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Synth (Analogue / Subtractive) Plugin by Andreas Ersson
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polyIblit has an average user rating of 3.83 from 6 reviews

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User Reviews by KVR Members for polyIblit

Reviewed By wikter [read all by] on November 28th, 2004
Version reviewed: 1.006 on Windows
Maybe it's not the best virtual instrument for long convolving pads, but their oscillators and filters has enough thickness to fit it's sound quality among some analog machines.
I use it for basses and leads, and sometimes for a soft analog pad, but it is the king of bass sounds for some electronic styles. The envelopes fast response and also a faster filter than most around the net (free & commercial) will open you a door to get punchy sounds with only one oscillator... but there are two more to thicken the sound. In this point, the resonance may not work as you'd like, in fact doesn't autooscillate easily, but it helps keeping control over the sound... and if autoosc is needed, just push the reso to the top....

To use it you should have some experience with other easier instrument, because it's modulation capabilities are enough complex to get lost when modifying presets to fit a sound within a mix.

And referring to some of the questions about doc, support... I've never needed the documentation, and neither those presets (that are really useful, but just presets), and I've never thought:
"oh, sh** it'd be great to have a thing here to do somthing" or the opposite when I've found a lack.
Maybe its user interface is not the best due to its distribution and because all the knobs are of the same size, but when you get used to it that's not a problem.

It's correct and useful, and like analog machines, you'll have to tweak very fine it's knobs to get the sound that you're looking for (but sure you'll find it).

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Comments & Discussion for Andreas Ersson polyIblit

Discussion: Active
17 January 2014 at 5:42pm

Now you will find it here in my DepositFiles space where I put some freeware (and exclusively freeware) VSTs that have disappeared from the web, their original website being discontinued :


5 April 2014 at 12:14am

The previous link above didn't work. The URL shown is right but the link came back to the KVR page.

So it should work now:


(the version of the VST is the last that has been released:

20 May 2015 at 5:12am

Thank you for keeping that up, you have no idea how awesome it is to finally found an archive like this.

19 May 2018 at 10:56am

If the dfiles link shows no downloads, try this one:


19 May 2018 at 11:46am

Yes, I'm not any more on Dfiles, too many issues. I have bought a real personal domain. Now all is here:



19 May 2018 at 11:51am

Ah, that explains it! :) Nice collection btw.

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