The winning plugin from our 2018 contest is here, time to make some 'Noize'


Active Member
Jan 13, 2015
Hi all,

I work for a new plugin developer called 'Denise' and in the summer we launched a contest inviting producers to submit a plugin idea. The idea was to find a plugin idea that a producer had but was never able to build themselves. Well, we found one, developed it and tested it, and yesterday we released it.

The winner, Jamie Boyle (JNB), submitted his idea of the 'Noize' plugin. He wanted to see an adaptive control on a noise generator which followed the shape of an input source. Inspired by Ableton's Erosion plugin, Jamie wanted to add various types of noise like white, pink and brown noise to his basslines and drums, quickly, and without the need to add additional envelopes and routing to make it fit the shape of his sounds. We took his concept and the challenge to create the best adaptive, noise-generating plugin possible. We also visited the winner in Stockholm to discuss his music and plugin idea:

The plugin features the following highlights:

  • A switch to generate noise that adapts to the volume of your track, in real time.
  • Ability to solo the noise signal in order to apply additional effects like a bit crusher and flanger.
  • Full control of the noise envelope by tweaking the rise and fall time.
  • Five noise types: White, Brown, Violet, Pink and Blue.
  • Extremely low CPU usage.

Instructional video:

Get your copy from the website for only €19, or £16.80 (approx):

Nice one,
Joe protocol.
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