Cherry Audio Synth Stack 4 Bundle (22 Virtual Instruments)

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Cherry Audio Synth Stack 4 Bundle (22 Virtual Instruments)
Cherry Audio Synth Stack 4 Bundle (22 Virtual Instruments)

Synth Stack 4 assembles 22 of Cherry Audio’s virtual instruments at an astoundingly affordable price, in addition to the Voltage Modular Core + Electro Drums bundle: DCO-106, CA2600, Surrealistic MG-1 Plus, Polymode, Eight Voice, PS-20, Memorymode, Mercury-4, Quadra, Dreamsynth, Miniverse, Lowdown, Elka-X, Sines, and GX-80. Also included and new this year are the hit virtual instruments Mercury-6, Novachord + Solovox, Octave Cat, Harmonia, PS-3300, and Pro Soloist.

Includes 19 emulations of classic vintage synthesizers, three original synthesizers, one massive modular synthesizer platform, and nearly eight thousand presets!

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Synth Stack 4 assembles 22 of Cherry Audio’s virtual instruments at an astoundingly affordable price, in addition to the Voltage Modular Core + Electro Drums bundle: DCO-106, CA2600, Surrealistic MG-1 Plus, Polymode, Eight Voice, PS-20, Memorymode, Mercury-4, Quadra, Dreamsynth, Miniverse, Lowdown, Elka-X, Sines, and GX-80. Also included and new this year are the hit virtual instruments Mercury-6, Novachord + Solovox, Octave Cat, Harmonia, PS-3300, and Pro Soloist.

Includes 19 emulations of classic vintage synthesizers, three original synthesizers, one massive modular synthesizer platform, and nearly eight thousand presets!

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Synth Stack 4 bundles together a collection of 22 Cherry Audio virtual instruments alongside the Voltage Modular Core + Electro Drums pack, all at an incredibly accessible price. Featured instruments include DCO-106, CA2600, Surrealistic MG-1 Plus, Polymode, Eight Voice, PS-20, Memorymode, Mercury-4, Quadra, Dreamsynth, Miniverse, Lowdown, Elka-X, Sines, and GX-80. Exciting additions this year encompass Mercury-6, Novachord + Solovox, Octave Cat, Harmonia, PS-3300, and Pro Soloist.

With a total of 19 vintage synthesizer emulations, three original synths, a comprehensive modular synthesizer platform, and an extensive library of nearly eight thousand presets, it's a powerhouse of sonic creativity!

22 Virtual Instruments

DCO-106

Recreating the sound of a classic synthesizer is no easy task. DCO-106 lovingly recreates the unique sonic footprint of one of the most iconic 80’s polysynths in exhaustive detail, while adding modern features for massively expanded creativity.

Features

  • Every aspect is precisely modeled in exact detail.
  • 330+ presets, including the original 106 Factory Presets.
  • Up to 16-voice polyphony.
  • Rich stereo chorus.
  • Three lush reverb modes, gorgeous new proprietary reverb algorithm.
  • Full-featured delay section with tempo sync.
  • Multiple voice assigns modes.
  • Single-key chord memory mode.
  • I expanded the LFO section with six waveforms and tempo sync.
  • Unison detunes for massive lead and bass sounds.
  • MPE support.
  • Full MIDI control.
  • Full DAW automation for all controls.
  • Fully compatible with original 106 SysEx commands.

Voltage Modular Core + Electro Drums

Voltage Modular Core + Electro Drums is a powerhouse collection of modular madness. All of the fundamental tools of modular synthesis are included - a huge variety of oscillators, filters, envelope generators, amplifiers, arpeggiators, sequencers, mixers - plus powerful effects, samplers, a large suite of polyphonic modules, the room-rattling vintage oscillator and filter, our drum sequencer, a huge collection of electronic drum and percussion modules, and the acclaimed Super Oscillator, Super LFO, and Super Envelope Generator modules. In short, it's modular mayhem and a ton of fun.

The Voltage Modular Core Package (105 modules) plus the Misfit Audio Electro Drums Package (15 modules) together include over 600 professionally programmed presets.

Features

  • Voltage Modular Core (90+ modules)
  • Misfit Audio Electro Drums (15 modules)
  • Voltage Modular Software
  • Voltage Modular Software
  • Core Presets (551 presets)
  • Electro Drums Presets (94 presets)

CA2600

The Cherry Audio CA2600 Synthesizer is a powerful, self-contained duophonic synthesizer inspired by the groundbreaking ARP 2600 synthesizer. Every aspect of the original, from the quirky oscillator waves to the powerful ladder filter, to the external audio input and preamp section was modelled with tremendous precision.

Though it features similar functionality, it’s been thoughtfully updated for increased flexibility - with semi-normalled patch cabling, integrated effects, and no hidden windows or menus in the audio path, CA2600 delivers an unprecedented hands-on, “everything right in front of you, right now!,” vintage synthesis experience like no other.

Features

  • Every aspect precisely modelled in exact detail.
  • 300+ of presets.
  • Monophonic and duophonic voice modes.
  • Vintage-correct multi-mode filter with 12db and 24db slope.
  • Integrated, fully CV-controllable distortion, reverb, and delay with sync.
  • Sidechain audio input for external signal processing.
  • Flexible CV Routing.
  • Multiple voice assign modes.
  • Advanced patch cabling with unlimited multis per jack, “quick patch” for rapid multiple destination routing, and click and drag movement of multiple connections.
  • Additional LFO with six waveforms and tempo sync.
  • Voltage Processors section with additional VCA and a 1/2-step quantizer.
  • Selectable blue, grey, or black/orange colour schemes.
  • Full MIDI control.
  • Full DAW automation for all controls.
  • CA2600 is available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats.

Surrealistic MG-1 Plus

The Fat and Funky Sound of the Electronics Super Store Legend. The fun and funky Surrealistic MG-1 Plus Synthesizer is a super authentic recreation of the Realistic MG-1 synthesizer sold in Radio Shack stores in the 80s. The Surrealistic MG-1 Plus delivers fat analogue tone in spades, along with a unique polyphonic oscillator section, "bell tone" ring modulation, glide, auto-repeat note triggering, oscillator sync, and a number of improvements that tremendously expand its capabilities.

Features

  • Ultra-accurate analogue modelling
  • Dual oscillator monophonic plus polyphonic oscillator bank
  • Super fat 24db "ladder" filter
  • Over 140 presets
  • "Bell tone" ring modulation
  • Tempo-syncable LFO
  • Expanded octave ranges
  • Multiple note priority modes including legato and retrigger
  • All controls MIDI-assignable
  • Full DAW automation of all controls
  • Surrealistic MG-1 Plus is available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and Standalone formats.

Polymode

Polymode is inspired by the groundbreaking Moog Polymoog synthesizer. One of the world’s first polyphonic synthesizers, its unique multiple parallel filter implementation and mod routings give it a sound like no other synth. And though the original Polymoog sounded incredible, it could be challenging to operate and was prone to breakdowns.

Cherry Audio’s Polymode sidesteps all of the drawbacks of the original instrument and massively expands its capabilities. With a streamlined user interface and immense modulation capabilities, Polymode sets a new standard for animated, sonically evolving string, pad, and choral tones.

Features

  • Precisely recreates the unusual paraphonic architecture of the original instrument
  • Over 150 presets
  • 32-voice polyphony
  • Extensive modulation routings for almost all synthesis parameters
  • Numerous modulation sources including velocity, pressure, white and pink noise and more
  • Simultaneously available saw and pulse waves for both oscillator ranks
  • Simultaneously available saw and pulse waves for both oscillator ranks
  • Super accurately recreated “mode” filters
  • Expanded resonators section with additional LFO, 12db/24db slopes, and notch mode
  • Classic 24db ladder-style filter
  • Integrated ensemble, phaser, tempo-synced echo, and reverb effects
  • Classic Solina-style tri-chorus mode
  • Two bonus LFOs with five waveforms and tempo sync
  • Full MIDI control
  • Full DAW automation for all controls

Eight Voice

Cherry Audio's most ambitious instrument to date, Cherry Audio’s Eight Voice polyphonic synthesizer meticulously emulates the immense sound of the Oberheim Eight Voice, one of the world’s rarest and most desirable vintage instruments.

Predating modern microprocessor control, its eight independent dual-oscillator voice modules could be challenging to program. Cherry Audio Eight Voice’s unique Voice Link controls allow simple and powerful grouping of voice module controls, eliminating individually setting each module's controls when homogenous poly sounds are desired. Focus buttons allow instant enlargement of any section of the user interface, making sound programming a breeze, and massively flexible keyboard assign modes enable endless mono and poly keyboard zoning and layering options. All in all, Cherry Audio have transformed the original’s daunting user interface into a fun and inviting mondo poly synth experience.

Above all, Eight Voice knocks it out of the park with an incredibly accurate and huge sound, courtesy of award-winning synth designer, Mark Barton’s (MRB) circuit-correct recreation of the magnificent Oberheim state-variable filter. Eight Voice also includes a feature-packed eight-step “mini” sequencer, and high-quality modulation delay and reverb effects. Cherry Audio’s Eight Voice is truly bursting with unique sound possibilities at an unbelievably affordable price!

Features

  • Eight fully independent dual-oscillator voice modules.
  • Oberheim multi-mode filter emulation by award-winning synth designer Mark Barton (MRB).
  • Over 330 presets.
  • Massively configurable mono and poly keyboard assignment modes.
  • Independent key range settings for endless layering and zoning options.
  • Super flexible Voice Linking for powerful voice control grouping.
  • Focus buttons for instant enlargement of all areas of the user interface.
  • Two separate poly assign buses for stacked poly patch creation.
  • Additional LFO with six waveforms and tempo sync.
  • Eight-Step Mini Sequencer with 1/2-step quantizer and tempo sync.
  • Studio-quality reverb and mod delay with tempo sync.
  • Full MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls.
  • Eight Voice Synthesizer is available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and Standalone formats.

PS-20

PS-20 is an ultra-realistic, polyphonic, hot-rodded tribute to Korg's renowned MS-20. First and foremost, PS-20's dual highpass/lowpass filters super accurately recreate the MS-20's famous raunchy sound in all of its squelchy, screaming glory. In addition to its unique filters, the MS-20’s other signature feature is its modular-style patch panel. Cherry Audio have reconfigured the patch panel from the original instrument, adding many desired in and out patch points for all oscillators, filters, and VCAs, correcting the confusing terminology of the original, and throwing in a few extras that greatly expand its usability.

Every part of the instrument has been "souped up" with killer features, including 16-note polyphony, a unique three-layer, eight-step sequencer with flexible CV outs, and integrated effects, including a beastly distortion, modulation echo with stereo spread, and a lush digital reverb with fantastic spring and plate emulations.

The PS-20 truly is one of the most quirky and unique instruments Cherry Audio have released. Between its sometimes unpredictable filter behaviour, and the tremendous flexibility of its patch panel and sequencer, the possibilities are endless, and the creative "happy accident" quotient of PS-20 is simply off the charts!

Features

  • Super-accurate modelling of classic MS-style highpass and lowpass filters
  • Up to 16-voice polyphony with random voice panning available
  • Over a billion presets
  • Three-channel, eight-step sequencer with 1/2-step quantizer and tempo sync
  • Single-key chord memory mode
  • Expanded and simplified full-function patch panel
  • Advanced, next-generation patch panel cabling system from Voltage Modular
  • External Signal Processor section with normalled sidechain input
  • Virtual instrument and effect plug-in versions included
  • Tempo-syncable modulation generator
  • Unison detune for massive lead and bass sounds
  • MPE support
  • Four user-selectable interface colour themes
  • Distortion, studio-quality reverb, and mod echo with tempo sync effects
  • Full MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls

Memorymode

Memorymode is based upon one of the very best-sounding polyphonic programmable analog synthesizers of the 80s - the legendary Memorymoog synthesizer. Released in 1982, the Memorymoog raised the sonic bar with its lush, powerful analog sound. It expands upon the original without compromising any of the sound or functionality that made it great and does away with the reliability, maintenance, and tuning issues of the original. The user interface has been streamlined and simplified, updating the original instrument’s numeric-keypad-and-command-numbers with fast, simple-to-use pop-up menus and an improved value display window.

Memorymode delivers a one-two punch of huge tonality, with super-accurate replications of the original three-oscillator voice architecture and precise implementation of the coveted ladder filter circuit. Further contributing to its famous hefty sound, the oscillator mixer gently overdrives when levels are cranked, just like the original.

In addition to all of the voicing and modulation that made the original sound so great, Cherry Audio has added a number of creative and convenient features aimed at modern music makers. Memorymode’s LFO, arpeggio, and delay effects all feature one-button tempo sync, and filter and amplitude velocity sensitivity add a whole new layer of expressiveness. A unique Drift parameter allows continuously variable adjustment of tuning accuracy, from perfectly in tune, to aged and loose, or anywhere in between, and the Modern button brings Memorymode into the present with fattened bass and sparkling highs. Comprehensive MPE support is included for expressive controller performances, and Memorymode’s high-quality effects add the final polish to patches, including an earthy stereo phaser, a dreamy stereo ensemble, a flexible tempo-synced echo, and a lush reverb section.

Features

  • Precisely recreated ladder filter with selectable 12- and 24-dB/octave slopes
  • Authentically modeled three oscillator voice architecture
  • Up to 16-voice polyphony
  • Over 600 presets, programmed by industry veterans
  • Expanded Voice Modulation section with up to six simultaneous destinations
  • Improved arpeggio section w/tempo sync
  • Drift control for increased analog realism
  • Detunable unison mode with up to 48 oscillators per key
  • Improved single-key chord memory mode
  • Modern button for beefy lows and crystalline highs
  • Highly optimized coding for high performance with ultra-low CPU load
  • Advanced one-click UI magnification
  • Comprehensive MPE support
  • Studio-quality phaser, ensemble, delay with tempo sync, and reverb effects
  • Full MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls

Mercury-4

Originally released in 1978, the Roland Jupiter-4 synthesizer was one of the earliest instruments to combine voice-assign polyphony with digital patch storage - that is, the ability to store and recall sounds to digital memory and recall them at the touch of a button. "Voice-assign polyphony,” refers to instruments with a finite number of independent synthesizer voices (four, in this case) that digitally scan the keyboard and assign notes to onboard voices. These days, voice-assign polyphony and digital patch storage are taken for granted, but this was a HUGE deal in the late 70s when options for polyphonic synthesis were mostly limited to crude string synthesizers based upon 60s organ technology, and patch recall was generally limited to how fast you could twirl knobs and flick switches!

Features

  • Authentically modelled oscillator with sub-oscillator
  • All filter characteristics modelled, including powerful low-frequency resonance
  • Up to 16-voice polyphony
  • Over 300 presets, programmed by industry veterans
  • Exactingly replicated unique arpeggio section w/tempo sync
  • Carefully modelled wide-range LFO modulation with "inverted" mod characteristics
  • Drift control for increased analogue realism
  • Precisely replicated stereo ensemble effect
  • Warm and organic tape echo with multiple reverb modes
  • Tempo-syncable LFO
  • Detunable unison mode
  • Single-key chord memory mode
  • Highly optimized coding for high performance with ultra-low CPU load
  • Advanced one-click UI magnification
  • Comprehensive MPE support
  • Full MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls
  • Mercury-4 is available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats

Quadra

Quadra is a super-accurate and immensely improved emulation of the ARP Quadra synthesizer, originally released in 1978 - a rare and coveted “unicorn” instrument in the synthesizer world, reproduced for the first time as a virtual instrument.

Features

  • Over 400 presets, programmed by industry veterans.
  • All four sections are superbly recreated.
  • Poly Synthesizer includes Drift control for increased analog realism.
  • Independent key range assignment for all four instrument sections.
  • Precisely replicated phase shifter with multiple mod sources.
  • Tempo-syncable LFO.
  • The multi-out version allows separate processing of each instrument section.
  • Improved arpeggiator section w/tempo sync.
  • Accurately emulated "Touch Sensor" aftertouch section.
  • Highly optimized coding for high performance with ultra-low CPU load.
  • User-adjustable oversampling control.
  • Advanced one-click UI magnification.
  • Full MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls.
  • Quadra is available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats.

Dreamsynth

Cherry Audio's Dreamsynth is a tribute to the celebrated hybrid analog+digital synthesizers of the mid-to-late 1980s. The innovative design blends flexible dual-wave morphing oscillators, stereo filters, fully polyphonic analog strings, extensive and easy-to-use modulation, studio-quality effects, and MPE support, all in an elegant vintage-style synth interface.

Features

  • Three dual-waveform oscillators, amounting to six simultaneous virtual analog or PCM sample-based oscillators with up to 16 voices of polyphony
  • Authentically modeled virtual analog waveforms and 430 looping, one-shot, and single-cycle waveforms
  • Fully polyphonic 16-voice string synthesizer which can be layered and split across the keyboard independent of the primary synth
  • OB-style 12 dB/octave multimode stereo filters
  • Extensive and accessible modulation capabilities, with 20 mod sources and over 40 destinations, including effects
  • Analog drift control for increased authenticity
  • Three tempo-syncable LFOs
  • Arpeggiator with tempo sync, independently assignable to the synth and string synth
  • Fully modulatable effects include multiple distortion and sample-crushing options, a 12-stage phaser, chorus, flanger, rotary speaker effects, delay, and reverb, including the new "Galactic" reverb algorithm
  • Polyphonic Aftertouch as a polyphonic modulation source
  • Support for MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE)
  • Highly optimized coding for optimal performance with ultra-low CPU load
  • User-adjustable oversampling control
  • Advanced one-click UI magnification
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls
  • Over 1100 presets created by a talented and diverse group of sound design veterans

Miniverse

Miniverse is a painstaking virtual emulation of perhaps the best-known and loved analog synthesizer ever made. Though its innards aren’t identical, it shares the thick, juicy, "fat" analog sound that remains unchallenged 50 years later! It set the standard for future synthesizers, inspired whole new genres of music, and defined the sound of artists as diverse as Kraftwerk, Herbie Hancock, Rick Wakeman, Pink Floyd, Parliament, and Gary Numan, and countless others.

Features

  • Three oscillators with triangle, sawtooth-triangular, ramp sawtooth, square, wide rectangular, and narrow rectangular waveforms
  • Classic four-pole, 24dB/octave ladder filter
  • Feedback and Sidechain, replicating the original instrument's External Input function with super accurately replicated overdrive characteristics
  • Fully programmable with over 200 factory preset patches created by pro sound designers
  • Monophonic and polyphonic modes: 1, 2, 4, 8, or 16 voices
  • Superbly accurate modelling of inherent oscillator mixer and VCA overdrive characteristics
  • MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) support for expressive performances using MPE-compatible controllers
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI learn
  • Preset and Global level MIDI mapping
  • Cherry Audio's acclaimed Focus zoom-in feature
  • Highly optimized coding for optimal performance with ultra-low CPU load
  • User-adjustable oversampling control

Lowdown

The Lowdown Bass Synthesizer recreates the super-fat, room-rattling sounds of the most legendary dual-oscillator bass pedal synth ever made. Heard on countless prog-rock and new wave tracks in the 70s and 80s, this floor pedal monster comes to the desktop for the very first time. From the dual “constant-beat” oscillators to the girthy ladder filter, DSP wizard Mark Barton (MRB) has modelled every aspect of the original with exceptional accuracy. Get down to the ground with Lowdown!

Features

  • Faithful virtual analog emulation of the renowned monophonic bass pedal synth
  • Every aspect precisely modeled in exacting detail with an ultra-realistic interface
  • Beyond bass: propel Lowdown from the fat deep end and up to soaring leads
  • Massive dual oscillators (Saw, Square)
  • Throaty 24dB/octave lowpass filter with controls for Cutoff, Emphasis, and Contour
  • Single-button access to Bull, Tuba, and Bass three factory presets
  • Variable live-panel mode, available with a single click
  • Additional one-button controls to activate Glide, Decay, and Octave
  • Loudness and Filter master "foot" sliders
  • Recessed panel provides access to programmable functions: Tune, Beat, Glide, Octave, Mix, and OSC B Frequency
  • Rendered and animated foot pedal keyboard
  • Select from 14 under-the-pedals floor surfaces
  • Over 40 presets in an extensive preset browsing menu, and unlimited user preset storage
  • Full MIDI control
  • Full DAW automation for all controls
  • Lowdown Bass Synthesizer is available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats
  • A free 30-day demo of Lowdown is available. This demo will play white noise periodically but is otherwise unlimited

Elka-X

Cherry Audio Elka-X Synthesiser is based upon the legendary Synthex, a rare Italian analog synthesiser designed by Mario Maggi and manufactured by ELKA in the early eighties. Elka-X replicates the extraordinary character of the original synth without compromising sound or functionality, thoughtfully expanding its feature set and delivering the authentic Synthex experience at a price anyone can afford.

Features

  • Two-part multitimbral operation: two different patches simultaneously playable, in either a keyboard split or stacked layer mode, with user-specified split point and discrete controls for layer volume and panning
  • 16 polyphonic voices which can be layered or split across the keyboard
  • Panel Control for selecting layers, with a utility function for exchanging settings between the Lower and Upper sound layers, or even between presets
  • Two DCO oscillators with triangle, sawtooth, square, and variable pulse waveforms and independent tuning
  • Modes for polyphonic, single voice, and unison monophonic with unison detune
  • PWM Cross Modulation and Ring Modulation for both oscillators
  • White or Pink Noise Generator
  • CEM3320-style multimode filter with 12 or 24 dB/oct lowpass, 6 or 12 dB/oct bandpass, or 12 dB/oct highpass
  • Two tempo-syncable LFOs
  • Two independent modulation sections: a fixed LFO 1 section, and a performance-oriented LFO 2 section, intended for use with pitch and mod wheel controllers
  • LFO 1 has triangle, sawtooth, ramp, bipolar square, unipolar square, and random waveforms; LFO 2 triangle waveform only
  • ADSR Filter and Amplifier envelope generators with Velocity control
  • Multi Trigger for the ADSR Filter and Amplifier envelope generators (in monophonic modes)
  • Chord Memory and Oscillator 2 sync
  • Tempo Sync buttons for LFO 1 and 2, Sequencer rate, Arpeggio rate, and Echo rate for easy sync to DAW project tempo
  • Step Sequencer consists of four individual monophonic sequences, each with a user-definable length of up to 128 steps, assignable to either layer and stored with the preset
  • Step Sequencer utility operation for copying, swapping, and moving sequencer data between tracks, or from one preset to another
  • Glide (pitch envelope) and Portamento (standard glide), independently enabled for each oscillator
  • Arpeggiator with tempo sync, independently assignable to both layers
  • Studio-quality chorus, echo delay, and reverb effects, including Cherry Audio's acclaimed "Galactic" reverb algorithm
  • Cherry Audio's popular Focus zoom-in feature, as well as standard UI zoom and resize with drag
  • Over 600 presets created by a talented and diverse group of sound design veterans
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI learn
  • Preset and Global level MIDI mapping
  • Highly optimized coding for optimal performance with ultra-low CPU load
  • User-adjustable oversampling control

Sines Synthesizer

Sines is a sensational and innovative original polyphonic synthesiser. Employing four sine-wave oscillators, Sines utilises diverse waveshaping methods to bend these basic waves into infinitely variable and complex shapes. When combined with its wide-ranging modulation capabilities and effects, users can create a diverse array of unique timbres ranging from the sublime to sizzling.

Features

  • Four independent sine waveform oscillators, with waveshaping controls to bend the basic waves into other standard waves (sawtooth, square, pulse, triangle) and more complex and novel shapes
  • Six waveshaper controls: feedback, phase, width, shape, wavefold, and drive, each with modulation source assignments available
  • Sub (octave-down sine wave) oscillator and a super oscillator (octave-up sine wave) for each oscillator
  • Oscillator utility function to copy/paste, randomise, or reset any oscillator settings
  • Glide (portamento) and keyboard (pitch) controls independently enabled for each oscillator
  • Up to 16-voice polyphony
  • Polyphonic (two modes), chord memory, single voice, and unison with unison detune
  • Resonant multimode filter with 6, 12, 18 or 24 dB/oct lowpass, highpass, bandpass, or notch modes
  • Four tempo-syncable LFOs with 14 waveforms: sine, triangle, sawtooth, sawtooth, exponential sawtooth, logarithmic sawtooth, three-step sawtooth, four-step ramp, exponential ramp, logarithmic ramp, three-step ramp, and four-step square random
  • ADSR filter and amplifier envelope generators with velocity controls
  • Two additional auxiliary envelope generators usable as mod sources
  • Four-slot mod matrix allows modulation of nearly every parameter in Sines
  • Arpeggiator with tempo sync
  • Four fully modulatable effects sections: multiple distortion and sample-crushing options; mod FX with phaser, chorus, flanger, or rotary speaker; delay with stereo, ping-pong, or tape delay modes; five reverb effects, including Cherry Audio's acclaimed "Galactic" algorithm
  • ADSR filter and amplifier envelope generators with velocity controls
  • Two additional auxiliary envelope generators usable as mod sources
  • Four-slot mod matrix allows modulation of nearly every parameter in Sines
  • Arpeggiator with tempo sync
  • Four fully modulatable effects sections: multiple distortion and sample-crushing options; mod FX with phaser, chorus, flanger, or rotary speaker; delay with stereo, ping-pong, or tape delay modes; five reverb effects, including Cherry Audio's acclaimed "Galactic" algorithm
  • Drift controls that optionally apply variation to oscillators and filter frequencies to add authentic analogue character
  • Eight-band graphic EQ
  • Channel pressure and polyphonic aftertouch as a polyphonic modulation source
  • Support for MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) -- Pitch, Channel Pressure, and Timbre -- making Sines capable of more organic and expressive performances when using MPE-compatible controllers
  • Cherry Audio's popular Focus zoom-in feature, as well as standard UI zoom and resize with drag
  • Over 700 presets created by a talented and diverse group of sound design veterans
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI learn
  • Preset and Global level MIDI mapping
  • Highly optimised coding for optimal performance with ultra-low CPU load
  • User-adjustable oversampling control
  • Available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats

GX-80 Synthesizer

GX-80 is Cherry Audio's visionary flagship synthesizer, over a year in the making. Combining the unparalleled sound and features of the fabled GX-1 "Dream Machine" and its renowned descendant, the CS-80, GX-80 is a transformative virtual synthesizer blending the essence of two groundbreaking instruments to create a powerhouse hybrid. Featuring the carefully crafted and intensely circuit-modeled DSP designs of award-winning developer Mark Barton, Cherry Audio has replicated every subtlety of the classics to create the most authentic emulation of its kind.

Features

  • A best-in-class virtual instrument based on two monumental analog classics: the GX-1 and CS-80
  • Reintegrates the extended features of the GX-1 with all of the functionality of its descendant, the CS-80, for an absolutely immense sound experience; essentially, two CS-80s and more!
  • Massive dual-layer voicing architecture with 16 polyphonic voices per layer: two different patches simultaneously playable, in either a keyboard split or stacked layer mode, with discrete controls for layer volume and panning
  • All GX-1 and CS-80 voicing parameters reproduced, including the GX-1's unique oscillator-level filtered waveforms, octave-up triangle wave, and invert filter envelope control
  • Precision recreation of both the legendary CS-80 and unmatched GX-1 filters
  • Four polyphonic voice ranks, each with a voltage-controller oscillator, resonant highpass and lowpass filters, noise generator, sine wave, dual envelope generators, and a velocity-sensitive VCA
  • Sub oscillator LFO for each layer with sine, sawtooth, ramp, square, sample and hold, and noise intended for modulation, with tempo sync
  • Recreation of the memorable CS ring modulator that modulates the summed output of each pair of ranks with its own independent oscillator

Mercury-6

Mercury-6 is a meticulous recreation of the Jupiter-6 analog polyphonic synthesizer, initially released in 1983. Sandwiched between the earlier Jupiter-4 and Jupiter-8 models in name only, the sophisticated Jupiter-6 has sometimes been considered a sleeper release. These days, it has persevered to become one of Roland's most notable and coveted classic synthesizers due to its distinctive dark and complex character. If you've long yearned to explore the Jupiter-6, you'll love Mercury-6!

Features

  • Highly optimized, massive dual-layer voicing architecture with 16 polyphonic voices per layer. Keyboard split or stacked layer modes allow two simultaneously playable layers, with separate per-layer controls for all parameters, including effects
  • Two VCOs per voice with combined waveform capabilities: triangle, ramp sawtooth, noise, and square or variable pulse
  • Multimode filter with a 24 dB/oct lowpass, 24 dB/oct highpass, or 12 dB/oct bandpass modes
  • Accurate reproduction of the original's advanced VCO-2 to VCO-1 FM cross-modulation for searing tones
  • Precisely implemented portamento and glissando modes
  • Exactingly replicated arpeggio section with MIDI tempo sync, the hidden Up/Down modes of the original, and the addition of a Random mode
  • Powerful solo and polyphonic unison modes for fat, stacked sounds
  • Two tempo-syncable LFOs with extended retrigger functionality
  • Per-layer drift control for oscillators and filter frequencies for authentic analog character
  • Single-key chord memory mode
  • Over 500 presets, created by a talented team of sound design veterans, easily accessible in a convenient preset browser
  • Panel Control for selecting layer controls, including extensive utility functions for duplicating and exchanging synthesis and effects parameters between layers and presets.
  • Studio-quality integrated effects: distortion, 4/8/12 stage phaser, flanger/chorus, three types of delay with sync, and four types of reverb, with easy-to-access global or layer settings
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI learn and mapping (Preset and Global)
  • Cherry Audio's popular Focus zoom-in feature, as well as standard UI zoom and resize via drag
  • Complete documentation available directly online from the instrument or in downloadable PDF format
  • Highly optimized coding for optimal performance with ultra-low CPU load, and multithreaded processing for presets using Split and Layer modes
  • User-adjustable oversampling control

Novachord + Solovox

The Novachord + Solovox bundle emulates two early electronic instruments that were precursors of modern synthesizers. Novachord is based on the revolutionary polyphonic instrument from 1939, while Solovox replicates a related monophonic keyboard instrument intended to provide organ-style leads. These exceedingly rare instruments set standards for tone generation and synthesis techniques that continue to influence today’s electronic instruments.

Features

  • Novachord + Solovox is a bundle of two individual instruments at one low price, provided as one download and installed in both standard DAW/host plugin and standalone formats.
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI learn and mapping (Preset and Global)
  • Cherry Audio's popular Focus zoom-in feature, as well as standard UI zoom and resize via drag
  • Complete documentation available directly online from the instrument or in downloadable PDF format
  • User-adjustable oversampling control

Novachord

  • 32 polyphonic voices, synthesized not sampled
  • Three Resonators: a resonant bandpass filter network operating consecutively in low (400 Hz), mid (800 Hz), high (2000 Hz) frequency ranges
  • Deep Tone setting for the tone generator signal, with a one-pole (6dB per-octave slope) lowpass filter with a fixed frequency of 160 Hz
  • Brilliant Tone setting for the tone generator signal, with a one-pole (6dB per-octave slope) highpass filter with a fixed frequency of 2000 Hz
  • Full Tone setting controls the amplitude of the dry (no filters applied) tone generator signal
  • Tones routed in parallel to all of the filters, processed and then summed together to create a composite tone
  • Attack knob with seven Attack/Decay/Sustain envelope options, from Slow to Fast, with sustain-pedal controlled release (approximately3.5 seconds)
  • Depth controlled vibrato with two options: Vibrato I as used in the earliest Novachord models, and Vibrato II as used in later Novachords
  • Reverb effect with Room and Hall algorithms to emulate the standard Novachord amp and speaker combo
  • 56 presets covering Basses, Keys, Pads, and Strings, by Director of Sound Design James Terris

Solovox

  • Faithful virtual analog emulation of the monophonic 'keyboard attachment' instrument
  • Combinable Bass/Tenor/Contralto/Soprano switches to set note range in octaves, like modern synthesizer footage settings
  • First Voice and Second Voice two-pole bandpass filters with level controls and variable center frequencies of 400 Hz and 800 Hz, respectively
  • Deep Tone setting for the tone generator signal, with a one-pole (6dB per-octave slope) lowpass filter with a fixed frequency of 200 Hz
  • Brilliant Tone setting for the tone generator signal, with a one-pole (6dB per-octave slope) highpass filter with a fixed frequency of 2000 Hz
  • Full Tone setting controls the amplitude of the dry (no filters applied) tone generator signal
  • Adjustable Glide and fixed-rate Vibrato
  • Mute control to filter harmonics from the oscillator voice
  • Reverb effect with Room algorithm to replicate the standard Solovox amp and speaker combo
  • Glowing vacuum tubes respond to the volume setting of each filter
  • 50 presets covering Basses, Strings, Leads, and Woodwinds, by Director of Sound Design James Terris

Octave Cat

Cherry Audio’s Octave Cat synthesizer emulates The CAT duophonic synthesizer unleashed by Octave Electronics in 1976. Developed in partnership with The CAT’s original designer, Octave Cat retains all the growl of the original hardware’s fat, savage sound and replicates its aggressive resonant filter. Octave Cat features the flexible modulation, screaming audio-range oscillator cross-mod, and fierce oscillator sync of the original hardware, and extends it with expanded polyphony, a robust integrated effects suite, and a versatile dual-step sequencer.

Features

  • All aspects of the original CAT precisely modeled in exacting detail
  • Over 300 presets
  • Dual Panel Views with an authentic Main view for synthesis controls, and an additional FX/Seq panel with extended features
  • Monophonic, duophonic, and polyphonic (up to 16 voices) voice modes
  • Unison for mono and duo modes
  • Two distinct VCOs with discrete wave, modulation, S+H, and sub octave settings; VCO1 with saw, triangle, and pulse with PWM, and VCO2 with square and saw waveforms
  • Vintage-correct four-pole 24 db/oct filter, based on the original “cascaded OTA” SSM2040 filter with precise replication of The CAT’s unique resonance
  • Accurate reproduction of the original’s Transient Generators section with two envelope generators: a standard ADSR (attack/decay/sustain/release), and an AR (attack/release)
  • Sample and Hold with VCO1, VCO2, or Noise as source, with Glide that slews the voltage steps for smoother transitions
  • User-selectable Bend Depth, Octave Shift, and note Glide
  • Tempo-syncable LFO with onset delay
  • White noise generator
  • Classic-style dual-channel, eight-step sequencer, independently assignable to oscillator pitches, filter cutoff frequency and VCA amplitude, with tempo sync, quantization, and keyboard transpose
  • Studio-quality integrated effects: distortion with tube and fuzz, 2/4/8/12-stage phaser, flanger/chorus, three syncable delay types, and five reverb types
  • Selectable original “Mark I” or later-style “SRM” skin
  • Standalone virtual instrument and plug-in versions included
  • Channel pressure and polyphonic aftertouch as a polyphonic modulation source
  • Support for MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) -- Pitch, Channel Pressure, and Timbre -- making Octave Cat capable of more organic and expressive performances when using MPE-compatible controllers
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI learn and mapping
  • Cherry Audio’s popular Focus zoom-in feature, as well as standard UI zoom and resize via drag
  • Complete documentation available directly online from the instrument or in downloadable PDF format
  • User-adjustable oversampling control

Harmonia

Harmonia is the latest wildly innovative virtual instrument from Cherry Audio, designed to easily create rich, evolving polyphonic tones through its intuitive visual interface.

The magic behind Harmonia lies in its two sample-based oscillators. Using techniques similar to those found in additive synthesis, each Harmonia oscillator can simultaneously produce up to eight pitches, individually tuned to a harmonic series or semitones. The volume for each pitch harmonic can be fixed or dynamic, and Harmonia’s unique interpolated harmonic scanning enables dramatic sweeps and melodious sequences through a single modulatable slider.

Features

  • Dual sample-based interpolated scanning harmonic oscillators
  • Curated sample library of 285 waveforms in 11 categories, plus support for user-imported samples
  • Dual audio path: most waveform samples are stereo for natural width and organic feel with multiple-stacked harmonics
  • Monophonic and polyphonic voice modes (up to 16 voices)
  • Harmonic mode with six Harmonic Presets for sweeping through sample harmonics to create evolving tones or stacking multiple harmonics to create composite tones
  • Semitone mode with 23 Harmonic Presets for creating sequencer-like melodies or undulating musical chords
  • Create and save custom Harmonic Presets or generate random ones
  • Four tempo-syncable LFOs with ten waveforms, one-shot, retrigger, and mono or polyphonic modes
  • Multimode Filter - Lowpass (24 dB/oct), Lowpass (18 dB/oct), Lowpass (12 dB/oct), Lowpass (6 dB/oct), Highpass (12 dB/oct slope), Bandpass (12 dB/oct slope), Notch
  • Massive but easy-to-use Modulation Matrix with eight slots and simple click-to-assign functionality: 19 sources and 80 destinations, including Harmonia’s integrated effects
  • Click-and-drag Filter and Amp ADSR envelopes
  • 17 Studio-quality integrated effects:
    • Distortion - Tube, Grunge, Fuzz, Sample Crush, Tone & Level
    • Mod – Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Rotary Speaker
    • Echo – Stereo Delay, Ping Pong Delay, Tape Delay
    • Reverb – Spring, Plate, Room, Hall, Galactic
  • User-selectable Bend Depth, Octave Shift, and note Glide
  • Over 350 professionally designed presets in 16 categories
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI Learn and mapping
  • Cherry Audio’s popular Focus zoom-in feature, as well as standard UI zoom and resize via drag
  • Complete documentation available directly online from the instrument or in downloadable PDF format

PS-3300

PS-3300 is an exactingly faithful virtual analog emulation of the colossal and ultra-rare semi-modular analog polyphonic synthesizer released by Korg in 1977. Cherry Audio has pulled out all the stops to accurately recreate and update this mythical monster synth, from its massive stacked sonic character and signature multiple‑resonator sweeps to the considerable patching capabilities that distinguished the PS-3300 from all other polysynths of the era.

Features

  • Exactingly faithful virtual analog emulation of the semi-modular analog polyphonic synthesizer released by Korg in 1977
  • Three independent "signal generator" panels, each with an oscillator, lowpass filter, three-peak resonators, envelope with velocity, amp, two mod generator LFOs, and per-note tuning:
  • 3X VCOs with six waveforms: triangle, saw, rectangle (square), two preset pulse waves (with different widths), and PWM (variable-width pulse)
  • 3X resonant VCF 12 dB/oct lowpass filters with the option to select between the standard "clean" PS filter or the "crunchier" MS-style filter
  • 3X three modulatable "resonators": 12 dB/oct bandpass filters to produce vowel and phasing tones
  • 3X discreet ADSR-type envelope modulators with velocity control, and amplitude modulation
  • 3X two syncable "mod generators" (LFOs) with output jacks: one with triangle, saw, ramp, rectangle, pink noise, and white noise, and the other with triangle waveform
  • 3X temperament section with individual tuning knobs for the 12 chromatic notes, and temperament presets for Equal Tempered, Mean Tone System, Hepatonal System, and Just Intonation
  • Copy/paste settings from one signal generator panel to another
  • Polyphonic mode with up to 24 voices of polyphony and three monophonic modes: last, low, and high note priority
  • Semi-modular synthesizer with virtual jack and cable system, featuring unlimited mults per jack and customizable (color, transparency, animation) cables
  • Master signal mixer panel with sample & hold, general envelope generator, and two control voltage (CV) processors
  • Individual channel panning
  • User-selectable bend range and master tune
  • Studio-quality integrated effects: chorus, echo with sync, and three types of reverb (spring, plate, and Galactic)
  • Over 360 professionally designed presets in a dozen categories. These include a bonus Legacy collection of basic presets based on the patch sheets in the original PS-3300 Owner's Manual, a 3100-based Glissando patch, and a 432 Hz Equal Temperament patch, all to get your started in your own sound design adventures.
  • Standalone virtual instrument and plug-in versions
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI Learn and mapping
  • Cherry Audio’s popular Focus zoom-in feature, as well as standard UI zoom and resize via drag
  • Complete documentation available directly online from the instrument or in downloadable PDF format
  • User-adjustable oversampling control

Pro Soloist

Pro Soloist is the latest in Cherry Audio's roster of ultimate "what if?" virtual instruments. Featuring the precision-crafted and circuit-modeled DSP designs of award-winning developer Mark Barton, Cherry Audio's Pro Soloist goes far beyond emulating the treasured, preset-based monophonic analog synth originally released by ARP in 1972. Pro Soloist not only exactingly reproduces the expressive controls, 30 infamous presets, and the unique underlying architecture of this prog rock classic, it breaks it out of its cage by making it fully programmable and expanding it with full polyphony, splits and layers, a mod matrix, integrated studio-quality effects, and more.

Features

  • A best-in-class virtual instrument based on ARP's 1972 preset-based monophonic analog synth
  • Exactingly reproduces the expressive controls and 30 infamous presets, and surfaces the unique underlying analog synthesis architecture to make it fully programmable
  • Massive dual-layer voicing architecture with 16 polyphonic voices per layer: two different Pro Soloist style sounds simultaneously playable, in either a keyboard split or stacked layer mode, with discrete controls for layer volume and panning
  • Three-panel interface: Performance mode, with the original paddle presets; Edit mode, revealing all of the original's unique analog synthesis architecture parameters; and Arp/FX mode
  • All Pro Soloist voicing parameters reproduced and exposed, including the five parallel 2-pole bandpass filters of the Resonator Bank, expanded with individual frequency curves
  • Touch Sensor Effects controls to apply aftertouch to volume, brilliance (filter), and portamento, with adjustable touch sensitivity
  • Mono (retrigger or legato, low or high-note priority) and polyphonic modes, with a "last" note option to simulate polyphonic aftertouch with a monophonic aftertouch controller for more expressive performance possibilities
  • Voltage-controlled oscillator with sawtooth and pulse waves, plus a "Super Wave" option for fatter tones
  • VCO modulation with ADSR PWM, AR PWM, LFO PWM, and LFO FM
  • 24dB/oct Voltage-controlled filer (VCF) with filter invert and modulation with ADSR, AR, LFO, Growl (a specialized low-frequency oscillator), velocity, and keyboard tracking
  • Voltage-controlled amplifier (VCA) with modulation by ADSR, AR, LFO, and velocity, and independent per-layer control over volume and panning for expansive and breathtaking stereo tones
  • Tempo-syncable LFO with sine, ramp, sawtooth, and square waveforms
  • Resonant highpass filter with cutoff frequency from 20 Hz to 1300 Hz
  • Resonator Bank with five parallel bandpass filters with continuously variable frequency and resonance controls, all individually modulatable via the Mod Matrix. The frequency curves of the originals are provided and any of the resonators can be set to individually to any of the curves, in any combination.
  • ADSR (attack/decay/sustain/release) and AR (attack/release) envelope generators
  • Powerful but easy-to-use Modulation Matrix with six slots and simple click-to-assign functionality: 22 sources and 58 destinations, including Pro Soloist's integrated effects
  • Arpeggiator with MIDI tempo sync with Down, Up, Up/Down, and Random
  • Panel Control for selecting layer controls, including utility functions for duplicating and exchanging synthesis and effects parameters between layers and presets
  • Preset Paddles includes each of the 30 original Pro Soloist factory presets
  • Over 400 presets, created by a talented team of sound design veterans, easily accessible in a convenient preset browser
  • 12 studio-quality integrated effects: distortion, 2/4/6/8 stage phaser with sync, flanger/chorus with sync, three types of stereo echo/delay with sync, and five types of reverb, with easy-to-access global or layer settings
  • Complete MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls, with easy-to-use MIDI learn and mapping (Preset and Global)
  • Cherry Audio's popular Focus zoom-in feature, as well as standard UI zoom and resize via drag
  • Complete documentation available directly online from the instrument or in downloadable PDF format
  • Highly optimized coding for optimal performance with ultra-low CPU load, and multithreaded processing for presets using Split and Layer modes
  • User-adjustable oversampling control
  • Available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats.

PRODUCTS INCLUDED

- Voltage Modular Core + Electro Drums
- DCO-106
- CA2600
- Surrealistic MG-1 Plus
- Polymode
- Eight Voice
- PS-20
- Memorymode
- Mercury-4
- Quadra
- Dreamsynth
- Miniverse
- Lowdown
- Elka-X
- Sines
- GX-80
- Mercury-6
- Novachord + Solovox
- Octave Cat
- Harmonia
- PS-3300
- Pro Soloist

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

FORMATS:
VST2, VST3, AU and standalone formats.

OPERATING SYSTEMS:
macOS: 10.10 and up (including Native M1 Compatibility)
PC: Windows 7 and up

DAWs:
Works with all DAWs

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