Organ Emulation

Torn Sub releases Byron VSTi for Windows      22/04/14

Organ Emulation


Torn Sub has released Byron, described as an inspiring virtual organ on steroids.

A spokesperson told us, "Byron is VA style organ synth and presenting an advanced approach of playing a virtual instrument and brings the user experience to new heights with lots of Joy of creation, and inspiring interface. This organ emulation offers 3 oscillators with 50 waveforms sound engine in each. Each sound engine has a secondary engine which gives you the ability to morph your driving waveform to another one and to combine the whole 3 oscillators together. This method can create tons of sounds and combinations and gives Byron an amazing power, flexibility and versatility."

Pricing and Availability:
$39

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