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TAL-NoiseMaker is an improved version of TAL-Elek7ro and has a completely new synth engine and a...

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  • Any suggestions for free alternatives to Ableton's Analog?
    TAL-NoiseMaker and Dexed for synths and LABS Classic Synths for sampled instruments. Might be worth combing through pianobook if you want some more unusual sampled sounds, like Alex's collection of Soviet-era synths. Oh, and check out VCVRack if you're down to get modular. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Beginner - where to learn?
    Https:// is a free and simple synthesizer, so is . Source: over 1 year ago
  • 80's synths that work on Logic Pro on Mac and are free?
    Both the TAL Noisemaker and the u-he Tyrell N6 are both inspired by the Juno 6/60/106 line of synthesizers. Both are free. Both are excellent. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Soft synths For a newbie?
    I recommend to start with TAL NoiseMaker. It's free, it's well-designed, has a good number of presets you can learn from, and it's pretty flexible in what it can do. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What's the best plugin for a newbie to make synth sounds from scratch?
    Https:// or or . Source: over 1 year ago
  • help with choosing
    Https:// and are both amazing synthesizers but in case they look too complicated (though Surge has a nice manual) - and are simpler. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Tips on resources for learning the terms used within synthesis and what the terms actually mean and what they do to a sound?
    To make things easier, well laid-out synthesizers have things that belong together grouped together. For instance, in - each knob that's in the OSC 1 box has to do with the same part; oscillator one. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Plug-In Discovery 2022
    Then I was looking for Synths, a subject I basically know nothing about and you probably know the quantity of available options out there. Then I quite quickly found TAL, specifically the TAL-NoiseMaker, which is not only very well suited for my Synthwave stuff, but also pretty nice for other electronic genres, at least I assume. And it is free as well! Source: almost 2 years ago
  • How do I make that sound from Devils Never Cry song?
    To make this sound, you can use . Start with an initialized patch. Set oscillator 1 and 2 to square. Set the fine tune of oscillator 2 slightly up, and that of oscillator 1 slightly down. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • alternatives to synth1?
    TAL-NoiseMaker or one of U-he's free synths might fit the bill. Source: about 2 years ago
  • What kind of bass is used here (00:30) and how can i recreate it?
    I was able to cop it in a couple of minutes using freeware TAL-N01zE M4K3R. Or if you're familiar with something else, the same basic principles apply. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Anyone have any good soundfonts/instruments/plugins?
    If you want synths, some good free ones are Vital ( Helm ( Synth1 ( TAL Noisemaker ( and OB-XD [Free for non commercial use] ( Source: over 2 years ago
  • Behringer Crave
    While I do think that it would suit IDM/Industrial Ambient, you say you're a bit low on funds. For this reason, I'd go for a free VST instead. The TAL NoiseMaker for example offers a similar sound palette and is completely free: Source: over 2 years ago
  • Synths
    I also recommend the free TAL Noisemaker. It has a nice GUI too. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Recreating the Terraria sound: in response to u/cyndacat76
    Emulating a 16-bit console gives you way more options and will still sound very retro. These consoles had virtual sample libraries and pretty much unlimited polyphony, not too unlike modern virtual instruments. My student showed me this awesome plugin called Genny that emulates the Sega Genesis. It is epic and I definitely recommend it for anyone getting into retro sound design. I used Genny for the drum kit and... Source: almost 3 years ago

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