Rogue is a raspy,
fried transistor, dropped on the ground a couple of
times, bass/lead VSTi based on the slightly overdone
subtractive synth concept. But what makes it unique is
its ability to fry its own output in a lovingly
controlled manner making it so much fun to play, you may
not even notice it’s just a bunch of saw (or square)
waves being sent through a couple of lowpass filters.
Rogue is comprised
of 6 sections:
Wave Controls - Select
between Saw or Square waveforms. Pitch controls
consist of octave, coarse, and fine controls.
Unison, mix, and tone controls are also available.
LFO Controls - This is
just a standard LFO with various destinations.
Rogue's LFO features a delay, that allows you to
"fade-in" the LFO's effect.
Lowpass Filter Controls -
A standard low pass filter with resonance.
Controls - The assignable envelope can be routed to
nearly any of Rogue's other controls via its dual
destination slots. It also features a unique "Step
Mode" that creates varying levels of hard stepping
through the envelope's range.
MIDI/Modulation Controls -
Allows you to enable the accent control and envelope
retrigger, adjust the accent amount, set the bend
range, glide time, and modulation
amount/source/destination. Features dual destination
slots and enable controls.
- Rogue's unique distortion controls and final
with VSTi sampling, sample editor, five built in
effects, flexible modulation, parameter morphing,
highest offline resampling quality using 512 point SINC.
Exports VSTi to WAV and SFZ formats.
Built-in VST host for
32bit sampling of VSTis (freezing).
Built-in wave editor.
32-Bit floating point
128 Programs with
Up to 32 voices polyphony
(Multi layered zone sampling engine).
engines: Hermite, Sinc 64 and Sinc 512. Both sinc
modes are not suitable for realtime purposes but
bouncing to audio.
Morphable scheme and
automatable zone parameters (incl. cue and loop
Syncable LFO with
sends, pitch bend and modulation to morphing wheels.
Auto mapping when multiple
files are opened at once.