David Sosnowski releases Sosnowski Synthesizer

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Sosnowski Synthesizer

David Sosnowski has released the Sosnowski Synthesizer, an analog-style software music synthesizer.

With a simple, clear, easy-to-use and well-organized layout and sensible architecture, the Sosnowski Synthesizer is ideal for newcomers to the art; yet, with its rich feature set and thorough controllability, even seasoned professionals will find it an attractive and inexpensive addition to their resources.

Sosnowski Synthesizer features

  • 128 original preset sounds plus three user sound banks.
  • Unlimited user-created sounds; easy to save and load.
  • Four multi-function oscillators (sine, triangle, square, sawtooth, and noise waveforms on each).
  • Full filter control with dual LFOs and separate envelope control.
  • Onboard transposition plus global master tuning.
  • Designed for easy connection to any MIDI keyboard.
  • Built-in parametric EQ with visual interface.
  • Onboard basic ‘scope aids sound shaping and leveling.
  • MIDI channel selectable 1-16 plus omni mode.
  • Selectable enable of patch change, volume, and pan signals.
  • Onboard velocity keyboard.
  • Full 32-voice polyphony.
  • Zoomable interface (standalone – player).
  • Fullscreen display for performance venues (standalone player).
  • Works with popular notation programs and sequencers.
  • Onboard sound treatment (chorus, reverb, echo, pan/x).
  • Supports multiple instances.
  • Switchable elements for control of graphical load.
  • Pitchbend, MIDI, sustain pedal indication.

The Sosnowski Synthesizer is available for Windows PC (VST/Standalone) for $49 USD. A demo version can be downloaded here (two seconds silence once a minute).

Visit SSynth.com for more information and audio demos.

  • Sean D

    Sadly disappointed.. There are some great synths out there this is NOT one of them. Poorly designed bad quality. Makes claims it simply does not do.

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