80's Analog Synth Revisited

US TAL-Pha emulates the sound of the Alpha Juno II and MKS-50      16/02/24

TAL Software describes TAL-Pha as an instrument plug-in that emulates the sound of the analog 80's synthesizer Alpha Juno II (MKS-50 is the rack version). They say that it produces the classic analog sound, combined with modern flexibility and many additional functions. What's more, they tell us that the plug-in can read and convert sysex information from the hardware and can also be used as a controller.

Features:

  • Authentic emulation of the 80's hardware synthesizer.
  • Resonance boost for filter self-oscillation.
  • The possibility to detune, modulate, and sync the pulse part of the DCO.
  • Simple but powerful FX section with delay, reverb, and a bell-eq.
  • Arpeggiator with different modes.
  • Stereo UNISON mode with up to seven voices.
  • Aftertouch and MPE support.
  • Microtuning support (tun file import and MTS Client).
  • Original factory banks included.
  • More than 380 fresh presets by Electric Himalaya, The Unfinished, Saif Sameer, emptyvessel and TAL.
  • Individual tuning for every voice converts the synths DCO into a VCO.
  • Reads Sysex files and Sysex MIDI from the hardware device.
  • Can also control a hardware device. If enabled, it sends Sysex through the plug-in MIDI output (only possible when supported by the DAW).

Pricing and Availability:
On intro offer at $64 (Regular price: $80)

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