Inphonik's RYM2612 revisits Sega Genesis/Megadrive 16-bit game console sounds 06/08/19
Inphonik has been in touch to tell us that, as the Sega Megadrive/Genesis celebrate its 30th anniversary, they are releasing the VST/AU/AAX versions of their RYM2612 Iconic FM Synthesizer, which they describe as a faithful, cycle-accurate emulation of the Yamaha YM2612, best known for being the sound chip of the classic 16bit video game console.
Previously available as a Rack Extension only, the new version adds support for VST2, VST3, Audio Unit, and AAX plug-in formats, for Windows and macOS.
RYM2612 features :
a cycle-accurate emulation of its hardware counterpart, that makes it able to faithfully reproduce even the most unpredictable sound
an audio output rendering that’s faithful to the Sega Genesis console’s, alot warmer than most existing emulations
a straight-forward user interface that allows to quickly explore every feature of the FM chip
the possibility to use Inphonik’s freeware companion app RYMCast, a videogame music player program that allows FM patch extraction by a drag’n’drop action from RYMCast to RYM2612.
Pricing and Availability:
25€ until end of September with promocode INTRO2612 (Regular price: 49€)