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News - December 2015

 

Planet Botch releases free The Ensembletron string synth 22nd December 2015

Bob Leggitt of Planet Botch has released The Ensembletron, a free string synthesizer plugin for Windows.

Planet Botch’s new Ensembletron VSTi serves only one purpose, but it serves that purpose extremely well, in an eminently user-friendly manner. This is a virtual analogue string machine inspired by classic 1970s beasts such as the Solina and Roland string synths. However, the Ensembletron is by no means a copy.

Apart from offering a high quality yet gritty and slightly rough string sound with a great balance of fidelity and warmth, the Ensembletron features a unique three-stage Ensemble section which animates and adds stereo spatial spread to the output. As you might expect, there are adjustments for slow attack, decay and sustain, but there’s also an advanced yet simple-to-use Tone Management system which can significantly change the character of the sound from vintage to modern.

And it’s on simplicity that this VSTi majors. The whole control set can be explained in one blog post. If you want to add analogue-type string pads and melody lines whilst controlling literally everything from the front panel (and do so for free), you’ve come to the right place.

 

Visit: the-ensembletron-string-synth

 

 

   

 

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