[NAMM] Gforce impOSCar 2
Gforce has presented impOSCar 2 virtual synth.
impOSCar features subtractive, additive, monophonic, duophonic, polyphonic, multiple oscillator waveforms, multiple LFO types, multiple filter types, multiple triggering modes, keyboard velocity response, integrated effects, an arpeggiator, filter overdrive, programming immediacy, a patch library and the capability of producing a varied range of tonal textures.
The impOSCar is modeled on the British synthesizer OSCar, manufactured between 1983 and 1986 and subsequently used by artists such as Ultravox, Jean-Michel Jarre, Stevie Wonder, Underworld, Orbital and even Oscar Peterson. Because it was released at the same time as MIDI and early affordable polyphonic synthesisers, the instrument wasn't a huge commercial success and only 2000 were produced before the company ceased trading.
The impOSCar feature two 12dB filters running in series, a filter overdrive and separation control.
No pricing or availability info yet.
For more: www.gforcesoftware.com/ins_imposcar.php.
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