Nils Schneider releases free rompler K1v

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Nils‘ K1v is a rompler that emulates a famous japanese classic from 1988.

– Very accurate emulation of all parameters
– Includes 768 presets with search capability, the original factory bank + all ROM cards
– Full editing support
– Can import & export SysEx presets & banks from/to the original device
– Transmits & receives parameter changes via SysEx to act as an editor for the hardware or to be edited with external editors
– Resize-able user interface
– Full automation support
– All 768 presets can be edited and are stored as part of a project
– Available for Windows as VST2 plugin, 32-bit & 64-bit

Furthermore, the plugin features a fully fledged MIDI implementation:
– Understands SysEx messages like the original hardware which allows to update & edit presets while running and even sends responses to the
following SysEx requests: One block data request, All block data request & Device ID request
– Program Changes are supported including Bank Select.
– Hold Pedal, Volume, Pan, Velocity, Aftertouch, Modulation Wheel & Pitch Bend

Synthesizer Engine:
– 8-bit synthesis engine
– Four sources per voice
256 waveforms, 204 additive waveforms with 128 harmonics + 52 PCM wave forms
DADSR envelope
8 velocity curves
Coarse & Fine tune, adjustable key tracking, lots of modulation options
– AM (Ring Modulation) between Source 1&2 and 3&4
– Autobend
– 5 Key Scaling Curves
– One LFO with triangle, square, saw & random shape support
– Joystick for real-time control

The download of the plugin is free! But feel free to donate if you find this plugin useful.
Nils Schneider – K1v

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