Voxengo SPAN v3.12 WiN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)


SPAN is a free real-time “fast Fourier transform” audio spectrum analyzer AAX, AudioUnit, and VST plugin for professional sound and music production applications.

SPAN provides you with a very flexible “mode” system which you can use to setup your spectrum analyzer preferences. You may specify Fourier block size in samples, FFT window overlap percentage, spectrum’s visual slope. Beside that you can choose to display secondary spectrum of a desired type (e.g. real-time maximum, all-time maximum). Spectrum can be smoothed out visually for an easier examination.

SPAN features:
– Output signal power statistics
– Spectrum smoothing
– User interface window resizing
– Clipping statistics
– Correlation meter
– EBU R128 LUFS/LU metering
– K-metering
– Stereo and multi-channel analysis
– Mid/side analysis
– Internal channel routing
– Channel grouping
– Preset manager
– Undo/redo history
– A/B comparisons
– Contextual hint messages
– All sample rates support
– Retina and HighDPI support


Kit Plugins Burier v2.0 x64 VST3 AU AAX WiN MAC [FREE] 0 (0)


Burier is one bad*ss saturation and filter plugin designed to “bury” a wide array of instruments, busses, and FX. It’s equipped with a seriously savage saturation stage followed by a pair of resonant low- and high-cut filters for optimal tonal shaping. Burier also includes output attenuation and wet/dry mix controls.

The filters have a 12 dB per octave slope and are IIR (Infinite Impulse Responses) featuring a TPT (topology-preserving transform) structure. Their behavior is based on the analog SVF (state-variable filter) circuit, which is a second-order RC active filter.

Burier runs the gamut from safe, light overdrive that would make your mother proud; to hard, punchy, soul-crushing saturation that might get you evicted. Slap it on drums, bass, synths, guitars, vocals, and more!

• Saturation circuit ranges from subtle to full-on savage
• Includes a pair of resonant low- and high-cut filters for optimal tonal shaping
• Filters have a 12 dB per octave slope and are IIR (infinite impulse responses) featuring a TPT (topology-preserving transform) structure
• Works wonders on a wide array of source material — drums, bass, vocals, synths, guitars, and more
• Helps tame digital transients and harshness to maximize loudness and fullness
• Includes output attenuation and wet/dry mix controls for parallel processing
• Features HD-enhanced 3D graphics, blue, red, and black color options, and fully resizable GUI

• 4 GB RAM and 4 GB free disk space
• macOS 10.11 or later (Intel only, M1 not natively supported yet)
• Apple M1 (ARM-based) processors are not tested yet
• Windows 7 (64-bit only) or Windows 10
• 64-bit operating system
• Intel i3 or later
• AMD Quad-Core (Windows)

• VST3 (Steinberg Virtual Studio Technology 3)
• AU (macOS Audio Unit)
• AAX (Avid Audio Extension)
• compatible with all major DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) that support the formats mentioned above
• supports mono and stereo signals
• Plugindoctor not tested or supported
• VST3 not compatible with Blue Cat Patchwork (use AU instead)


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.


MIDI-Transformer by Austen 0 (0)


MIDI-Transformer is a simple VST plugin that allows you to transform and reroute incoming MIDI signals.


To use the plugin, place it somewhere in your VST chain and select an input source from the top-left dropdown, as well as an output destination from the top-right dropdown.

During playback, the plugin works as follows:

  1. Reads incoming MIDI values from the selected input source.
  2. Transforms those values using the specified transformation curve.
  3. Outputs the transformed values according to the selected output destination.

For example, if the input source was set to CC2 and the output source was set to CC3, the plugin would read all incoming CC2 values, transform them, and then output the transformed values as CC3 messages.

The plugin’s GUI will show a vertical line along the curve to indicate the last input value that was captured, and how it was transformed.

Editing the curve

  • Move a node by clicking and dragging.
  • Add a node by double clicking anywhere along the curve.
  • Delete a node by right clicking on it.
  • Change a node’s curve type by double clicking on it.
    This will cycle between the three curve types:

    • Linear (default).
    • Quadratic
    • Cubic

When a node’s curve type is set to Quadratic, it will have one attached handle. When set to Cubic, it will have two attached handles. Moving these handles around allows you to modify the shape of the curve more precisely.


The plugin’s state will be saved and managed automatically by the DAW. There is currently no built-in preset manager.