Plogue Chipsynth OPS7 [WiN]

Publisher: Plogue
Product: Chipsynth OPS7
Version: 1.007-R2R
Format: AAX works in legit ProTools with latest R2R ARIA Engine release
Requirements: You need R2R ARIA Engine release
  • Publisher: Plogue
  • Product: Chipsynth OPS7
  • Version: 1.007-R2R
  • Format: AAX works in legit ProTools with latest R2R ARIA Engine release
  • Requirements: You need R2R ARIA Engine release

Famous 80s FM synth
It’s loud! It’s brash! It’s digital! It’s the edgy sound of Yamaha’s 6-op FM synths, now perfectly emulated by chipsynth OPS7 in a convenient plugin format! Let it take over your tracks as it took over the airwaves with a storm in 1983. Open the flood gates to a deluge of crisp bass sounds, crystalline bells, soothing electric pianos, and sharp rhythmic clavichords. You will unleash vast FM landscapes in mere seconds, thanks to the dual-layer system seen only in the most expensive FM keyboards – the Yamaha DX1 and DX5 – giving your music a big, full, lush studio sound!

In addition to a full set of effects, we’ve given chipsynth OPS7 a game-changing dynamic patch editing system, making FM patch creation easier than ever and removing any need for cumbersome algorithm diagrams. In extended mode, you can also use waveforms from the TX81Z, SY77 and OPL3. But perhaps you want to load-in one of the thousands of available original Yamaha DX series 6-op patch banks instead? We’ve got you covered, with full SysEx bank file support and full hardware SysEx interfacing.

CHIPSYNTH OPS7

In terms of emulation, Plogue goes all-in: by exactly matching the digitally captured output of the original EGS and OPS chips, we’ve recreated every nugget of sound from the original keyboard. This includes exact envelope stepping patterns that vary note-to-note, every facet of the convoluted pitch calculation, and absolutely identical operator math for each algorithm down to the bit. The analog side of the original keyboards and modules is also recreated with lavish attention to detail: you want the unique crunchiness of the original DAC? We got it down to its insane compander and the full analog filtering section. Guaranteed 100% free of any samples!

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