Atari Punk Console Goes Virtual

New Virtual APC For Windows      05/03/11
Atari Punk Console Goes Virtual


Tek'it Audio has introduced APC - a virtual re-creation of the popular DIY circuit the Atari Punk Console.

APC is a square wave synthesizer that creates fun "low-fi" sound, and comes with users MODs.

Key Features

  • Comes with modifications of the original circuit, the tone push buttons that change the tone by +/- 1 octave, a resonant highpass filter that self oscillate and a gate controller with a hold function.
  • Submit new MODs online. Registered users can submit online new ideas to mod APC, based on modifications existing in the DIY scene, or their imagination.
  • Easy assignation of all parameters to MIDI controllers. Click on "Learn" on the parameter, move the control on your MIDI controller, and that it.

Features:

  • Square waves "low-fi" sound
  • Gate MOD with hold function
  • Users can submit new MODs online
  • 2 users MODs available: Pitch up & down, Highpass resonant filter
  • Full MIDI automation support
  • Easy MIDI learn on all parameters
  • Use 7-bit MIDI Continuous Controller or High resolution 14-bit MIDI NRPN and RPN
  • Comes with users manual
  • Easy installer

Here's an audio demo of the APC in action:

System Requirements

  • 1GHz CPU or higher with SSE
  • 512MB RAM or higher
  • Microsoft® Windows® 7, XP (SP2 or later), or Vista™
  • VST™ 2 compatible host

Pricing and Availability

APC is available now for €10,00EUR/US $10. 

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