Fat And Greasy Bass Synth

The Lower Rhythm releases Earthworm VSTi for Windows      15/12/11

Fat And Greasy Bass Synth


Buying Choices
The Lower Rhythm says that Earthworm is a bass synthesizer with all of the grease, fatness and power expected of an analog-style machine. They tell us that it features include two oscillators (five waveforms each), an extra fat LP filter and variable 'tone,' 'tube' drive and bit crushing. A TLR spokesperson told Sonic State, "When the soft sounds of other bass synths just aren't cutting it for your IDM, glitch, industrial, etc... Earthworm will provide the monophonic balls required right out of the box."
Features:
  • Monophonic design
  • Two oscillators with five waveforms each
  • Extra Fat LP filter
  • Variable 'Tone,' tube drive and bit crushing
Pricing and Availability:
$12.99 More information:

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