Warm analog character
Both regular and parallel compression
Threshold, attack, release, ratio, gain
Auto makeup gain
Gain reduction meter
Live visual waveform representations of both the input and output signals so you can see exactly how your sound is being affected in real-time
Built-in saturation module
55 presets for any sound
Low cut EQ for the wet signal
Intuitive layout and easy to use controls
Resizable user interface
Super low CPU usage perfect for using multiple instances
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Charlatan is a polyphonic subtractive synthesizer with focus on sound quality and easy usability.
It comes with a flexible, yet not overwhelming feature set which encourages artists to start tweaking instead of just relying on presets. Inspite of it’s simplicity, Charlatan’s architecture is flexible enough to create both classic sounds and rather experimental noises. While making no compromise about sound quality, the sound engine has been highly optimized for efficient CPU usage making Charlatan well suited as a “bread and butter” synth even in projects with a large number of plugin instances.
2 oscillators with shape modulation.
Oscillator hard synchronization and ring modulation.
Unison mode with upto 7 voices and stereo spread.
Stereo noise generator.
2 ADSR envelope generators.
LFO with host tempo synchronization.
3 filter types modeled after classic analog hardware: 4-pole (24 db/oct) and 2-pole (12 db/oct) lowpass, bandpass.
3 voice modes: Monophonic, Monophonic Legato and 8-voice Polyphonic.
Ultra-low CPU usage.
The Pure-Pten Synthesizer is a virtual analog synthesizer (mono free version).
FM, SYNC and RING modulation in connection with the super wave oscillator gives you that phat sound. 2 x modulations matrixes, a 12/24dB multimode filter and a delay/chorus unit takes sound design to the next level.
Bionic is a “transient splicing engine”, i.e. it is designed to give detailed control over a range of parameters needed to mix and match a number of different initial transients to another set of tails/longer sounds.
SOUND DESIGN POSSIBILITIES
The result are
Hybrid recreations of classic sounds with mostly organic attacks (taps, mallets, plucks, brush) and a mix of organic and synth/pure sine tails.
Creative, inventive sounds that push the combinations of previously unrelated sounds into new territory
Some of the “bionic” sounds included in this initial version of the product (Lite):
Replicas of classic house organ sounds
Celesta, Music Box, Xylophone
A range of bass sounds including a “reconstructed” pizzicato upright bass
There are four layers, accessible on page 1: two transient layers, and two tail layers. Levels can be adjusted as balance between each of the tail/transient layers respectively, and globally between transients and tails. Each layer contains sample offset and tuning controls as well as a “humanize” function which introduces subtle to not-so-subtle random pitch variations (especially helpful for making non-tonal transients more realistic).
The effects page includes filters, EQ, saturation and delay + reverb controls.
4 layers of sound: 2 transient layers and 2 tail layers
Extensive sound sculpting controls, including crossover fade (between transient and tail samples), crossover point, tail envelope, transient attack curve (shape)
Vibrato, Velocity Sensitivity (Volume, Low Pass and High Pass) and Humanize Controls for in-depth realism
20 Presets: Tap Celesta, Tap Bell, Mr Android Pluck, Plastic Pizzicato Bass, Breathy Stab, Expansive Xylophone, Rhodesian Scholar, House Organ, Vibey House Organ, Steel Drum Baby, Music Box, Starlight Swoosh, A Gong or Two, Plucky Squelchy Bass, White Noise Organ Stab, Pillow Harp, Gamelan, Hammond Bass, Electric Bass, Heavy Tines.
Replika Analog Style delay
Based on Riot Audio’s proprietary BIONIC TRANSIENT SPLICING ENGINE
Total size of sampled content: 0.36 GB
Requires Native Instruments Kontakt 6.4.2 (Full Version)
The Poly 2106 initially started off as a recreation of a true object of desire from the
fashionable 80´s that was once part of our studio, but that was just the initial kick that propelled a seemingly more enthusiastic project which culminated into a knob infested creation with a solid vintage backbone, so for a long time we didn’t spare ourselves in the effort of breathing life into a machine which is a breed of everything we would like to see in a true performance synthesizer, something close to the vision of our personal nirvana that now we are ready to share to everyone, our only hope is that you too find it as much as rewarding as we did…
T-Force Delay is a dual mode delay effect device. It can be used to add an echo effect to your sound. Its feedback signal can be modulated with filters and a degrader, to emulate the old vinage style analog tape echo effects. It can produce simple stereo delays, but also can be switched to ping pong mode for that typical left/right pingpong echo effect. it also has a flanger to create some crazy flanger effects on the feedback signal.
Available as 64 bit VST/VST3 and 32 bit VST.
Effect device for using as insert effect or send effect
Powe switch – can be switched off to turn the plugin into bypass mode
Sync switch for switching between free mode and host sync mode for the delay time
Switch for enabling ping pong mode
Delay time control – controls the time of the delay
Feedback control – controls the feedback signal length
Mix control for the dry signal
Mix control for the wet signal
Filter – used to create that typical analog tape echo style lowpass/high pass filter fitlering effect in the feedback signal
Degrader – used to create a degrade/downsampling the effect in the feedback signal
Adds a flanger effect to the wet signal
Rate control – used to control the tempo rate of the modulation
Depth control – used to control the modulation depth
Feedback control – used to control the amount how strong the flanged signal will fed back into the flanger which results in a more “metallic” sound.
Mix control – used to control how strong the flanger effect will be added to the wet signal.
All controls are fully automatable
Available as 64 bit VST2/VST3 and 32 bit VST2
How to install: instructions how to install this plugin are included in the zip file.
Info: the VST2 version of the plugin also uses the VST3 preset system (.vst3preset), to make the presets cross-compatible. For more infos please read the “Read me first!” text file included in the zip file.
Please note: supports Windows 7 and higher only, because the plugin uses a new graphics API – all graphics now will be rendered with your graphic card’s GPU instead of the CPU. Windows XP doesn’t support the new graphics API. No Mac support, because some 3rd party code modules are used inside the plugin which are just available for Windows. If the developers of these code modules make them available for Mac, i will also add a Mac AU version in future.
A collection of 35 Kontakt instruments taken from my archive of sounds. These instruments date back to 2015 when I was just starting out sound design. In it, you’ll find lo-fi FM synthesizers sounds processed using guitar pedals (labeled “FM”), high-fi FM synthesizers sampled from a Yamaha DX-21, genuine analog synthesizers sounds (labeled “Mopho” and “AA” for Analog Age), original sound design (labeled “VS” for Vortex Soundwaves), 8-bit sounds taken from SMROM, and early 60s sounds taken from Thales Model I.
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