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Humanoid Sound Systems updates Enzyme to v1.0.30

Humanoid Sound Systems Enzyme

Humanoid Sound Systems has updated its Enzyme synthesizer instrument for Windows and Mac to version 1.0.30.

Enzyme incorporates all the popular features of our Scanned Synth Pro, but takes its scanning synthesis in several new directions simultaneously. Sample import is now available so you can resynthesise existing sounds with automatic pitch detection and click-free looping, while Hybrid Scanned/FM synthesis is also on offer for even more sonic possibilities.

Changes in Enzyme v1.0.30

  • Improved randomisation (this will blow your mind).
  • Extended core sample library.
  • Added micro-tuning feature (alternative tuning scales).
  • Added license agreements to installers.
  • Changed MIDI learn feature for performance parameters so that it is not saved in preset and persists between sessions.
  • Fixed crash when moving knobs in FX rack.
  • Fixed legato mode so that, when a note is released, it returns to previous note.
  • Fixed display of distortion pregain parameter.
  • Fixed delay sync mode so that it has a max length of 32 beats.
  • Fixed delay sync mode time display so it displays time in beats.
  • Fixed bugs in preset/bank menus.
  • Fixed bug where audio engine could become silent when using Nearest4 connection matrix with high Spring Force setting.
  • Fixed bug in flanger where it could become overloaded, requiring preset to be reloaded.
  • Fixed tracking of most recent not played in modulation system (used when modulating a monophonic parameter with a polyphonic modulator).
  • Fixed stand-alone version on Windows (32-bit only).

Enzyme for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $49.95 USD.

More information: Humanoid Sound Systems / Enzyme

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Humanoid Sound Systems updates Enzyme to v1.0.26

Humanoid Sound Systems Enzyme

Humanoid Sound Systems has released version 1.0.26 of Enzyme, the scanned synthesis instrument for Windows and Mac.

Enzyme incorporates all the popular features of our Scanned Synth Pro, but takes its scanning synthesis in several new directions simultaneously. Sample import is now available so you can resynthesise existing sounds with automatic pitch detection and click-free looping, while Hybrid Scanned/FM synthesis is also on offer for even more sonic possibilities.

Changes in Enzyme v1.0.26

  • Fixed randomisation so that it does not attempt to load non-Enzyme preset files from EnzymeData/Random folder.
  • Fixed bug where import sample names were not updating after a preset was loaded.
  • Fixed bug where older presets were not displaying the correct units for certain parameters.
  • Changed the output of LFO Rate’s display so that it conatins decimal places.
  • Made some changes to Flanger::process() as it is sometimes causing the audio to fail. It is still not working properly though for certain presets. Reverb is also an issue.
  • Fixed bug where holding the Control/Cmd key and left-clicking caused the parameter value to be displayed permanently.
  • Fixed bug where the wrong value was being used for depth values when using a bipolar LFO
  • Added a fix for AHDSR release. When AHDSR was being used as a modulator the release time was always 0 no matter what it was set to.
  • Fixed TextRenderer bug where it wasn’t drawing multi-line text properly.
  • Added a fix so that users can now load “aif” and “aiff” sample files. Needs to be to be tested on Mac.
  • Added a fix for existing presets that were created before the LFO changes (ENZ-209). This should make existing presets sound the same as the originals but will cause the range of some depth parameters to be -3 to 1 instead of -1 to 1. Unfortunately this is unavoidable.
  • Added a fix for modulator headings not being displayed when switching presets.

Enzyme is available to purchase for $49.95 USD.

More information: Humanoid Sound Systems / Enzyme

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Humanoid Sound Systems releases Enzyme synth plugin (Public Beta)

Humanoid Sound Systems has released a public beta of Enzyme, a “scanned synthesis” instrument for Windows and Mac.

Humanoid Sound Systems Enzyme

Enzyme incorporates all the popular features of our Scanned Synth Pro, but takes its scanning synthesis in several new directions simultaneously.

Sample import is now available so you can resynthesise existing sounds with automatic pitch detection and click-free looping, while Hybrid Scanned/FM synthesis is also on offer for even more sonic possibilities.

Enzyme features

  • Next generation Scanned Synthesis Engine with Sample import function & Hybrid Scanned/FM synthesis options.
  • Multiple scanner options for fatter ‘Unison Mode’, brighter ‘Harmonic’, or imported ‘Explorer Mode’ with imported samples.
  • New Effects Rack, allowing practically unlimited layering of effects such as analog modelled filters, reverb, chorus, flanger, and destortion.
  • Automatable performance controls, allowing control of important parameters from a single location and multiple parameters to be controlled using a single control.
  • Alternative tunings.
  • VST 2.4, Audio Units (AAX Support coming soon).
  • Support for both 32 and 64 bit architectures under both Windows and OS X.
  • As with SSP, each Enzyme voice includes a complex Scanning Oscillator with hammer, wave, mass and connection matrix controls, a 7-mode resonant filter, three ADSR envelopes and two LFOs, and a separate Multi-Effects section featuring reverb, tempo-synced echo, chorus, flanger and 7-mode resonant filter.

Enzyme for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $49.99 USD. Note: This is still officially a beta version of Enzyme but it is totally safe to run on your computer.

More information: Humanoid Sound Systems / Enzyme

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Humanoid Sound updates Scanned Synth Pro to v2.1.1 (incl. 64-bit) + Xenogenesis & Anamorphic Cinema soundsets

Humanoid Sound Systems has released version 2.1.1 of Scanned Synth Pro, a virtual synthesizer for Windows and Mac.

Humanoid Sound Scanned Synth Pro
Scanned Synth Pro offers you a unique sound with personality and character in spades.

If you don’t want to sound like everybody else then try Scanned Synth Pro – a step beyond the clones.

SSP features a revolutionary Scanned Synthesis engine combining both physical modeling and wavetable synthesis, using a technique developed in the late 1990s by a pioneering team of scientists at Interval Research.

Changes in Scanned Synth Pro v2.1.1

  • Support for 64-bit VST and AU.
  • Included the LimeFlavour One skin.
  • Fixed the issue with serial numbers for users with accented characters in their names under Windows.

Scanned Synth Pro for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $24.99 USD. Existing users can download the update at no charge.

Xenogenesis for Scanned Synth Pro

Humanoid Sound has also released two soundsets: Xenogenesis for Scanned Synth Pro, and Anamorphic Cinema for Alchemy by Camel Audio.

Xenogenesis contains 142 sounds for Scanned Synth Pro, created by Bryan Lee, who was on the sound design team for the 2.0 release. The Xenogenesis soundset boosts main two categories of sound to remedy the fact that the factory set is currently woefully deficient in basses and leads – there are over 40 sounds in each of those categories as well as other sounds. Genres targeted: Ambient, Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Glitch, Grime, IDM, Industrial and Trip-Hop

Anamorphic Cinema is a unique hybrid of rawness and sophistication, capturing the internal richness and movement of scanned synthesis.

Anamorphic Cinema for Alchemy

It brings you pads that are rich and analogue in character, or airy and machine-like, plus leads featuring screaming filters, wheezing tubes, struck glass, and bags of retro attitude, and wiry, metallic, filth-laden basses tortured from wire and rust.

Starting life as 121Mb of detailed multi-samples captured from Humanoid Sound Systems’ Scanned Synth Pro, the sounds of Anamorphic Cinema have subsequently been enhanced by Alchemy filters, extensive modulation options, real-time performance controls and extra effects, to produce a library that will work perfectly across a host of genres including electronica and ambient, through to more aggressive styles such as industrial and dubstep.

The Xenogenesis soundset costs $10.99 USD; Anamorphic Cinema is $7.99 USD.

More information: Humanoid Sound Systems / Scanned Synth Pro

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Humanoid Sound Systems releases Scanned Synth Pro for Mac

Human Sound Systems Scanned Synth Pro 2

Humanoid Sound Systems‘s virtual synthesizer plug-in Scanned Synth Pro 2, is now available for Mac OSX.

Scanned Synth uses a unique new form of synthesis inspired by advances in digital music theory. It is designed to create rich complex digital tones and fantastic sound effects, while using simplifed controls and traditional synths techniques such as filters, lfo’s and effects.

Perfect for biting metallic growls, movement filled pads, and weird modular-like sound effects, ScannedSynth Pro provides a unique sound that is constantly changing and new every time you press a key. Featuring a revolutionary synthesis engine, combining the powers of both Physical Modelling and Wavetable synthesis, with simplified controls and full MIDI automation, ScannedSynth Pro is both simple and complex, powerful and easy to use.

If you’ve heard enough of the same boring static sounds, if you’ve tired of the same old methods of synthesis, if don’t want to sound like everybody else– then download ScannedSynth Pro – a step beyond the clones.

Scanned Synth Pro is now available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) for a pay-what-you-like price. A demo version is available for download from the product page.

Visit Humanoid Sound Systems for more information.

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Humanoid Sound Systems Scanned Synth Pro 2 now pay-what-you-like

Humanoid Sound Systems has introduced a new pricing model for Scanned Synth Pro 2, a synth designed to create rich complex digital tones and fantastic sound effects, while using simplifed controls and traditional synths techniques such as filters, lfo’s and effects.

Humanoid Sound Systems Scanned Synth Pro 2
Humanoid Sound Systems Scanned Synth Pro 2

John Proctor writes:

Scanned Synth Pro 2 is currently retailing at the excellent price of whatever you want to pay. You can enter an amount to pay, as much or as little as you like. Please make sure that it is at least 30 US Cents as Paypal take this as a fee so if you pay less than this amount then we will actually lose money.

Visit Humanoid Sound Systems for more information.

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Synth Programs releases Scanned Synth Pro Bank 1

Human Sound Systems Scanned Synth Pro 2

Daniel Maurer of Synth Programs has released SSP Bank 1, a collection of 128 patches for Scanned Synth Pro.

Daniel writes:

Scanned Synth Pro is a very capable instrument, but is a little more difficult to program than the average synth. Being one of the original sound designers for the factory presets, I’ve come to know this jewel quite well and would like to offer my first set of 128 programs.

Included in the bank are a variety of solo and section strings, trumpets, French horns, saxes, flutes, harmonicas, organs with rotating speaker effects, plucked strings, pianos, guitars, basses and, of course, the interesting synth sounds it is best known for.

All the sounds have parameters assigned to the modulation wheel, aftertouch and velocity; sometimes dramatically, sometimes subtly. This will add a ton of expression to your playing. Also, all the sounds are sorted by category to make finding what you want quick and easy.

SSP Bank 1 is available for purchase for $13 USD.

Visit Synth Programs for more information and a demo mp3.

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