Fanan Team has updated Stringya – virtual analog electronic strings machine presented in an open mixer format, to version 1.5. At the same time with the update, they released Stringya as freeware (previously was $10).
At the base of Stringya stay four 32-bit waveforms with high dynamic range oscillators. Together they generate four electronic strings emulations, each with its own size and color.
All the 4 oscillators can be mixed together into a full strings ensemble, allowing the player to create chords, string sound combinations, articulations, and textures. Stringya’s oscillators have a full synthesis section, 2 different MIDI velocity options, a user-friendly global hi-pass/lowpass filter and a full section of built-in effects (saturation, chorus, phaser, tremolo, reverb, and delay), advanced mono mode and dedicated organs alike drawbars system.
What’s new in version 1.5:
- Improved total performance
- Added full mono mode
- Added draw-bars system with a separate connectivity per oscillator
- Changed GUI
Stringya is available in VSTi and stand-alone formats (64-bit supported). Download is instant, registration of any type isn’t required.
More information: Fanan Team