Make Me Scream

Make Me Scream

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Two-Stage Saturation

Where do you turn in a world with so many saturation and distortion options if you want an effect that really slams? With Make Me Scream, they have the answer to your saturation search.

It has an absurd name for an absurd plugin with an absurd 2-stage effect, 4 distinct distortion kinds, and 4 different timbre modes. A clever signal follower keeps the musicality of your audio by shaping the distortion envelope to match the transients of your track.W.A. have included an adjustable preamp tube at the start of the signal chain since it's best to feed the module a somewhat saturated signal in order to get the most out of distortion. Due to the initial tube processing, which provides the distortion with a juicy overdriven signal to latch onto, this two-stage effect produces a far more dramatic sound than conventional distortion.

Naturally, they've also provided a ton of presets to help you start your overdrive odyssey in style. There are options for voices, bass, percussion, entire mixes, and even some simulations of guitar amps. Use them as starting points to adjust the audio to your preferences.


  • 2-stage Screaming Distortion & Saturation

  • 4 Distortion types & 4 Timbre modes

  • Additional tube preamp module

  • Musical-sounding transient follower

  • Frequency filtering

  • Visual feedback

  • Responsive & CPU friendly

  • Factory presets


4 Distortion Types

With a range of different distortion types, Make Me Scream can handle tasks from subtle saturation and excitement to batter-the-door-down distortion. The 4 modes are; Analog tube saturation, Soft clipping saturation, Regular distortion & Folded sinus distortion. Each of these 4 types of processing will produce a different character and it’s easy to see which mode you’re currently using with the handy interface graphics.

4 Timbre Modes

Depending on which distortion type and mode you use, you’ll hear the audio mangled in different ways. The 4 mode buttons allow access to different styles of processing, with each effecting the signal frequencies in their own way. These modes are named; Fuzz, Wall, Cliff and Make Me Scream (of course). Fuzz is a balanced mode, Wall creates a more muted tone that concentrates on bass, Cliff emphasises the mid range frequencies and Make Me Scream mode brings out the higher frequencies. 

Preamp Tube & Boost

Prior to the signal entering the distortion module, you can add analog tube saturation with the Preamp Tube slider. Then feed the signal level into the distortion unit as carefully or as recklessly as you like by using the Boost dial. This increases the gain on the incoming signal by up to +40db.

Filtering, Emphasis & Envelope Follower

The smart filter controls allow you to shape your distortion far more musically than more vanilla distortion plugins. Set the filter to High, Low or Band pass modes and then set the Filter Cutoff to your taste. For example, you might only want to emphasise the highest frequencies on a whole track, or maybe just the lowest frequencies for a snarling bass line. The Emphasis dial sets the level of frequency boost, for a more pronounced effect around the cutoff frequency that you’ve chosen. The Envelope Follower dial makes the plugin react to the transients of the signal, creating a rhythmic and musical auto-wah feel.

Oversampling, Output & Ratio

Set the amount of internal oversampling from the default x1 up to x16, allowing users with enough CPU power to limit the unwanted non harmonic artefacts in the processed audio. Use the Output slider to compensate for any gain  boost or reduction caused by the distortion unit, allowing for very accurate comparisons when A/Bing. Use the Dry / Wet ratio control to dial in as much (or as little) of the distortion as you need. Use a conservative ratio for subtle top-end sparkle or push the dial further to bust your bass bins.

Visual Feedback

The live visual meter to the top right of the interface shows exactly what’s happening to the signal as it’s being processed in real time. This allows for accurate monitoring each time you decide to make a change to the parameters. The boundary lines at the top and bottom of the meter show when you’re pushing the output signal beyond 0db, so it’s easy to tell the difference between the characterful distortion of Make Me Scream and the digital peaking of the plugin being driven beyond its limit.


With many included presets, it’s easy to find the perfect starting point for your own journey into distortion and saturation. Tailored to specific instruments, genres and effects, these factory options can be used on many types of audio. The presets include everything from subtle saturation to completely strangled and squashed processing.

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