LennarDigital has released an update to its popular Sylenth1 synthesizer instrument.

Version 3.053 features improvements to the audio engine and overall sound quality of the oscillators and filters. A new skin is included as well.

LennarDigital Sylenth1 Nitro

The code has also been optimized further, so that it’s still as lean on the CPU as it was before. Optional oversampling for real-time playback and offline render modes have been added to the Settings file.

A swing knob was added to the arpeggiator, a new skin by Scott Kane was included and several new presets were added, as well as many other improvements and bug fixes. This version is also fully compatible with Retina displays.

Changes in Sylenth1 v3.053

  • Improved oscillator sound quality (improved high frequency content, reduced aliasing).
  • Improved filter response and sound quality.
  • Further optimized CPU performance.
  • Added oversampling options for real-time playback and render mode.
  • Added Arpeggiator Swing knob.
  • Added master tuning frequency adjustment.
  • Improved pitch accuracy.
  • Added Nitro skin by Scott Kane.
  • Improved host automation for buttons and option controls.
  • Fixes compatibility issue on Linux.
  • Fixes high memory bug in 32-bit version.
  • Fixes aupreset loading issue.
  • Added MIDI learn autoswitch control option.
  • Added 156 new presets to FactoryBank6.
  • Fixes offline installation bug on Windows.
  • Fixes problem with installation through script on Mac.
  • Added parameter highlighting for AAX version.
  • Added AAX page tables for Avid control surfaces.
  • Now fully compatible with Retina displays.
  • Added option to link AmpEnv A and B parameters.
  • Added locking options for all parameters and parts.

This update is free for all customers and is fully compatible with any older version of Sylenth1.

New users can purchase Sylenth1 for 139 EUR or 9.95 EUR/month (ex. VAT). A demo is available for download in VST, AU and AAX plugin formats.

More information: LennarDigital