Audiowish is a young software company dedicated to developing high quality Audio Unit sound effects. Thanks to our enthusiasm and continued interest in providing robust tools for musicians, producers and sound engineers we're able to offer exciting products at very low prices.
Audiowish started in 2006 under the Forever For Now umbrella and became a dedicated effort in the third quarter of 2007.
We respect and trust you, our customer. Audiowish products are free of DRM, remote activation and copy protection schemes. Our products will continue to function for years to come without any hassle.
All purchases are handled via PayPal, a widespread international payment method. Transactions are guaranteed to be secure and safe. After placing your order we'll send your desired effects via e-mail to your PayPal account's e-mail address within 24 hours.
12th of October, 2020: If you've migrated to macOS Catalina and your DAW host applications don't show the Audiowish Audio Units anymore, that's probably because of the way that macOS Catalina handles code signing via Gatekeeper.
See this article on how to work around the issue. After working in your DAW host application, you can re-enable all security features by running this command in Terminal.app:
sudo spctl --master-enable
Many customers have reported success using this method.
24th of January, 2017: Yes, we're still here and going strong! Due to side projects, Audiowish didn't really get the love it deserves the past years, but all Audio Units are still working perfectly on macOS. We hope you enjoy all products for years to come!
1st of January, 2013: As always, best of wishes for 2013 to everyone! Last year we updated all of our Audio Units to include full 64-bit support for Intel processors; if you haven't received the update yet, please send us an e-mail to receive the updated version of your Audio Units free of charge.
20th of June, 2012: Today we updated our entire line of Audio Units to optimize their performance on 64-bit Intel processors. Users of Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6) and higher will be able to enjoy enhanced performance and audio quality, while users of older operating systems and processors can continue to enjoy our products with the included legacy versions of our Audio Units.
Existing customers can send us an e-mail to receive the updated version of their Audio Units free of charge.
1st of January, 2012: Best of wishes for 2012 to everyone! Thanks to everyone who purchased one or more of our Audio Units over the past years, we hope you continue to enjoy our products.
7th of June, 2009: Updated the Reverse Sampler 2 user manual with some extra information on clearing the Audio Unit cache when using Logic. This resolves the issue where the "Trial" label shows up after installing the full version.
See the following Apple document for more information:
4th of January, 2009: Again, best of wishes for the new year. Thanks to all customers who purchased one or more of our Audio Units in 2008, we hope you enjoy our effects!
6th of January, 2008: Best wishes for 2008 to all our existing and future customers.
21st of November, 2007: We are pleased to announce a new addition to our Audio Units line-up called Note Gate 2. Note Gate 2 is a pitch-based volume filter for creating volume swells, backing swells, fake reverse delay effects and more.
4th of October, 2007: The Audiowish website has gone live. Starting with the Audio Units developed by Forever For Now we will continue to offer and expand a range of high quality sound effects. Our current lineup consists of Reverse Sampler 2, Diatonic Shifter 2 and Octave Shifter 2.