Molekules Is Flintpope’s Second Free VST/AU Plugin & Features Unusual Piano Sounds

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Free plugins are always amazing, especially when they are available for PC & Mac. Flintpope announced this week Molekules, a new free VST/AU rompler instrument plugin featuring 10 presets with experimental soundscapes. The sounds were created using piano samples (C3) and the Native Instruments Molekular plugin.

MOLEKULAR is a highly versatile modular effects rack that produces movement in the sound – very useful if you need long and evolving pads that can sometimes take you by surprise. Who wants a lush Juno pad all the time anyway? Everyone else but you!

MOLEKULAR is also good at creating harsh environments as well as beautiful chasms of sound. You almost never hear the original piano sample but it lends its own sonic richness to the end-result.

Features of Molekules VST/AU

  • 10 sounds accessed via a drop-down list opened by clicking on the initial preset “Atmos”.
  • Master controls: Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release, Pan and Gain.
  • LFO with separate controls for Rate, Depth, Waveform and Destination (try Expression as a Destination for peculiar results).
  • 2 FX: Reverb and Pitch-shift.

Molekules by Flintpope is now available for free or as donation-ware.

More information here: Molekules 

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