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Over 2021, after the succesful release of Surge 1.9, the Surge Synth team undertook an effort to rebuild Surge in JUCE and add a variety of features. This project resulted in the new version of Surge, called ‘Surge XT’.
Synthesis method: Subtractive hybrid
Each patch contain two scenes which are separate instances of the entire synthesis engine (except effects) that can be used to create layered or split patches.
Quick category-based patch browser with textual search and favorites
Runs on a variety of operating systems, plugin formats, and architectures
3 oscillators per scene, with 12 versatile oscillator algorithms: Classic, Modern, Wavetable, Window, Sine, FM2, FM3, String, Twist, Alias, S&H Noise and Audio Input.
Classic oscillator is a morphable pulse/saw/dual saw oscillator with a sub-oscillator and hard sync.
Modern oscillator is a mixable saw/pulse/triangle oscillator with an optional sub-oscillator mode for triangle (which can also change to sine or square) and hard sync.
FM2/FM3 oscillators consist of a carrier and 2 or 3 modulators and various options.
String oscillator uses two filtered waveguides to emulate plucked or bowed string sounds.
Twist oscillator is based on a very famous Eurorack macro oscillator, and it offers a myriad of synthesis options in a very simple and quick way.
Most algorithms (except FM2, FM3, Twist and Audio Input) offer up to 16-voice unison at the oscillator level.
Oscillator FM in 3 different configurations and ring modulation between oscillators 1-2 and 2-3.
Most oscillator algorithms (except FM2, FM3, Sine and Alias) are strictly band-limited, yet still cover the entire audible spectrum, delivering a clear, punchy and clean sound.
Noise generator with variable spectrum (available directly in the oscillator mixer).
Two filter units in 8 different configurations.
Feedback loop available in 7 of those configurations.
Available filter algorithms: Lowpass (12 and 24 dB/oct, each with 3 variations), Legacy Ladder Lowpass (6-24 dB/oct), Vintage Ladder Lowpass (2 variations, each with and without gain compensation), Highpass (12 and 24 dB/oct, each with 3 variations), Bandpass (12 and 24 dB/oct, each with 3 variations), Notch (12 and 24 dB/oct, each with 2 variations), Allpass (3 variations), Comb (positive and negative), S&H.
Open-source additions to our filter algorithms include: K35 and Diode Ladder filter types from Odin 2 synthesizer, 12 and 24 dB/oct multimode filters from OB-Xd, and weird but fascinating Cutoff Warp, Resonance Warp and Tri-Pole filters by Jatin Chowdhury!
Filters can self-oscillate (with excitation) and respond amazingly fast to cutoff frequency changes.
Waveshaper (43 shapes).
12 LFO units available, 6 are per voice and 6 are global for the whole scene.
DAHDSR envelope generators on every LFO.
LFO shapes consist of 7 deformable LFO waveforms, step sequencer, a fully-fledged multi-segment envelope generator (MSEG) with various curves and up to 128 nodes, and last but not the least – a formula modulator which utilizes Lua scripting language to provide completely custom modulator output.
Voice LFOs allow envelope retriggering in step sequencer mode.
Extremely fast and flexible modulation routing. Almost every continuous parameter can be modulated!
16 effect units arranged as 4 inserts per scene, 4 sends and 4 master effects.
Nasca by 2MGT/Metamusic Generative Tools is a Standalone Application for Windows. It functions as a Standalone Application.
Nasca is an standalone tool application for Windows that employs Wavetable / Granular / Sample-based synthesis in two separate and programmable layers each with extensive FX, Modulation Matrix, Chord Sequencer and two Arpeggiators modules which provide the user with maximum control over sound creation.
With the built-in 16steps Chord Sequencer and two Arpeggiators, long evolving ambient and atmospheric sounds can be created. Also, the Sequencer and Arpeggiators allows for more rhythmic based compositions or patches as well. It is possible to create an entire composition just by creating many layers.
Nasca is Free/Donate. The Free version has some limitations. No installation is necessary, and it works without problems in Windows XP and Windows 10 (32/64-bit). (Nasca is 32-bit.).
Nasca is JCS module / Joystick Controlled Synthesizer. Use a Joystick Gamepad (xBox type) to control some of the Nasca parameters in real time, as a controller. This function will allow you to control chords, launch layers A and B separately, adjust the volume and mixing of layers, as well as modulate some parameters in the Mod Matrix.
The following example were done exclusively with Nasca and no additional effects or instruments were used. The track demonstrates the range of possibilities from abstract ambient sound scapes and more traditional synth sounds. Nasca has an extensive range of sound creation that would fit just about any modern genre of electronic music.
Warp waves in new ways
Give new life to wavetables by using Vital’s spectral oscillator warping.
Spectral warping acts on a waveform’s harmonics and can create drastically different shapes and timbres from a simple source.
Customize your sound
Turn your own samples into wavetables by using Vital’s pitch-splice or vocode wavetable converter.
Create wavetables from scratch using the built-in wavetable editor and even generate wavetables from text!
Vital is a visual synthesizer. See what’s happening behind the scenes with animated controls, filter responses, waveforms, smooth LFOs, oscilloscopes, spectrograms and more.
All animations run at 60 frames per second and are GPU optimized which leaves your CPU to do its real job: the audio processing.
Modulate Vital’s controls with a fast, drag and drop workflow.
Vital gives you a preview of the modulation before committing so you can quickly experiment without ruining your sound.
Design sounds with powerful tools
Modulate your sound with custom LFO shapes, snappy envelopes and randomized sources like perlin noise.
Give your sound some human touch with velocity, aftertouch and MPE control modulation.
Get deep into modulation
Use stereo modulation to split the left and right channels of every modulation to get extra wide stereo effects.
Then ‘remap’ the modulation curve to customize the shape of every modulation connection.
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows: 10 and higher
MacOS: 10.12 and higher
Ubuntu Linux 18.04 and above
64 bit only
OpenGL 3 or higher
Vital – 1.0.7
Added ‘Skip version’ option to new update screen
Fixed skin selection reloading when new files added
Fixed some colors not updating when a new skin is selected
Vital – 1.0.6
Added custom skin loading in advanced panel
Fixed a possible hang in some DAWs on startup when not logged in
Fixed overwriting old file with ctrl-s after loading new preset
Fixed LFO search field not selectable
More screen resolution fixes
Vital – 1.0.5
Fixed crash in Linux when using NVidia drivers
Fixed flashing graphics on Linux with some drivers
Screen resolution causing scrambled UI fixed
Fixed saving MPE enabled to preset
Using keyboard arrows to browse presets/content
Handling some login errors better
Vital – 1.0.4
Added default ‘All’ selector to browsers
Setting up better offline workflow
Can now load presets from newer minor versions if only bug fixes have happened
Upped max wavetables per custom folder to 8000
Fixed a possible UI hang when opening Vital
Making LFO painting trigger on ‘cmd’ on mac
Make plugin appear under ‘Vital Audio’ instead of ‘Matt Tytel’
Fixing click+drag selecting wt editor keyframes on high DPI screens
Capitalize style in browser
Fixed loading name from externally loaded preset
Fixed loading sample names across project close/open
Fixed saving/loading preset name across project loads
Fixed some text editor scrolling issues
Better browser behavior with WTs/Samples/LFOs
Fixed scaling window from side and bottom on mac on some setups
Double click on envelope magnification to fill view
Fixed some multi-monitor screen resolution issues
Fixed arrow browsing on modulation remap section
Fixed some graphical flickering on Apple Silicon computers
Fixed TTWT requests stop working after running Vital for a while
Catching situations with corrupted download files
ZebraCM is a stripped-down version of Zebra2 with a selection of modules organised in a simple layout. Though smaller, ZebraCM is still an adept synthesizer with enough features to keep you busy before stepping up to the full experience of Zebra2.
Please note: ZebraCM was commissioned by Computer Music magazine for their readers. It is only available via Computer Music, not from u-he.com or our resellers.
2 wavetable (16) oscillators with integrated sync and spectral filter
Polyphonic (up to 16 voices), duophonic, mono or legato
Stereo signal path
Noise generator: White, pink, digital or crackles
Filter with 20 modes (various lowpass, bandpass, notch, shelf, allpass…)
2 ADSR envelopes with fall/rise sustain
3 effects: chorus, delay, reverb
Resizable UI from 70% to 200%
221 factory presets
NEW in v1.1.1: Support for Oddsound MTS-ESP
Monica 3 is the successor to Monica evo. An analog dual-layered 90’s style synth with 2 completely different aggressive and incredibly high dynamic range oscillators. The first oscillator is wavetable based with 50 wavetables + additional 50 wavtables for morphing. The second is an old style 8 waveforms pad oscillator that emulates the 90′ type monster pads. The oscillators work on dual-layered basis and have each own separate controls, synthesis section, chords driven pattern sequencer and some more new features.
Monica Evo is armed with an extremely flexible 16 steps built-in chords driven arppeggiator based on played note’s position with it’s own dedicated pattern file manager and vast of tweaking options including time signature, gate, speed, the total number of steps and DAW syncing.
The modulation options
Monica 3 has 2 different modulation options. The first offers 6 traditional LFO’s, 3 per oscillator, each with 50 possible wavetables and BPM syncing option. The second option is MMM – MIDI clock motorized modulation. The MMM allows motorizing knobs and controls and by that, creating interesting motion effects.
Monica 3 is equipped with 6 effects:
up to 8 voices unison.
Each effect has 2 separate send channels, one for each oscillator (it can also work in global mode).
It is written in native C++ code for high performance and low CPU consumption.
All parameters on one single page.
3 flexible wavetable oscillators.
Classic Full Bucket stereo filter.
3 modulation and four envelope generators.
Unison mode and Chorus.
TUN/SCL/KBL micro-tuning file import.
Supports MTS-ESP by ODDSound dynamic micro-tuning.
Resizable user interface.
MIDI Learn – all parameters can be controlled by MIDI CC.
Plug-in supports Windows and macOS (32 bit and 64 bit).
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