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64bit Mac AU / WIN VST3

Soft Glow Organ is a Rompler that uses samples from a 1960s electric organ and synthesizer-style controls to produce warm sounds with modern effects.
Sample (from my grandparent's vintage home organ) plays on note press. 3 voices, amplifier envelope, filter envelope, hp/lp filters, reverb, boost (which can be chained after the filters), LFO (tempo-synced) which can be sent to the sample pitch (vibrato), filter pitch, and pan, mixer with an assignable volume knob, and a panel of extra controls (including mod wheel and a fine tuner) hidden under the reverb controls.

(includes both Mac and Windows versions)

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Analog Modeling Synthesizer

Lurker Beats (formerly SynthIV) has released the ANA-1000 Analog Modeling Synthesizer (v1.0).  This simple, but effective instrument plugin allows for a variety of sounds, ranging from heavy basses, screaming leads, to warm and wavy pads.  It is available for Mac (AU) and Windows (VST3) in 64bit format.  




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SynthIV x Lurker Beats
v1.2 - Released 3/19/19

+{Windows 64bit vst3, MAC AU}+



The star of the Antifreeze Synthesizer is the Pitch LFO.  Use it to create sparkling pads and video game style sound effects.  Features 2 oscillators, an amplifier envelope, a filter, a delay, tempo-sync, and much more.  This is a collaboration between SynthIV and Lurker Beats 


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Windows 32bit VST

Yamaha PSS-370 sound-alike; Synthesizer with 'circuit bent' controls added.  80's fm synth.










v3.0 Windows 32bit VST

Chord Organ inspired by the Baldwin Fun Machine.  One key plays 4 notes to make a chord, chosen by the selector on the left.  Unique effects such as the Octivator add extra flavor to your organ sounds.















Soft Glow Organ
Windows 32bit VST
Organ Rompler; samples from a 40+ year old home organ with modulation and effects.














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