Lush VST Synth

Analog to Digital Lush specialises in ambient spacey atmospheres      20/10/06

Lush VST Synth


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Analog to Digital have released the Lush soft synth for Windows.
Lush was designed as a pad synth for creating ambient or spacey atmospheres in any kind of music. Slow, evolving, interweaving soundscapes are its speciality. Analog To Digital say that modulation possibilities are virtually endless and are very easily accessible through the central matrix panel and that, like most synths, it's obviously capable of turning its hand to bass and lead sounds as well if required.
Here are the synth’s features in the manufacturer’s own words…
Basics
Four oscillators, three with sine, saw, triangle pulse (pwm) white and pink noise waveforms each with an individual on/off switch and volume control. The 4th oscillator is a stereo sample player with 12 high quality built in stereo samples. The volume section contains a standard ASDR envelop and a main volume knob.
Filter
Dual two pole resonant filters with the ability to split a percentage of the output of each oscillator to each filter. Oscillator 1 and 4 can even have the split modulated in the modulation matrix. There is a link button which means filter 2 follows filter 1 separated by the value of the offset knob. Each filter can be separately panned.
Modulation
This section is the heart of Lush.
In the modulation matrix in the centre of row 2 the sources are down the left hand side and the destinations along the top. Both negative and positive values are possible, double click sets to zero.
Also on row 2 are a step input (midi gate) and a continuous graphical input which can both be synced with the clock of the sequencer in steps from 1 to 64.
In row 3 there are two syncable lfos with multiple waveforms, a random switch and a second ASDR envelope which can be assigned in the matrix.
Effects
The final row is the effects section with a synced stereo delay, stereo chorus and reverb.
All controls can be automated from midi and there is a midi learn facility to let the user set their own controller numbers. There are 84 presets to use as starting points and 48 blank user presets.. Cpu usage is low. Comes with pdf manual.
Pricing and Availability:
Lush costs $28, £15, 22 Euros More information:



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