Torn Sub launches the Byron organ synth
The second virtual instrument released by Torn Sub is a VA organ synth in standalone and VSTi formats for Windows.
Byron offers 3 oscillators that can all operate as separate instruments, for they feature, along with 50 waveforms, an envelope, a multimode filter (high-pass, band-pass, low-pass, reject and peak) with its own envelope, 2 LFOs (for amp and filter) as well as EQ, Tube and Bass Tube effects.
Plus, a secondary engine can morph between the waveform and combine the three oscillators, which extends the flexibility and sonic possibilities. An additional effect section includes overdrive, phaser, chorus-flanger, reverb, tremolo and delay, and a MIDI section provides an octaver, a velocity gain limiter, fixed velocity, mono mode with portamento and MIDI Learn.
Torn Sub adds that the GUI was designed for one-click actions and because it is an organ, you’ll also find the traditional drawbars.
Last, Byron allows for creating presets and saving 24 per bank, with an unlimited number of banks.
Byron is available in 32 and 64-bit versions and has a price of $39 for 3 licenses. You can download a trial version (2 seconds of noise every 25 seconds and no preset saving) from www.tornsub.com.
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