Todays post is a real treat. de la Mancha used to sell this low fidelity synth, but now provides it for free from his/her blog.
“dirty harry is an unashamedly Do-it-yourself lofi synth depending on the examples of my two selfmade, lofi noisemakers, the Atari Punk rock Control console and so the BugBrand WOM
dirty harry features 20 authentic waveforms in their mono/monophonic beauty. For additional grit the oscillators are generally sync’d or ring modulated. Fidelity can certainly be minimized furthermore still with cut in grade, and distortions innovative ‘bad contact’ emulation. 2 tempo sync LFOs grant modulation of separate outs, pitch, with an LFO modulating the height and frequency of these other. You can find envelopes for amount, and filtering system, with various contours and pitch alternatives. Throw in an arpeggiator, pitch drift and portamento so you can observe that while it usually is lofi, it is not deficient in tone scaping product features”
20 (!) “innovative waveforms sampled from de la manchas handmade lofi synths, the Atari Punk rock Control console plus BugBrand WOM” – that is a good deal of waveforms, quite a highlight there.
3 independent oscillators, syncable to osc1 and band modulatable with one another
Each and every one osc could in fact be routed to each filter individually – this provides an opportunity to realise quite a variety of fx.
2 tempo sync LFOs for lots of waveforms, can modulate sift cutoff, each individual osc pitch along with the get in touch height and wet level
LFO 2 can modulate the speed and detail of LFO 1
2 envelopes for quantity, filter or pitch, with various contours and selections to modulate up/down
Tempo sync arpeggiator
Poor quality, grimy, lo-fi selections
16 distortion versions
3 complementary lofi options
Arp octave run
104 (!) presets like “Arp, Bass sounds, Crucial, Fx, Drone” – this is a massive library of patches provided with this little guy. All of these unique sounds could make the download worth it, by themselves.