German-American plug-in makers UJAM announce the release of BOOST, plug-in of the creative effects Finisher series. BOOST automates the creation of risers, impacts , breakdowns and any kind of transition. Turning the potentially time-consuming task into a simplified process typical for UJAM Finisher products.

Finisher BOOST syncs to any DAW’s grid and offers phrase lengths of 2, 4 or 8 measures. Users just need to choose a style and at which beat they want maximum intensity; everything else is automated. There’s also a manual mode to freely conduct the transition.


BOOST contains the following features:

  • 60 multi-effect modes
  • 200+ included presets
  • Loop control, intuitive Flip button, and Vari controls custom-tailored to each mode
  • Available natively on Apple Silicon and in VST3, VST2, AAX, and AU formats


Pricing and availability

Finisher BOOST is now available at for an introductory offer of 69 EUR / USD until April 16th 2023. After that, the single plug-in sells for 99 EUR / USD. Owners of any other Finisher are entitled to a time-limited loyalty offer of 49 EUR / USD until April 16th. The Finisher Bundle sells for 349 EUR / USD instead of 594 EUR / USD if bought individually. Finishers are natively Apple Silicon compatible and currently available in VST 2, VST 3, AU 2 and AAX formats for all major DAWs. 

About Finisher

BOOST complements the Finisher series which includes RETRO (vintage), VOODOO (guitar), DYNAMO (rhythmic), NEO (sci-fi), and FLUXX (experimental), as well as MICRO (free).

BOOST is available now in VST 2, VST 3, AU 2 and AAX formats and also as a free, fully functional trial at The plug-in runs natively on M1. 

About UJAM

UJAM is a German-American maker of music technology co-founded by Hans Zimmer and Pharrell Williams that develops Virtual Instrument and Effects Plug-ins. With the Plug-in series Virtual Pianist, Usynth, Groovemate, Symphonic Elements, Virtual Guitarist, Virtual Bassist, Virtual Drummer, Beatmaker and Finisher and a range of software solutions (desktop, mobile, web), UJAM helps people to make music.