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MiniSynth is available for both FL Studio Mobile and FL Studio for PC, sharing identical program code. MiniSynth, great sounds made simple.
MiniSynth has a low processor overhead designed with mobile CPU constraints in mind. That doesn’t mean MiniSynth is lacking in capability tho, just check the audio demos on this page. With 6 tabs, each holding just a few chunky controls, it’s perfect when working with a touch interface and keeps everything clearly laid out for new users learning subtractive synthesis.

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MiniSynth is included FREE with FL Studio (11.0.5 upwards) and is used when converting FL Studio Mobile projects to FL Studio format (FL Studio 11.0.5 not yet released). Even if you don’t use FL Studio Mobile, you will find MiniSynth a great addition to your library.

Key Features:

  • Advanced multi-mode oscillator
  • Oscillator Envelope
  • Filter
  • Filter Envelope
  • Low Frequency Oscillator
  • Effects: Delay, Chorus, Phaser, Distortion

System requirements

  • FL Studio version 11.0.5
  • 2Ghz AMD or Intel Pentium 3 compatible CPU with full SSE1 support
  • 512Mb RAM.
  • 30Mb free disc space.
  • DirectSound or ASIO compatible soundcard.

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Introducing a powerful additive / subtractive synthesizer, image synthesizer as well as audio resynthesizer, Harmor.

Additive / subtractive

 

Just like its little brother Harmless, Harmor is driven by a powerful additive synthesis engine. Its modules will look familiar to subtractive synthesizer enthusiasts: oscillators, filters & phasers, these are featured in Harmor but, because performed through additive synthesis, offer more freedom. You don’t just select filter types, you draw them.

You wanted more, so also featured is the multipoint envelope editor of Sytrus fame, applied to over 40 parameters, in 2 independent parts. Through the same envelope/mappings, randomize any parameter or link it to key or velocity, and even fine-tune each unison voice independently.

Processing units can be rearranged in a semi-modular way. If you need one of the 2 filter units processed after the blur unit, that’s no problem.

 

Image synthesis

Because it typically requires manipulating large amounts (up to 500 per voice) of partials over time, additive synthesis is hard to handle. No human can (or even wants to) edit 500 envelopes, but editing 2D images, that we can do easily. Get access to gain & pitch planes which you can tweak in the image editor of your choice, and import any bitmap, even if it wasn’t designed to be turned into audio, it might still sound interesting.

Audio resynthesis

Being an additive synthesizer, Harmor can resynthesize audio files as well. The reproduction will be faithful, not a vague sound-alike as in many additive synthesizers. Resynthesis can of course be tweaked, providing time stretching, pitch shifting, or less conventional manipulations of partials.And of course, the result of the analysis can still be turned into an image for further editing.

 

Efficient

Additive synthesis is generally very CPU-consuming, but not Harmor’s engine. Its efficency is in fact, comparable to that of subtractive synthesizers. Voices may be generating hundreds of harmonics in parallel and still not overload the CPU. Processing being multi-threaded, extra CPU cores come in handy.

 

System requirements

2Ghz AMD or Intel Pentium 3 compatible CPU with full SSE1 support
512Mb RAM.
30Mb free disc space.
DirectSound or ASIO compatible soundcard.

Pixels!

Resynthesis or image-synthesis, Harmor features both. Import a piece of audio and time-stretch or pitch-shift it (with formant and transient preservation). Convert this to an image and edit each partial individually!

 

Two parts

Two independent parts (or “layers”) for even more complex sounds. Parts can be imported from other presets.

 

SFX

In the effects section you will meet all the usual suspects: distortion, chorus, delay and reverb, as well as the mighty Soundgoodizer based on the Maximus engine. Just like processing units, effect slots can be re-ordered.
Each part has its own effect mix amount.

Looks pretty

If you don’t understand it, visualize what it’s doing, best way to learn! Watch how each partial evolves in the built-in spectrogram, a picture is worth a thousand words.
Link to the Harmor Windows installation file.

Win demo/Installer

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Af0_00HKA24&

 

Sawer is a vintage modelling synthesizer, that cuts through the mix to deliver precisely articulated and punchy sounds.

Meticulous designed filters and envelopes
Sawer pays homage to the envelopes and filters of a rare 1980’s Soviet analog synthesizer, Polivoks.

Maxx has devoted meticulous attention to the detail of Sawer’s filter and envelope designs, ensuring Sawer delivers a unique sonic character reminiscent of the Polivoks hardware.

But Polivoks, like all analog synthesizers, wasn’t without its problems. Keeping the oscillators stable and in tune has been likened to ‘moving a pile of live frogs, by wheelbarrow’, impossible!

As Sawer is algorithmic, this solves the problems of tuning and stability, however, in the same way electrical component instability makes analog gear unique (if not cranky), Sawer benefits from the 21st century equivalent, a coding error.

While programming the SAW oscillator, Maxx accidentally set some incorrect variables and immediately the sound gained bass, acquired some light but pleasing noise on the attack and an overall richer sonic spectra. Maxx realized this was no mistake but a discovery and built on this, adding some frequency modulation to give it a touch of analog authenticity and so ‘Sawer’ was born.

System requirements

PC:
Windows 7, Vista, XP (SP2) – (32 & 64 Bit)
2Ghz AMD or Intel Pentium 3 compatible CPU with full SSE1 support
512Mb RAM.
20Mb free disc space.
DirectSound or ASIO compatible soundcard.
Mac:
OSX v10.4 (Universal Binary)
G4 1.5 GHz or Intel Core Duo family.
512Mb RAM.
20Mb free disc space.
CoreAudio drivers.

 

Key features:

 

Main oscillator for subtractive synthesis: SAW shape with Sync frequency.
Sub oscillator (-2 to +2 octaves) with level, phase & detune controls.

1 NOISE Oscillator.

Variable polyphony (1 to 24 voices).
8 voice UNISON with user-adjustable stereo panning, detune and ‘Octaver’.
SYNC & RING frequency modulation.
2 ADSR envelope generators (one user-assignable to modulation parameters).
4 FILTER modes – low pass (24 & 12 dB/Oct), band pass and high pass.
Chorus, Phaser, Delay & Reverb effects
Muti-mode Arpeggiator.
264 high quality factory sounds.

Link to the Sawer Windows installation file. Link to the Sawer Mac OSX installation file.

Win demo/installer
Mac demo/installer
Online Documentation

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2weUeu1OHRI&

Hybrid Synthesizer – subtractive but addictive

 

A disruptive innovation in software synthesis, nothing else compares to the diversity Sytrus packs. FM, RM & Subtractive synthesis – have it all!

 

Sound engine

Meticulously crafted, Sytrus delivers ethereal lush pads, sonorous bells, scintillating highs or simply dirty grunge. The 6 user-definable operators can act as independent oscillators for subtractive synthesis, cross-modulate to create complex FM (Frequency Modulation) or RM (Ring Modulation) synthesis or the 256 partial harmonic editor can be used to additively synthesize virtually any timbre you can imagine. With up to 64x oversampling Sytrus delivers 100% epic sound.

 

Effects

Sytrus features 3 independent, chainable, filter units, each containing an array of filters (13 types each with 5 cutoff slope settings) and integrated waveshaper (distortion processor).
The filter units are optionally followed by a Chorus, Delay & Reverb unit. 100% Flexibility.

 

Presets

With over 500 hand-picked presets Sytrus is ready to contribute to any genre immediately upon installation. Sounds cover – Arps, Bass, Bell, Brass, Chromatics, Drum, DX7, Experimental, FX, Guitar, Orchestral, Organ, Pad, Percussion, Piano, Plucked, Sequence, Synth, String, Wind. 100% inspiration.

 

System requirements

 

2Ghz AMD or Intel Pentium 3 compatible CPU with full SSE1 support
512Mb RAM.
30Mb free disc space.
DirectSound or ASIO compatible soundcard.

Key features:

 

6 independent operators with total freedom on oscillator shaping
FM, RM, subtractive synthesis
Multipoint articulation with unique arpeggiator system
Fully controllable & automatable unison
Effects: 13 filter types, 3 band Parametric EQ, Phaser, Chorus, Filters
X/Y modulation control
Up to 64x oversampling (for high-quality FM synthesis)

Link to the Sytrus Windows installation file.

Win demo/Installer

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1Jr0BI_bIg&

PoiZone is a subtractive software synthesizer designed to bring you professional quality results, without a learning curve that hinders your creativity.

The concept behind PoiZone was to design a synthesizer that had the smallest number of controls while providing the maximum flexibility and features.

 

A lot of punch in a simple package.

 

Useless knobs were ruthlessly removed so what remains is a UI where every knob counts. Once you have spent some time auditioning the preset patches we are sure you will agree that PoiZone packs a lot of punch in what appears to be a simple package, enjoy!

System requirements

PC:
Windows 7, Vista, XP (SP2) – (32 & 64 Bit)
2Ghz AMD or Intel Pentium 3 compatible CPU with full SSE1 support
512Mb RAM.
30Mb free disc space.
DirectSound or ASIO compatible soundcard.
Mac:
OSX v10.4 (Universal Binary)
G4 1.5 GHz or Intel Core Duo family.
512Mb RAM.
30Mb free disc space.
CoreAudio drivers.

 

Key features:

 

2 oscillators that can produce the two most popular and useful shapes for subtractive synthesis: fat, bright SAW and PULSE shapes, with adjustable pulse width.
Noise generator.
Ring modulation
Sync modulation
16 voice polyphony
4 voice UNISON with user-adjustable stereo panning and ‘Octaver’. The Octaver expands the harmonic range and flexibility of the unison sound to support the creation of realistic ‘vox-like’ effects
2 ADSR envelope generators. One for traditional envelope duties, the other can be user assigned
3 FILTER modes – low pass, band pass and high pass. PoiZone features a warm, super-trooper-extra-analog-moog-like-mega filter with self oscillation. Special attention has been given to precise filter tuning so that when KEYTRK is set to maximum, the PoiZone filter will track keyboard frequency precisely so it can be used as an oscillator. The PoiZone filter has bright and clean sound or it can be ‘grungy’ and ‘angry’ when resonance is introduced as it features some light distortion. And even with distortion the filter sounds clean on high frequencies as it has no aliasing
Keyboard and Velocity tracking for the filter
Multi-mode Arpeggiator
Noise Gate with an adjustable 16 step pattern. The gate features smoothness control and the ability to import/export patterns to .fxp files
DELAY effect, with tempo-synced click-free stereo delays and delay time modulation. Lo-cut and hi-cut for trancers!
CHORUS with a warm sound with great unison emulation
MIDI learn feature with the ability to save/load MIDI setups to/from a patch
LFO and MOD WHEEL modulation. Can be assigned to a wide range of performance parameters in PoiZone
330 high quality factory sounds.

Link to the Poizone Windows installation file. Link to the Poizone MAC OSX installation file.

Win demo/Installer
Mac demo/Installer
Online Documentation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hgl3sSY9NLY&