Sampleson Push, Free One Button Synthesizer Plugin For PC & Mac

Sampleson Push is a free subtractive Synthesizer plugin for PC & Mac that allows you to create new usable sounds with one click.

That sounds tempting: building sounds with synthesis knowledge automatically. Often, the results of such random features are rather unusable. But according to the developers, they have built-in an engine that follows a sound-design logic to get the most of the results to be usable as a patch.

A good decision is that all the randomized parameters are accessible via the edit current. Here you can find a pretty basic polyphonic subtractive synth with 2 oscillators, 4 filter types, 2 ADSR envelopes, 2 LFOs, and several effect processors.

Sampleson Push

The plugin offers two way to work: either you use the push button (random) feature or use the initial patch to tweak each sound into a new.

Resulting patches and banks can be exported and shared without limits. Just click on “Open/Save” then “More” and “Export Bank” to get a shareable file.

Sampleson Push

Features

  • Polyphonic subtractive synthesizer.
  • 2 oscillators with 5 waveforms
  • 6 unison voices
  • 4 filter types
  • 2 LFOs
  • 2 ADSR envelopes (amp & filter)
  • effect section
  • just 35 MB
  • scalable HD interface
  • macOS Catatalina ready
  • easy install, no extra purchases needed (like Kontakt, UVI, etc) or any other 3rd. party player.
  • Win 32/64 bits and Mac VST/AU/Standalone versions included
  • No online activation required.

Sampleson Push is available now as a free download for PC & Mac from the official website.

More information here: Sampleson

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2 Comments

  1. Really clever!
    Doesn’t sound too bad either. And it’s pretty light on the CPU/DSP, unless you do something weird with the arp.
    Curious if there’s a deeper strategy behind this, apart from leading people to the SampleSon site. The preset folder is next to a folder for “Expansions”. Maybe this will become the basis for a more extensive synth engine, with people creating paid patches? Or it’s just an effect of using the same development infrastructure for different synths/ROMplers.

    Thanks for letting us know!

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