Alien Space Weaver

HG Fortune releases new synth for spacey or dark atmospheric backgrounds and FX sounds      11/12/09
Alien Space Weaver


HG Fortune has introduced the Alien Space Weaver synth. Here's what they have to say about it...
This is a very exceptional synth as it is especially made for spacey or dark athmospheric backgrounds and FX sounds. One oscillator contains 64 very special samples i.e. fairly long ones being created from various images providing very spacy sounds from the start already. Thus play it slowly and let the sounds evolve. It's also been called the Eeriator ;-).
As of this you might notice there are no ADSR EG, Well, that's right! There are only A(ttack) & R(elease) VCA EG while all modulations are done by 6 LFO and one S&H with various options.
Main features (Pro version):
  • 2 PCM wave oscillators with external sf2 files
  • 1 24 dB resonant LP filter with Modulation
  • 1 12 dB resonant HP filter with Modulation
  • 2 Filter bypass + modulation
  • 2 Bass Enhance
  • 2 SpookB Fx (different from the ones used before)
  • 2 Delays with manual tempo offset; Pan and modulation
  • 2 Pan for undelayed signal
  • 6 LFO + 1 S&H as mod sources incl. manual tempo offset from x1 to x4
  • 1 Reverb
  • 1 Nuthin ? special modulation
  • 5 Lazy Buttons (use 'All' for limitless patch switching ;-)
Pricing and Availability:
Alien Space Weaver is available for 29 Euro only as special introductionary holiday offer until Dec 31, 2009 (regular price will be 39Euro) More information:


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