SampleScience Releases Virtual Suiko

US Based on a synthesizer that reproduces the sound of traditional Japanese instruments      23/05/24

SampleScience has released Virtual Suiko based on the Suiko VS-1 synthesizer. This is what they have to say about it...

The Suiko VS-1 is a digital synthesizer that reproduces the sound of traditional Japanese instruments. It features eight voices: Bell, Choir, Flute, Horn, Mystery, Shamisen, Strings, and Violin.

The synthesizer is designed partly as a tool for learning koto scales and also to soundtrack shigin, which are poetry performances.

Virtual Suiko has all the original 8 sounds of the instrument plus 4 effects, a multi-LFO, highpass/lowpass filter and more!

Features:

  •     8 Suiko VS-1 Sounds
  •     4 effects: distortion, delay, chorus, and reverb
  •     Multi-LFO
  •     Glide
  •     Highpass/Lowpass filter
  •     Amplitude range controls
  •     3 voice modes: poly, mono and legato

Pricing and Availability:
Free or name your price.

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