Synth1 is one of those software VSTs you just keep hearing about again and again. By Japanese developer “Toda”, I have heard many people compare Synth1 favorably to the premium and also ubiquitous “Sylenth” synth. Although Sylenth costs quite a bit of money, however, Synth1 has always been completely free to download and use in your own productions.
Synth1 is a regular competitor when you hear invaluable vst. It is extremely light, and has lots of complimentary banks making a fantastic number of sounds. There are many professional musicians that have synth1 and love it, and for that reason I propose you try it out.
The free vst’s interface does not give a lot of hint to you about this, but Synth1 is really based on Clavia’s Nord direct 2 hardware, and it stays among the most effective free digital analogue instruments you can lay your palms on.
You’ll find two oscillators and these can be ring leveled and modulated -synced. Other characteristics include unison melody (excellent for supersaw-fashion sounds) an arpeggiator and arpegiatted sounding results. Oh, and despite its sound, which is hot, Synth1 is light on CPU utilization.
Functionally it’s modelled on the Clavia Nord Lead 2 Red Synth.
- 2 Oscillators sync, modulation envelope.
- 4 kinds of filters.
- Legato mode.
- 128 presets.
- Completely optimized using etc. SSE directions,
Download Page: http://www.geocities.jp/daichi1969/softsynth/#down
Download Link (Windows 32bit/64bit): http://www.geocities.jp/daichi1969/softsynth/Synth1V113beta3.zip
Download Link (MacOSX 32bit): http://www.geocities.jp/daichi1969/softsynth/Synth1macau113beta7.zip