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It is still beta version so there may be some bugs here and there ;) but overall it's quite interesting thing (suited better for some lo-fi stuff) with some pretty nice presets :)

Audio demo: Payne - Awakening


Download: Tunefish Synthesizer


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

One interesting "feature" is that if you use a sampling rate other than 44.1kHz (at least, this is true in Hermann Seib's VSTHost v1.49), the two oscillator sections go out of tune...

So don't do that.

Greeg said...

hehe, yea it looks like a bug.

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