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Unify (Standard Edition)

Unify v1.8 is now available!

Watch the V1.8 Video to see the update in action!

We have just Unified the Yamaha TX816 Factory Patches – Download the library down the Page in the “Unified Libraries” section!

Unify 1.8 is here and it is the most refined and polished version we have EVER released! New Update includes – RANDOM Patch Selection! Color on the keyboard to show key ranges for drum kits, splits and more – Search has been overhauled to now be able to search and display Categories/Tabs/Comments for just a specific library instead of always searching ALL libraries – 

Many other refinements + small fixes included too!

Unify Change Log with details on what was updated in 1.8

Online manual if you wish to read details about all things Unify

Please scroll down the page to see the list of all the libraries available for Unify

We also offer a FREE DEMO VERSION of Unify so you can try before buying if you wish. Everything works (saving is disabled, it can’t load any of our libraries, just play select patches from our factory content and scan your plug-ins to confirm how cool it is to layer multiple plug-ins you own inside of Unify!) The demo version will quit after 15 min of use. You can restart it again if you wish.

Anybody can now get the Updater download from either logging into your account or from our Distributer partner Ilio’s download links:

Listen to the audio demos, watch the patch and interface walk thru videos (as well as other support videos) and you will be inspired with what YOU can create after adding this amazing plug-in instrument to your toolkit!

Say hello to a NEW WAY of working with Plug-ins of all types! Unify can work with MIDI Effects, Instruments and Audio Effects in super creative fun ways. Unify Comes in VST (technically known as VST2), VST3 and Standalone for PC and Mac (Mac version also includes an Audio Unit version of Unify). One of the cool things with Unify is that any format of plug-in can load other formats of plug-ins – meaning the Audio Unit version can easily load VST3 and VST plug-ins while you’re using it in Logic Pro X (which doesn’t know what to do with VST or VST3 plug-ins). We talked to a number of small (like us) developers who have made some rather amazing free plug-ins in the last 20 years and received their blessing to include their plug-ins and audio effects – along with our own Guru Sample Player and 14 Effects we built ourselves so that Unify ships with 400 ready-to-play patches when you install it.

BEFORE you even start loading your own plug-ins! That puts Unify in a totally different class than any other multi-plugiin: we include 6 Instrument and 40 effect plug-ins that John “Skippy” Lehmkuhl used to make the 400 patches that come with Unify. From simple to complex and everything in-between PLUS Laurent “AIRWAVE” Veronnez was able to add 30 additional Patches that push the limit on what Unify can do even farther than Skippy did. It’s breathtaking what has been created here. I spent 1+ year making this with Shane Dunne (the programmer of all the code in Unify) and I am still in awe at what we have created.

New Libraries for Unify: Libraries that require ONLY Unify to work:

UniChill V1 UniChill V1 is an AWESOME chill oriented library created by Matthias Sauer and John Lehmkuhl. 260 patches of pure bliss for your musical adventures that require only Unify to work! Over 100 BPM Patches (Basses, Pads, Drum grooves, Keys and more!) plus 160 patches of Bass, Guitar, Keys, Lead, Pads and Plucks! While aimed at Chill, these sounds are useful in virtually any modern music genre.

CloudCity V1 CloudCity V1 contains Steel Tongue Drums (x2), 4 Urban style Hip Hop drum kits, 30 Percussion Instruments (multiple samples), Sub Basses, Granular Pads, Wind and environmental sound effects, Samples + phrases from Sunny Heartly playing custom built Native American flutes, Vocal Chops and more! A complete EDM/Dance/Chill/Ambient library. S

kippy’s BigBad Beats 300+ Recycled Drum Grooves created 20 years ago – still sounding awesome today! Also includes the grooves as audio loops.

UniScream 2020 (FREE) Uniscream is a community programmed Sample + Patch library that is free for Unify. A Pipe Organ, screams (or course!), incredible drum and metallic hit samples recorded while in a huge mine, a pipe organ and so much more. Any day can be turned spooky with this library! Libraries that require using an additional Plug-In to work:

DiscoverStation for the BBC Symphony Orchestra plug-in by Spitfire Audio A very special library where we use the incredible capabilities of Unify to layer all 5 of the Strings section (or brass section or woodwind section or all 3 at once + more) across the keyboard so you can play the entire BBC Symphony Orcehestra in real-time! Tons of MIDI Files give MIDIBox a chance to show off what a single MIDI file containing 1 note played in whatever rhythm chosen can turn into an entire string section in one of many BPM patches.

Airwave Melodic Techno for the Serum plug-in by XferRecords 245 Patches for Unify and 133 patches for Serum (378 Patches total!) This library pushes Serum into new territory! Listen to the demos to hear what it is like when multiple instances of Serum (up to 8 in some cases) are running to make the entire groove of a huge mind blowing dance track – all in realtime and thanks to Unify’s multi-core management! Synthesis never sounded SO GOOD!

UNIFIED Libraries a Unified Library is where we save out each factory patch from a specific Plug-In in Unify format. This way you can easily combine any of the patches from ANY libraries you have to make new sounds. Instead of opening up a plug-in Interface to load patches, they are all there in Unify format. Right+Click to load ANY Patch into your existing patch to create a more complex PATCH!! Once you’ve start doing this – it becomes something you’ll do all of the time and wonder why no other plug-ins work this easily! In order to use these Unified Patches, you need to own the specific Plug-In, Unify and have for the most part the VST2 version of this plug-in added to Unify’s “Known PlugIn” list so the patches will load without error. Some PlugIns only come with a VST3 plug-in, so that is the format we support in those cases.

Master List of the our 54 Unified Libraries:

Applied Acoustic Systems Chromaphone 3

ART Tube Synth (NEW!)

Arturia Augmented Strings Intro (NEW!)

Arturia Pigments 3.5 MPE Enabled

Arturia Pigments 3.5 NOT MPE Enabled

BrainWorx Knifonium

BrainWorx Oberhausen 1.5 (NEW!)

Cherry Audio CA2600 C

Cherry Audio’s DC-106

Cherry Audio Eight Voice

Cherry Audio’s Memorymode

Cherry Audio Polymode

Cherry Audio’s PS-20

Cherry Audio Quadra 

Decent Sampler 

Dmitry Saches Diversion

Dmitry SachesPlugIn Alliance Thorn

GForce impOSCar 2

GForce MiniMonsta

GForce OB-E (Macro Knobs Updated for V2, doesn’t include V2 patches (yet))

GForce VSM (Virtual String Module)

Gospel Musicians FM TiNES 2

Impact Sound Works Harpejji Sample Library– Kontakt 6

Kilohearts Phase Plant FACTORY

Kilohearts Phase Plant “Gratis”  BONUS Free Library

Klevgrand Borsta

Korg M1 (1750 Patches) NEW!!

Korg Prophecy

Korg Wavestate

Lennar Digital Sylenth1

Martininc AX73 Analog Synthesizer MAC

Martininc AX73 Analog Synthesizer PC

MOK Miniraze


New Fangled Audio/Eventide Generate

New Fangled Audio/Eventide Pendulate – FREE SYNTH  LINK

Native Instruments Noire – Kontakt 6

Nylon Sky Sonic Extension for Omnisphere 2

Oblivion Sound Lab Hex Drum

Reveal-Sound Spire 1.5

Rhizomatic’s Plasmonic –  uses VST3 format

Rob Papen Punch 2

Softube Model 82 Uses VST3 format  NEW!!

Sonic Charge Microtonic

Spitfire LABS Unified (Updated 2/6)

Spitfire ORG Cimbalom Unified

Spitfire ORG Cinematic Pads Unified

Spitfire ORG Cinematic Percussion Unified

Spitfire ORG Epic Brass n Woodwinds Unified

Spitfire ORG Epic Strings Unified

Spitfire ORG Felt Piano Unified

Spitfire ORG Frozen Strings Unified

Spitfire ORG Intimate Grand Piano (NEW!!)

Spitfire ORG Intimate Strings

Spitfire ORG Media Toolkit Unified

Spitfire ORG Mrs Mills Piano Unified

Spitfire Audio Recording – Hainbach – Landfill Totems

Spitfire Audio Signatures – Fink Acoustic Guitars (NEW!)

Surge Original, not JUCE version – FREE SYNTH – Uses VST3 Format – LINK

Synapse Audio Dune 3

Synapse Audio Dune 3.5

Synapse Audio’s Obsession



Tone2 Icarus 2

Tone2 Nemesis 2

Tone2 SAURUS 3 (VST2)

Tone2 Warlock – uses VST3 format

U-He Bazille


U-He Hive 2.1

U-He’s Repro-1 and Repro-5

U-He Zebra2

U-He Zebra2 HZ

UVI Falcon 2.5

UVI Falcon Quadra Muted and Harmonics

UVI Workstation Quadra Muted and Harmonics (The UVI Workstation is FREE, The UVI Workstation is Quadra is not)

Waldorf Largo

Xfer Records SERUM

Yamaha TX816 Factory Patches (only need Unify to play!) – Final Version

PlugInGuru Libraries that come with Unify Patches: From the front page here at, click the green box “PlugInGuru Unified” to filter ALL of the libraries that include Unify patches – almost all of our 80 libraries include Unify patches and we’re working hard to include new libraries EVERY WEEK!

Plug-In is available for PC and Mac OS X 10.9 thru Big Sur (using Rosetta 2 on M1 Macs, native M1 comoing soon!)

570+ Patches by John Lehmkuhl and Laurent AIRWAVE Veronnéz with Samples by John Lehmkuhl, Laurent AIRWAVE Veronnéz and Nato Feelz.

3.2 GB of samples from 12 PlugInGuru Libraries


Requires Windows or Mac OS X 10.9 and later INCLUDING Catalina (32-Bit Plug-ins can be access with 3rd party applications (JBridge on the PC and 32 Lives on the Mac.)

Download size: 2.8GB for the Unify Standard file / 80MB for the PC or Mac installer

File Delivery: Digital Download






Average rating: 4.97 out of 5 stars
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  • Unity with NEW Pigments Unified working GREAT!

    Hi Plugin Guru Community,

    Unity finally caught my attention after purchasing Arturia’s Pigments 2 VST. I ran across the Unity/Pigments Unified promo video luckily as I had downloaded Pigments 2 on sale, and then tested it and thought, this plug in is great but not multitimbral meaning I have to load new instances of the Pigments plug in to have another patch in my midi set up on my computer. THEN, I just happen the next day to see Plugin Guru’s Unified Pigments titled video. I was like what’s Unified Pigments mean and is this some new ink product or is this the same Pigments plug in I just bought? I was glad to find out that Unified Pigments was what I was imagining needing the day before testing Pigments. I downloaded and installed Unity after testing the Unity Demo. The demo worked and was enough to confirm it was a good purchase and would work on my system. (I should note that Pigments patches will not load into the Unity demo, that’s a bummer, but I figured Pigments would work as advertised!). And it does work! And exactly as I would have imagined even with more work flow features that I had imagined in my mirage of Pigments wish list dream features the day before. Unity does it. Super slick Skippy. HIghly recommend this Unity purchase and Unified Pigments download as an add on functionally to Arturia Pigments 2. With these 2 apps you are getting an under $200 dollar “in the box” more powerful functioning (because of the multiple parts and polyphony benefit of Unity and Pigments together) version of say Waldorf Iridium’s hardware desktop synth which is limited to 16 voices and 2 parts for about $2,500!

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  • Unbelievable, unique, united, unify

    Many possibilities, sound quality. BPM split patches are true pieces of art, its sounds like a complete song. I just wondering what Unify can do in the future when it will be pro edition.

    64 of 127 people found this review helpful.

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  • Really, Really a no brainer

    Price/Quality unbeatable. Sounds combinations and creativity in general, just amazing. Such a good work.
    Just buy it, really a no brainer.

    54 of 117 people found this review helpful.

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  • A Must Buy for Windcontroller Players

    The ability to map Breath CC02 to any plugin parameter even if the synth doesn’t accept Breath is priceless. The ability to play all your monophonic emulation plugins with polyphony is a game-changer. The ability to use your finely-tweaked layers, that took hours to create, in any DAW and on a Mac or PC, makes Unify a Must Buy. 🙂

    46 of 91 people found this review helpful.

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  • Absolutely Mind-Blowing !

    Unify renewed my enthusiasm for making music!
    I am fascinated by the myriad possibilities that this Plugin offers!
    Best purchase ever!
    Thank you for offering at an affordable price!

    All The Best 🙂

    51 of 102 people found this review helpful.

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  • Unify

    Amazements, I purchased Unify a couple of days ago trying it for the first time.

    It’s a game changer, opening up a whole lot of awe inspiring creativity. Go on try it…

    Have fun!! 🙂

    from Stella Ronson

    42 of 81 people found this review helpful.

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  • Unify 1.7

    Needless to say, JL has changed my life. All his patch collections were great and inspirational. But Unify is a crowning achievement. Don’t even think about it. Just buy it. Great investment!

    48 of 89 people found this review helpful.

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  • Speechless!!!

    I really can’t believe what is here in this PlugIn It’s so complete 🙂
    There is such a variety of sounds and grooves and setups, I’ve not experienced anything quite like it. Everything I try to put into words just sounds dumb, like ‘there is love in this plugin’, dumb right…

    The install was simple and Unify worked stand alone without having to change anything, it also shows up as a vst3 instrument in Studio One and after scanning for vst’s and vst3’s I can load any of my existing instruments into Unify.

    Some of the Split Keyboard patches could be complete songs in themselves and they cover so many genres of music…
    Next level stuff. I’m really excited about getting more familiar with it and seeing how it can fit my creative workflow. Early days but I am very impressed!

    47 of 87 people found this review helpful.

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  • Only a musician could invent this. It is the missing tool that resolves incompatibility. Sure Omnisphere has multi instrument, Kontakt too, but only within their own libraries and yes you can layer in a daw, BUT not like this and so easily. I described it to my wife as its like looking at a long buffet table and all you have to is grab a plate. To install this is ease, for it to see your entire library of instruments is so quick and easy that within minutes you are in awe of beholding a new level of power, ease and creativity. Not only that but it is so very well thought out with touches like the instant favorites. It's easy to use, intuitive without needing a diploma. I love it, its already transformed how i work. The cream is comes with great sounds as usual – add the new Cloud City and youre in plugin guru heaven. I suspect this is just the beginning of where Unify will take us!

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  • Mind-blowing

    To say that Unify is a cool plugin would be a gross understatement. I own over 800 plugins, so I have a pretty good frame of reference. And I can say without reservation that Unify is the most amazing music making tool ever created! And it will undoubtedly never be replicated. John and his colleagues who put this together are absolutely brilliant. I couldn’t even begin to describe all the useful features and do it any justice in a reasonable length review. You just have to get on the PlugInGuru website and check out some of John’s tutorial videos. Admittedly, the sheer volume of helpful instructional videos is a bit daunting, but once I understood how incredibly powerful and useful this plugin is, I knew I had to have it and that it would be worth investing whatever time it takes to learn it. It’s actually very intuitive and exquisitely designed. It’s just that John is extremely generous about taking the time to ensure that all of his customers are well educated. To cite just one property of Unify that I never thought I’d encounter: I have an older OS that struggles to run Logic with multiple instances of high CPU-consuming instruments, like Serum or Omnisphere. And I used to have to bounce MIDI files to audio and remove the instrument from a project to add another instrument. But with Unify, I can now run multiple instances of any of my 800+ instruments and plugins (within Unify) without crashing the project. The presets load almost instantly. This is some truly ground-breaking technology! That alone would have sold me on Unify. BUT THERE IS SO MUCH MORE!!! It far surpasses anything your mind can imagine about making a giant leap in music-making technology. You have to see it to believe it.

    40 of 82 people found this review helpful.

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  • Fantastic game changer

    Great way to combine different plugins directly and together.
    Also in Logic Pro X or Mainstage different plugins in a patch!
    Great, thanks to John en Shane.

    30 of 67 people found this review helpful.

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  • Patches then Possibilities.

    I’ve been using Unify since its first release. It was the patches that hooked me at first. Then you get your head around the processes, and then you begin to see the possibilities Unify provides and you begin to realise just how deep the rabbit hole goes. Great support from John along the way too, with excellent live streams and direct tech support when I needed it. It really feels like there is a growing Unify community and I’m so looking forward to seeing how other users creatively employ Unify in the future.

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  • New to this

    I’m moving to a new place and that means rebuilding my studio again. No time to dig in deep but I bought it right away.

    This is a great tool, needs the right support. If you keep that in mind, old farts such as myself will be able to do some interesting stuff with it. It’s so great I don’t even know what it looks like yet. So, what are you gonna do next?

    36 of 73 people found this review helpful.

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  • Wow

    seamlessly open vst plugins in logic. what a game changer.

    31 of 66 people found this review helpful.

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  • Loving this app!

    I’ve had Unify now for a while (since the release) and thought it would be a good time to give my two cents on it now that I’ve used it for a while. I absolutely love it! John and Shane did not disappoint!
    Yes it may have a bug or two…but it’s evolving and just keeps getting better. I’ve been a long time user of Cantabile for live gigs and this will eventually be integrated into my live rig. For now I use it in Cubase 10.5 and it works as well as it does in standalone mode. I’m still experimenting with it in Maschine 2.
    The videos created by John/Plugin Guru are great and I can’t wait to see how Unify will evolve in the future…seems like every week there is something new!


    36 of 68 people found this review helpful.

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