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I've been using Vox plugs since June 2006 and have purchased many different others since then, but I tend to gravitate right back to Voxformer, Crunchessor, and Span.  Thanks Aleksey.
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I have had a 'bedroom studio' for the last few years and when it came time to look for mixing and mastering tools outside of Logic's own I did a lot of research into the different brands on the market.  Voxengo's was a name consistently associated with high praise.  Having bought numerous plug-ins from you I attest to the robustness, usability, elegance and effectiveness of the Voxengo tools and the audible improvements they made to my music.  The price, when looking at that of the competition, seems pretty cheap.

I use Crunchessor (powerful all-purpose compressor), Drumformer (great results) and Voxformer, Varisaturator, GlissEQ and HarmoniEQ and the smaller ones, like StereoTouch (so good), Warmifier (very subtle when used correctly) and LF Max Punch (instantly rewarding).  When I master I always use CurveEQ (brilliant design), Soniformer and Elephant.

As an amateur, it's hard for me to appreciate just how good these plug-ins are, because I've not tried a lot of the comparable tools from other companies, but as Voxengo always does the job in the way I want, I've no desire to look for any replacements.  When I used Elephant, I knew I wouldn't need another limiter; it doesn't add any colour to the mix and it's incredibly powerful.  The entire mix is simply elevated, louder, with no apparent negatives.  The only one I have no idea how to use is Soniformer, but the presets are really solid, so I don't feel the need to investigate further.

The saturation, EQ and compressors in Voxformer helped me fully realise what my voice could be.  I had no idea my vocals could sound so full and warm until I used it, and now my singing has matured to match that sound so well that I don't even need to dump loads of effects anymore, just any quick preset on the Voxformer and there you go: thicker, sunnier, glowing.

I'm so stoked I came across this site, and I will definitely get the Polysquasher in the sale this summer.

Rowland Wells, London


Using Voxformer with me talking into a $35US Audio Technica AT2005USB USB dynamic microphone in a room with no sound dampening, 18 inches (45.72 cm) away from the fans on my computer work station, with the air conditioning unit 12 feet (3.6576 meters) running and blowing directly on me and the recording/sound quality was incredible!  I placed the recording on Soundcloud. Hear the results
Arlee Carson


If you could see my list of vst plugins and dxi plugins of every brand I have to choose from you wouldn't believe it.  When trying to make a choice as to what to use when processing a track or mix, I would usually turn to the most expensive and name brand plugins in my arsenal.  One day I noticed I was turning more to Voxengo plugins.  When I was auditioning various plugins to find the most usable processing for a particular track, I found myself time after time returning to Voxengo plugins, and for goodness sakes, these were the free plugins.  I remember one day the light went on and I thought," you know what?  These are very good plugins!" I have been engineering for nearly 35 years and now that I have my own personal studio, I will always audition Vorengo plugins first, why waste valuable time trying anything else.
Jackie Dixon


I just use few plugins for do my works and Now i using Voxformer for my work's.It make my work's easy and also it's easy to learn.So i highly recommend Voxformer is one of the best VST plugin I ever use.Thanks so much for such a great product!



This thing is awesome!!  First the 2 compressors work well and easy to dial in quickly.  The desser is really good especially when using the spoken word in a recording as well.  The eq is gentle, but power and filled with clarity.  I just bought it tonight and can see this will be a real go to… You don’t have to have a PHD in that everything is simple and straightforward.  Yes, and the oversampling is crazy good.  I look forward to using this more in the future..  Any doubts DEMO it, but have your wallet real close by you’re going to need it.
Neil Skipworth


I'm using this on Linux (kxStudio 16.04 64bit) via the WinVST adaptor.  Finally a way to run VSTs in a very stable way.  Well, not all VSTs, but all from Voxengo that I use so far.

The Voxformer turned out to be my bread & butter workhorse.  On pretty much all vocals I mix, I use the Voxformer compressor and de-esser.  Since I do mostly live recordings, I got plenty of not-so-optimal SM58 and alike mics, which may also benefit from the Presence function in Voxformer.

I also use it on bass and drums sometimes, depending on my needs.  Overall, I must say now that I found a way to run Voxengo plugins on Linux reliably, the Voxformer is the best vocal channel you can get for the price.

Niels Ott


As good as waves NLS with the option to design console saturation, tube harmonics and Tube Grit and distortion, this is THE CONSOLE EMULATOR, it is what lampthruster was trying to achieve which I still have and use often.  The sound is Exceptional and I rate voxengo FX as an alternative for musical enthusiasts who cant afford the big name FX, but voxengo FX are even better than some of the "suggested by pros" FX vsts and give many a run for their money.  Soniformer 3 is the best processor for mastering I have ever used with the only downside being the processor hit and it has an excellent vintage tape vibe
BW33


Having bought voxformer I slapped it on a vocal track of my current project.  And it worked out fine.  Funny thing is that from now on my mouse pointer kind of automatically moves to voxformer when vocal tracks are involved in ANY project.  As soon as voxformer is inserted on slot 1 I sort of I relax, twiddle the EQ, turn on the one-knob compressor and - like magic - most of the work is done ... fast and efficient.  Having a good starting point on the vocals I can concentrate creative part of mixing.  Meanwhile voxformer starts sneaking into my guitar tracks, etc.

Thanks for such a great tool!

Dr.  Max, Germany


I am using quite a few of your plugins as bus masters for film & TV sound post.  Elephant after Polysquasher is fantastic to envelope the final mix and peak limiter for broadcast specs.  Voxformer is an excellent way to control and punch vocals without sounding over processed.  Soniformer is my preferred plugin for music pre mix stems but until recently, I wasn't quite happy with a compressor for FX stem control, but the new Drumformer is perfect for this.

HarmoniEQ and GlissEQ are both really useful to enhance without fatigue and also interesting EQs to use on denoised material.  Great plugins and so reasonable priced.  They work perfectly in my Fairlight host.

Michael Gissing , Digital City Studios, Australia.