Free VST Synth For Windows, Autogun, Offers 4 Billion Presets – Try ‘Em All!

Image Line Autogun is a free VST instrument plug-in that they say ‘offers more than four billion presets full of acoustic potential’.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

If you listen to 1 preset, every second, 24 hours a day, it will take you over 136 years to complete this task. It’s clear you will need backup, and you have it, your fellow Autogun users. Every Autogun is set to start from a unique preset number, so that each member of the team is assigned a personal starting address, ready to explore. However, you can at any time, jump to a new location in the preset-space by simply entering a preset number.

Once a prized sound is discovered, and it’s preset number logged, share them with other Autogun users or import them into Ogun, for detailed study or further development.

With so many presets Autogun needs no programming, every sound is already somewhere ‘out there’ you just need to locate it, and you will, Autogun’s sonic landscape is a sonic adventure.

Features:

  • Based on the Ogun synthesis engine.
  • Enhanced by the Soundgoodizer, (Maximus) engine.
  • 4 294 967 296 amazing presets to explore.
  • Preset number copy/paste field.
  • Preset up/down buttons.
  • Volume control.

Autogun is available as a freeware VST instrument for Windows PC. Mac users will need to find their own 4,294,967,296 presets.

Video demo via myVST

7 thoughts on “Free VST Synth For Windows, Autogun, Offers 4 Billion Presets – Try ‘Em All!

  1. Amazing concept. Sounds fun, and interactive, community wise. I like that.

    So, 4 billion presets? What is this, lol, just a randomizer that they calculated could spit out 4 billion possible results? I imagine so many of those “presets” will sound terrible. But what a fucking fantastic way for this company to get other people to “discover” presets for them.

  2. somebody should piss-take on this by releasing a plug-in with one preset for every person on the planet…and have it generate a new preset everytime someone is born, and have presets categorised by living people’s names instead of numbers…wouldn’t that be an awesome way to waste time? 🙂

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