Plogue Chipsounds, 8-bit sound chip emulator updated

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Plogue Chipsounds

Plogue has released version 1.5 of Chipsounds, a virtual synthesizer which authentically emulates vintage 8bit-era sound chips.

The most advanced 8-bit sound chip emulator is doing even more to save endangered sound chip species!

In addition to having a totally new Interface and improved sound authenticity, Plogue is saving 3 new sound chips from extinction and adds many additional features.

Changes in Chipsounds v1.5

  • Totally different skin (fits on all monitors and ebooks).
  • Current mixer strip is always available.
  • You can now enter some values using keyboard.
  • New Amplitude LFO added.
  • Two asignable drawable user LFOS.
  • New: uPD1771C (as used in the Super Cassette Vision).
  • New: uPD65010G (as used in the PV-1000).
  • New: M5232 (as used in the Poly-800).
  • DMG-01′s wave channel now has extra phase modulation (Pmode) and vertical offset (VPOS) settings.
  • Added new MIDI Delay Module.
  • Added Swing to Arpeggiator.

Chipsounds is available to purchase an instrument plug-in for PC and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) for $95 USD.

More information: Plogue / Chipsounds

Rob Papen Blade

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