Styrofoam Stylophone

Replicate Rolf with de la mancha’s free virtual instrument      19/08/08
Styrofoam Stylophone


de la mancha have released Styrofoam, an emulation of the Stylophone. Here’s what they have to say about it in their own words…
styrofoam is a lovingly rendered emulation of the classic Rolf Harris endorsed analog synth of yesteryear. Take a nostaligic stroll in soft-focus, sepia-toned memories, when summers lasted for 16 months and you could still buy Penny Chews for a penny. Bring back the sounds of living room renditions of your favourite hits, in splendid monophonic square-wave glory with this faithful emulation, minus the crappy vibrato, that was, let's face it, crap. But back to that square-wave. It's not just any old square-wave, no, it's not just your bog-standard, ten-a-penny, digital square wave. This, ladies and gentlemen of discerning taste, is THE square-wave, the actual, real-life, carbon-copy, I-can't-believe-a-plugin-can-be-this-analogue square-wave. Once you've tried it, there's no going back to your complex, multi-waveform dreams. THIS is all you need.
Features
  • one waveform, but a mighty fine one
  • no GUI controls at all
  • 4 presets, covering the full range of cleanliness
  • TruANAL® technology used to provide authentic pitch variation
  • no filters
  • no envelopes
  • no LFOs
  • no mod matrices
  • no crappy vibrato
  • er, that's it, what more do you want?
Pricing and Availability:
Free download. More information:
  • www.delamancha.co.uk More From: DE LA MANCHA
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    1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    velocipede    Said...

    You forgot • No AU • No Mac support

    But, hey, thanks for the humor. The website and plugins look lovely.

    20-Aug-08 02:57 AM


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