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VirSyn releases miniTERA
11th January 2006
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VirSyn has announced the release of miniTERA, a new synth that offers "a radically simplified approach to sound design", based on the powerful multi-synthesis engine from TERA 3.

Every preset in miniTERA has a built in "Sound designer" which presents you a set of up to eight meta parameters for convenient access to the most important aspects of the sound. This means sound design with miniTERA is a simple process:

  • Select a base sound to start from one of the 500 meta presets.
  • Optionally use the "slot machine" giving you a useful random preset with every other click.
  • Change the sound characteristic with the eight meta parameters to suit your taste. You can use this "8 dimensional sound morphing" for expressive sound movements too.
  • Adapt the FX settings to fit the sound into your music.

Features:

  • Multi-synthesis engine compatible to TERA 3 presets.
  • Unique 8D meta sound parameter.
  • "Slot machine" for usable random generated sounds.
  • Arpeggiator.
  • FX section (Distortion / Delay / Chorus / Flanger / Phaser).
  • Available as download product for a limited time.

miniTERA costs €89 and is available for Windows XP and Mac OS X in VST, AU, RTAS and stand-alone formats. Demo versions are available.

If you already own TERA 3 you will get miniTERA for free. CUBE 2 and CANTOR owners can purchase miniTERA for the reduced price of €59.

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