[ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

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[ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

Postby Audiojunkie » Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:30 pm

I didn't see this posted elsewhere, so I thought I'd share:

Matt Tytel (developer of Helm), is coming out with a new open source wavetable synth called, "Vital". See links below:

https://vital.audio/

https://twitter.com/matttytel/status/11 ... 02208?s=20

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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

Postby bluebell » Fri Jul 12, 2019 7:16 pm

I couldn't find where it's announced that it's Open Source.
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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

Postby Audiojunkie » Fri Jul 12, 2019 7:32 pm

From Matt's blog:

https://tytel.org/blog/

Feb 19, 2018
New Synth in the Works
I’m working on a new synth! The goal: create the most popular synthesizer in the world.. Not sure if that’s achievable, let alone measureable, but if I hit a million downloads I think I’ll call it a success.

So you want to hear about features. You’ll have to stay tuned for more blog posts then! I can tell you now that there are some analog modelled filters (ZDF, WTF? BBQ), interesting modulation capabilities and a very visual and animated UI (with low CPU usage).

And for those wondering, this new synth will be open-source and pay-what-you-want like just like Helm.
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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

Postby Audiojunkie » Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:30 pm

I just emailed Matt to get the word straight from him:

Yep!


Hi Matt,

Will Vital Synth, like Helm, be an open source project that supports Linux? Thank you in advance for your response!

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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

Postby bluebell » Sat Jul 13, 2019 9:18 am

Very cool.
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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

Postby occulkot » Wed Nov 20, 2019 7:54 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5YAEiOt3Ic - in case somebody didnt noticed

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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

Postby elcalen » Fri Nov 22, 2019 1:33 pm

Dang, even more hyped for this now... It's really cruel of them to keep teasing us like this. :P

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Re: [ANN] New Open Source Wavetable Synth: "Vital"

Postby Basslint » Sun Dec 08, 2019 3:50 pm

Matt Tytel deserves a lot of praise.

Not only for releasing high quality libre software, but also for setting the bar higher for everyone else and for selling his stuff, yes - libre software developers too need to feed themselves, and charging money for good products like Helm and Vital without compromising its licensing sends a strong message of self-respect to all libre software developers who don't do it as a hobby.
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