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38911 Bytes
38911 Bytes by Odo Synths is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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38911 Bytes is a one oscillator synthesizer based on Commodore 64 software, but it can do a lot more.

It has:

  • 1 oscillator synth with 4 waveforms (Saw, Triangle, Pulse, Pitched Noise), ring modulation waveforms (Saw, Triangle, Pulse), PulseWidth Octaves from -3 to 4.
  • 1 ring modulation oscillator with 3 waveforms (saw, triangle, pulse), PulseWidth, octaves range -3 to 4 and notes C to B.
  • 3 LFOs with 19 waveforms, 16 different BPM rates and FREE rate (manual). They have a low/hi depth option and destinations are pitch oscillator, PW and cutoff. The LFOs can start when hitting a key (GATE) start when you hit play in your sequencer (FIRST) and start at any point (FREE).
  • 4x16 step sequencers: With 11 BPM rates and FREE rate mode (manual) in FREE mode all sequencers have the same rate.
    • 1 waveform sequencer you can select the following waveforms (saw, triangle, pulse, pitched noise, RM Triangle, RM saw, RM Pulse).
    • 1 octave sequencer range from -3 to 4.
    • 1 Octave and notes sequencer notes from C to B and octave range -3 to 4.
    • Filter sequencer.
  • Pitch envelope.
  • PulseWidth envelope.
  • Cutoff envelope.
  • Volume envelope.
  • A bitcrusher.
  • Mono/poly mode.
  • Retrigger on/off.
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Comments & Discussion for Odo Synths 38911 Bytes

Discussion: Active
22 January 2016 at 6:15pm

Very interesting sounds can be produced from this plugin. I like its simplicity and ruff edges to it. More like a sub level of the 8 bits, nuke em reloaded type of hype I get from this. Nice work, thanks for sharing it as free. Peace.

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