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Virtual Modular Synth from Matt Tytel

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This week’s freeware comes from Matthew Tytel, a young Californian developer who has released beta version of a virtual modular synthesizer.

Helm is a standalone software as well as VST, AU, AAX and LV2 plug-in for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Windows 32 and 64-bit. The virtual instrument being in open source, its code can be modified at will. The synthesizer is currently in public beta version and features the following:

  • 2 oscillators with 12 waveforms and cross modulation
  • Unison and Harmony modes for the oscillators
  • 32 voices of polyphony
  • Feedback and saturation for waveshaping
  • 7 types of filters with keytracking
  • 1 polyphonic and 2 monophonic LFOs
  • Built-in step sequencer and simple arpeggiator
  • Effect section with formant filter, stutter and delay
  • Many modulation sources, including polyphonic aftertouch

You can download the Helm beta version for free from tytel.org/helm

Have a great weekend!

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