H-Pi Instruments has released Windows versions of microsynth and microsynth-mini, stand-alone fully microtonal SoundFont synths originally released in 2012 for Mac OS X. The Mac versions have been updated to v1.5.1.
microsynth partial features list:
- polyphonic multi-timbral microtonal synthesizer.
- 16 tracks.
- unlimited tunings, any key to any pitch.
- individual tuning per track.
- supports MTS real-time Sysex messages.
- supports .scl .tun .hz .csv .mtx .gly and .tonex tuning files.
- supports single channel tuning tables of 128 tones.
- supports OMNI-channel tuning tables of 2048 tones.
- allows real time transposition and remapping of scales.
- unlimited user-defined MIDI CC tuning switches and tuners.
- supports pitch bending of microtonal pitches.
- comes with GM/GS Soundset.
- built in reverb.
- loads .sf2 SoundFonts.
- unlimited MIDI connections.
- can send pitch-bend microtonal output to external devices.
- records WAV audio files.
- loads and saves scenes.
- multiple Undo.
microsynth-mini is the same application in terms of tuning functions, with just a few caveats:
- one track only (255 voices polyphonic, monotimbral).
- internal synthesizer output only.
- held keys behavior when tunings change is always none.
- no default user file option.
Price: microsynth $19.00; microsynth-mini $9.00.
NOTE: Windows users will want to have MIDI-OX installed to send MIDI over virtual ports.