pg-8x

by Martin Lüder
by Daniel Strongin





pg-8x is a VST instrument plug-in, inspired by the JX-8P. The GUI is modelled after the pg-800, which is the external editor for the JX-8P. pg-8x is patch-compatible to the hardware, which means that JX-8P SysEx files are accepted.

Features:

  • 6-12 voice polyphony.
  • Two DCOs with Saw, Square, Pulse, Noise.
  • Hard Sync and Ring Modulation.
  • Two exponential envelop generators.
  • 24 dB resonant LP filter.
  • HP filter (3 stages).
  • Stereo Chorus.

Technical information:

  • Native C++ code.
  • SSE2 code.
  • up to 4 x 16-fold oversampled oscillator.
  • 4-fold oversampled filter.
  • Custom voice allocation.
  • 6 Key assignment modes:
    • Poly (re-assignment of voices).
    • Poly2 (round robin).
    • Unison (two voices in unison).
    • Unison2 (second voice shifted by 1 octave).
    • Mono.
    • Mono2 (all voices in unison).
  • MIDI Learn: MIDI Controllers can be assigned by right-clicking on the slider.
  • Automatic adjustment of samplerate.

Latest Versions:

Mac: 2.0.13
PC: 2.0.13


FREE DOWNLOAD 64 BIT

FREE DOWNLOAD 64 BIT



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Daniel Strongin
San Francisco

Daniel is a caffeine dependent, entrepreneur, music producer, sound design junkie, and world traveler crazy about teaching modern electronic music production through his site SoundShock. You can get in contact with him at daniel@soundshockaudio.com


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