Moppel Miffi VSTi

Moppel has released Miffi, which employs a variant of DSF synthesis which uses complex number arithmetic to generate comb filtered stereo signals. By morphing between two DSF parameter sets, Miffi is capable of synthesizing a wide variety of sounds and effects.

Miffi, a derivative of Moppel’s Moppeltron, was created with Synthedit. It doesn’t use native SynthEdit oscillators but a complex number processing DSF oscillator which I coded in C++.


  • Stereo output of comb filtered signals with one-sided or two-sided spectra
  • A morphing unit allowing static mixes of two DSF parameter sets as well as dynamic warping between two sets using an ADSR envelope or an LFO
  • Freely selectable polyphony with up to 16 voices. Note sliding. Adjustable pitch bend range
  • ADSR envelope and a gain for volume control. Embedded piano keyboard control
  • MIDI control of all parameters. Easy MIDI-CC assignment by MIDI learn function
  • 64 presets

Visit Moppel’s limited synths website for more information and a link to download Miffi.