Viper 1.2
by ConcreteFX
(ConcreteFX Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98
File Size: 657 KB
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
License Conditions:

Demo works for 10 minutes. Viper is available for $48/36Euro/£25 via ShaeIt or PayPal at http://www.concretefx.com/Viper.htm

System Requirements:

VST plugin host

Last Updated: 2005-04-22
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Tags : additive | fm | vsti | plugin | synth

Software Description

ConcreteFX are proud to annouce that we have released Viper , our new PC VSTi FM / additive synthesize.

Viper can create a broad range of organic leads , pads and basses and is easy to program

Viper is available for $48/36Euro/£25 via ShaeIt or PayPal at http://www.concretefx.com/Viper.htm .

Features of Viper

Uses 4 oscillators to create sounds , each oscillator can be modulated by any other oscillator (including itself for self -modulation) creating a
possibility of 65536 different modulation setups. Each modulator can use frequency or ring modulation to create an enormous variety of different
sound possibilities . Combined with this each oscillator has symmetry & pulse width modulation control and oscillator syncing

Over 100 additive waveforms in plus the normal analogue waveforms, allowing for a wide palette of sound sources

Two multi-mode filters, with 12/24 db low/high/band pass/notch filters plus ring modulation , comb filter and formant filter for vocal sounds

6 AHDSFR envelopes with variable curvature and 6 LFO's . These , along with midi and keyboard events, can alter all the major controls, using a simple
to use modulation matrix .

Full midi control of all the controls using midi learning

Step Sequencer with up to 16 steps which also can be used in the modulation matrix to create trance-gate sounds & simple sequences

Chorus, stereo delay & stereo widener effects

200 presets + full manual

New in this version:

Oversampled oscillators which produce much smoother sounds.

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