A Moog-Style LFO Rhythm Machine

HG Sounds releases Mesh VSTi for Windows      17/07/12
A Moog-Style LFO Rhythm Machine


HG Sounds has released Mesh, which they describe as Moog-Style LFO Rhythm machine.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "The idea behind Mesh was to create a Virtual Analogue mono synth in the style of the Minimoog with the addition of 5 Tempo based LFOs for exploring rhythmic potential. In comparison to previous Homegrown Synths, Mesh is very simple using 3 Oscillators and a Sub Oscillator to shape the sound, a single oversampled Low Pass Moog style filter, and 3 Envelopes. The LFOs can modulate most parameters, and there are several quantized pitch destinations to enable complex one finger sequences to be constructed. Add to this a compact effects section comprising of a Modulator, a Delay and SoundScaper and finally an Arpeggiator which all adds up to a simple lightweight sonic playground." Pricing and Availability:
$20 introductory price More information:

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Smedley    Said...

Why is it that many Windows VSTi's are as ugly as sin?

17-Jul-12 03:25 PM


Loneraver    Said...

HG sounds doesn't make the prettiest looking vsts but they have some really impressive ones. Their Dream Machive plugin is one of most amazing ambient soundscape generators I've ever used. Too bad it always crashes my DAW but the crashing is almost worth the price for those instant amazing soundscapes.

18-Jul-12 10:32 AM


pedro    Said...

you are confunding "HG sounds" with "HG Fortune". but both are amazing

24-Jul-12 11:34 AM


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