H.G. Fortune Alphatron (Pro & Basic Free), virtual synthesizer plug-in

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H.G. Fortune Alphatron

H.G. Fortune has announced the release of Alphatron, a virtual synthesizer instrument plug-in for Windows.

Alphatron is not just a simple VA synthesizer instead in using a 3rd oscillator with digital waves it does offer a lot more variation. Thus it can do analogstyle sounds reminding of the old Moog and Prophet days but also merge this with the digital realm in various ways to achieve sounds beyond.

Alphatron features

  • VA Oscillator with up to 6 poly waves for Saw, Ramp, Sine, Tri, and Pulse.
  • VA Oscillator with single waves as above plus white and pink noise, Sync slave.
  • Sample Oscillator with fairly typical digital waves with different hamonic content, Sync master.
  • Amplitude Modulation with dedicated output.
  • 24 dB resonant Low Pass filter with dedicated ADSR EG, 4 mixable mod sources.
  • VCA EG. Note: Both EG have 3 modes: exponential, reverse exponential, and linear; and optional control for Attack and Decay by velocity.
  • Booster or Enciter selectable.
  • Mystify with three selctable types (Brite, Soft, Dark).
  • BPM synced Delay with adjustable Offset controlled manually or by modsource, Pan.
  • Bass Boost.
  • Pan for undelayed signal.
  • Small Reverb for adding some nice flavour.
  • Saturator.
  • Main Volume.
  • 3 x LFO, 1 x Duo LFO (with two waves and phase control for 2nd wave), 1 x S&H.
  • Pitch LFO with option to speed up or down the LFO speed.
  • 16 Step Seqencer with Shuffle for notes and velocity plus mute buttons for each step..
  • Incl 8 pattern slots per patch and 4 global pattern slots for instant changes.
  • 3 Wheels.
  • Aftertouch as selectable modsource.
  • 8 Lazy buttons.
  • 8 GUI variants selectable.
  • 128 patches.

Alphatron Pro is available to purchase as a VST instrument plug-in for Windows PC for 29 EUR. The Basic version has limited features and is available as a free download from the H.G. Fortune website.

More information: H.G. Fortune

  • Mogens Dam

    There’s no download link for the free version on HG Fortunes website yet

  • http://rekkerd.org ronnie

    Not sure about earlier, but it’s there now.

  • Mogens Dam

    Thanks, Ronnie. Have a nice weekend!

  • Phil

    Often, i found HG synths always sounding the same.

    But the last ones are worth trying, they are very different ;)

u-he ACE

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