Full Bucket Mono/Fury, free KORG Mono/Poly emulation

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Full Bucket has released the Mono/Fury, a free software synthesizer plug-in for Windows.

The Mono/Fury is a VST™2.4 software synthesizer plug-in for Microsoft Windows® emulating the classic KORG Mono/Poly® analog synthesizer of the early 1980′s. It is written in native C++ code for high performance even on “lighter” systems.

Full Bucket Mono/Fury
Full Bucket Mono/Fury

Mono/Fury features

  • Close emulation of behavior and all controls.
  • Monophonic/quadrophonic keyboard action.
  • Four band-limited oscillators.
  • Four-pole lowpass filter with self-oscillation.
  • “Effects” section including Cross modulation and hard sync.
  • Arpeggiator with sync-to-host option.
  • Additional tweak section.

Full Bucket Mono/Fury is available to download as a freeware VST plug-in for Windows PC.

More information: Full Bucket

  • digital lofi

    So anyone try this yet? C++ so it could possibly be ported, no? Anyone have Mono/Poly they could run it against? ;-)

    Me, I’ve got soft-synth burnout and barely the time to play those I do have. So frankly I don’t have the time, and I don’t have the experience, to properly evaluate this. But the part of me that’s a sucker for cool rendering of old hardware I covet this piques my interest.

  • http://rekkerd.org ronnie

    Björn writes about this in the manual (pdf on the website) under “A Warning to the Potential User”

    1. The Mono/Fury does not sound like it’s famous analog archetype.

    I own the Mono/Poly since 1984 and I am aware that there is a difference – however,
    I think the aura is captured pretty well. While testing and recording some songs with
    the Mono/Fury I immediately felt home.

    Haven’t had a chance to check it either but I think it’s probably a good emulation.

  • http://createaudio.wordpress.com Kevo

    Its alot of fun to play with and also check out bloo.

  • runrunrun

    this looks like a lot of wish there was a Mac equivalent.

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