Friday’s Freeware: Tunefish
Brain Control released this week the beta 4.0 version of its Tunefish virtual synth on Mac and Windows. This is worth a look.
Tunefish is a small Virtual Analogue-type synth initially developed for the demo band Brain Control, then completed to be offered to the public as a VST and AU plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows.
Version 4.0, currently on beta phase, has been widely improved and now uses a wavetable generator based on additive synthesis. The noise generator can now produce noise at any frequency on the whole bandwidth.
You’ll also find in Tunefish two LFOs and two ADSR that can be linked to any important parameter in the modulation matrix and you can use flanger, distortion, delay, reverb, EQ and formant effects in stacks featuring up to 10 effects.
The GUI of this v4.0 has also been improved.
The plug-in is available for free at www.tunefish-synth.com. Note that a Linux version is under development.
We wish you a great sonic weekend!
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