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Saturn XI skin for Jeremy Evers Atlantis released

KVR user ENV1 has released Saturn XI, a skin for the Atlantis software synthesizer by Jeremy Evers.

Cobbled together a new (less experimental) UI for Atlantis which i think might be worth sharing.

ENV1 Saturn XI for Atlantis
ENV1′s new skin for the Atlantis software synth, one of my favorite freeware plugins.

The Saturn XI skin is available to download at no cost. Recommended minimum resolution is 1920×1200/1080.
Get the freeware Atlantis synth plug-in for Windows at Jeremy Evers’ website here.

More information: Saturn XI

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Jeremy Evers releases xi2bmk2

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Jeremy Evers

Jeremy Evers has released xi2bmk2, a tool for converting .xi instruments to samples for Beatmaker 2.

Here’s a little tool that I cooked up to share with old-school fast tracker 2 heads that play with beatmaker 2.

xi2bmk2 will rip through your dusty old .xi instrument collection, and convert it to a shiny new .bmk2 and .wav collection.

xi2bmk2 features

  • xi2bmk2 will operate recursively on an input directory that you specify. The first folders that it encounters will become the category names in the .bmk2 file.
  • You can use the .wavs for whatever you like, but the tuning information, key maps, and loop points are all stored in the .bmk2 xml.
  • Since fast tracker‘s envelopes were so radical, they are not converted to the standard ADSR that beatmaker 2 uses.
  • Stereo pair instruments (identified by two files, *L.xi and *R.xi, in the same folder, with matching keymaps and samples) will be magically welded back together into a single stereo instrument.

xi2bmk2 is available to download for Windows PC at no cost.

More information: Jeremy Evers

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Jeremy Evers updates Atlantis to v0.9o

Jeremy Evers Atlantis

Jeremy Evers has released version 0.9o of Atlantis, a freeware synthesizer VSTi and filter delay plug-in.

Jeremy writes:

I haven’t got any more donations in a while, so I sponsored a new build of Atlantis myself. It’s serious sunset season at my beach, so I bought a cheap radical flyer to throw around with my friends. On top of that, I have joined a fierce bicycle gang. Summer rules.

Changes in Atlantis v0.9o

  • Mousewheel support is back in.
  • Delay module display is back to the old box style (flashing made people twitch, you may need to tweak your skins).

Atlantis is available as freeware for Windows PC. Donations are much appreciated.

Visit Jeremy Evers for more information.

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Jeremy Evers updates Atlantis to v0.9n

Jeremy Evers Atlantis

Jeremy Evers has released version 0.9n of Atlantis, a freeware synthesizer VSTi and filter delay plug-in.

Jeremy writes:

Before I get to what is new, I need to mention an old feature that lots of people ask about. On any selection button (waveform, modulator, algorithm, file, program, etc.), you can right click to bring up a context menu. If you right drag vertically, you can scrub settings. This is much nicer than the prev/next buttons a lot of people ask for. Try it.

Changes in Atlantis beta v0.9n

  • fixed sample-and-hold mode for noise lfo
  • fixed old presets loading with wrong shapers
  • fixed number of voices selection
  • fixed polyphony cut-out bug
  • potential fix for keyjazz mode in buze, although it damages mousewheel support
  • now double-buffering all renders

Atlantis is available as freeware for Windows PC. Donations are much appreciated.

Visit Jeremy Evers for more information.

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Jeremy Evers updates Atlantis to v0.9m

Jeremy Evers Atlantis

Jeremy Evers has released version 0.9m of Atlantis, a freeware synthesizer VSTi and filter delay plug-in.

Changes in Atlantis beta v0.9m

  • Fixed repeatverb limiter distortion.
  • Added phase offset slider, works great with saw lfo.
  • Updated file format, waveforms now store path.
  • Made UI skinnable and improved every module.
  • Updated button mouse controls:
    • Power: left click entire area.
    • Context menu: right click.
    • Selection: right drag or mousewheel.
    • Wave window phase: left drag.
  • Extened delay length 4x.
  • Rescaled global volume.
  • FXP & FXB support.
  • Single preset files (ass, asf).
  • Improved stability on startup (constructor race conditions and buffers).
  • Better anti-denormal code for phaser, filters, octaver, chorus and flanger..
  • New FM preset waveforms with less harmonic content.
  • Preset browsing.
  • Mousewheel support for sliders, selection buttons and delay input.
  • Help link button.
  • A way to name programs: left click for a dialog with patch name and comments.
  • Added author and category fields to programs.

Atlantis is available as freeware for Windows PC. Donations are much appreciated.

Visit Jeremy Evers for more information.

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Jeremy Evers updates Atlantis to v0.9l

Jeremy Evers Atlantis

Jeremy Evers has released version 0.9l of Atlantis, a freeware synthesizer VSTi and filter delay plug-in.

Changes in Atlantis v0.9l

  • Waveform windows don’t scroll. This makes it much easier to see what is going on.
  • Moved the shaper so it is not sandwiched between two filters.
  • Made the routing diagrams show how f3 feeds back into the delay.
  • Made the envelope rulers look better.
  • Added current position needles to the LFOs and envelopes.
  • Made everything look a bit nicer.
  • Optimized the whole thing so that it updates the graphics much faster.

Atlantis is available as freeware for Windows PC (VST).

Visit Jeremy Evers for more information.

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Jeremy Evers updates Atlantis to v0.9k

Jeremy Evers Atlantis

Jeremy Evers has released version 0.9k of Atlantis, a freeware synthesizer VSTi and filter delay plug-in.

This update does not add any features but increases stability of the plug-in.

Jeremy does ask for your opinion with regards to the future development of Atlantis, so if you’re interested in this plug-in make sure to read his questions.

He writes:

There’s still so much I want to do with Atlantis for 1.0:

Complex envelopes on the oscillators are too gimmicky to be practical. I want to bring the oscillator envelopes back to the oldschool adsr days- they are easier to automate, especially in modern hosts. No one really needs native complex envelopes, that sort of thing is what host automation is for. Leave a comment here if I am wrong, because they will be changing in future versions if you don’t speak up. I may keep the modulator envelopes as is, let me know how you feel about that too.

The patch management is horrible, we’ve wanted to fix that for years, and even had an elegant online solution in the works at one point. A few people have pointed at various plugins that do it well. We had our own ideas about ways to do it here, but never got to 100%. This is an area of the program that needs serious thought. Does anyone use program changes any more? I may get rid of that whole system again as it just makes it complicated and annoying for both the user and the programmer. Let me know if you care.

Visit Jeremy Evers for more information and a link to download the latest version of the Atlantis instrument and effect plug-ins.

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