|Type / Tags||Synth (Analogue / Subtractive)|
- Stereo synthesizer.
- 3 Oscillators.
- 2 Filters:
- Filter Stages is a pin, and allows selection of from 1 to 8 stages.
- 2 band pass types:
- BP - constant skirt gain, peak gain = Q.
- BP" - constant 0 dB peak gain.
- Gain Compensation option for LP, HP and BP1 filter types.
- Individual Frequency, Resonance, Level, Pan, Keytrack controls for each filter.
- 4 ADSR envelopes with synchronization of initial impulses.
- 4 LFOs.
- 4x16 step gate.
- Effect block with phaser, delay, eq, unison.
Reviewed By djgroovy
June 28, 2007
Right there i knew this was something special.
It's all about the sound, and this thing has got it huge, extremely warm, phat, analog sounding. It just beats the hell out of many commercial synths.
Interface is nice looking actually, although not very intuitive, but everything is labeled, so you'll get around in no time.
The sound is the best part, and you get 3 oscillators with the usual waveforms, but the waveform selector is not a switch but a knob so you can get a mix between two waveforms.
You also get 2 multimode filters with the common types, from 1 to 8 poles each(!), osc sync modes, 4 lfo's and 4 adsr envelopes, unison/detune, small mod matrix and gate effect, etc. So very versatile in this department.
This is a free plugin, so documentation get's a 5 because it's non existing, but you can't really blame them.
Presets are few but give a good insight to the sonic quality and they make you just want to dive in and make your own.
Didn't use or needed customer support, value for money is a 10 because this thing doesn't go to eleven, and it didn't crash on me yet.Read more