Demo versions

Hematohm Windows VST 32-bit  v.1.47  (21-03-2016)
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Hematohm Windows VST 64-bit  v.1.47  (21-03-2016)
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Hematohm Windows RTAS 32-bit  v.1.47  (05-01-2016)
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Hematohm Windows AAX 64-bit  v.1.47  (21-03-2016)
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Hematohm Mac RTAS 32-bit  v.1.31  (02-12-2013)
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Hematohm Mac VST 32/64-bit  v.1.42  (02-12-2013)
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Hematohm Mac AU 32/64-bit  v.1.42  (02-12-2013)
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Hematohm Mac AAX 64-bit  v.1.48  (17-11-2016)
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Please note that demo versions will operate properly for about 7 hours of use. Beyond this time, noise creeps will be heard progressively.
MIDI is not supported either on these.

Standalone versions

Standalone versions are fully operational without any limitation. We recommend that you use these to test MIDI-related features.

Hematohm Windows 32-bit  v.1.47  (21-03-2016)
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Vintage formats (free)

We offer some plugin formats that are no longer supported. Feel free to use them!

Hematohm Win DX 32-bit  v.1.28  (02-12-2013)
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Hematohm Win WA 32-bit  v.1.22  (02-12-2013)
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Hematohm BeOS VST 32-bit  v.1.11  (02-12-2013)
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Martin Gore

I'm a fan of your twisted Ohm minds.

Depeche Mode


Jacknife Lee

[Ohm Force plugins] are part of my arsenal. The synth plugins are superb. Fat and organic. The distortions and filters are some of the most intuitive and enjoyable I've yet come across.

Grammy award producer w/ U2, REM, Bloc Party, Weezer


Jordan Rudess

I can't stop playing with these effects!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [...] Thank you for making a synthesizer that has me joyously bewildered!

Dream Theater


Stuart Price

I started with Frohmage [...] and then gradually bought the rest. My favourites are OhmBoyz, Predatohm and now Symptohm, but I use them all...

Grammy award producer, w/ Coldplay, Madonna, etc.


Russ Russel

I'm really diggin Ohmicide - It's like listening to the noises I've been having in my head for years. [...] It'll be my default weapon of attack from now on.

Producer, w/ Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir, etc.


Eddie Bazil

I must say, I love this particular filter [Quad Frohmage] as it is manic but it can also be used to create subtle textures. (from 'The Art of Drum Layering')

Programmer, producer, author, owner of Samplecraze