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VSTI H.G Fortune Prototype X VSTi Dark Pulsating Pad Synth
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H.G Fortune Prototype X VSTi Dark Pulsating Pad Synth

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Original Date: 08.17.2005


       Prototype X (4-Voice)

       This was a free prototype of a VSTi synth which now known as ProtoPlasm
       (Although being a prototype it was already fully functional.)

       Basicaly it was known to be some kind of "Dark Pulsating Pad synth"
       as pads may have a noticable rhythmic element within,
       but also a lot more types of sound could be done at the time.

       There were several new(!) features within this one:

       1. Two LFO comprising modulated, patternlike waveforms.

       2. All three LFO had a waveshaping for more tweakability.

       3. The three LFO provide 6 different outputs as there were
          three mix-knobs for LFO 1:2, LFO 2:3, LFO 3:1 giving further
          (mixed) waveforms or pattern.

       4. There was a display showing the motion of the LFO-waves
          which was quite handy as you could imagine the pattern and see
          the "rhythms". It was like those "magic eyes" in the 50's used
          in taperecorders etc.

       5. Oscillator levels copuld be modulated by LFO's too which was
          different as with the STS but also highly efficient.

       6. Each filter had a special "Boost" button to emphasize the
          current frequencies.

       7. There was also a display to show the current delay feedback
          amount - similar to the LFO-display.


       Although this Synthesizer looked quite simple this was only for
       more convenient handling. There was really power under the hood ;-)

       What's peculiar or to be mentioned to each section?

       Oscilltors:

       there were 3 PCM-wave oscillators with 45 selectable waveforms (by now)
       among thes wave are 12 new waves sampled from analog or VA Synths
       Each oscillator output had a knob for level adjustment and each level could
       be modulated by an LFO-output independantly and with adjustable amount.

       Filters:

       there were two filters LowPass (24dB) and HiPass (12dB) with a boost
       switch to emphasize the current frequencies.
       Each filter could be modulated by an envelope generator (ADSR) and
       one of the 6 LFO-outputs (keep in mind most outputs can provide a
       pattern!)

       LFOs:
 
       all three LFO were temposynced by divisors (1/16 note to 8 bars)
       two LFO had also modulated pattern-like waveforms while the third
       LFO is a conventional one with Sine, Triangle and Saw.
       All waveforms could be shaped to a wide extend except Sin and Tri which
       were not really suited for that.
       Beside the normal outputs there were three additional outputs for mixed
       waveforms providing even more rhythmic pattern for modulation.

       Mix>VCA:

       the levels of Direct, LP and HP outputs could be adjusted and the mixed
       signal is processed by the VCA ADSR-EG.
       There was a panpot for each output for an independant pan-position.

       Delay & Main Out:
 
       This was a stereo-delay with separate feedback adjustment also for
       doing ping-pong echos. The delays were temposynced and each had a
       feedback knob as it might have been useful to have some more feedback when
       the delays were shorter - otherwise these delays would fade a bit
       too early.

       What was to be done:

       Adjusting the waveform-set (volume, names, more samples)
       GUI was to be made better although this one was already
       very functional and looked quite nice. But I think Vera
       wanted to put a hand on it ;-)

Enjoy this nostalgic RARE pad synth gem! Cool


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