Wusik has announced the release of its new wave morphable sequencer synthesizer BITSQ8, a virtual instrument plugin featuring 4 oscillators and various multi-osc abilities.

Wusik BITSQ8 consits of 4 OSCs and 4 LAYERS. Each OSC has its own sequencer. You also have AMP and FILTER ADSR ENVELOPES (Attack, Decay, Sustain and Release). The Filter is a Dual Filter with LowPass, BandPass and HighPass stereo filters, separated from each other. You can use the < and > icon next to the filters cutt parameter to select what the Envelope and Sequencer Steps will change. Click the filter type to change its type. EG: 1H, 2L, …

Each OSC has an option to select Single OSC, Dual OSC, Tripple OSC and Super OSC. This can be found to the right of the OSC label. Morphing from one waveform to the next one is set in the sequencer steps. And you can select 4 Bit or 8 Bit morphing. Everything else is computed at 64 Bits.

Steps parameters (such as waveform, volume, pan, filter, …) can be set to random by clicking with the middle mouse button (0 to 9 random options). To disable a layer you need to turn off all OSCs volumes (set to 0). OSCS that has volume set to zero are not computed. You can use Key Switching to select Layers in many ways. Check the KS next to the program number for details.

Available in VST/VST3 plugin formats and as standalone software for Windows, BITSQ8 is priced $9.95 USD. The beta version is free to download to give the synth a try.

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