VoltKitchen updates MinimogueVA and MinimogueLUXUS to v2.3

VoltKitchen MinimogueLUXUS

VoltKitchen has released version 2.3 of MinimogueVA and MinimogueLUXUS, two free virtual Minimoog synthesizer instruments for Windows.

Changes in MinimogueVA/MinimogueLUXUS v2.3

  • New 24dB filter and a button to switch between the old 12dB filter and the new 24dB filter. The new filter is very advanced with built-in distortion, so it will use much more CPU. The old 12dB filter did not open up completely, but now you can enjoy the bright sound like the orignal when cutoff set to max when 24 db filter is selected. All sounds in the factory bank are set to the old filter, but I hope we can upgrade the synth with some new 24dB filter sounds later. Many of the old sounds have high resonance, and I advice you to reduce resonance level when switching to the new filter.
  • Osc drive(offset) has been changed. It still has a little bit of offset just like the original, but much less than the 2.2 version.
  • 10 new sounds by Sinisa Lupis.
  • Added midi learn for bar-sync and the 16 gate off/on buttons.
  • LUXUS version has got a new layout of controls to look similar to the new controller by Mario Jurisch of Synth-project.de.

MinimogueVA and MinimogueLUXUS are available to download as freeware VST instruments for PC.

More information: Gunnar Ekornås


VoltKitchen updates MinimogueVA and MinimogueLUXUS to v2.2

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VoltKitchen MinimogueVA

The VoltKitchen group has released version 2.2 of MinimogueVA and MinimogueLUXUS, two free virtual Minimoog synthesizer instruments for Windows PC.

Changes in MinimogueVA / MinimogueLUXUS v2.2

  • Multi-core problem solved.
  • 11 new sounds by “Greeg” Grzegorz Bartoszek. 1 new sound by “Joost” [VA] and 2 new audio-rate filter modulation patches.
  • “All notes off” working properly.
  • Changed knob response to vertical.
  • New glide system that works like the original.
  • New midi-learn system by right clicking any controller.
  • New algorithm for self-oscillation level.
  • Renamed all automation entries, and cleaned up the automation list.
  • [MinimogueLUXUS] New reliable tap-tempo system by Chris Kerry.
  • [MinimogueLUXUS] Fixed scrambeled pulse width values.

MinimogueVA and MinimogueLUXUS are available as freeware VST instruments for Windows PC.

More information: Gunnar Ekornås


VST Cafe releases Greeg Minimogue VA Soundset

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VST Cafe

VST Cafe has released the Greeg Minimogue VA Soundset, a collection of free patches for the Minimogue VA synth by Voltkitchen Group.

It contains 27 presets – suited for Electro, House, Electronica genres but you can also find some organs and harmonica sounds.

The Greeg Minimogue VA soundset is available as freeware. Any kind of feedback is appreciated.

Visit VST Cafe for more information and audio demos.


Gunnar Ekornås releases Messiah v1.0 and updates Memorymoon to v1.4

Gunnar Ekornås Messiah v1.0

Gunnar Ekornås (from Voltkitchen) has released version 1.0 of Messiah, a Prophet 5 inspired VSTi synth made with SynthEdit.

Messiah features

  • Three innovative oscillators:
    1. Morph oscillator with 4 waveforms.
    2. Unison oscillator with 7 voices (and you can put this oscillator into 5 voice unison for 35 voices).
    3. Flexi oscillator that consist of 2 seperate waves that can perform PWM, ring mod. and phase distortion with very low CPU.
  • Advanced gate with controls for cutoff and harmonics (overtones) for all 16 steps.

Messiah is available for Windows PC and costs $40 USD.

Gunnar has also updated the Memorymoog-like synth Memorymoon to version 1.4.

Memorymoon v1.4 changes

  • CPU improvements in pitch knobs, midi split system, and wav player.
  • Possible to erease uploaded sample in wav-player.
  • 2X oversampling in the distortion.
  • High-cut filter (Speaker emulator) in the distortion.
  • Total overhaul of all knobs and buttons for better recall.
  • Some new sounds by Gunnar Ekornås and Peter Werner.
  • Faster chorus/phaser (and fixed clicks in phaser).
  • LCD read-readout completed for the whole edit page.
  • Logic fix in the mono/poly system to prevent unison voices in poly mode.
  • Solved loading problem with cutoff in unison mode.
  • New algorithm to control filter2 self oscillation level.

Memorymoon is also available for Windows PC and costs $30 USD.

Visit the Memorymoon website for more information, audio demos and links to download demos of Memorymoon and Messiah.


Voltkitchen Arppe2600va 2.1 now available

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Voltkitchen Arppe2600va 2.1

Based on ARP’s legendary semi-modular analog monosynth! This amazing softsynth sounds very close to the original ARP 2600. Like the original, it’s a monosynth (no polyphony). But, also like the original, it has a multitude of Frequency Modulation options which enable it to create some truly awesome sound effects. PWM, Sample & Hold, virtual Spring Reverb, Ring Modulation, and a dedicated Noise Generator are all there!

Also, there are some things even the original Arp 2600 didn’t have, like Oscillator Sync and Filter Color (to adjust between LowPass and HiPass filter types). Most important of all, beginning with version 2.0 the Arppe2600va is now completely patchable via a cleverly designed Mod Matrix! You can have up to 12 patch routings with a very user-friendly (and visible!) drop-down menu interface, instead of messy virtual patch cables cluttering up the screen. All controls are mapped to MIDI CC#’s, and you can override the default settings by using the MIDI Learn feature. Use as a simple stand-alone synth (.exe file included), or copy the DLL into your favorite DAW or sequencer’s plugin folder.

There are 30 new patches by Gabriel Abney, plus 30 more by “Databass Tom”, for a total of 80 presets so far!
These new presets really show off the modular capabilities of Arppe2600va!
Also, an LFO keyboard trigger switch has been added.
Other than that, this is mainly a bug fix release, with the following repairs being made:

  • The Gain slider in the VCA now properly acts as a Global Output, and has been labelled accordingly.
  • All effects have been adjusted to go through the Global Output now.
  • Oscillator wave phase adjustments were made, to sound closer to the original hardware.
  • Volt Processor response is vastly improved.
  • Obsolete elements in the programming were removed; it might improve CPU performance on some systems.

More information: Glen Stegner


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