ToneBytes decided to update the Bleep' virtual synthesizer destined for all the Windows users to 1.1 while adding a Noise/Random selector for oscillators, EG support for 8 and 16 bit modes, Overall adjustable degrader, a random mode for LFO and a solid upgrade for the Present manage (now holds 96 items with 32 new ones).
For everyone out there that never heard about Bleep', it's a free synth plugin for Windows heavily
inspired by the sound of MOS Technology SID. The VSTi features 3 powerful oscillators with 4 waveforms (sawtooth, triangle, pulse and noise) with each oscillator coming with its own detuner an ADSR envelope and LP/BP/HP multimode filters. A Multimode LFO is also available and you can sync it with the BPM when using the Random mode and recording. A powerful arpeggiator is also available with the VST automation and full MIDI learning supported.
In other words you're facing a really powerful VSTi if you're looking for something to create some
inspiring leads or main melodies. You can download this free synth plugin by going to the official ToneBytes website.
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