SocaLabs Released Two Synthesizer Plugins Inspired By Retro Games

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SocaLabs continues the development of interesting plugins and released two new synthesizer plugins inspired by retro games. PAPU is a synth plugin that emulates the hardware of the iconic Nintendo Gameboy. Second new release is Commodore 64 SID that emulates the MOS technology of the best known Commodore 64. Both plugins are available for free and runs on PC and Mac. If you search some retro gaming sounds, than check out this new releases.

PAPU Synthesizer


  • Emulates hardware of Nintendo Gameboy
  • 2 Square wave channels
  • Sweeps on first square wave channel
  • 1 Noise channel
  • Waveform display
  • Stereo output
  • Windows VST 32/64
  • Mac AU 32/64

Commodore 64 SID 


  • Emulates MOS Technology SID of the Commodore 64
  • 3 Oscillators
  • 4 wave shapes: Square, Triangle, Saw, Noise
  • ADSR per oscillator
  • Ring modulation (replaces triangle output) and hard sync between oscillators
  • HP, BP, LP filters
  • Windows VST 32/64
  • Mac AU 32/64

More informations here: SocaLabs


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