VirSyn TERA-rise with Version 2.0

Acclaimed soft modular upgrade now available      01/12/03
VirSyn TERA-rise with Version 2.0
VirSyn Tera 2.0

VirSyn is a modular software synthesizer with an awesome array of five synthesis technologies to produce a large palette of sounds. Tera brings you Waveshaping, Spectrum Synthesis, FM, Analog Subtractive, Formant Synthesis and last but not least Physical Modelling. All these methods can be mixed and matched in the modular environment.
  • Check out this combi patch New Features:
    Six new pages specializing on either
  • Waveshaping
  • Analog synthesis
  • Spectrum Synthesis
  • Formant
  • FM synthesis
  • Physical modeling Allows easy access to TERA's mighty sound engine. In the modular page you have unrestricted access to all modules and parameters.
  • Custom waveforms for all Oscillators
  • Supersaw Mode
  • The unique "Slotmachine" enables the user to get random sounds which are really usable.
  • Syncable multisegment (64) envelope generators
  • Combi programs for layer and split sounds.
  • Microtuning
  • PC and Mac OS 9/OS X standalone / VST / AudioUnit
  • New: ReWire 2 and RTAS.
  • last but not least you get more then 500 new phantastic sounds ! A demo version of TERA 2.0 can be downloaded at :
  • http://www.virsyn.com/en/E_Demo/e_demo.html
  • Product Info TERA 2.0 is now available to registered users, with boxed versions hitting the road from December 8th.
    For registered users owning the original CD 1.1 or 1.2 the download upgrade is for free. Registered users owing both Cube and TERA get the download upgrade also free of charge regardless the version number. More From: VIRSYN
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