E-Phonic updates its Invader 2 analog-modeling Synthesizer plugin in version 1.0.10 with native Apple Silicon and more.
Invader 2 is a polyphonic virtual analog Synthesizer plugin by E-Phonic. Known to some from the Drumatic 4 drum synth. Invader 2 has a solid, very classic feature set and sounds very good. The price is particularly important here.
The developers let users decide how much a license is worth. To get one you have to put at least 5€ on the virtual table. Little if you know what other VA synths cost. Since my first article about the Invader 2, the plugin has been updated nicely. The latest update is now available.
E-Phonic Invader 2
Invader 2 is a polyphonic analog-modeling Synthesizer with two oscillators, 1 sub, multi-mode filter with drive, ring modulation, and more. Version 1.0.10 is a free update that brings native Apple silicon support. So users of the new Apple M1 computers can benefit from better performances.
The previous updates were also interesting. In version 1.0.9, the E-Phonic 2 developers added a new sync saw oscillator and a new resonant band bass type in the multimode filter. In 1.0.8, Invader 2 got two new phaser delay effects, sustain pedal support as well as an upgraded sequencer.
You can now use the small but handy sequencer in two different play modes. In POLY it plays the polyphonic notes you play and applies the pitch of the sequencer to the notes while SEQ plays the sequence transposed to the note you play. The arpeggiator also handles polyphony correctly since this update.
Invader 2 Sound Demo
E-Phonic Invader 2 1.0.10 is available now as a free update for existing customers. You can pay 5€ or more to obtain a license of Invader 2. It runs as a VST3 and AU plugin on macOS (Intel + M1) and Windows.
More information here: E-Phonic
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