MegaHertz utilises recent advancements in processing power to enable extremely high internal sample-rates for both audio and control signals. Exonic UK says this allows it to better emulate the intricate instabilities of analogue circuits, as well as effortlessly generate audio-rate modulations while avoiding digital artefacts.
MegaHertz features include:
- 2 high resolution generative oscillators with sync, FM, ring modulation and a sub oscillator.
- 2 hyper-fast envelopes with unique curves geared towards extra punch.
- Polyphonic LFO with various timing, smoothing and triggering options.
- Monophonic LFO with various timing, smoothing and triggering options.
- Multi-mode, multi-slope zero delay feedback filter with an internal saturator.
- CV sequencer with per-step glide control and multiple playback and triggering options (including random).
- Gate sequencer with per-step latch control and multiple playback and triggering options (including random).
- Extensive "cable based" modulation matrix, allowing over a million unique routings.
- High quality effects including Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Phaser and Distortion.
- Fully polyphonic, adjustable unison that sacrifices neither polyphony, nor CPU overhead.
- Global swing controls for the sequencers and LFOs.
- 3 dedicated emulation authenticity modes that allow scalability to a wide range of processing power requirements.
- Intuitive one page interface that encourages you to quickly create and modify sounds.
- Hundreds of presets covering everything from bread-and-butter sounds, to complete modular chaos.
MegaHertz is available as 64-bit VST2 and VST3 plugins for Windows, and as an AU plugin for Mac at an introductory price of £89 (down from £129).