Generation Athmo, Pad & Texture Synthesizer by H.G.
The upgraded ProtoPlasm 21 has been reworked at a great
extend and has become nearly a completely new synth.
With it's new features like Super Modulation Morphing (SMM),
key-control on Delay (LKO), LFO modulation matrix and a
dedicated Attack Oscillator it enhances it's main
purpose as synthesizer for vivid textures, soundscapes
and pads. Even more with SMM and LKO there is a highly
improved realtime control now. 384 patches included.
(note: not patchcompatible to prior versions).
Super Spook Keys
is designed to re-create the sound of a Theremin; it
offers control using either a MIDI keyboard or the mouse
to drag the spot across the 'chart' for more authentic
Theremin style play. Super Spook Keys includes the
Sine, sawtooth, triangle
and pulse waves.
Variable key in and out
Added noise for more
Adjustable scaling for
Spring on/off option.
MIDI CC assigned to grid
cc#60(x) and cc#61(y).
Spring off on switch so
only one version needed this time around.
Simple humanising effect
Variable LFO for vibrato
Pan, chorus (detuning),
stereo spread and glide controls.
The U-NO-60 vst
polyphonic virtual analogue synth with a unique filter
sound. An original JUNO 60 is used as reference for the
oscillators and filters.
Like the original, the plugin is capable of
self-resonance and thus could be used to some degree as
a tone generator.
The filter section also features controls for envelope
amount and polarity, LFO modulation and keyboard
tracking. In addition, a non-resonant highpass filter is
provided to thin out lower frequencies.
Polyphonic (6 voices)
One syncable LFO with five
24 dB lowpass filter with
self oscillation, non-resonant high-pass filter
Fast ADSR envelopes
Smooth cutoff changes
(also with midi controllers)
is a software model of Ensoniq's classic 1980s synth
SQ80. The SQ80 features 3 digital
wavetable oscillators for each of its 8 voices which are
fed through analog 4-pole lowpass filters (-24dB gain)
with resonance. Sound parameters can be modulated by 4
envelopes, 3 LFOs and several MIDI sources. The SQ80
also has a predecessor, the ESQ1, which can do most of
the same stuff.
technology may seem obsolete, these synths can produce a
wide variety of interesting and extremely usable sounds.
Thanks to the lo-fi oscillators and the analog
components it can sound very digital and dirty, but also
very analog and warm. Which is a good thing because
modern synths often tend to sound rather clean.