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Opulent Audio releases bLO-FIsh v1.0

Opulent Audio

Opulent Audio has announced the release of bLO-FIsh, a 3 Oscillator LO-FI synth. Not an emulation of any particular "chip", bLO-FIsh incorporates classic chip-type (8 bit, video game, etc.) sounds with traditional analog synth elements.


  • 3 Wave Oscillators with Sine, Saw, Ramp, Triangle, Square and two different widths of Pulse waves.
  • Audio rate is switchable between standard 16 bit/44 khz and 8 bit/22 khz LO-FI mode.
  • Graphic amplitude ADSRs and volume controls.
  • Output routing to one filter, both filters, or no filter.
  • Hard sync feedback loop.


  • 2 Parallel SV Filters with Lowpass, Highpass, Bandpass and Band Reject modes.
  • Graphic ADSRs routable to cutoff, resonance, or both. Knobs to control amount of envelope applied.
  • Pan and volume controls.

Effects section:

  • No frills distortion device.
  • Efficient reverb unit. Normal, gated and freeze modes.

Modulation devices:

  • 2 Tempo-synced LFOs with wave mod options (shaping, folding).
  • 1 Free-tempo LFO, 2 Graphic ADSRs (modulation also from velocity, aftertouch and mod wheel).
  • 16 step tempo sync gate that mixes independently with all 3 oscillators.
  • 6 slot modulation matrix with 8 sources and 63 targets.


  • Designed to be quick and easy to use. Large, visible, color coded interface.
  • Most parameters are controllable via MIDI.
  • Monophonic or 8 voice polyphonic operation with retrigger and portamento/glide.
  • Small to medium CPU hit, depending on system and patch used.
  • PDF manual.

bLO-FIsh costs $8, which covers all future updates and preset banks, and is available as a VST instrument plug-in for Windows. A 14-day fully-functioning free trial is available for download.



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