2006 NAMM Update: KeyToSound Releases Free Remedy Synthesizer

At the 2006 Summer NAMM Session, KeyToSound released a new free virtual synthesizer, Remedy. KeyToSound also showed NexSyn, a powerful virtual synthesizer.

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Remedy is a free software synthesizer that runs as a VST on Windows XP or as a VST and AU on a PowerPC. According to KeyTosound, the Universal Binaries are coming soon.

“Download it now and get a taste of our sound engine,” notes KeyToSound. “If you can get this much for free image what you get with the Nexsyn!”

Features:

  • Portamento with Automatic Setting or user set amount
  • 5 voice Polyphony
  • Monophic Mode
  • Legato Mode

LFO Section:

  • Global ON/OFF
  • 6 Waveforms
  • Adjustable Rate and Attenuation
  • Pitch
  • FM Modulation Send
  • PW Modulation Send
  • Cut off amount

Amp Section:

  • Attenuation
  • Attack, Hold, Decay, Sustain and Release (AHDSR Envelope) controls
  • Pulse Width Modulation Amount
  • FM Modulation Amount

Oscillator Section:

  • Two Oscillators
  • Osc.1 : 5 waveforms
  • Osc. 2 : 7 waveforms
  • Mix control between Osc. 1 and Osc. 2
  • Pulse Width Modulation Amount
  • FM Modulation Amount
  • Osc. Mix

Filter Section:

  • Filter Amount
  • Attack, Decay, and Sustain controls
  • Cutoff Frequency
  • Resonance Amount
  • Drive Amount
  • Mod Wheel Control Amount
  • Velocity Control Amount

Arpegiattor Section:

  • Syncronize to Host
  • 1 to 4 Octave Range
  • Echo FX On/Off
  • 7 Mode Settings
  • 7 Pattern Settings

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