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  • Leslie Sanford Sanford LFO v1.0 VSTi WiN-peace-out
    8 November 2018
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    Sanford LFO VSTi 1.0 WiN

    TEAM peace-out | 16.08.2009 | 4.7 MB

    The Sanford LFO is a MIDI based VSTi plugin representing a low frequency oscillator. It has all of the features you would expect from magesy download an LFO such as support for synchronization and providing a variety of waveform choices.

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  • Leslie Sanford Cobalt v1.5.1 VSTi WiN-peace-out
    27 April 2015
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    Leslie Sanford Cobalt v1.5.1 VSTi WiN

    Team peace-out | 07.11.2009 | 7.60 MB

    Cobalt is a VSTi software synthesizer inspired by many of the digital synthesizers from magesy download the 1980s.  In the early 80s as digital technology became cheaper, many manufacturers designed synthesizers that combined earlier analog technology with newer digital technology. These were known as hybrid synthesizers. Well-known hybrid synthesizers are the Korg DW8000 and DW6000, the Ensoniq ESQ-1, and the Kawai K3.  In analog/digital hybrid synthesizers, the oscillators responsible for generating waveforms are digital while the filter section remains analog. This approach freed designers to use any kind of waveform; they were no longer restricted to traditional analog waveforms such as sawtooth, triangle, and pulse. However, by using an analog filter, these synthesizers retained the warmth earlier analog synthesizers were known for. Though Cobalt is a purely digital synthesizer, its overall architecture is very much like those early hybrid synthesizers. It features a wide selection of waveforms, most of which were resynthesized from magesy download actual hybrid synthesizers, while providing traditional subtractive synthesis capabilities for sculpting its sound.

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