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Triangle I

Synth (Analogue / Subtractive) Plugin by rgc:audio
Newer Version:
Triangle II

Triangle I has an average user rating of 4.38 from 13 reviews

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User Reviews by KVR Members for Triangle I

Triangle I

Reviewed By KOSMOLITH [all]
October 29th, 2001
Version reviewed: 2 on Windows

User Interface
I think it looks very good. No numbers on the knobs is good, tweaking by ear is mandatory.

The sound is smooth and round, the filter is even a little sweet and noble. Layers well with real analogs for colors, doesn't have a solid enough kernel to be truly durable with acoustic instruments IMO.

Many more sounds than I expected, everything intuitive.

Considering it's free and simple, I don't expect a printed manual. :) There is a detailed MIDI implementation image at the rgc site, as well as basic information, as much documentation as you need. I hope Pentagon comes with a mini-manual in HTML form though.

Many good presets- and the Pentagon! you have to check it out.

Customer Support
Good rep, but no 1st-hand experience here, there's nothing wrong with it so far.

Value For Money
That's a joke, it's free!

Does it crash? Nope. Not yet at least.

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Comments & Discussion for rgc:audio Triangle I

Discussion: Active
1 October 2013 at 7:35pm

Who said Triangle is no longer available !?!?

Triangle in its second version (Triangle II) is freely downloadable directly on the website of Cakewalk .


15 February 2014 at 8:11pm

...but Triangle I is a bit of a different animal... I'm glad I have it and I wish rgc:audio wuz still doin' it to the vsti and mini-host world. Does anyone know if they're developing under a new handle??

15 February 2014 at 10:54pm

No. All this series (Triangle, Square, and even Pentagone) is being totally abandoned for years and years.

Like you I have all the versions of all these wonderful synths, and yes they were a bit different in their results from versions to version... But apart very few exceptions I always use the last version of these old excellent synths created by René G. Ceballos (rgcaudio, rgc was the three initials of his name).

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