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SickSynth

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Sick Synth Plugin by Tobybear
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SickSynth
SickSynth by Tobybear is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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0.75
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This is a really strange sounding synth with some unusual parameters to tweak.

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Average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review

SickSynth
Reviewed By x_bruce
December 26th, 2001

edited 10/21/02...

The new version is nicer just for the GUI. More to come as I update but this is a weird synth that will bring a touch of strangeness to any project you're working on. Effects like delays, filters and distortion really synergize with Sick Synth

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I was working in the studio when my bandmate of 10 years walked in for the session and said, "wow, that's a sick sound" which was meant with admiration. That is the essense of Sick Synth, it makes really weird noises as easily as the mouse twist of any given paramiter you touch.
It just gets more twisted as you play with the non-interface. You can get normal sounds from Sick Synth but the reason it gets use here is because it's one of the few synths that makes you want to see how weird you can get while enjoying yourself.

Pros: wildly creative on it's own terms, useful timbres result from playing with the synth, free
Cons: no interface, more documentation would be helpful

Leave it at this, if you like weird noises and making sounds for the fun of it you can't ask for much more without rolling your own in a Reaktor or similar virtual modulars. Of limited use but a 10 for what it does.
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