles of the arranger organs. Sorry we can’t count them all, but we believe this tool is quite intuitive with a reasonable shallow learning curve, so please, make a little research before you dive into it.

Main features list:

  • 6 variations drums, bass and ACC styles slots with major and minor chords per variation.
  • One finger (jumps from minor to major with double clicking) or full fingered modes.
  • Dedicated style’s 10 slots drum sampler with built-in effects.
  • Dedicated style’s bass synth with built in effects and ducking option.
  • Dedicated solo synth with 3 variations per style and on-GUI switching buttons.
  • Transition sensitivity button.
  • Mute button.
  • Hold variation button.
  • split keyboard knob.
  • global and independent transpose knob.
  • Master, style and solo volume knobs.
  • “Jump to” menu selectors.
  • Dedicated or synced tempo.
  • Full automation.
  • Auto cymbal crash feature.
  • Internal “Callisto” style programming sequencer.
  • Visual info bar.
  • Resizable GUI.

Differences between Majoris Free and Majoris

Majoris Free is basically a complete free edition of Majoris that has few limitations: It has 6 variation instead of the 10 in the senior edition, it lack the solo MIDI out connection to 3th party VST’is in the D.A.W and it lacks the separate 6 audio outputs to individual D.A.W channels. Other than that, both versions share same structures, same styles and additional information (and therefore the same installer as well).

Samplab VST3 AU WiN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)


Revolutionary audio sample editing.
When you drag and drop an audio file into the plugin, it is sent to our server for processing. Once this is completed, you recieve the result with all the notes in the audio seperated. In order to edit the notes, we generate a MIDI file that you can drag into the Samplab track. From now on, the plugin acts like a virtual instrument: It gets the MIDI events as input from your DAW and plays the (edited) notes. If you don’t make any changes to the MIDI, the result should sound the same as the original audio. Of course, you can also just use the MIDI file for other things.

The Samplab Plugin should be compatible with most DAW’s that support the VST3 or AU plugin formats. It has been verified to work with Ableton Live (10.1 or higher) and FL Studio on Windows and Mac.

An Internet connection is only required to transform new audio files. Once the result is received, you can use and manipulate it indefinitely without being connected to the Internet.

The playback speed of the notes is determined by the tempo of the MIDI files. When you upload a new audio, we estimate its tempo. You can adjust this estimate by changing the “Estimated BPM” in the plugin. For the change to take effect, you have to drag the MIDI file into your DAW again.”


3Sampler by SaschArt(Donationware) 0 (0)


3Sampler it’s a simple and easy-to-use sampler for those who want to save their resources using only three samples. Provides unique stereo dynamics.

Use 3Sampler where you only need three samples.


  • Three boxes with a visual audio profile for samples. You can use YSampler for five samples.
  • Easy allocation for notes range and root note.
  • Graphical visualization for each note played by velocity and time.
  • Note position view.
  • Attack and Release.
  • On/off button.
  • The possibility of multiplying the semitones interval – unique feature. For example, if we set this multiplier to 12 and the root note value is C4, we will get the C5 value if we play the C#4 key. If you want to set subunit or decimal values, use YSampler.
  • Pan position setting.
  • Pan alternate – a unique and very useful feature which give you dynamics of stereo to your music. For example, if we set pan position to 90% and activate the alternating pan, the first key played will be 90% to right and the next 90% to left.
  • Reverse and loop buttons.
  • Can be used for drums, pluck, keys, leads and pads.
  • Can upload sfz files with a maximum of three samples. Available directives:

and sections



lokey=(12-127 or string like C2) – only in

pitch_keycenter=(12-127 or string like C2) – only in

hikey=(12-127 or string like C2) – only in

pitch_keytrack=600 (100 mean one semitone)

ampeg_attack=0 (decimal seconds)

ampeg_release=0.8 (decimal seconds)

loop_mode=no_loop || loop_continuous || loop_sustain

direction=reverse || any word

pan=-80 (-100 left, 100 right)

pan_alternate=yes || any word

Remove donate button: donate minimum 5 euro then insert donate key received by email
Value input by key: over to any knob and right click, insert value by key then hit enter
Also click left on the note to change its value by key.
Set default value: double click on the knob.


DAW (VST host), Windows 32/64-bits or MacOS VST and AU.


Echo Sound Works Vinyl Guitar x64 VST3 AU WiN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)

A uniquely sampled guitar vst perfect for Lofi and Trap
Vinyl Guitar is a character guitar plugin. We sampled a guitar through an actual vinyl record player and then made a playable instrument out of those samples.

Vinyl Guitar comes with an easy to use interface allowing you to sculpt the sound as needed.

• Fret Noise – Use this macro to control the level of the fret noise you hear when changing notes and chords.

• String Buzz – This macro adds buzz to some strings randomly to more accurately recreate the sound of a real guitar.

• Pick Noise – This macro adds a picked attack to the start of the sound.

• Reverb – The reverb knob is a dry wet knob. The reverb settings panel opens a pop up box allowing you to dial in other settings.

• Attack/Release/Dynamics – This section of the GUI allows you to change how the guitar plays to fit your playing style or MIDI.

Togu Audio Line TAL-NoiseMaker v5.0.4 x64 VST VST3 AU AAX WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] 0 (0)


TAL-NoiseMaker is a virtual analog synthesizer with a great sound and low CPU usage.
128 factory presets included, 80 made by Frank “Xenox” Neumann / Particular – Sound

• 3 Oscillators
Osc 1, +- 24 semitones, fine tune, phase control (saw, pulse, noise).
Osc 2, +- 24 semitones, fine tune, phase control (saw, rectangle, triangle, sine).
Sub Osc (rectangle).
• Osc 1 PM for pulse waveform.
• Osc 2 FM controled by Osc 1.
• Osc 1 & Osc 2 sync to sub osc (saw, pulse, rectangle, triangle(bipolar sync)).
• Adjustable master tune and transpose.
• Up to 6 voices.
• Portamento in mono and poly mode (off, auto, on).
• Ringmod modulates Osc 1 with Osc 2
• Self resonating 4x oversampled filters (24 dB LP, 18 dB LP, 12 dB LP, 6 dB LP, 12 dB HP, 12 dB BP, Notch)
• Filter ADSR (negative and positive)
• Volume ADSR
• Routable ADSR, modulates Filter, Osc 1, Osc 2, PW, FM (negative and positive)
• 2 LFO’s with different running modes: free, sync to host, triggered by note.
Modulates filter, osc 1, osc 2, fm, pw, lfo rate, panorama and volume.
Sine, triangle, saw square, s&h, noise.
Positive and negative modulation.
Phase control.
• Adjustable Velocity dependent control over volume filtercontour and cutoff.
• Adjustable Pitch Wheel control over Cutoff and Pitch.
• One pole HP filter.
• Detune, detunes notes randomly.
• Juno chorus with different modes.
• A built in reverb.
• A built in delay.
• Adjustable filter drive.
• Bitcrusher, affects osc 1 and osc 2. Its a pre the filter stage effect.
• Midi learn for all knobs.
• • Panic button.
Easy to use, no hidden panels.
• 256 great presets (Presets by Frank “Xenox” Neumann / Particular – Sound, The Unshushable Coktor, Alexandra Sendy, TAL, Patrick Kunz).

• Windows: Windows 7 or higher (64 bit host)
• OS X: 10.9 or higher (64 bit host). Universal Binary 2 with native Apple M1 support.
• AAX: Pro Tools 10.3.6 or higher (64 bit).
• LINUX: 64 bit / Ubuntu 18 or similar.

U-he Zebralette v2.9.3 x64 x86 VST VST3 AU AAX WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] 5 (1)


Zebralette: easy spectral synth
Zebralette is our version of a Trojan horse. A free synthesizer and an introduction to Zebra2’s fantastic oscillators. Perhaps it will persuade you to try Zebra2 and upgrade. If one oscillator is this powerful, imagine what you can achieve with four… and all the other great features available in Zebra2.


• A single Zebra2 oscillator with a 16-slot waveset. Read more below
• Oscillator waveform editing with geomorph, spectromorph, geoblend and spectroblend modes. Read more below
• 24 spectral effects including filter, sync, scatter, phase distortion and many more
• Polyphonic (up to 16 voices), monophonic and legato modes
• Stereo VCA with pan and volume modulation
• VCA oscillator stacking with adjustable stereo width: single, dual, quad and eleven modes
• ADSR envelope with fall/rise (sustain slope) and velocity controls
• Modulation options including: modwheel, velocity, pressure, breath, key follow, gate and more
• 2 LFOs: one global, one per voice
• A 32-stage MSEG (multi-stage envelope generator)
• 3 built-in effects: chorus/phaser, EQ, delay
• MIDI learn / unlearn of hardware controls (CC)
• Polyphonic aftertouch support
• 300 factory presets
• Scalable UI from 70% to 200%
• NEW in v2.9.3: Support for Oddsound MTS-ESP

What is a Zebralette?

-ette: an English suffix indicating a diminutive form
Zebralette is an introduction to Zebra2’s powerful oscillators. Zebra2 can seem overwhelming at first glance, so we stripped it down to a single oscillator plus a few other features and created Zebralette, the little Zebra. Once you master Zebralette you can move up to Zebra2 with confidence. And your presets can come with you, as Zebralette presets can be opened in Zebra2.

But more than a teaching tool, Zebralette is an incredible sounding synth in its own right. Surrounding Zebra’s spectral oscillator with a few core modulation options and effects make Zebralette highly capable. With unsion options (think supersaw, but Zebralette is not limited to saw waves, so we refer to it as superwave), 16 voice polyphony and two different envelopes, you have everything needed to create some marvellously complex sounds.

Diminutive? Yes. Powerful? Yes.

Zebra oscillator
One oscillator may not seem like enough for a synthesizer, but Zebra2 oscillators are rather powerful and clever.

It resembles many other oscillators you may have used. You can choose a waveset from the included library, or use the waveform editor to draw your own shapes. Here is where things start to get interesting: The Waveform Editor manages up to 16 different waves and lets you rearrange, duplicate and morph between individual waves. Use one of modulation sources and the WaveWarp control to scan through the 16 waves and create unusual, dynamic sounds.

There are four drawing modes: GeoMorph, SpectroMorph, GeoBlend, SpectroBlend, each offering a different approach to creating and manipulating waveforms.

Using the two Geo modes you draw the waveform shape using up to 32 points, while the Spectro modes let you create the harmonic spectrum over 128 columns. When using WaveWarp to scan through the waveset, Morph alters the waveform, whereas Blend blends (crossfades) between adjacent waves.

• Apple OS X 10.9 or newer
• Windows 7 or newer
• Linux

Host software / DAW
• 1GB RAM, more recommended
• 50MB free disk space
• 1000 × 600 or larger display
Modern CPU required:
• Windows/Linux: Intel Nehalem or newer, AMD Bulldozer or newer
• Mac: Intel Nehalem or newer, Apple M1
• Linux: glibc version 2.28 or newer

Zebralette is not a standalone product, it requires host software. Zebralette is compatible with nearly all DAWs.

• AUv2, VST2, VST3, 64-bit only
• temporarily no AAX (read more)

• VST2, VST3, AAX*
• 32-/64-bit
* AAX requires Pro Tools 10.3.7 or later

Zebralette 2.9.3 (revision 12092)

Native M1 ARM support

• Native support for Apple Silicon chips (M1)
• Improved GUI performance (Mac only)
• Support for Oddsound MTS-ESP
• Improved handling of junction links on Windows
• Preset list scroll direction preference

Fixed Bugs:
• Fixed some old Zebralette presets not loading in Zebra2
• Fixed multiple things in preset browser
• Fixed crash when loading script presets (e.g. Randomizer)
• Fixed rare crash on project reload
• Fixed audio clicks when switching presets

Known Issues:
• Context menus need plugin focus to work (Apple issue)

Special Notes:
• AAX support on Mac removed temporarily (will come back in next update)
• Updated minimum requirements, CPU needs to support SSE4.2 instruction set
• Linux: minimum required glibc version is 2.28 (otherwise plugins won’t show up)
• macOS 32-bit support discontinued

U-he Protoverb v1.0.1 x64 x86 VST VST3 AU AAX WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] 0 (0)


Protoverb: prototype reverb
A natural sounding reverb based on the concept of a room simulator. Protoverb is an experimental researchware plug-in, developed to aid our research. Download and use it for free.

Feel it in the air

What is Protoverb?
Protoverb is an experimental room simulator reverb. Most algorithmic reverbs try to avoid resonances or model the reflections of sound from a room’s walls. Protoverb does the opposite. It builds up as many room resonances as possible, modelling the body of air in the room. No need to modulate or colour the signal. The result is a very natural sounding reverberation with interesting characteristics:
• Notes held for a longer time tend to build up resonance, as if the air takes a while to get excited
• Multiple instruments remain distinct, without disappearing in a wash
• When you play a short melody, the room seems to repeat a ghost echo of that melody

The text box at the bottom of Protoverb’s interface contains a text string made up of two random parts. The first half dictates the network structure, strategies for spatial layout and distribution of delay taps, strategies for finding useful delay lengths and so on. The second half is a seed for a pseudo-random number generator—used to set various parameters such as the average delay length, which prime number to choose (if any) etcetera.

You can either edit the text, or randomise each part independently using the buttons below the text box.

• Apple logoMac OS X 10.9 or newer
• Windows logoWindows 7 or newer
• Linux logoLinux

Host software / DAW
• 1GB RAM, more recommended
• 50MB free disk space
• 1000 × 600 or larger display

Modern CPU required:
• Windows/Linux: Intel Nehalem or newer, AMD Bulldozer or newer
• Mac: Intel Nehalem or newer, Apple M1
• Linux: glibc version 2.28 or newer

Protoverb is not a standalone product, it requires host software. Protoverb is compatible with nearly all DAWs.

• AUv2, VST2, VST3, 64-bit only
• temporarily no AAX

• VST2, VST3, AAX*
• 32-/64-bit
* AAX requires Pro Tools 10.3.7 or later

Protoverb 1.0.1 (revision 12092)

Native M1 ARM support

• Native support for Apple Silicon chips (M1)
• macOS Big Sur compatibility
• Improved GUI performance
• Improved handling of junction links on Windows
• Preset browser added
• Minor GUI fixes/tweaks
• Various Mac and Windows installer improvements
• System info displayed in GUI (revision, OS, plugin format)

Fixed Bugs:
• Fixed low level input signals potentially scratching on left channel
• Fixed crash in Bandlab Cakewalk when reloading a project using VST3
• Fixed rare crash on project reload
• Fixed audio clicks when switching presets
• Various framework fixes and improvements

Special Notes:
• Presets can only be saved in the user folder section
• AAX support on Mac removed temporarily (will come back in next update)
• Updated minimum requirements, CPU needs to support SSE4.2 instruction set
• Linux: minimum required glibc version is 2.28 (otherwise plugins won’t show up)
• macOS 32-bit support discontinued

The Windows installer was improved to prevent common installations issues. Please check the suggested installation paths during installation, making sure the update is Installed into the same location as the previous version, and all installed plugin formats are being updated.The factory preset library has been cleaned and sorted for this update. Files are replaced automatically on Mac.
Windows and Linux users, please consider removing the factory library folder before running the update installer.

Reaktor Sapphire Metasequencer by Yofiel 0 (0)


Originally sold on Heavens*onEarth, Sapphire has been widely acknowledged as the single most powerful MIDI sequencer instrument ever created. Many people have heard it create different musical phrases on the TV series ’30 Something, ‘ thinking it was a ‘real musician.’ Well, the composer simply set Sapphire up to generate different theme variations depending when he played only two notes.

Briefly, the ensemble’s 16 sequencer channels can intermodulate each other’s notes, velocity, clock rate, and/or bar patterns. Intermodulation can be clocked or single-stepped in layered, fugued, recursive, and 1-shot modes. Other abilities include note filtering and clipping, chord generation, note mapping to musical keys, input recording, MIDI I/O crossmapping, and clock jitter. note sequences to different instruments, and clock jitter control, on the B panelset.

Reaktor 5+ is required.

A2M real-time Audio to MIDI by beat bars 0 (0)

A2M detects the pitch of the audio and converts it into the corresponding MIDI notes in real time.

Thanks to this, you can play, e.g., the guitar, saxophone, or even sing, and simultaneously trigger sounds in virtual instruments (not only AU). These acoustic (or electric) instruments, or your voice, act as a MIDI controller.

A2M comes as an AU v3 plugin and as a standalone application (which is the AU host for this particular plugin).

The A2M is quite an unusual Audio Unit – it is both an audio effect and a MIDI effect. Due to its characteristics, it is something in between. On the one hand, it analyzes the input sound, just like any audio effect. On the other hand, it generates output MIDI events, just like any MIDI effect.


⁌ AUv3 plugin.

AU Hosts compatible with A2M Audio Unit:

  • Audiobus.
  • AUM.
  • apeMatrix.

A2M does not work as an AU plugin in GarageBand – on both iOS and MacOS.

A2M works (though imperfectly) as an AU plugin in Logic Pro (see below).

⁌ Standalone.

The standalone version works with all MIDI-compatible applications, including GarageBand (iOS and macOS) and Logic Pro. The app sends MIDI events via the virtual MIDI port. Active and inactive MIDI ports are available in the application settings in the MIDI Settings Outputs section.


⁌ Host:

  • Audio input buffer size.

The smaller the buffer, the higher the CPU load and the lower the latency.
A buffer less than 512 should only be set if you have a strong processor.
For A2M standalone applications, the buffer size is available in the application settings under Audio Settings Buffer Size.

⁌ Plugin:

  • Pitch recognition method.

A2M offers two popular algorithms.

Based on autocorrelation, the beat bars proprietary method.

– FFT (with parabolic interpolation).

– Gate Threshold and Input Gain
A2M works best when it only recognizes sounds at an appropriate volume level.

To eliminate unnecessary background noises, select the appropriate value:

  • Latency / Accuracy.

2 dashes (default) – the best compromise between accuracy and latency.
The higher the accuracy, the more of the CPU’s capacity is used and the longer the latency (as opposed to the audio buffer size settings):

  • Velocity Gain.

It allows you to select the appropriate volume of the virtual instrument itself.

Known limitations in the current version:

  • No polyphony.
  • No pitch bending.


  • macOS 11 Big Sur or later.
  • iOS 14 or later.