Tyrell N6 v2 Released!

Tyrell N6 v2.

Tyrell N6 v2.

AMAZONA.de and Urs Heckmann have released Tyrell N6 v2, an updated version of one of the best freeware virtual synthesizers out there! The new version introduces an analog chorus effect (modeled after the Roland JUNO-60 chorus) and a new GUI.

Confident in the NEXUS SIX TYRELL is 2.0 in a completely new layout that was designed by the bassist Marcus Steinlechner. Black faces, framed in brushed metal, bright blue lettering and a swimming pool-colored display type is indeed cool, but the sound is exactly the opposite.

A new addition is the analog chorus that has the broad, warm chorus of a Roland Juno-60 modeled. Above all, these are the subtle sonic enhancements that make it sound TYRELL N6 2.0 or analog, and thus more realistic.

Tyrell N6 v2 is available for free download via AMAZONA.de (translated version here).

UPDATE 1: nBeat’s alternative 80s skin for Tyrell N6 has been updated to v2 and is now available for download – GRAB IT HERE.

UPDATE 2:Branis has now also updated his awesome 1978 skin for Tyrell N6 – GRAB IT HERE.


Download Tyrell N6 v2: click here
Tyrell N6 v2 80s Skin: click here

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  1. If you look longer than 1 hour straightly at Tyrell, then the 80s skin is obviously better for the eyes.

    But this new “industrial” GUI looks also good…but without the light effects it would look much better…

  2. Thanks for the news !
    Very impressive synth V1 and now V2.

    It is going to be the new Synth1, if not already ;)

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