D16 Group LuSH-101
D16 Group has announced LuSH-101 (formerly known as Shioitor).
LuSH-101 is a virtual analogue synthesizer that will be available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST and AU instrument plug-in formats.
LuSH-101 Feature Summary
Multilayer architecture with 8 independent Layers (per-layer properties):
- Up to 32 voices of polyphony.
- MIDI channel.
- Keyboard zone.
- Audio output.
- Oscillators (Saw, PWM, Noise), with Supersaw and HardSync options.
- Sub Oscillator (5 waveforms).
- Self-oscillating, high-quality, multimode filter.
- Passive high-pass filter.
- Up to 8 voice unison with Tune, Cutoff and Panorama spread.
- 2 LFOs with optional tempo synchronization and re-triggering modes (Trig, Gate, Arpe, None).
- 2 envelopes with re-triggering modes (Trig, Gate, LFO1, LFO2).
- Insert effect (selectable algorithms):
- String Ensemble.
- Vowel filter.
- Modulation Matrix (modulation sources):
- Note velocity.
- Pitch bend.
- Modulation wheel.
- Expression pedal.
- Sustain pedal.
- Keyboard's aftertouch.
- Note pitch.
- Arpeggiator's output.
- Step sequencer (Gate and Tie per step).
- 6 Run modes (Up, Down, Up and Down, Down and Up, Random, Manual).
- Chord mode (Gater).
- 3 Hold modes (Normal, Toggle, Trigger).
- Tempo multiplier (Full notes, Dotted notes, Triplets).
- Parametric EQs (1 per channel strip).
- Compressors (1 per channel strip).
- Up to 11 freely-assignable stereo output busses per instance.
- Send FX (Reverb, Chorus, Delay with tempo sync).
- Over 1700 factory presets.
- 5 preset categories (whole synth, single layer, Arpeggiator, Reverb, Delay).
- Advanced, file-based preset browser.
- Advanced MIDI learn.
- Parameter mapping for VST / AU automation.
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