|Author||Topic: New free synths|
Posted: 28th February 2004 11:59
Hey, all. Five new free synths at GTG Synths.
A fat analog simulation with oscillator sync and dedicated pitch envelope. And a hybrid FM / Subtractive synth.Three other different synths with nice GUI`s.
Posted: 28th February 2004 13:00
Thanks! Will check them out later today.
Posted: 28th February 2004 14:33
i love yer Yuno2.
could you give us a little info on whats the best things about yer new synths.
i'm tryin to break my snag-a-new-vst-a-day habit and over populate my vst folder.
lush sounds? deep bass? etc.
i love yer GUIs and lookin for an excuse to indulge my habit!
thanks for the free synths
Posted: 28th February 2004 14:54
some very nice ones. I think I'm actually gonna use some of these.
Too bad they're not too fast. A pro52 for example is a lot faster than the average subtractive GTG.
Posted: 28th February 2004 17:09
I agree; you have so many that are very alike!
Posted: 28th February 2004 17:58
Wow, it deserves a download, nice synths!!
Posted: 28th February 2004 18:38
I'm a big fan of your synths already Mik. Excellent stuff! Will have to get the latest quickly too!
Keep up the awesome work!
Posted: 29th February 2004 09:51
The main difference between the new ones and the old ones is improvement. I constantly discover better ways to route signals, lowering cpu-usage and setting values for different modules. The reason why some of the synths sound very alike is probably that I have a tendency to make my favourite preset sounds on all of them. I know I should try to vary them more.But then again, I think most users have their own taste and playing technique, and therefor create their own presets anyway.
Posted: 29th February 2004 12:35
GTG, those are some sweet synths man!
The only suggestion I would make is to add controller assignment so you could link specific synth parameters to an external controller. Editing sounds using a hardware controller would be really cool!
Thanks for providing such great stuff.
Posted: 29th February 2004 13:24
These look good, will check them out in the morning
Posted: 29th February 2004 13:44
Thanks for the kind words.
All my synths respond to MIDI Automation. Most of them have control of cut off filter predefined to the Mod Wheel. Depending on your host you can control all the sliders and buttons with any external or internal controller. You may have to look in your manual to set it up.The synths are tested in FL Studio, and here you can open a drop down list of all the funtions and then assign a controller of your choice to it.Very simple.
Posted: 29th February 2004 16:24
Mmm, I guess that's where I'm outta luck . I use Sonar 3 and am new to it so I don't know how to set up any controller routings between my controller and your synths. It may not even be possible in Sonar, which would be a real shame.
Posted: 29th February 2004 16:29
hey!!1 a lot of nice looking free synths
Posted: 29th February 2004 16:32
i especially like the gtg 7x and log synth...
Posted: 29th February 2004 16:35
Posted: 29th February 2004 17:08
Just dloaded the bunch, will give them a go.
The Yuno 2 is my favorite of your previous efforts. Excellent and robust brass sounds that I really like.
Anyone who does not try your synths, is missing out.
Posted: 29th February 2004 17:14
Posted: 29th February 2004 17:22
Must be. I donīt know much about other hosts, but I think you should check the manual. Is cut off filter responding to your mod wheel ? It should do so with any host.
Posted: 29th February 2004 17:27
I am not sure I know what you mean. Do you mean fast responding to key input, or fast envelopes ?
Posted: 29th February 2004 21:51
I tried out your GTGmicro synth and it's wonderful. Even a newbie like me can do a little tweaking of the presets and get terrific sounds. And your presets are excellent. I especially like the subharmonic control for fattening-up the sound. Beautiful.
Posted: 29th February 2004 21:57
Thanks for such a kind offer- Im sure lots of work was involved here, just to give these away. Much appreciated.
Posted: 1st March 2004 01:55
Thanks. Am glad you like it. Yes, a subharmonic control is something I have missed with many other synths, too.
Posted: 1st March 2004 02:00
Itīs like a learning process for me. I love to spend a lot of time finding ways to get the sounds I used with hardware synths back in the 80`s. And I am still learning Thanks for yur comment.
Posted: 1st March 2004 15:19
i saw this thread last nite and it reminded me to try some of your synths that i've had for a while,it does take me a while to get round to things,so PD and LOG both ended up in the same song,rather instantly.i thought, very simple but nice sound,quick to get going and no problems in cubase vst win98se.i love all the 80's stuff,thanks for sharing and i'll try your new ones as soon as poss.all the best.
Posted: 1st March 2004 18:14
Thanks for your comment. A lot of users have asked for effects like chorus and delay, so I have implemented some of these in most of the latest synths.Also I have concentrated on lowering the cpu-usage,so that the new synths actually use less cpu even with the extra effects. I think you will like the sound of them.
Cheers. Mik,GTG Synths.
Posted: 1st March 2004 22:37
Yup. I have to agree with u all: Iīve been using all the GTG line for about two months. (Still canīt believe the acid basslines I get with the Log... Hey letīs trade patches!)
Keep up the stunning work, Mik.
Posted: 2nd March 2004 02:40
I will. Thanks. If you feel like sharing your patches please mail them to me and I will list them at my site.
Cheers. Mik,GTG Synths.
Posted: 2nd March 2004 12:23
...sounds good mik,thanks again! i'll give 'em a spin