Serum is a synthesizer I started 10 years ago and is almost complete. Official announcement is "moments" away! There are some teasers on the xferrecords facebook page made by beta testers. Xfer customers will get the first chance to try the demo, in the registered user forums very soon!
LFOTool is an FX utility plug-in for VST and AudioUnit hosts for both Mac OS X and Windows. A veritable swiss-army-knife. It empowers music producers and mix engineers a multitude of MIDI-triggered and/or tempo-synchronized effects. The most popular uses of LFOTool are for sidechain-compression simulation/ducking, autopan, trance-gate, phaser/flanger/comb filter FX.
LFOTool 1.2 adds the following abilities:
• ProTools AAX Support, both 32 and 64 (PT10 and 11)
• Filter frequency plot display, when mouse is over filter section.
LFOTool 1.1 has a slew of new features and improvements, including:
added: 81 new Filter Types (Ladder filters/SVF-II, morphing filters/flangers/phases/combs/ring-mod/EQ/more).
added: dry/wet for all filter types, drive and variation controls.
added: 'playable' filter cutoff from MIDI notes (enable Pitch>Cutoff option in MIDI panel).
added: Envelope mode - for re-triggering the graph by MIDI, but to have it play once and stop, just like an envelope.
added: sync timing offset (very left, in middle of GUI) for adjusting for unreported sync latency (e.g. Ableton Live).
Customers - Be sure to go to the Nerve registered user forum to get the latest v1.01, free as always!
it brings hundreds of improvements over the (very old) version 1.0 -
here is just some of the additional features:
support for OS X 10.7 (Lion)
added: type-able values by double-clicking on knobs/sliders/number boxes.
added: mixer view
added: drag and drop MIDI score to host
added: drag-and-drop pad to host (source wave)
added: drag-and-drop oneshot exported to wav file (with precalc FX)
added: drag-and-drop renders mix of output 1-2 to track
LFOTool is an FX utility plug-in for both Macintosh OS X® and Windows®. It empowers music producers to create tremolo, auto-pan, trance-gate, side-chain compressor simulation, and dubstep-type wobble effects with minimal effort.