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Noisetar
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Noisetar - Noise generator synth
Noisetar is a synthesizer dedicated to the generation of many different noise based sounds.

The generation is purely mathematical, no samples or wavetables are used, thus allowing for an easy continuous morphing from one sound to the other. Twelve parameters control the generator, moreover its output can be further shaped and enriched inside Noisetar with its two filters, a chorusing reverb and a stereo enhancer. As modulators Noisetar offers an ADSR envelope and keytracking, with seven destinations.

Using the included bandpass filter, which is tuned to the incoming MIDI notes, is also possible to play Noisetar melodically.

Noisetar is designed with DAW parameter automation in mind to tailor complex custom modulations tied to each project rather then dealing with complicated patches.

Noisetar has its own sound space, ranging from various digital noises to crackle, rattles and crepitations similar to wood fire or rain, scratchy percussions and foot stomps, with many others from the lowest booming and gurgling drones, to thin misty hisses. The quality and types of Noisetar sounds obviously doesn't cover all possible noise sounds, but most certainly will increase your noise arsenal without taking up more than 2MB on your drive.
  • Unique integrated sound engine, with comb filter, LFO, AM, FM etc...
  • Polyphony ten voices.
  • Keytracking for various parameters.
  • Melodic bandpass filter with adjustable bandwidth.
  • ADSR envelope with 4 targets.
  • 12dB/octave, low pass and high pass.
  • Chorusing Reverb.
  • Stereo Enhancer.
  • All parameters can be automated inside a DAW.
  • Tooltips on screen.
  • Resizable GUI.
  • Custom colours and texture.

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  V 1.0
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  V 1.0
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Dec 05 2016
  Cajhmere
VST
  5  / 5
Wow, just wow! I made the decision not to touch noise synths again, but happily I tried this beast. What I love (and know from Synth1): You can't trap the synth, means doesn't matter what you do, the pureness of sound and also the balance in it's depth is never touched in a negative way. If u wanna know what I mean, try the "mice" in Nature section sound. It's so detailed, the reverb act's like a friendly dog that is never angry. It's like Synth1: Doesn't matter what you do with it, it's always balanced and does what YOU want. I'm really impressed to have such a noisemachine after all the years of searching. For an effect synth the cpu load is a joke in my eyes. Totally low. Grab it!
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