Trueno is not a normal instrument with keys but is a new hybrid Synthesizer that combines analog technology inside a USB stick and digital features in a plugin editor. Inside the stick, you can find the analog oscillators, osc-modulation as well as the filter. The digital part of the engine is hidden in the plugin / editor that features the digital oscillators, envelopes, LFO and effects.
WS-Audio released this week the beta version of the upcoming v.1.1 update for the Trueno Synthesizer that features major sound improvements and a preset browser with 39 patches. Check out below to get an overview of some of the new included sounds.
Version 1.1.0 is Trueno’s first major software update; it adds several highly requested features as well as a factory preset bank and improves USB reliability under Windows.
As we’ve added quite a few features and changed the way the USB communication works under Windows so we’re releasing it as a beta. We’re especially interested in hearing how it works for you if you’re using Windows.
New Features & Bug Fixes
- High quality resampling – now works at any sample rate!
- New preset browser added with patch/bank saving and loading.
- 39 factory presets included.
- Tuning shows percentage while tuning.
- Improved multi FX sound quality with lower CPU usage.
- LFO/Env modulation destinations show value whilst dragging with adjusted gearing for finer control.
- LFO/Env modulation destinations can now be assigned by right clicking.
- Pitch wheel mapped by default.
- Improved USB reliability under Windows.
Sound Demo Of Some Patches
More information here: WS-Audio
Available here: Trueno Synthesizer