Two Oscillator Synth For Windows

Maxsynths introduces Latte VSTi      28/02/12

Two Oscillator Synth For Windows


Maxsynths say that Latte is inspired by the old synthesizers from the past and is able to produce powerful synth sounds, fat basses, expressive leads, crazy sounds and more. They tell us that,despite the fact that the synth layout looks very simple, the modulation options allows shaping of the sound in a lot of different ways.
A Maxsynths spokesperson told us, "One of the most interesting features is the possibility to use the polyphonic aftertouch as a modulation source to create the typical expressive sounds which have been a trademark for the well known synth gurus of the past. The Saw/Pulse oscillator of Latte, characterized by a powerful and warm sound, has been created specially with the aim to recreate a realistic vintage sound."
Features
  • 2 Oscillators with custom Saw and Pulse waveforms and noise generator (White and Pink noise)
  • 12dB Low Pass/High Pass state variable filter
  • 2 LFOs with assignable destinations
  • Assignable envelope generator
  • Extensive options for external modulation with routable Channel or Poly Aftertouch
  • FX section with Chorus and Delay
  • 16 voice polyphonic
  • Low CPU usage
Pricing and Availability:
19.90€ More information:

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