Limeflavour releases Legacy skins for Oatmeal

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Limeflavour has released two new skins for Oatmeal, a virtual synthesizer instrument by Fuzzpilz.

Limeflavour Legacy skins for Oatmeal
Legacy skins for Oatmeal

The first skin is the Tron Legacy inspired skin built by Derek Halpenny, with small assistance from me.

The second skin is a lighter variant of the Tron skin, desaturated and brightened to suit my taste. This skin is all done by me.

Both skins (for Oatmeal r38-1) are available as a free download from the Limeflavour website.

More information: Limeflavour

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Fuzzpilz updates Oatmeal to v38-1

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Fuzzpilz Oatmeal v38-1

Fuzzpilz has released version 38-1 of Oatmeal, a freeware virtual analog synth plug-in for Windows PC.

Changes in v38-1

  • Oatmeal now has unison. At present this affects only the two oscillators; filters and noise remain singular (although the filters are duplicated if necessary for stereo output).
  • Multiple instances running on separate cores/CPUs should no longer produce garbled output.
  • Per-voice saturation does not as easily cause annoyingly audible note-off clicks.
  • New filter types and some minor internal changes.
  • The two filters can now be used in series as well as in parallel, and you can set the second filter’s type individually. (37-6c: fixed a bug with this)
  • Sonar bug fixed.

Visit Fuzzpilz to download the latest version of Oatmeal.

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Fuzzpilz updates Oatmeal to v37-6c

Fuzzpilz Oatmeal VSTi

Fuzzpilz has released version 37-6c of Oatmeal, a freeware virtual analog synth plug-in for Windows PC.

Changes in v37-6c

  • presets saved with 2 filter types in parallel mode did not load correctly (the second filter would always show Clone).

Visit Fuzzpilz for more information and a link to download Oatmeal.

Note: make sure you grab the updated Designer Monkey skins for Oatmeal here (for screenshots of these skins, check this post).

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Fuzzpilz updates Oatmeal to v37-6b

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Fuzzpilz Oatmeal VSTi

Fuzzpilz has released version 37-6b of Oatmeal, a freeware virtual analog synth plug-in for Windows PC.

Changes in v37-6b

  • Fixed a bug involving all-notes-off messages that was causing some trouble for Sonar users.
  • Filter changes. You can now use the two filters in series as well as in parallel, and you can set the second filter’s type separately.

Note: The default filter behaviour is for the second filter to use the same type as the first filter, so old patches will work just the same without adjustment. Old skins, unfortunately, will be missing the third switch state for the filter doubling switch (it’ll work, but they’ll just display the “on” frame for both parallel and serial modes), and of course won’t have the second filter type switch at all.

Visit Fuzzpilz for more information and a link to download Oatmeal.

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Fuzzpilz updates Oatmeal to v37-5b

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Fuzzpilz Oatmeal VSTi

Fuzzpilz has released version 37-5b of Oatmeal, a freeware virtual analog synth plug-in for Windows PC.

Changes in v37-5b

  • Multiple instances running on separate cores/CPUs should no longer produce garbled output.
  • Per-voice saturation does not as easily cause annoyingly audible note-off clicks.
  • A handful of useless new filter types and some minor internal changes.

Fuzzpilz writes:

No idea if the Sonar all-notes-off problem persists, as I was never able to reproduce it in the first place. I’d appreciate it if people got in touch (again), especially if it happens on other hosts also.

So be sure to contact Fuzzpilz if you’re experience all-notes-off problems (email address is the first link on his website).

Visit Fuzzpilz for more information and a link to download Oatmeal.

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