SampleScience Intros Suntron Plugin, Inspired By Boards Of Canada.

SampleScience has introduced Suntron, a plugin for MacOS & Windows, inspired by the lofi sound of Boards Of Canada.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

Suntron can be used to produced retro-oriented genres such as chillwave, retrowave, ambient, downtempo and even synthwave.

The plugin instrument features 60 ready to use sounds.

Specifications:

  • Compatible with Windows 7 & up or Mac OS X Snow Leopard & up.
  • The plugin requires 460 MB of HD space.
  • Windows VST plugins in both 32 bit and 64 bit format.
  • Mac OS X Universal VST and AU plugins format (compatible with both 32 bit and 64 bit systems).
  • Each soundset consist of a long 16 bit 44.1 kHz wav file.
  • Compatible with the most popular DAWs on the market: Ableton Live, Cockos Reaper, Steinberg Cubase, FL Studio, Traktion, Mixcraft, Sony Acid, Presonus Studio One, Cakewalk Sonar & Apple Logic Pro.

Audio demo:

Pricing and Availability

SunTron is available now for $24.

6 thoughts on “SampleScience Intros Suntron Plugin, Inspired By Boards Of Canada.

  1. BOC is so much more than some flutey sounds with a slow lfo controlling the pitch. Also the demo as well as the sounds used sound like dogshit.

  2. Why would anyone WANT to sound like Boards Of Canada anyway. People listening to their music and say ”well you sound like a pale and lame copy of BOC”?Why would anyone WANT to sound like Boards Of Canada, people listening to their music and say ”well you sound like a pale and lame copy of BOC”? Far from a compliment, it just says you lack of imagination to craft and sculpt your own sounds and style.

  3. Why would anyone WANT to sound like Boards Of Canada anyway. People listening to their music and say ”well you sound like a pale and lame copy of BOC”? Far from a compliment, it just says you lack of imagination to craft and sculpt your own sounds and style.

  4. “Inspired by” usually means “nothing like.” Digiphex Electronics has some exact recreation sounding patches on his YouTube.

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