L-Day Synths LPX-S1, free synth plugin

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L-Day Synths LPX-S1

L-Day Synth has released LPX-S1, a free synthesizer instrument for Windows.

A new combination of Linear Phase Modulation and Virtual Analog/Subtractive Synthesis.

LPX-S1 features

  • 6 voice polyphonic synth.
  • 2 oscillatos (LPM and 7xUnison oscillator with standard waveshapes).
  • 1 filter+ADSR (LP, HP, BP, XP, Vocal).
  • 1 envelope ADSR.
  • 2 LFO’s (with sine, saw, ramp, s&h).
  • 1 trancegate (with Gate Trigger).
  • 1 pingpong stereo delay.
  • MIDI input with velocity aftertouch.

LPX-S1 for Windows (VST) is available as a free download.

More information: L-Day Synths / LPX-S1

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L-Day Synths Athmonova2, free virtual analog synthesizer

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L-Day Synths has released Athmonova2, a free virtual analog synthesizer instrument for Windows.

L-Day Synths Athmonova2
L-Day Synths Athmonova2

Athmonova2 features

  • 1 OSC with saw/tri/pwm + 1 Subosc in different Modis, 1 Noise OSC.
  • Multi-mode filter (LP/HP/BP/Formant).
  • LFO with different routings.
  • 4x ADS/r Filter/Lfo/Mod/Envelope.
  • Effects: Overdrive/Distortion, Pingpong Delay, Stereo Widener.

Athmonova2 is available to download as a freeware VST instrument plug-in for Windows PC.

More information: L-Day Synths / Athmonova2

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L-Day Synths releases Basscruncher

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L-Day Synths Basscruncher

L-Day Synths has released Basscruncher, a free 303 Bassline Synthesizer instrument plug-in for Windows.

Basscruncher features

  • Monophonic Synthesizer.
  • 1 OSC (saw/pulse waveform).
  • 1 LP Filter with 303 like Resonance.
  • Filter Stepsequencer with 16 steps.

Basscruncher is available as a freeware VST instrument plug-in for Windows PC.

More information: L-Day Synths / Basscruncher

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L-Day releases xd4

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L-Day xd4

L-Day has released xd4, a freeware VST instrument plug-in for Windows PC.

xd4 is a retro style FM synthesizer in the classic DX style.

xd4 features

  • 4 Operators / 6 Algorithms (harmonic knobs for easy programming).
  • Phase Envelope.
  • 1 ADSR Envelope.
  • Flanger.
  • Stereo Keypanner.
  • Glide Wheel.

Visit L-Day for more information and a link to download xd4.

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L-Day releases SIDmonster v0.10

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L-Day SIDmonster

L-Day has released version 0.10 of SIDmonster, a 8bit lo-fi synth with the classic sound of the C64.

SIDmonster v0.10 features

  • One OSC – Triangle/Saw/Square/Noise (Pitchable).
  • 16 step Table editor.
  • One Vibrato with Delay.
  • One Lowpass filter (no Hi/Band Filter Support).
  • Envelope ADSR.
  • Sync Noise to Squarewave.
  • Full PWM Control in Lo/Hi or Flip.
  • 8-Bit Output in two samplerates (22050/8200 HZ).

SIDmonster is available as a VST plug-in for Windows PC.

Visit L-Day for more information.

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