Nils Schneider launches Heat Synth on Android
Nils Schneider offers Android device users the new Heat subtractive synth with VST integration for Windows.
Heat is a 32 voice VA-type subtractive synth that includes three oscillators per voice, two multimode filters (low-pass, band-pass, high pass, with resonance and auto-oscillation and post-filter distorsion), four ADSR envelopes, two ring modulators, a noise generator, 3 LFOs, an arpeggiator/16 step sequencer, an effect section with stereo delay and chorus and 10 modulation slots.
A presets browser allows users to share their presets and discover the presets created by other users of the synth.
The distinctive feature in Heat is the VST 2.3 plugin integration for Windows x64 and x86, which allows for using Heat with your software sequencer/DAW. It can be used to create sounds on th go while your device is offline and use them later in your DAW on Windows, control VST plugins in real time from your Android device, see parameter automations in real time or use the Android keyboard to sens MIDI messages to your DAW on Windows.
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