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Devil is a two oscillator analog subtractive wave table synthesizer capable of producing a broad variety of instruments from throbbing rhythmic basses to really intriguing rhythmic leads. Devil has lots of features. Like 100 waveforms per oscillator for a wide variety of base tones right from the start. Then on the same dialog Devil also has a widener feature for widening the overall tone. Devil also has a spread feature for making the base tone sound more full and rich. Then you can click the properties switch to go into the properties tab of each oscillator. There you will find a curve switch for making waveform more curved which adds a little bit more depth to the tone. Then right next to it you will find an append switch for doubling the waveform to make the waveform a higher frequency. Also in Devil's properties tab there is a 2 band EQ where you can adjust how much lows and highs you want in your instrument. After that you will find a smooth highs feature to take out what highs you want out of the instrument leaving behind the tone you actually want. Also Devil has a saturation feature for adding a more sine like tone to your instrument which helps the lows and highs sound more smooth. The velocity feature in devil adds momentum to your instrument. From there we move on to the envelope tabs which you will find a drawable adsr for the volume and 2 drawable modulation envelopes to use with the modulation matrix. After that we get to Devil's filter which there is one per oscillator with a total of 9 different filters. The filters include LP 1, LP 2, LP 3, LP 4, HP 1, HP 2, HP 3 and 2 BP filters that can be adjusted by the cutoff knob which changes the overall tone and frequency of your instrument. Now from there you will find the next set of tabs that each of the two oscillators have. The first tab is the 16 step sequencer which you can use as a source in the modulation matrix if you need rhythm. The sequencer is set to reset and hit on every note. There is also a template selector for using pre-defined sequence patterns. You can also save your own sequence patterns to. To use this feature select a template number make the sequence you want and click save selector and select what number you want it saved to. Now every time you want to use that sequence again you just select that template number. There are 8 template slots that you can save sequences into till you decide on the final sequence that you want to use. The next tab is the LFO tab which there are two Synced LFO's for each oscillator which can be used as a source with the modulation matrix. Each Synced LFO also has a depth knob for mixing the Synced LFO into whatever target you use. The next tab is the modulation matrix which has 6 sources and 6 targets (sources include: Sequencer Bi-poler, Sequencer Positive, Synced LFO 1, Synced LFO 2, Modulation Envelope 1 and Modulation Envelope 2) (targets include: oscillator volume, oscillator phase, oscillator pitch, filter frequency, filter resonance and distortion). The next tab is Devil's basic wave shaper for having a little bit more control over the waveforms. You can use it to shape the waveform into a few different waveforms. Devil also has built in effects like distortion, stereo width, reverb and chorus, Devil has one master volume knob for adjusting the overall volume of the instrument. Devil also has a pitch knob for changing the overall tone of the instrument. The pitch controls both oscillators to keep them in sync. Devil also has a mix knob for mixing oscillators both oscillators moving the mix knob will either have oscillator 1 or oscillator 2 the more dominant instrument. Devil is great synthesizer and plus it's free. So go ahead and try it out. Devil Soundz hopes you will enjoy.
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