Jabberwalky has released LoSynth, a dirty sounding virtual analog monosynth available in VSTi format for Windows.
Imagine rummaging through an abandoned factory and finding this rusted box. This VST has been finely detuned, thrown around a lot, and left to rot for 40 years.
I still haven’t tested the plugin, but people over at KVR are reporting that it has a nice gritty character, and a pretty low CPU hit.
Check out the LoSynth demo video by Jabberwalky:
Main features of LoSynth VSTi:
- 3 vcos – (Sine, Saw, Pulse, Noise) with coarse, fine tune, level, pulse width, PWM, lfo modulation, VCO1 lo freq, Hard sync
- 24db Moog style filter – can be modulated by VCO1, or LFO1, self oscillating
- 2 LFO’s – 4 assignable waveforms Sine, Saw, Pulse, Noise. Can reach extremely high frequencies
- 2 ADSRs – Filter & Amp
- Portamento/Glide Time
- Mono/Poly mode