Cescato Musiktechnologie has released v2.6 (beta 2) of Trans Computer Maschine, a virtual instrument plugin for Windows.
T-C-M is a semi-modular vintage lead synthesizer and pattern sequencer, firstly modeled after two legendary synths and a custom analog sequencer from Germany.
Changes in v2.60 (beta 2)
- Added 2, 3, 4 and 8 steps counters (‘Steps Trig’) to S/H trigger sources.
- Fixed serious backward compatibility issue arised in previous beta.
- Improved Sequencer blinking alert in ‘Synth Ch.’ display for ‘Gate’ mode.
- Updated GUI featuring some redesigned switches and buttons.
Changes in v2.60 (beta 1)
- Added ‘K Trig’ switches (keyboard play sync) to Oscillators 1 and 3.
- Added ‘Play Order’ display featuring user-friendly symbols for each mode.
- Added ‘Seq Ctrl’ gate sources to Envelopes, emulating the Synthanorma PWM.
- Fixed a minimum delay in the S/H that was only noticeable in certain patches.
- Fixed CPU overload in patches not using the ‘LP Filter’.
- Fixed MIDI CC6 occasionally ignored.
- Improved ‘Filter’ featuring true analogue modulation at audio rates.
- Improved Oscillators anti-aliasing for extreme frequency modulation.
- Limited S/H frequency to 20Hz for alias-free operation.
- Optimized Ring Modulator for alias-free operation.
- Replaced ‘Inv Envelopes’ in Noise modulation sources with ‘AM Envelopes’.
The new version, bundled with two sound banks by Kujashi is available as a free download in 32-bit VST format for Windows.
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