CFA-Sound – MonoGrizzly v2.0 (VSTi) [Win x86]

By | April 16, 2019

 

Year / release date : 24.2.2019
Version : 2.0
Developer : CFA-Sound
Developer website : CFA-Sound
Format : VSTi
Digit capacity : 32bit
Tabletka : not required
System requirements : Win

Description : It’s time to unleash your DAW with the help of the completely new synthesizer MonoGrizzly 2 VST! A complete monophonic and analog synthesized synthesizer for unprocessed and wild analog bass and synth sounds.
After several years in a cage, MonoGrizzly 2 has finally grown to its full size and is ready to bare its claws! There is a completely redesigned engine, many of your own characters, massive oscillators, a powerful filter module based on the classic staircase design and forex effects, packed in an easy-to-use interface.
Starting with completely new oscillators that generate 3 analog simulated signals simultaneously, you can use up to 9 signals on one note with all three generators together. In each generator, two new sound shaping functions are improved: “Propagation” – allows you to modulate the phases of each signal contained in it and “Roast” – with this mode you can convert the character of the sound in the oscillator into a more crisp and rougher taste. just one click away. In addition, you can also synchronize the second and third oscillator and add noise through the mixer module.

Features:

– monophonic analog modelled synthesizer
– with 2x oversampling and anti-aliasing algorithm
– three massive oscillators
– every oscillator generates 3 waveforms at once
– Spread option to modulate the phases of each waveform
– deeply and rough taste
– oscillators 2 & 3 can be synced
– additional noise oscillator with tone filter
– 4-pole lowpass ladder filter
– tube-based filter drive unit
– passive controlled feedback circuit
Improved envelopes
– new LFO with 8 waveforms and more modulation targets
– decimate and overdrive effect
– two-band equalizer
– new GUI with 2 different skins
– 75 complete new factory presets











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