OMG, i can't believe no one has ever commented on this little gem yet. 5 stars, hands down. see, I got introduced to the concept of having a "formularparser" in a VST plugin by xfer serum, where it is used for many things like making 2d- or 3d-wavetables, modifying existing wavetables or setting up the wavetable editor for certain types of sample import. that was way before i started developing myself and i loved it. when i was bored in math class i pulled out my phone and pretended to do math for school, but i was really doing math for myself in the mobile app "grapher", where i came up with the fanciest looking graphs that i then tried in serum when i got home. Ofc at some point I just decided to google for more plugins with a formularparser and this was basically the only other good plugin i found. honestly it has a bit less of a hype factor than serum, because only certain shapes work well on most material when used as a waveshaper, but it's still huge and became one of my favourite distortion plugins. you know, when you are developing plugins you're constantly asking yourself if a certain feature you wanna add is overkill or not. you don't want to cluster the gui too much and make it feel inviting to new users. but in funcshaper the user can define the transfer function that is used by the plugin to distort the signal yourself. you can just input ridiculous shit that no plugin developer ever added to a plugin before, even if they have considered it. and you can do this for every individual sound you drive through this thing, completely customized, but still as simple as it can get, with this super small and straight-forward interface. you don't even have to be any good at maths, believe me. just slap some functions at it that you remembered from school or read about in the manual and see what happens. there will be a lot of happy accidents.