AlgoMusic and BK SynthLab have announced AMB ElectraBass, a synth that focuses on bass and leads with a futuristic sound.
- 2 Harmonic oscillators offering 11 waveforms each with phase modulation, ring modulation, sync and a noise oscillator
- Complex filter with 13 types of filters and x-y grid for cutoff and resonace
- 8 Dedicated envelopes to selected targets with 7 types of velocity curves
- 2 BPM synced LFOs with phase modulation
- Portamento with re-triggering, pitch bend amount, MIDI channel select and master BPM
- 3 Different forms of distortion
- Velocity sensitive controls with keyboard tracking of phase modulation and distortion with master volume and boost controls
- Unique pull down 32 stage sequencer offering piano grid style editing and complex algorithmic arpegiator along with volume and cutoff control for each stage
- 4 Different effects: Chorus, Phaser, Stereo delay, Digital reverb
- Dedicated vibrato for modulation wheel
- On board click and learn help system
- Preset information display
- Low CPU
- 128 presets by Boris K, David Haupt, Dr. Ambient, and Tim Conrardy
AMB ElectraBass will be available soon for 35 USD.
In the meantime, check out AmboElectra, a demo track Tim Conrardy wrote to showcase ElectraBass. (It uses just ElectraBass)
Tim Conrardy is a well known sound designer who has worked on presets for many commercial and freeware plug-ins. His Atari MIDI World website is one of the best resources when it comes to making music on the Atari.
Tim’s patch collection includes preset banks for a multitude of VST instruments (check the list below for details).
You can either download the whole package of patches below (2.13MB) or check for individual patches in the plug-in section.
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Tim Conrardy Patch Collection
- Absynth 2 by Native Instruments
- Arp2600 V by Arturia
- Crystal by Green Oaks (3 banks)
- EZ-Poly by Krakli
- Foorius by dmi@smartelectronix
- FreeAlpha by LinPlug
- Grand Electrix by NuSofting
- Karnage by Kriminal/Krakli
- Metallurgy by UGO
- Motion by UGO
- Oatmeal by Fuzzpilz
- Osiris-6 by Neko Studios
- Plex by Steinberg
- POCAS by Alex Glass/dsp.mutagene
- Polyibit by Andreas Ersson
- Rhino by Big Tick Audio (4 Banks)
- Sonata by SoHa
- SuperwaveP8 by Christopher Gill
- Synth1 by Ichiro Toda
- The Face by JustJ
- UKAS by uk-music
- Unison by ConcreteFX
- Uno FM by XSynth
- VCS5 by Richard Brooks
- Vurtbox by Krakli
- Wheel Of Fortune by H.G. Fortune
- WusikStation by Wusik (3 banks)
- Yava2 by Krakli
AlgoMusic and BK Synthlab have released Enceladus VSTi, the first in a series of collaborations between AlgoMusic and BK SynthLab.
AlgoMusic is well known for Tim Conrardy’s M42 and M51 VSTi and Boris K has released many quality freeware synths in the past.
- Two oscillators, each with 32 waveforms. Sync, voice detune, and filter allocation for each oscillator as well as keyboard on-off function
- Two Filters, each with 3 filter types (Low pass, High pass and Band pass) with 2x serial filters for richer filter sounds. Separate keyboard tracking and envelope modulation controls are provided
- Five ADSR style graphical envelope generators with fixed allocations to Amp, Filter1, Filter2, and 2 user mod envelopes
- Three LFO’s (Low Frequency oscillators) with separate FM and Sample hold controls
- Two separate step sequencers each with BPM synced selections and smooth controls. Steps can be 8, 16 or 32 steps
- Comprehensive Modulation Matrix with two targets per source
- Glide, Poly/ mono selections and Arpegiator controls with 6 arp types and hold (latch) feature
- Five different effects (Stereo delay,Stereo reverb, Chorus, Phaser and 4 band EQ with separate frequency and Q controls.)
- Background color editor and colored patch by type allocations
- Patch display editor by author, category and name
- Separate LFO for global vibrato setting for mod wheel
- 144 presets by Tim Conrardy, Boris K and David Haupt
Enceladus costs $49.99 USD (37.54 EUR), and demo is available for download.
Visit the AlgoMusic/BK Synthlab pages for more information and links to demo mp3s.