Dual Sample Based VSTi Synth

Homegrown Sounds release Astralis Orgone VSTi plus a free Lite version      18/06/08
Dual Sample Based VSTi Synth


Astralis Orgone from Homegrown Sounds is a Dual Sample based Synthesizer which will run in PC VST Hosts. It is the next generation of the Astralis Range and the company say that it is highly optimized with great improvements in CPU use and especially load times. 8 months of programming has gone into making these improvements and added many new features and GUI enhancements.
HG Sounds say that it is a rounded synth capable of sounds ranging from Trance Style Rhythms to Hard Leads and excels at Pads, Atmospheres and FX. They tell us that great care has been taken into developing a logical layout and many useful control features such as double click resets and CTRL fine control adjustments.
Orgone can be purchased individually or as part of the Astralis Pack which entitles the owner to both current and future Astralis instruments/effects with no extra cost.
Astralis Orgone Lite
There is also a free version of Astralis Orgone which is Orgone with a reduced feature set. It is free and fully functional and a feature packed synth in its own right. It is limited to a single synth as opposed to the 2 in Orgone and is locked to use a set of 10 samples. It includes 128 presets and the diversity of sound created from those 10 samples, demonstrates the power of the Astralis System.
Pricing and Availability:
Astralis Orgone has an introductory price of £25 due to rise to £30.
Astralis Orgone Lite is free to use but donations are always appreciated.
www.hgsounds.com

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