So we did some market research, and discovered he was right. All the available options are either slavish recreations of classic synths, with all the foibles and strange UI decisions intact, or modern behemoths with every feature under the sun. We decided to tackle the challenge of an inexpensive, simple 3-osc mono-synth that followed the classic subtractive style, and Basic is the result. While it is designed with ease-of-use, low cost, and simplicity in mind, the panel sits in front of a powerful modern synthesizer engine with an aggressive tone and self-resonating filters that scream when pushed. We’re sure every electronic musician will find a place in the mix for Basic.
» Three alias-free wavetable oscillators with six waveforms each, and oscillator sync.
» A pair of cascaded filters featuring MS20-style lowpass and highpass, and a bandpass of our own design.
» A four-waveform tempo-syncable LFO with waveshaper.
» ADSR envelopes for amplitude and filter frequency.
» User-definable soft-saturation.
» A simple and easy-to-understand workflow, inspired by the classic topology of vintage analog synths like the Minimoog, SEM, and MS20, but with modern usability.
» Touchscreen-friendly and highly visible user interface.
» DRM-free, for easy installation and updating.
Hey everyone, you can get this on splice if you get two people to register with you but if you you don’t want to do that then here it it. Enjoy