Brand new FREE software synthesiser plug-in for VST!

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Muon Software

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Dec 14, 1999, 3:00:00 AM12/14/99
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Dear Cubase User,

Visit www.muon-software.com and download yourself a free software
synthesiser plug-in!

The Muon Software "Atom" VST Instrument features include:

- 64 bit internal processing
- 8 voice polyphony
- 2 oscillators per voice (saw and variable pulse) - waves modelled on a
classic analogue synth!
- LFO modulation of pulsewidth
- Independent ADSRs for Filter Cutoff and Amplifier
- 24 dB/octave low pass filter with serious resonance - true analogue
modelling
- Superb warm analogue sound
- Fits neatly into a VST Instrument rack in your copy of Cubase 3.7/3.7r1

The Atom is just a little gift to the users out there to show what our
64-bit audio
engine is capable of. We are planning to launch a whole range of powerful
virtual synths
(in both stand-alone and VST Instrument format) so check the website,
download your
free copy of the Muon Atom and look out for some superb low-cost VST
Instrument plug-ins
coming soon.

Dave
Muon Software
www.muon-software.com

(VST is a trademark of Steinberg Soft- und Hardware GmbH)

firq

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Dec 15, 1999, 3:00:00 AM12/15/99
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gotta say .....

this is a cool synth.


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K-V-R

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Dec 16, 1999, 3:00:00 AM12/16/99
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Very nice sounding synth, and free too. However it would be nice if it
had a graphical front end instead of the VST effects rack shell and you
could record the MIDI events (Filter, resonance, etc.).

I noticed that you can record the knobs from Neon and then route them
to the Atom on playback to modify the parameters - The Neon's VCA Decay
controls the Atoms VCF Cutoff!!

Any SysEx/Mixermap experts fancy knocking up a MixerMap up for this one?

I know I shouldn't complain, it is free after all :-)


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