I’m happy to announce the update of my two MT2 emulations based on the Audio Toolkit and JUCE. It is available on Windows (VST3) and macOS (min. 10.11, x86_64 and ARM64, VST3 and AUv3). The main change is a proper Audio Unit v3 support and native M1 build.

These plugins require the universal runtime on Windows, which is automatically deployed with Windows update (see this discussion on the JUCE forum). If you don’t have it installed, please check Microsoft website.

On MacOS, you need to run the application that gets installed with the plugins to register the Auv3.

Direct link for ATK MT2 packages and the source code.

Direct link for ATK MTB packages and the source code.


I’m please to announce an update to my preamplifiers. They have been ported to use JUCE instead of WD-OL which will help rebuilding them more easily.

Currently only the Windows version (VST3 32bits and 64bits) has been updated and is available on GitHub here for the bass preamp and here for the guitar preamp.

ATKGuitarPreamp 2.0
ATKGuitarPreamp 2.0
ATKBassPreamp 2.0
ATKBassPreamp 2.0

The MacOS version will be out soon (hopefully) while I sort out hardware issues!


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