|Type / Tags||Presets for SIDizer|
- 3 channels of old-school coolness.
- Retro-nostalgic feelings and childhood memories.
- Blip-blop, boing, bleeeep, doink.
- Character and unique personality.
- 6581, 8580, MOS, SID.
- Commodore 64.
Handcrafted with love for chiptunes and modern electro-sound-design. Usage is not limited to chiptunes only, SIDizedpreset pack includes a wide range of sounds: from 8bit Nintendo-ish blip-blops to Skrillexing bass-growls, through analog-ish pads and ringmodulated madness. Don't forget to use modwheel, it can beat the **** out of the already modulated sounds.
Q: Is SIDizer an oldschool chiptune synth or a modern VA synth? Or is it just a better emulation of the good old SID chip?
A: To be honest, this is not that simple. You definitely can emulate the SID chip in a very-very good and proper way. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. SIDizer can growl. It can bite, it can roar. And also it can purr and can scream because of a dead mau5. It is a very versatile and unique sounding synthesizer that worth more attention.
Q: How can I use SIDized presets?
A: First of all, you need Hypersynth SIDizer VSTi software to run on you computer.
Insert the synthesizer plugin on a channel in your DAW, then click on the FILE button and select LOAD PRESET (load individual preset) or LOAD BANK (load full bank).