- Birds Noise — is an easy-to-use virtual effect plug-in for Windows which adds the sound and atmosphere of alive nature to your recordings: birdsongs, bird trills, twittering, chirping etc. The purpose of the plug-in is to add sounds produced by birds such as nightingales, sparrows, crows, thrushes, larks, starlings, goldfinches, siskins and many other in their natural habitat.
- Tape Noise — is an easy-to-use virtual effect plug-in for Windows which adds the sound and atmosphere of analog recordings to your tracks and mixes. The purpose of the plug-in is to add real sounding analog noises from different sources. For this goal, Tape Noise has 21 delicious tape noise profiles, sampled from actual magnetic tapes, compact cassettes and reels such as TDK D-C60, Maxell XLII-S, DENON RD50, BASF chromdioxide super II, etc.
- Urban Noise — is an easy-to-use virtual effect plug-in for Windows which mix the sounds of the urban atmosphere with your recordings. The purpose of the plug-in is to add sounds typically inherent to the big city. For this goal, Urban Noise has 21 sound profiles, including the sound of car noise, crowd noise, bar ambience, subway sounds and much more other.
- Industrial Noise — is an easy-to-use virtual effect plug-in for Windows which adds the sound of different mechanisms, machines and technical devices to your recordings. The purpose of the plug-in is to add sounds typically found in various industries, plants and factories. It has 21 sound profiles, including the sound of motors, pumps, fans, tools, and machines and much more other.
- Ambient Nature Noise — is an easy-to-use virtual effect plug-in for Windows which adds the sound and atmosphere of alive and lifeless nature to your recordings. It has 21 built-in sound profiles, including the sound of birds, insects, bats, trees and other flora and fauna, and the sounds of lifeless nature such as sound of waterfall and rain, wash, fire crackling and much more other.
- Analog Noise — is an easy-to-use virtual effect plug-in for Windows which adds the sound and atmosphere of analog recordings to your tracks and mixes. It has 21 built-in sound profiles, including the sound of magnetic tape with various coverings, the sound of vinyl records, and the sound of the signal of various tube and transistor devices, such as Hammond Sounder, Moog Liberation, Akai Ax-73, JVC MI-5000, etc.
- Wowcoder — is an easy-to-use virtual effect plug-in for Windows that recreates a classical 16-band digital vocoder. It has nice and simple GUI, advanced possibilities for timbre adjustment such as direct drawing of vocoder's frequency response, built-in effect section with ability to chaining five different effects and built-in preset manager.
- Vocotron — Vocotron is a VST instrument plug-in for Windows that combines the functions of a sampler and vocoder. Vocotron’s keyboard is divided into two key zones, like on the classic Mellotron and Chamberlin “samplers”. However, the zone’s functions are slightly different: the left side reproduces samples and is a modulator for the integrated vocoder, and the right side sets the tone, it is the carrier for the vocoder. The heart of Vocotron is a high precision 32-band vocoder with a frequency range from 100 Hz to 16 KHz. In order to fine-tune the tone, you can tweak the bandwidth as well as the level of each of the 32 frequency bands.
- Reese Machine — is a monophonic subtractive synthesizer optimized for creating deep, rich, vibrating bass for various kinds of electronic music, especially Drum’n’Bass, Speed Garage, Techstep, etc.
- Stereo Enhancer — freeware stereo enhancer and mono to stereo converter.
- Harmonaut — freeware virtual instrument that implements an additive synthesis with 32 drawable harmonics.
- FM-Four — freeware virtual instrument that recreates a classical four operator FM synthesis. Generates wide range of timbres that are rich in harmonics.
- The Bleep Drums — free drumkit sample pack based on sounds from Bleep' synthesizer. A good choice for chiptune music or to add some vintage 8bit sounds in your tracks.
- Lo-Fizer — is a Easy-to-use virtual effect plug-in for Windows designed to add some nice lo-fi effects to your recordings for a variety of artistic techniques. It has 10 lo-fi devices which are decorated in a rack units. You can combine up to 4 devices in the rack. With just a few clicks you can select a combination of effects and create the desired sound.
- Vinyl — is a freeware virtual effect plug-in that emulates the sounds of old vinyl players.
- Bleep' — is a freeware virtual synthesizer which inspired by the sound of MOS Technology SID.
- Pedals — yet another freeware guitar amp and effects processor with a more than 30 different devices.
- Get Lost, Singer! — is an virtual effect plug-in which allows you to remove vocals from songs. It works on the principle of "central channel subtraction", where singer's voice is usually located. In addition, the plug-in is able to preserve bass and drums, which are also often located in the center of the stereo space and may suffer along with the voice.
- Bend Box — is a software synthesizer that emulates a circuit-bending device. Can be useful for making experiments and for creating various noise FX. All knobs can be tweaked manually or thru easily assignable MIDI controllers. MIDI Automation is also available. With Bend Box you can get wide range of noises: from the soft gurgling to ringing grinding, or even strange melodical timbres.