|Product||T-Force Alpha Plus 2|
|Type / Tags||Synthesizer|
Only compatible with Windows 64-bit
You need a DAW which is compatible to 64-bit VST2 and 64-bit VST3 plugins
With all the features of the old Alpha Plus and plus new enhanced features:
New graphical user interface:
now you can change every single panel's background color individually in realtime while you have open the plugin inside your DAW.
now i swapped the filter, filter envelope and also the amp envelope to the main panel instead of the modulations panel for better workflow. The distortion module now is in the effects panel.
New oscillator features:
Drift Mode: every single oscillator now has a "drift" mode. You can add a slight adjustable phase and/or pitch drift to simulate the voltage inaccuracies of a vintage analog synth.
Envelope curves for attack, decay and release now can be adjusted from linear to exponential.
New filter with up to 14 different filter types.
New designed LFO's:
the LFO's now can be switched to bipolar/unipolar
the start/triggering of the LFO's now can be delayed
the LFO's now have an attack mode for the LFO amount to let the modulation "fade in"
Enhanced Trance Gate:
new UI for better worflow
the gate sequencer now has 3 retrigger modes:
Host mode: the sequencer will be synced with the DAW's sequencer bars
1st Note: the gate sequencer will be triggered by the first played note (e.g. when playing chords).
All Notes: the gate sequencer will be triggered by every new pressed note.
new phaser effect added
new enhanced distortion/saturation effect
new bitcrusher model
completely new designed reverb effect
completely new designed delay effect.
the overall polyphony can be changed manually by the user:
up to 1 - 128 voices
up to 0 -128 additional reseve voices (to have reserve voices for long env releases before they will be cut by new new played notes)
voice stealing modes:
hard steal, soft steal or overlap mode.
64-bit VST2 and VST3 only for the moment. 32-bit version will come a bit later.
Reviewed By Kwurqx
May 3, 2019
Just had a quick look. Nice update. Simple and quick workflow. Enough versatility (more then many free alternatives)..
Sine, Ramp (Saw), Saw (Inverted Saw), Triangle and Pulse oscillators. Saw and Inverted Saw sound quite different. Therefore they both have their own spectrum and uses. Still usefull to mix both for some PWM effects though. And it has FM options.
Huge (configurable) polyphony. It has Unison on all 3 (synced or free running) oscillators with Detune, Spread and Pan (and Volume).. PWM and Phase control. Some different (A, D, R) envelope curves.(with envelope invert option).. Portamento (mono only). Seperate Noise (with HP + LP) oscillator..
Diode, Ladder (A, B, C), Sallen Key (Korg) and State Variable filters with various slopes. I would have liked 12 dB/Oct for all.filtertypes (SVF LP12/HP12/BP12 only)..There's just a single filter in the audiopath..So, no serial/parallel options..
It has a nice trance gate (gate patterns) and effects: Phaser, Distorion, Delay, Bit Crusher and Reverb.
Easily generates great basses, plucks, strings, pads and more. Again: a nice update. Considering it's free, you can't go wrong with this one.Read more