Proclethya Synthesizer | Analog Sound in VST Form (+ BONUS Content)

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00:00 - Introduction
00:49 - Listening to Presets
01:34 - General Overview
01:55 - Oscillators and Mixing
05:41 - Frequency Modulation
06:40 - Tuning
06:57 - Filters and Saturation
08:02 - Making Our Own Patch
08:47 - LFOs
09:53 - Amp and Filter Envelopes
10:47 - FX
12:23 - Monophonic, Glide, and Master Controls
14:06 - Arpeggiator
16:31 - EQ
17:16 - Conclusion

Proclethya by Dymai Sound is a software synthesizer with analog characteristics. It is developed with three fundamental principles of analog in mind. DRIFT, NOISE and DISTORTION. The synth was developed with quick usability and character in mind. It features a drive and saturation around the filter which gives it warmth and that full sound. It is aimed toward club music production such as house, melodic techno, trance and progressive, though there are no rules when it comes to music and creativity.

Key Points:

- two main oscillators (with doubling oscillators)
- instant warm analog sound via inherent oscillator & filter drift
- effective usability - get cool sounds quickly without routing modules and parameters
- multiple analog filters with secondary slave filter option
- fm shaper module per oscillator
- 10 voice unison and spread per oscillator
- additional noise & sub oscillator
- hp & lp filters per oscillator to enable creative layering
- dual mix mode (crossfade & mixer mode)
- two assignable lfo modulators
- one pitch envelope
- filter and volume envelope
- filter drive
- saturation with optional gain compensation
- powerful arpeggiator & sequencer with multiple automatable parameters
- delay effect (ping-pong, stereo) with ducking built in and a widener
- reverb effect with ducking built in
- chorus & phaser effects
- built in 3-band eq for sound shaping
- toneshaper types I & II for adding depth and width
- no dongle required - simple serial number protection
- works in most major DAWs (except protools - no aax!)


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