tsoniq has introduced a new user-oscillator for the Korg Minilogue XD and Prologue, Phase7.
Phase7 is a supersaw oscillator that works with the Logue’s front panel controls. At its simplest, it simply replicates the current VCO waveform and waveshape, but with a digital stack of seven oscillators.
The is a free ‘lite’ version that is controlled entirely from the front panel, and a ‘pro’ version (20€) that adds more waveforms, filter effects and a second LFO.
- two super-oscillators, each with 7 independent wave generators
- accurate modelling of the JP-8000 super-saw
- emulation of the Logue VCO waveforms, including shape modulation
- seven additional waveforms, including windowed-sync and filter effects (pro)
- optional phase synchronization for percussive sounds
- a second LFO with 4 modulation destinations and 25 patterns, include sample-and-hold effects (pro)
- optional velocity modulation of wave shape (pro)
- extensive front-panel control to avoid menu diving
In addition, the code that Phase7 uses to access to the Minilogue or Prologue front-panel controls has been released as open source on GitHub, allowing new user-oscillators to read VCO, VCF and LFO front-panel control settings. The code includes a complete sample phase-modulation oscillator.
Pricing and Availability:
Phase7 is available now for 20€. A free ‘lite’ version is also available.
7 thoughts on “New Supersaw User Oscillator For Korg Minilogue XD & Prologue”
An audio demo would be most helpful.
There are extensive audio demos available at the Phase7 site, via the link in the article.
Anyone had the opportunity to compare the sound of this osc with the Free “Souper 2.0”?
the lite version is free too; the advent of front panel controls instead of menu diving* is worth that alone.
*-although it’s really not an issue with Prologue imho
good stuff! nice work reverse engineering the undocumented front panel controls!
No love for the NTS-1 here. Phase 7 web site says it’s not supported.
perhaps because the NTS-1 lacks a front control panel.