Results for HyperSynth

Below are the posts that should have something to do with 'HyperSynth'.

Note: Use the search form in the top right if you're looking for something specific.

  

HyperSynth releases XEditor for Xenophone

Related: , , , , Posted in news on Apr 14, 2014 - comment 0 comments

HyperSynth has launched XEditor, a freeware editor for advanced controlling over the Xenophone synthesizer in your DAW.

HyperSynth XEditor

XEditor offers remote access to all synth engine parameters via MIDI messages (CC and NRPN). The GUI design is based on the hardware layout while keeping all the controls in a single-window system. Most of the knobs are equipped with helpful readout. Using this tool you can edit mod matrix and sequencer without any hassle.

XEditor features

  • Full control of the sound engine (212 parameters).
  • Support automation for all parameters.
  • Rename program remotely via sysex.
  • Select programs and banks remotely.
  • True readout for envelope and LFO rates.
  • Sync to host option for master tempo.
  • 128 empty presets.
  • 3 Wheels: Pitch, Mod and Aftertouch.
  • Run as standalone or VST plugin.

XEditor for Windows is freeware. The Xenophone synthesizer is expected to begin shipping in May-June 2014. It can be pre-ordered now (at 11% discount).

More information: HyperSynth / XEditor

StrayWorx releases SIDized for SIDizer

Related: , , , , Posted in news on Apr 04, 2014 - comment 0 comments
StrayWorx SIDized

StrayWorx has announced the release of SIDized, a collection of 100 presets for the SIDizer virtual synthesizer instrument from HyperSynth.

Handcrafted with love for chiptunes and modern electro-sound-design. Usage is not limited to chiptunes only, SIDized preset pack includes a wide range of sounds: from 8bit Nintendo-ish blip-blops to Skrillexing bass-growls, through analog-ish pads and ring-modulated madness. Don’t forget to use mod-wheel, it can beat the **** out of the already modulated sounds.

SIDized features

  • 3 channels of oldschool coolness.
  • Retro-nostalgic feelings and childhood memories.
  • Blip-blop, boing, bleeeep, doink.
  • Character and unique personality.
  • 6581, 8580, MOS, SID.
  • Commodore 64.

The soundset is available for $16 USD.

More information: StrayWorx / SIDized

HyperSynth announces Xenophone analog synthesizer

Related: , , , , , , Posted in news on Oct 17, 2013 - comment 0 comments
HyperSynth Xenophone

HyperSynth has announced Xenophone, an advanced analog mono synthesizer with 100% analog signal path.

It has three oscillators, two subs, three ring modulators, one multimode VCF and analog distortion, all based on discrete analog circuits followed by a high quality stereo digital delay and reverb. The extensive modulation capabilities of the sound engine plus the warm and unique character of Xen’s filter enriched by built-in analog distortion make it ideal for creating deep basses, aggressive leads, transparent and crisp synth lines, acid sequences, complex arpeggios, punchy percussive sounds, extreme SFXs and more. Besides the synthesis capabilities, it can be used as a powerful audio processor to colorize an external input signal by analog filter, distortion and DFX.

Xenophone has a rigid Aluminum enclosure that comes with a pair of vintage style hand-made wooden side panels made out of maple wood in two options: flat and tilted.

The box connects to the outside world using 2x balanced outputs (stereo), 1x headphone jack, 1x external input, 1x CV input, MIDI in/out, USB and DC power in.

Xenophone comes with a software editor called: XEditor. Using this editor you can control and automate every parameter of the sound engine remotely via MIDI and storing your patches on your PC and vice versa. It also helps you in deep and precise editing the patches. XEditor will be available as standalone and VST plug-in.

Xenophone is expected to be available in Q1 2014. Pricing and release date TBA.

More information: HyperSynth / Xenophone

HyperSynth updates Miniak-editor to v2.2

Related: , , , , , , Posted in news on Apr 24, 2012 - comment 0 comments
HyperSynth Miniak-editor

HyperSynth has updated the Miniak-editor Akai Miniak controller software to version 2.2.

Miniak-editor is able to retrieve presets from Miniak memory or load it from hard drive into the editor. You can send a complete program to Miniak via sysex or change any parameter of synthesizer in real time.

Changes in Miniak-editor v2.2

  • Added MIDI learn and default CC assignment for most of the parameters.
  • Added new MIDI controller input port.
  • Added support for Nintendo Wii Remote as a MIDI controller.
  • Added Latch button.
  • Fixed rare issue in saving MIDI In/out when the device number was greater than 9.
  • Fixed problem that caused mismatch between standalone and VST MIDI In device.
  • M1 and M2 wheel now also respond to changes visually in block mode (echo off).
  • Updated documentation (Added CC tables and step by step tutorials).

Miniak-editor for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for $38 USD.

More information: HyperSynth / Miniak-editor

HyperSynth updates Ion-editor to v2.2

Related: , , , , , , Posted in news on Mar 09, 2012 - comment 0 comments
HyperSynth Ion-editor

HyperSynth has updated its Ion-editor controller software for the Alesis ION and Micron synthesizers to version 2.2.

Ion-editor is a software editor for advanced controlling over the famous Alesis ION and Micron analog modeling synthesizers in your DAW. Ion-editor offers intuitive user interface and it emulates ion LCD display graphics for parameters that need more descriptive information like envelope curve, filter balance, mod matrix and tracking generator.

Changes in Ion-editor v2.2

  • Added MIDI learn and default CC assignment for most of the parameters.
  • Added new MIDI controller input port.
  • Added support for Nintendo Wii Remote as a MIDI controller.
  • Added Latch button (Micron Mode).
  • Fixed problem in rename sysex function that overridden FX2 values.
  • Fixed rare issue in saving MIDI In/out when the device number was greater than 9.
  • Fixed problem that caused mismatch between standalone and VST MIDI In device.
  • Now editor’s M1 and M2 wheel respond to changes visually in block mode (echo off) too.
  • Updated documentation: (Added CC tables and step by step tutorials).

Ion-editor for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for $38 USD.

More information: HyperSynth / Ion-editor

Hypersynth updates SIDizer to v1.3

Related: , , , , , Posted in news on Dec 20, 2011 - comment 8 comments
Hypersynth SIDizer

HyperSynth has updated the SIDizer SID chip emulation synthesizer instrument to version 1.3.

Using circuit modeling technology nearly all unique features of two versions (6581-8580) of SID chip among their famous flaws are accurately modeled. This emulation focuses on simulating nonlinear character of SID filter and mimicking special 6581 distortion that mainly influence the alternation of filtered signal in a real SID chip.

Changes in SIDizer v1.3

  • Added new skin + several GUI enhancements.
  • Added 6 new mod sources: “Note number, Aftertouch, MIDI Breath, MIDI Foot, MIDI Expression, Constant”.
  • Added 4 new mod destinations: “Main Volume, Matrix 1-3 Depth”.
  • Added option to set sound engine quality based on C64 hardware or host sample-rate.
  • Added zero value for Pitch Wheel range.
  • Added MIDI learn and default CC assignment for most of the parameters.
  • Now SIDizer responds to MIDI “program change” and “all notes off” messages.
  • Now in mod matrix “LFO1 noise” and “LFO2 noise” are renamed to “Random Unipolar” and “Random Bipolar” and their functions are updated to match the corresponded name.
  • Fixed Pitch wheel asymmetric problem when it was used as mod source.
  • Fixed issue in modulating filter and oscillators amplitudes.
  • Fixed minor readout issues.
  • Updated documentation: (Added MIDI Implementation Chart , CC tables and etc).

SIDizer for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for $49 USD.

More information: Hypersynth / SIDizer

HyperSynth updates Ion-editor to v2.1

Related: , , , , , , Posted in news on Sep 30, 2011 - comment 0 comments
HyperSynth ION-editor

HyperSynth has updated Ion-editor, a software editor for the Alesis ION and Micron analog modeling synthesizers.

Ion-editor offers intuitive user interface and it emulates ion LCD display graphics for parameters that need more descriptive information like envelope curve, filter balance, mod matrix and tracking generator.

Changes in Ion-editor v2.1

  • New registration method that is based on username instead of machine-id.
  • Added readout for all parameters.
  • Added option for disabling graphical readout.
  • Added dedicated zoom level in settings menu with save option (standalone version).
  • Added full-screen button (standalone version).
  • Added “reset to default” for m1 and m2 wheel.
  • Enhanced m1, m2 and pitch wheel graphics and movement.
  • Enhanced Filter Freq, Porta time and ENVs readout format.
  • Now for all parameters “reset to default” responds to “Double Click” besides “Ctrl + Click” for more flexibility.
  • Fixed OSCs and ENVs LED selectors malfunction after requesting patch.
  • Fixed bug in Cubase 5 which caused to block MIDI out after adding plug-in in project.
  • Fixed crash after opening a project with multiple instances of the same plug-in in Cubase.
  • Fixed problem that caused “Rename” window to be displayed wrongly after manually sending a SysEx patch to editor from micron/ion.
  • Fixed problem that blocked auto sysex listening in some circumstances.
  • Improved compatibility with VST hosts.

ION-editor is available to purchase as a VST plug-in for Windows for $38 USD.

More information: HyperSynth / ION-editor

HyperSynth updates Oresus synthesizer plug-in to v1.2

Related: , , Posted in news on Aug 17, 2011 - comment 0 comments
HyperSynth Oresus

HyperSynth has released an update for Oresus, a virtual synthesizer instrument for Windows.

Oresus is a synthesizer with huge range of tonal possibilities and intuitive user interface, It introduces WSM (wave shape modulation) and complex oscillator to produce new waveshapes from two raw sub oscillators.

Changes in Oresus v1.2

  • Increased number of factory presets to 100.
  • Now Acrv and Dcrv in all envelopes respond to “Ctrl + click” for resetting to default.
  • Fixed crashing when opening multiple instances of the same plugin in Cubase.
  • Fixed several problems in LFO retrig function.
  • Fixed malfunction in oscillator “phase” and “phase a-b”.
  • Fixed problem in step-lfo that did not load step values from *.ors files.
  • Fixed a problem with displaying preset name with more than 19 characters.
  • Fixed problem in polyphony selector which caused unwanted jump or lock.
  • Slight code optimization.
  • Minor GUI enhancement.
  • Updated documentation.

Oresus for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for $45 USD.

More information: HyperSynth / Oresus