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JUCE Projects

A collection of projects made with the JUCE framework


  • JUCE

  • C++

  • VST

About this project

Since I first heard about JUCE I wanted to try it and learn how to make VST plugins, previously I have made VSTs using SynthEdit, but having a C++ framework means so much more flexibility.

My VST plugins are available for download at kvraudio.

Wave folder

The Wave folder is inspired by west coast modular synths like Buchla and Serge, where you instead of starting with a harsh waveform (Eg. square or saw) and filter it like on a subtractive synth, you instead start with a sine wave or triangle and distort it to get a harsher sound. This VST is folding a waveform in similar ways as serge or buchla modules but is not supposed to emulate them. The wave folder VST will sound harsh and digital and can be used on smoother sounds to add texture or be used on more complex sound sources and open the gates to the realms of heavy distortion and weird noise.

High treshold setting, waveform is not changed

Low treshold setting, the wave is folding.


As the name might imply, Gramophony is a Lo-Fi style effect. The effect is inspired by the sound of the band Boards of Canada who utilises vibrato, compression and filtering to get a Lo-Fi sound on their tracks. The gramophony VST is combining mild distortion, chorus/vibrato and band pass filtering. The goal is not to sound as an old gramphone player, but to sound cool, slightly out of tune and a little bit more dirty.


An easy to use reverb with only two knobs. When you crank the reverb into higher values it goes into a very long shimmering reverb and with smaller values it is a tame room or hall reverb. The effect is very versatile and it's easy to tweak, for the anyone who wants to quickly add a reverb, find a good sound and make awesome music.

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