Sound unique with Thales Model I, the only plugin that recreates the sound of early software synthesizers of the sixties. You heard it right, all the way through the sixties Bell's laboratories developed software synthesizers that were capable of producing an early form of sound synthesis: raw analog saw, unstable organ-like tones, almost clean sine waves and abstract soundscapes of white noise.

  With Thales Model I, you'll be able to play with the tones generated by early sixties computers!



Thales Model I features the tones generated by early sixties computer. The sounds have been sourced in public domain films, which means that they are not clean: tape noises and background hisses are part of the sound of this very special rompler. Because of this, Thales Model I's sound is reminiscent of the Mellotron and other tape-based keyboards of the sixties.

Features:

  • 27 sounds
  • 39 MB of samples (16-bit, 44.1kHz mono Wav files)
  • Multi-LFO
  • Room reverb
  • Highpass/Lowpass filter
  • Amplitude range controls
  • 3 voice modes: polyphonic, monophonic, and legato
  • Available as a VST/VST3/AU plugin for macOS and Windows
  • macOS Catalina version via the Maize Sample Player


Play with 27 selected tones unique to this plugin instrument!

Compatible with all DAWs! Except for Pro Tools!


Requirements:

  • Requires Windows 7/8/10 or macOS High Sierra/Mojave.
  • Not compatible with macOS Catalina and up.
  • Each sound consists of a single cycle 16-bit 44.1 kHz wave file.
  • Compatible with the most popular DAWs on the market: Ableton Live, Cockos Reaper, Steinberg Cubase, FL Studio, Traktion, Mixcraft, Sony Acid, Presonus Studio One, Cakewalk Sonar, and Apple's Logic Pro. 

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