H.G. Fortune has updated the STS-24 (Space Transition Synthesizer) synth to STS-26.
STS-26 is a great synth if you’re looking for pads, textures, soundscapes and athmospherics.
- New: complete new soundset with 128 waves + 21 parc. loops
- New: two contour generators can be drawn with mouse at realtime
- New: Stereo flanger with flexible modulations for depth and feedback per channel
- New: Both filters with Filter FM driven by selectable osc. source each
- New: Low octave loop play [LOP] as part of the synthsound
- Four PCM-wave oscillators powered by 128 selectable waveforms
- two transition sections
- two resonant filters (24db Lowpass and 12 db Highpass)
- three ADSR-style envelope generators
- two LFO (bpm-synced)
- one Sample & Hold (bpm-synced)
- Space rotation for sound rotating in stereo width
- Stereo Delay (bpm synced)
- three Lazy buttons
- STS-26 uses less CPU than it’s predecessor STS-24
There are a few reasons why you might want to consider getting the Pro version of STS-26.
- It comes as an open system i.e. the waves are supplied as SF2 file (free comes with internal waves);
- allows for wave files up to 24Bit to be loaded into each osc. slot;
- has 8 voices (2 in free version);
- and comes with 384 patches (free has only 128 patches)
In other words, if you like this synth get the Pro version as it only costs 39,00 Euro!
Visit H.G. Fortune for more information and a link to download the free 2 voice STS-26 version.