For many the Soundtoys plug-ins are must have, their time based effects and saturation and distortion, many producers swear by.
Today Soundtoys announced the release of their 5.3.7 suite update which brings all their plug-ins into native M1 support. Many people have reported everything is jut fine under the Rosetta2 framework, but being native will certainly make things official.
Unfortunately, Steinberg have dropped support for VST-2 plug-ins, and Soundtoys are working on bringing VST-3 updates to the range, they say
We are currently finalizing the VST 3 versions of our plug-ins and expect to have them available for public beta very soon
But in the mean-time you can still use Soundtoys on an M1 machine - you just need to run Cubase (12) in Rosetta mode.
But for now, go grab your free updates from Soundtoys.com
White iLoud monitors and a new modelling guitar pedal
CV controlled mixing console and some distinctly dirty effects
Audio interface too
Wait is this like a Memorymoog?
The new spectral oscillator
Ensembles and solos - coming soon