HrastProgrammer Diodow Virtual Software Synthesizer
The Diodow Virtual Software Synthesizer contains around 5% capabilities/features of it's mighty bigger brother - Tranzistow. But don't worry, despite those 5% it has enough capabilities to keep you busy for quite some time and very complex sounds can be made with 4x oscillators, 4x filters, 4x LFOs, 4x 5-stage envelopes, 16x+16x modulation matrix, 4x delays, etc.
In global, Tranzistow (this is not a mistake - it is not "Transistow") is a virtual software synthesizer with 4 or 8 independent multi parts. Although it is (to some extent) inspired by Alesis Andromeda, Waldorf Q, John Bowen Solaris, Oberheim Xpander, Waldorf Microwave II/XT and Yamaha DX series, it has a unique sound and tons of unique features not found on any other synthesizer. Various forms of synthesis are supported including Additive, Virtual Analog/Modeling (VA), Wavetable (with classic, crossfade and full wave interpolation modes), two completely independent FM engines, Ring Modulation, Oscillator Sync, Vectors, Rotors (as in Solaris), various filter models (SVF 12/24dB, 6dB to 24dB Transistor Ladder with fully configurable poles, 24dB Diode LowPass Ladder, ...), Filter Chaining, Comb Filters, WaveShaping, freely drawable Contour Generators, exhaustive FX section including Chorus/Flanger, Phaser, Delay and Reverb units, etc, etc.SpecificationsDeveloper
Linux, Windows 32 bit, Windows 64 bitCompatibility
VST compatible hostYear Released
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