Gala by Fanan Team 0 (0)

Gala is a successor to our virtual analog instruments line which actually combines all of them under a single roof in 2 versions:

  • Gala XL – 28 instruments (royal pack member)
  • Gala free – 15 instruments (Free)

Both versions share the same basic features (which will be listed below) while the differences between them are:

  • Gala XL has keyboard split feature which allows splitting the hardware keyboard into 2 zones and routing each of the 4 oscillators to any zone
  • Gala XL has a new feature called “note slider” which allows creating note sliding sequence effect

Gala is based on an improved physical modeling code of a virtual analog oscillators that work in an open mixer format and mixes up 4 independent top crafted wave-forms with an incredible dynamic range and generates 28 instruments ensemble emulation, each with it’s own size and color which can mix any 4 instruments together and create rich multi combinations, articulations and textures.

Gala XL instruments:

  • 3 pop strings.
  • 5 oriental strings.
  • 4 cinematic-pop brasses.
  • 4 clarinets.
  • 4 accordions.
  • 4 oriental organs.
  • 4 saxophones.

Gala Free instruments:

  • 3 pop strings.
  • 4 cinematic-pop brasses.
  • 4 clarinets.
  • 4 saxophones.

Gala (both versions) has full synthesis section, 2 different MIDI velocity options, a user friendly global hipass-lopass filter, a full section of built in effects (saturation, chorus, phaser, tremolo, reverb and delay), built-in draw-bars system per oscillator, an advanced mono mode, full MIDI map, stereo and gleam effect and a resizable and customizable GUI.

https://www.fananteampro.com/gala

Gala VSTi FREE+XL

 

Anyma Phi – Physical modeling synthesizer by Aodyo 0 (0)

An affordable hybrid monophonic synthesizer that allows you to create new sound universes inspired from the real world, where objects collide, vibrate, and resonate.

Anyma Phi blends the classic ingredients of electronic music with physical modeling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, such as strings or reeds, as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal.

Anyma Phi is compact enough to stand on your keyboard, or anywhere on your desk, and is compatible with any MIDI controller, such as keyboards, sequencers, or even wind controllers, including our own Sylphyo

Whether you play live or record in the studio, design sounds or play presets, Anyma Phi will become an indispensable tool. It can even be used as a stand-alone effects processor, or as part of a guitar effects pedal setup.

is a kickstarter project