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New Zero Vector Synth from White Noise Audio Software

Thursday January 01, 2004
Zero Vector is a combination virtual analog, wavetable, and vector synth in PC VST format, with a few extra tricks up it's sleeve like tons of different waveforms, poly unison, built in arpeggiator, modelled analog filters, a mod matrix, and more...
New Zero Vector Synth from White Noise Audio Software
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October 15, 2004

Zero Vector is a combination virtual analog, wavetable, and vector synth in PC VST format, with a few extra tricks up it's sleeve like tons of different waveforms, poly unison, built in arpeggiator, modelled analog filters, a mod matrix, and more.

Zero Vector Requires an SSE capable CPU.

Features:

  • Vector pad to control mixing between 3 OSC's. Includes the ability to record vector motions and have them play back with each note
  • 3 OSC's with 'Clone' control. Clone creates a detuned copy of the oscillator, effectively making Zero Vector a 6 oscillator synth.
  • Standard Saw, Square, Triangle, Square waves along with more exotic ones like enharmonic waves, metallic tones, noise, sampled strings, and more.
  • Analog-style filters. Standards like LP, BP, HP, Notch, plus unique Vocal Filters. Filters can be overdriven and feature selectable distortion effects.
  • Dual filters which can be routed in series or parallel
  • Sync, FM, and Ringmod
  • 2 visually drawable Multi Env's. These envelopes can also double as LFO's of any shape.
  • Mod matrix
  • 427 presets and growing.
  • FX Section - Distortion, Chorus, Phaser, Reverb, EQ and Delay per patch
  • XY Pad for on screen control of modulation
  • PolyUnison mode for phatness - up to 6 detuned voices may be stacked on each note.

Zero Vector is priced at $149.

For more information, visit their web site at www.whitenoiseaudio.com

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