OZ-Soft Xpander v1.0.0 x64 VST WiN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)


The Xpander FX plugin is a combination of Stereo Widener, Unison Detuner, Chorus, Ensemble and EQ. The GUI is divided in 3 sections to keep it plain and simple. However not to be fooled by the simple looks, as it harnesses great power under the hood.

Expand your stereo image. Transform the lifeless thin sounds into warm and rich sounding tones. Mono to stereo, stereo to super-wide and everything in between. Combined with its impressive Unisono FX It’s like transforming a dead wasteland into a lively and vivid jungle.

With the Xpander you’re in control of your sounds. Create that natural sounding stereo image you’re looking for. Not only is it easy to spread out narrow-sounding sounds but you can also create new sounds in combination with the modulation tools.

You will hear the difference right away when using the Unisono effect of the Xpander. Layer those sounds to make it massive. Use the detune to amplify the unison effect to its maximum. Create real freaky sounds/effects with it.

It’s not limited to mono tones as it’s incredibly useful with giving your sounds the final touch. Use the build-in EQ to get that last bit of oomph your sounds need.


U-he BeatZille v1.0.2 x64 x86 VST VST3 AU AAX WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] 0 (0)


Beatzille: little monster
Beatzille is a compact version of our monster modular synthesizer Bazille. Although its condensed feature set makes it the ‘little brother’, Beatzille is still an engaging and capable synthesizer. Power and style run in the family. Digital oscillators, analogue-style filter and flexible patching will keep you busy for a good while before thinking about tackling Bazille.

• Modular architecture
• 2 digital oscillators with simultaneous frequency modulation (FM), phase distortion (PD) and fractal resonance (FR)
• Polyphonic (up to 8 voices), duophonic (split oscillator pitches), legato or retriggered monophonic
• Pitch transpose, drift and glide control
• 1 multimode analogue-style filter with 6 parallel outputs (4× lowpass, bandpass, highpass)
• 2 ADSR envelopes with sustain slope (fall/rise) and 5 trigger modes
• 1 LFO with 3 parallel outputs with various waveforms
• 16-step sequencer with 8 morphable snapshots. 4 output sockets for parallel sequences, envelope triggers and more
• 2 multiplex units for mixing, crossfades, ring modulation or amplitude modulation
• Built-in stereo delay with tape wow, feedback and damping filters
• 1 mapping generator (waveshaper / incrementer)
• Audio-rate signal processors: inverter, rectifier, sample & hold, dual lag generator and quantizer
• White and pink noise generators
• MIDI modulation sources include modwheel, velocity, breath, pressure, key follow, gate and more
• Single-page interface
• Skinnable UI
• Resizable UI from 70% to 200%
• Global preferences page
• MIDI learn overlay and editable MIDI CC list
• Over 160 factory presets
• NEW in v1.0.2: Support for Oddsound MTS-ESP

Small and mighty
Striking the balance between too much and too little, Beatzille is the happy medium. It presents an introduction to modular synthesis and a taste of the power of Bazille without being overwhelming.

Beatzille’s oscillators embrace two digital synthesis methods developed during the 1980s: frequency modulation (FM) and phase distortion (PD). We also added a process we call fractal resonance (Fractalize), which sounds similar to the classic oscillator sync effect when swept.

All three synthesis methods run simultaneously, so you can combine them to create an extensive range of sounds. Beatzille is great at generating weird modular blips and squeaks, but you can even coax soft pads and organic keys from the oscillators—as demonstrated by the factory library. Add modulation for even more sound possibilities.

The filter is a favourite in the sound designer’s toolkit. Cut frequencies, boost others, add texture and colour. Beatzille’s analogue-style filter complements the digital oscillators, providing warmth and drive. And its self-oscillation capability opens up some intriguing sound design opportunities.

Even with a single filter Beatzille offers plenty of creative horizons. The six parallel outputs (highpass, bandpass and four types of lowpass) with multiple modulation options make it easy to create complex, shifting textures.

Beatzille has only one built-in effect, but it’s good one: stereo delay with optional host sync. Push your sound around in space with independent delay times and volumes for each channel. Conjure ghostly echoes using tape-like wobble and filtering or set up endless repetitions. Tweak all controls to find the perfect delay.

Release notes:

Beatzille 1.0.2 (revision 12092)

Native M1 ARM support

• Native support for Apple Silicon chips (M1)
• macOS Big Sur compatibility
• Improved GUI performance
• Support for Oddsound MTS-ESP
• Improved handling of junction links on Windows
• VST3 support added
• Improved preset browser
• Improved soundset installation
• Pitch Bend range now +/-48
• Minor GUI fixes/tweaks
• Various Mac and Windows installer improvements
• System info displayed in GUI (revision, OS, plugin format)
• Hold pedal behaviour improved (0-63 = off, 64-127 = on)
• Ctrl A/B replaces fixed Breath and Expression modulation
• Changed how LFO Wave and LFO Phase influence envelope triggering

Fixed Bugs:
• Fixed multiple sequencer issues
• Fixed multiple issues with envelope triggering via LFO and sequencer
• Fixed notes starting on same time stamp but different MIDI channel might not play
• Fixed LFO in sync mode being too slow on its first cycle
• Fixed mapping generator not updating instantly
• Fixed multiplex potentially killing audio output
• Fixed crash when loading script presets (e.g. Randomizer)
• Fixed rare crash on project reload
• Fixed audio clicks when switching presets
• Various small fixes and improvements

Known Issues:
• Context menus need plugin focus to work (Apple issue)
• Cable style “natural” can cause GUI glitches

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

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.

Envelope triggering via LFO and sequencer was reworked in order to fix multiple bugs in this area. This means some presets might not sound as intended anymore. We therefore recommend to finish ongoing projects before updating to the new version. Please refer to the “Patch Conversion Tips” file to get more info on how to adjust your presets.


Tonelib GFX Lite by Tonelib[IOS] 0 (0)


30-Day: 6329; 7-Day: 860; Yesterday: 68

With TL GFX Lite, you get a complete pocket-size guitar processor. Get access to massive collection of realistic sounding effects and amps right on your portable device.

ToneLib GFX Lite is a collection of guitar amps, speaker cabinets, and effects that let you easily turn your portable device into a powerful guitar and bass processor. With a massive collection of guitar effects and amps that fully captures the sound of their simulated equivalents, you can create a unique guitar tone and take it with you – to rehearsal, gig, or jam session.

A complete set of essential guitar amps and effects.

ToneLib GFX Lite provides its users with a set of 5 amplifiers that are suitable for creating a guitar tone for almost any musical genre. In addition, ToneLib GFX Lite includes 18 various effects, 12 speaker cabinet simulations, 5 built-in guitar cabinet impulses and 3 bass cabinet impulses.

High quality realistic sound at low CPU load.

All ToneLib GFX gear is precision-modeled based on actual circuit diagrams of highly-sought-after, real-world products. The oversampling is auto-adjusted to your session’s sample rate to save valuable CPU power while providing the most transparent sound possible.

Fully equipped workspace for guitar practice.

Among other things, ToneLib GFX Lite provides all the tools you need to organize your guitar practice routine: from a high-precision tuner to a full-featured rhythm player that includes both a variety of metronomes and a drum machine, with a huge number of recorded drum parts covering most musical genres.

Key Features:

• Intuitive and user-friendly interface.

• high-precision modeling based on actual circuit diagrams of highly-sought-after real-world products.

• 5 amps, 18 effects and 20 cab sims.

• Possibility to create parallel effect chains with the Splitter tool.

• Ultra-low latency, virtually undetectable for real-time playing.

• Low CPU power consumption in all operating modes.

• The number of effects in the chain is limited only by the capabilities of the device.

• Drag-and-drop effects in the chain for easy tone creation.

• 128 slot advanced built-in preset browser.

• Built-in high-precision tuner.

• Built-in flexible metronome and rhythm player.

• 99 pre-recorded drum loops of different music genres.

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