Virtual Analog Synth

Togu Audio Line release TAL-Elek7ro      16/04/09

Virtual Analog Synth


Here's what TAL have to say about their new TAL-Elek7ro...
TAL-Elek7ro is a virtual analog synth with some special features like oscillator hardsync and frequency modulation. Including improved alias free oscillators, new developed fast envelopes and lfo's with a wide range from 0.1Hz up to 400 Hz. A free routable envelope with attack and decay is available too. This synth is useful for a wide range of sounds from percusion to deep bass sounds.
Key Features:
  • 2 oscillators with hardsync, PW and FM (saw, pulse, triangle, sine).
  • 1 sub oscillator (saw, rectangle).
  • 1 noise oscillator.
  • 18dB or 12dB non linear analog modelled low pass resonance filter.
  • Mono mode, including portamento.
  • Poly mode, up to 6 voices (not cpu optimized for poly mode).
  • 2 free routable Lfo's (0.1Hz - 400Hz, sine, triangle, saw, rectangle, s&h, noise).
  • Filter and amplifier ADSR-envelope.
  • Free routable AD-envelope.
  • Mod-wheel and Pitch-Wheel support.
  • Midi Learn for all pots.
  • Velocity to filter contour intensity.
  • Panic button.
  • Tutorial.
  • Included factory presets
Pricing and Availability:
Free download More information:
  • TAL

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