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You’ll love the pure raw sound of Chromaphone 2, but the built-in effects will bring it to so many places that you’ll enjoy having them on hand. And you have a chock-full of them to choose from: compressor, equalizer, delay, distortion, phaser, chorus, flanger, wah wah and notch filters, and reverb. Mac minimum system requirements Mac OS X 10.7 or later Intel Core processor or later 512 MB of RAM 70 MB of free hard drive space PC minimum system requirements Windows 7 32‑/64‑bit or later Intel Core or equivalent processor 512 MB of RAM 70 MB of free hard drive space Neat features Standalone operation for quick jams and experimentations Real-time control over any parameters via your MIDI controller knobs, faders, and switches MIDI clock, tap, and host tempo synchronization for effects and modulations Relaxed editing with unlimited undo/redo capability The benefits of physical modeling Sound manipulation at the source core Presets load in a flash Super smooth dynamics—no velocity layers! Small memory footprint—less than 256 MB of RAM per instance Installs in less than a minute—less than 28 MB on disk


Coming soon on patchpool: Resonantia for Chromaphone 2 - coming soon

I just released Resonantia for Chromaphone 2: Resonantia is a sonic universe in which the laws of physics apply and dissolve at the same time. This soundset explores the second version of Chromaphone in depth, making extensive use of the new resonator models, the updated FX section, the unison-mode and the arpeggiator. Pushing the boundaries...

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what type of instruments are these?

...libraries. There's a free physical modeling plugin here called Phybes: vst rev.2015 and of course AAS has Chromaphone - AAS Chromaphone 2 acoustic object synthesizer plug-in VST AU AAX RTAS Both should be able to cover the range pretty well. No. You're hearing a tabla sample that's spread over the keyboard chromatically. Check KfCYNFgZnVk at the 4...

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Does the ‘right synth’ even ecist?

I would try something with resonators or pitched delay lines..] chromaphone 2 - not the drum sounds, but some of the others shown here have a similar vibe, excited resonator stuff. Very of that era in idm as well

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