Odo Synths Releases 38911 Bytes – Virtual Commodore 64 Synthesizer

Odo Synths has released 38911 Bytes, a virtual Commodore 64 synthesizer for Windows.

Features:
• Single oscillator synth with 4 waveforms (saw, triangle, pulse and pitch noise)
• PulseWidth “noise cutoff” and “noise level” and Octaves from -3 to 4.
• 3 BPM sequencers with 7 rates, 2 to 8 steps and end/loop modes.
• Sequencer 1 is for notes and octaves. Notes from C to B and octaves -3 to 4.
• Sequencer 2 is for waveforms Saw, Triangle, Pitched Noise, RM saw, RM triangle, RM pulse.
• Sequencer 3 is for octaves from -3 to 4.
• The filter, pitch and PW modulation envelopes have stages from 1 to 8, also 13 curves, a Sustain point from 1 to 7 or even off. The envelopes can also be turned off to save some CPU when not required.
• 3 different filters – low-pass, band-pass and hi-pass. You can activate more than one filter type like on a real c64 and also turn the filters off.
• 2 LFOs with 19 different waveforms with free speed or 14 BPM speeds. The LFOs have only 3 destinations – cutoff, pitch and for PWM.
• A Ring modulation with a bitcrusher notes from c to b and octaves from -4 to 3.
• A volume envelope and a full bank of 128 presets.

Odo Synths’ 38911 Bytes is available now as a VST instrument plug-in for Windows and is donation-ware. More information on Odo Synths’ 38911 Bytes.

Author: FutureMusic

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