Nils Schneider released Nils’ K1v, a free VST instrument ROMpler that emulates a famous Japanese classic from 1988.
Nils’ K1v features an 8-bit synthesis engine, four sources per voice, 256 waveforms, 204 additive waveforms with 128 harmonics & 52 PCM waveforms. Further, we find ADSR envelope with 8 velocity curves, coarse & fine-tune, adjustable key tracking, and lots of modulation options. There’s also a joystick for real-time control.
- 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
Nils’ K1v is an instrument plugin for Windows (VST2 plugin, 32-bit & 64-bit).
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