While the modules included with Voltage Modular cover a lot of ground, they’re by no means the end of the story. Integrated directly into the module browser, the Voltage Modular Store is already home to a healthy selection of add-on goodies by Cherry Audio themselves and premium effects plugin developers PSP Audioware, ranging in price from $10-50.
Most of the PSP modules are extracted from the company’s old-butstill-awesome Nitro multieffects plugin (9/10, 74), highlights including nitroPhaser, the nitroBQF dual parallel filter, nitroPitch pitchshifter, and nitroLoFi digital distortion. The influence of other PSP plugins can also be felt in the PSP Delay, Plate, Space, Spring, Chorus and Flanger modules.
Hopefully, having PSP onboard will draw other equally illustrious developers to the Store. It feels like early days, but the nitro series makes a great showcase for the potential of VM as a development platform. Indeed, you don’t have to be a big-name dev to get a look in, either, as anyone can make their own modules and submit them to Cherry Audio for potential placement in the Store. All you need is the Javabased Module Designer application, which costs $200 on the Cherry Audio website. Go for it!
Just look at those bad boys! PSP Audioware’s modules most definitely rock