Bleep' / Free / Ad-Supported
Bleep' — is a free VSTi synthesizer plug-in for Windows which inspired by the sound of MOS Technology SID. At the same time Bleep' is not emulator of this chipset but only partially similar to its architecture.
- 3 oscillators with four waveforms: sawtooth, triangle, pulse (with PW) and noise
- Each oscillator has own detuner, ADSR envelope and multimode LP/BP/HP filter
- Multimode LFO synced with BPM and with Random mode
- Modulator Envelope Generator
- Pseudo arpeggiator
- Overall multimode filter
- Adjustable degrader
- Built-in preset manager with ability to patch name editing
In addition, VST automation and full MIDI Learning are supported.
Your computer must meet the following minimum requirements to run the Bleep':
- Intel or AMD Processor with at least of 500 MHz (1 GHz or higher are recommended);
- At least 512Mb of ram memory;
- Windows Operating System (Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista and Windows 7 are supported);
- Up to 10 Mb of free disk space;
- 1024x768 or higher screen with 16 bits or more colors;
- VST 2 compatible host.
08 apr 2012 — Bleep' 1.1 is released.
- New: Noise/Random selector for oscillators
- New: EG now supports 8 and 16 bit modes
- New: Overall adjustable degrader
- New: Added random mode for LFO
- Changed: Presets manager now have 96 items (32 new)
10 mar 2012 — Bleep' 1.0 is released.
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Bleep' has been tested and works fine in Steinberg Cubase, Cakewalk Sonar, Ableton Live, Image-Line FL Studio, Synapse Audio Orion and Cockos Reaper.
tags: Chiptune, 8bit, Commodore, Atari, POKEY, SID, Lo-Fi, C64, PSG, MOS technology, Sound Chip, VSTi, Plug-In, Synth, Freeware