AudioThing has introduced miniBit – a 8-bit/chiptune synthesizer, inspired by the retro sounds of video game consoles and home computers of the 80s.
miniBit features a main oscillator with 12 waveforms, paired with a sub oscillator (a square wave pitched one octave below). The waveforms are not bandlimited and will produce aliasing. Furthermore, using the built-in bitcrusher, you can create even more noisy and retro sounds.
- 12 Waveforms
- Sub Oscillator
- Poly and Mono mode with Glide
- 2-poles Low Pass Filter
- Delay and BitCrusher effects
- LFO with multiple destinations
- 30 Presets
- Preset randomizer
- Formats: VST, AU, and AAX (32/64bit)
- Platforms: OSX, Windows
Here’s are official audio demos:
AudioThing miniBit is available for Mac & Windows for US $19.60 for a limited time, normally $24.50.