If synth sound is your thing, you'll definitely want the GForce impOSCar Virtual Synth in your arsenal.In the '80s British pop scene a small niche synth company called OSC released a strange, musical ... Click To Read More About This Product
If synth sound is your thing, you'll definitely want the GForce impOSCar Virtual Synth in your arsenal.
In the '80s British pop scene a small niche synth company called OSC released a strange, musical little synthesizer called the Oscar. Only a total of 1,800 were made, but this enigmatic tone twister quickly became one of the most sought after instruments of the day and was an overnight success among hit makers of that time.
Now through the miracle of software, this impossible-to-find relic of the past has been brought back to life with stunning accuracy and additional features only possible now. There is literally no limit to the GForce impOSCar Virtual synth's style capabilities and yet each patch it can create is entirely musical and truly analog in sound.
This modeled synth version includes mono, duo, and 4 polyphonic modes. 2 oscillators with 13 waveforms give you lots of sound building blocks. Sculpt your sound with a programmable additive wave matrix, diverse filters, LFO with sync, and envelope generators. Several potent arpeggiators aid in music composition, an extensive effects section sweetens and deepens your sound, and 5 triggering modes give you lots of playing options. The GForce soft synth includes over 500 programs from some of the hottest programmers and sound designers around.
GForce includes PC VSTi, Mac VSTi and Audio Unit versions with the impOSCar Virtual Synth.
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Comments about GForce impOSCar Virtual Synth:
A perfect little synth. It doesn't try to be everything: only one LFO, only two osc's, and somewhat limited waveforms for them (though there's a pseudo-additive option for lots of additive-type, digital sounds). But what it does, it does very well, especially due to its filter--to my ear, I've never heard one better (well, the Virus's filter is awesome, but it's not quite as... big). CPU-light, low-cost... this is absolutely the biggest possible bang for the buck, if you're a musician who uses really synthy sounds (both digital-sounding and deep, analog-like sounds). One of my all-time favorite synths. This one is absolutely a classic.