Aly James Lab updates FMDrive to v1.2
Aly James Lab announces the release of v1.2 update of its FMDrive virtual synth VST for Windows.
FMDrive reproduces the sounds of the Sega MegaDrive video games with the use of the YM2612 (OPN2) chip developed by Yamaha. See this news for full details.
New in FMDrive v1.2:
- Rewritten and improved distortion emulation (Ladder effect of the MD Model 1)
- Improved DAC filter with the Ladder effect
- Loop function
- PCM WAV file browser and direct import from the GUI (no location limitation)
- Up to 6 voices of polyphony
- Freeze option to define a fixed frequency in Special mode
- 2 views for the envelope generators
- Enhanced CSM mode implementation with Release Rate (RR) response and correct handling of external MIDI channels
- Glide available in polyphonic mode
- Improved Mono mode
- Better sync between GUI and YM2612 registers
- Various minor improvements
The user manual has also been updated, you can consult it here. More info and download at www.alyjameslab.com/fmdrive_update.html.
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