ImpOSCar 2 for Mac
The GForce ImpOSCar 2 VSTi is now available as a Mac plugin, the successor to the impOSCar software synthesizer.
While the original impOSCar was a component emulation of the OSCar synthesizer with a few added bells and whistles, such as polyphony and on-board effects, impOSCar2 is said to have lots of "innovative features and enhancements," according to the company.
There's a Mac demo version here. The demo version is unlocked by purchasing a license. The PC version should follow in a timely fashion and will automatically be allocated to the account of anyone who purchases the Mac version.
Product details of the ImpOSCar 2 are available here.
- Successor to the impOSCar
- Two Oscillators & 13 Waveforms
- New Mono Unison and Poly Unison Modes
- New Aux Mod Section with routing
- Programmable Additive Wave Matrix Grid
- Nine Filter Types with Drive, Cutoff, Q and Separation.
- New Chord Memory and single note retrigger
- 6 Portamento modes with new Unison glide voice spread
- New Unison Voice Pan
- New Note Pan Modes
- Programmable Velocity Responses and New Aftertouch
- New Arpeggiator
- New Instrument and Effects Versions
- Small, Regular or Large Interface Sizes
- New Ring Modulator
- New Chorus Modes
- 1000+ Patch library featuring sounds created by original OSCar users inc Billy Currie (Ultravox) Darren Price & Rick Smith (Underworld) & Paul Wiffen (the original OSCar sound designer and programmer for Stevie Wonder & Jean Michel Jarre).
Pricing & Availability:
The full version of ImpOSCar 2 is priced at €139€ (excl. taxes), the update at €59.
Visit www.gforcesoftware.com/ins_imposcar.php for more details.
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