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Togu Audio Line releases TAL-Mod Beta for Mac & Win VST, AU & AAX

Togu Audio Line has released a beta version of TAL-Mod, a new virtual analog synthesizer for Mac OS X and Windows in VST, AU and AAX plug-in formats, with "an exceptional sound and almost unlimited modulation possibilities". TAL says its special oscillator model is able to create a wide range of sounds, from classic mono to rich stereo leads, effects and pads.

Routings can be done with virtual patch cables. Just connect a modulation output with a modulation target. After that it's possible to adjust the intensity of the modulation. You don't need to be a modular expert. The plug-in is suitable for beginners and experts.

Features:

  • 3 oscillators with optional saw, pulse, triangle and sine waveforms.
  • 1 additional noise oscillator with adjustable color.
  • 2 high quality analog sounding resonance filters with different modes (LP, HP, Notch, All Pass, BP).
  • Different filter routing possibilities (parallel and serial). With the possibility to choose the oscillator sources.
  • Full stereo signal path.
  • FM / RingMode support.
  • 2 oscillators support hard sync for saw, pulse, triangle waveforms.
  • Create stereo sounds and rich harmonics with additional oscillators (up to 7 sound generators per oscillator for Osc I and Osc II).
  • 2 LFOs with different waveforms, sync, trigger, unipolar modes and the possibility to modulate the rate.
  • 2 ADSRs.
  • Modulation envelope with spline or optional step mode. Trigger and host sync mode.
  • Almost unlimited modulation possibilities with patch cable routing.
  • Optional sequencer or arpeggiator.
  • Basic effects: high pass filter, chorus, eq, reverb and delay.
  • Mono and polyphonic mode.
  • Microtuning support.
  • Resizable UI.
  • You choose your favorite UI colors.
  • And a lot more...

Price: $60 but it's available with a $20 discount during the intro / beta period.

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