Contralogic has announced the release of Blarg, a synthesizer instrument plug-in for Windows.
Blarg’s oscillators can be assigned one of six unique modes of sound generation.
Blarg is a 32-bit VSTi plugin for Windows. It is polyphonic, with up the three oscillators per voice producing a signal which can be altered by a number of modifiers: a formant filter bank, warp (a waveshaper), multimode filters and a limiter. The combined output of these can be further processed by a range of in-built effects.
The instrument features 4 envelopes and 4 low frequency oscillators, as well as a few other modulation sources, which can be assigned to dynamically alter most of the instrument’s controls.
The Blarg plug-in is available to purchase for the introductory price of $9.99 USD for a limited time (50% off regular).
More information: Contralogic / Blarg
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