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Tone2 releases The Dark Toxic soundset for Saurus

Tone2 has announced the release of Dark Toxic, a soundset for the Saurus virtual analog synthesizer plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Tone2 The Dark Toxic for Saurus

In a world filled with sounds it is sometimes hard to find something new, something from the depths of darkness that rips through the norm and sets your track apart.

Dark Toxic is that something! Using Saurus’ powerful oscillators, squelchy filters and a wealth of modulation options, our sound designers set out to create the dirtiest of the dirty.

140 original sounds programmed from scratch to showcase the dark side of Saurus, with a clear focus on the harder edged sounds for genres such as Drum and Bass, Complextro, Dubstep, Grindcore and Electronica. Dark Toxic covers the entire dirt range, from cone trashing basses to club smashing leads and pads, all to bring you the best in raw dark synth power.

The Dark Toxic features

  • Hand-picked selection of 140 presets created by a large number of professional sound designers: Ed Ten Eyck, Aiyn Zahev, George Zondagh, Massimo Bosco, Jamie Docwra, Marco Scherer, Bigtone, Rob Fabrie, Reinhard Reschner, Jeff Rhodes, Bryan Lee, SupremeJa, The Unshushable Coktor, Grzegorz Bartoszek, Sean Charles and Bastiaan van Noord (Tone2).
  • Supports modwheel, velocity and aftertouch.
  • Volume of all sounds has been carefully normalized.

The soundset is available to purchase for $39 USD / 29 EUR incl. VAT.

More information: Tone2 Audiosoftware / Dark Toxic

Synapse Audio updates Dune to v1.3, virtual synth gets MIDI Learn

Synapse Audio Dune

Synapse Audio has released version 1.3 of Dune, its flagship virtual synthesizer instrument for Windows and Mac.

Synapse DUNE has been updated to Version 1.3, an important maintenance update introducing MIDI Learn (right-click on a knob/button, select “MIDI Learn” then move your hardware controller knob). This allows the default MIDI map listed in the manual to be customized. Note that Mac users need to re-authenticate after installing this update, albeit only once.

Changes in Dune v1.3

  • MIDI Learn feature for all front panel knobs and switches..
  • New patches in bank B by patch contest winner Ed Ten Eyck.
  • Mousewheel now working on Windows hosts too.
  • On some systems, the “Diffuse-2″ reverb algorithm caused silence, fixed.
  • Some automation parameter labels were incorrect, fixed.

Dune for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $139 USD.

More information: Synapse Audio / Dune