Jeremy Evers has announced 64-bit support for Atlantis, the free synthesizer instrument for Windows that offers nearly unlimited possibilities for creating new and exciting sounds.
Version 0.9r also comes with some bug fixes for the plugin that also includes a powerful effects module that can be used to process other audio.
3 true stereo morphing oscilators, with independant width, phase, spread, chorus, tuning, volume, envelope and panning feed into a pair of filters (with your standard algorithms and a lot of unique new favorites), a shaper (distortions and beyond), and a simple room modelling multitap filtered delay system with another pair of selectable filters. The routing of the filters and shaper can also be switched into a variety of configurations for further flexibility.
All the standard waveforms you would expect (sin, square, triangle, saw, noise)- and you can also import ANY waveform you like! Simply add a .wav file with the waveform you want to hear to the Data Folder (as specified in the Config Dialog) – stereo or mono, any samplerate or bitdepth you like, and Atlantis will let you use it for oscilators and LFOs. Samples are upsampled into very high resolution wavetables.
Every slider parameter can be controlled by ANY modulator. LFOs, Envelopes, MIDI Control Data, the current note, velocity, follower, or combinations of them can be used to modulate your sounds into expressive organic creations previously unheard by human ears.
Atlantis 0.9r is available for download now in 32 and 64-bit VST versions for Windows (includes Atlantis Filter and Atlantis Filter Mono plugins).
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