Plogue chipsounds v1.6
chipsounds, which emulates the 8-bit sound chips from classic video game consoles, home computers and arcade games has been updated to 1.6.
This update brings new sounds, effects and features to this VST/AU/RTAS plug-in for Windows and Mac OS X.
Also new in this release:
- Added analog sounds and effects from 6 of the most iconic arcade games.
- Added PC Speaker beep and casing resonance effect (i825x PIT + Speaker Impulse).
- Added Custom Waveforms/Music Formulas (Viznut/co's Experimental music from very short C programs).
- Added 4-bit and DMC Mellotron Strings.
- New graphical design.
If you want to try out chipsounds for free or if you are a registered chipsounds user, you can download chipsounds 1.6 here.
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