8-bit Ninjas pixelate space-time

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Robots and Ninjamen,

My audio bredren De la Mancha, programmer of synthesizers and digital music/art, has released a Commodore 64 inspired synthesizer for use with your VST compatible frame (pro tools, live, logic) though, unfortunately, DLM’s plugins only work on Windows machines. From the site:

basic64 is inspired by the 8 bit sounds of the classic Commodore 64.
It’s not a straight emulation, but is based around the SID chip with some extras for that 8-bit retro game sound, lofi gritty noises or just plain oddness

features
- 16, 8 or 6 bit sound quality
- 3 oscs, each with their own ADSR envelope
- oscillators can be sync’d and ring modulated by each other
- pitch envelope modulation
- pitch wobble option, for subtle instability
- 2 tempo-sync LFO’s to modulate pitch, cut-off and pulse width
- LFO’s have attack/release curves
- tempo-sync arpegiator
- flexible routing to state variable filter (LP, HP & BP)
- envelopes can be reset or continuous at retrigger
- monophonic or polyphonic option
- midi learn / midi CC support
- 128 presets by sinkmusic & WhiskeyPriest

Like all true R0b0tninja, I respectfully acknowledge the works of supreme instrument creators such as De La Mancha. Some use Reaktor, some take this more direct approach, but all must inevitably answer to the Supreme Ninja-master in the sky. R0b0tninja blasters set to annihilate.

Posted: November 2nd, 2007
at 12:35pm by Bertr0n


Categories: Digital Audio,Pro Audio,r0b0t ninja

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  1. real ninjas are 64 for bit!!! mUHAHAHAHAHAHA

    real ninjas

    15 Nov 07 at 10:44 am

     


 

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