Key2Sound releases new softsynth – INetSynth

KeyToSound announced the immediate release of the INetSynth software synthesizer. The INetSynth is a virtual software synthesizer designed by virtual instrument pioneer Max Gronlund, founder and president of KeyToSound.

The INetSynth can be played as a standalone instrument or as an AU, RTAS, or VST plug-in. Programmed and compiled to support Universal Binaries, the INetSynth can be installed on new Intel based Macintosh computers or legacy PowerPC based Macs without second thought.

The INetSynth is modeled after a traditional classic subtractive synthesizer and offers uniquely powerful features you won’t find (or hear) with any other synth. For starters, the Resonance Noise Oscillator or “R-Noise” Oscillator is a unique type of Oscillator that enriches the depth of the timbre and can easily give any sound an edge and attitude, appealing to composers and sound designers alike.

Classic Oscillator waveforms are covered of course, but the InetSynth also gives you Multi Oscillators to use in creating your sound. The Multi Oscillator is a stack of Saw Tooth waves that are slightly detuned from each other. The Multi Oscilator stack produces a natural and bright sounding timbre. There are many preprogrammed stacks available for detuning, creating unlimited sonic possibilities.

The INetSynth has a true stereo signal path throughout its entire sound engine, including the Oscillators, Modulators, Filters, Envelopes, and Effects. This true stereo signal path enhances the stereo image of the sound without reducing the number of voices or polyphony, not to mention it creates a whole new realm of synthesizer programming.

The ASWM ™ or Advanced Stereo Wavetable Memory technology unique to the INetSynth accommodates playback of large stereo samples by providing key-maps and individual loop points for both left and right channels of a stereo sample. This technology not only produces wickedly mind-blowing sounds, but handles the samples efficiently so you get more performance and lower latency on playback.

The Dynamic CPU Load Management or DCLM™ of the InetSynth does exactly what it says. It manages the CPU load by allocating CPU resources specifically for the oscillators, filters, LFO’s, envelopes and effects when they are needed. This ultimately enables the maximum performance from your system allowing greater polyphony of complex sounds without having to increase the host’s playback buffer!

Pricing and Availability – InetSynth is available immediately through their online shop for Euro 278,75. For more information and a demo version please visit the Key2sound website.

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