Tsoniq Fusion packs classic Korg and Roland-style virtual analog synthesis in a new user oscillator for the Korg Logue synthesizers.
The big highlight of the Korg Logue Synthesizer series (minilogue xd, Prologue 8/16, NTS-1) is the full-customizable digital engine. Oscillators as well as effects can be exchanged for others. In seconds, you can transform your Logue synth into a completely new instrument. For example: in a VA, wavetable or physical modeling synth.
With Fusion, Tsoniq is launching a new so-called User Oscillator packed with tons of features.
Fusion is a new user oscillator for the Korg minilogue xd and Prologue Synthesizer series. The developer has melted an entire, mighty virtual analog synth voice in its new user oscillator.
It uses a newly developed audio engine that uses 2x oversampling and anti-aliased virtual analog oscillators. There are different oscillator types available:
- recreation of the minilogue xd’s VCOs with three waveforms, shape modulation, sync, and ring modulation
- emulation of the Alpha Juno PWM saw waveform (“hoover” sound).
- JP-8000 style super-saw and super-square oscillator
- emulation of the Roland JP-4 sawtooth and sawtooth + sub oscillator
- pulse and pulse + sub waveforms
- phase modulation waveform generators.
Then, you get a resonant 12/24dB lowpass, high-pass and band-pass filters with key tracking. Plus, you get a envelope and LFO for modulation from the front panel. It also has a dedicated high-pass trim filter controlled via the multi-engine “shape” control. You can also tweak the age of the virtual analog engine and crossgrade between the VCO and the paired digital oscillator.
Fusion is capable of creating a wide range of sounds. You can use it to thicken your analog sounds with more oscillator power. It also works great as a standalone, rich virtual analog synth.
tsoniq fusion is available now for 20€ and is compatible with the Korg minilogue xd and Prologue 8/16. The NTS-1 is not supported! A fusion lite version with less features is available as a free download.
More information here: tsoniq