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Little Duck

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Little Duck is an emulation of the classic analogue stereo filter bank.

It has five different filter modes, triangle LFO synced to it's internal pulse clock and an envelope follower with sidechain operation mode.

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Morpheus is a velocity sensitive FM sampler with 2-pole multimode filter. User can use any individual wave sample as modulator and other one as carrier signal.

Its concept is very simple but it can produce a wide range of quite unusual atmospheric sounds in the spirit of Eraserhead. When wide stereo sample is used as carrier (for example pad with lots of reverb) one can achieve interesting stereo textures. Although Morpheus can load stereo waves as modulators, they are always combined to one mono signal so there is no use of using stereo modulators. Morpheus can also use modulator wave to modulate it's filter's cutoff. IMPORTANT: Morpheus can be tremendous CPU waster so use it with care !

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OBERON-8 is a classic analog polysynth.

It has two special oscillators, two envelopes and a special 2-pole dual filter. It works best when you set your VST host program to 96 kHz sample rate.

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Phibes electric organ tries to capture the sound of those sweet sixties organs.

It is definitely no Hammond B3 or Vox Continental but rather some obscure and cheap east-european imitation of them.

    9 drawbars with five different tones
    rotator effects
    staccato mode

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Panzertank PM4 is a virtual phase modulation synth very much like the famous FM synthesizers.

It has four sinus operators (oscillators) with individual APDSR envelopes, detune and velocity sensitivity. There are six schemes or algorithms to construct the sound. The slider in upper-left corner named DEPTH  controls the overall amount of Phase Modulation so if this is set to zero, only a sine wave is heard.
Quantum 64

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Quantum 64 is a harsh and aliased digital synth with single DCO and multimode filter.

It is inspired by  Commodore 64's SID soundchip but it definitely is no emulation. The two special ingredients that make the soul of Quantum 64 are the arpeggiator and the degrader/quantiser unit. By the way, those patches named by the classic game names have very little or nothing to do with the sounds of the original games...

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Satyr is a massive Virtual Analog synth with comprehensive oscillator waveshaping and modulation methods.

It is inspired by the monster modular synths of days gone by and even though it is hardwired there are plenty of different modulation possibilities.

There are two oscillators with variable waves, additional sub osc and noise generator, ring modulation, FM, amplitude modulation and sync, three ADSR time/level envelopes (2 assignable) with delays and manual triggering, two variable lfos with sample & hold and two filters.

There is an internal clock for BPM synced Lfos and sixteen different modulation destinations. There are two filters, one 4-pole lowpass and one 2-pole multimode and they can be in parallel or serial mode, among others. So as you can see there is pretty much going on inside Satyr.

It sounds best when you set your VST host's sample rate to 96 kHz.


Already had these (from the old Gersic site) but happy to know others can try these- I very much have enjoyed Oberon and Satyr8, Morpheus has its own strange sound too Wink