Msixty7 RAST-A 2.0 is a new Oberheim inspired virtual analog Synthesizer plugin that runs in the Steinberg HALion Sampler
If you report about a new synthesizer based on Steinberg’s HALion sampler, the sample alarm bells go off. But not here. RAST-A 2.0 is a new Synthesizer created by the company Msixty7. It is a 6-voice virtual instrument modeled after a classic, polyphonic, ’80s analog synthesizer by Oberheim (OB-X, OB-8…). According to the developer, it’s not an emulation but a homage to the legendary voltage-controlled synthesizers of the 1980s.
It not only models the musical influence of individual hardware components on the sound but also simulates the temperature drift of VCOs. Combined with a classic modeled filter, you get all the tools to bring back the vibrant sound that we all loved so much.
New In RAST-A 2.0
Msixty7 has today released a free 2.0 update for the RASTA-A Synthesizer with major new features.
- 52 new Presets.
- The filter envelope can now be used for pitch modulation.
- In addition to the standard vintage filter from RAST-A, high and band pass has been added.
- The filters can be switch from 12dB to 24dB.
- The effect of the filter envelope on the filter can be inverted.
Msixty7 RAST-A 2.0 is available now for an introductory price of 35.99€ (40% OFF) including German VAT until August 31st, 2020. The update is free for owners of RAST-A. It requires HALion, HALion Sonic, or HALion Sonic SE.
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