Manx launches Bit 100 v2 virtual synth
Bit 100, Manx’ virtual synth based on the Crumar Bit One analog polysynth, has been updated to v2.
The Manx Bit 100 v2 adds the following:
- 6 note polyphony
- Duophonic unison mode
- MID Learn for all the parameters
- Patch library
- Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
- Oscillator level
- Pitch Bend range
- Manx adds that Bit 100 is CPU-heavy.
The Bit 100 plug-in is currently available as a VST for Windows only, a Mac version is expected later in 2015. The virtual instrument has an introductory price of $39 and can be purchased at www.manxsynthesizers.com.
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