Fantasize SoundFont (SF2) Player VSTi Software by Syntheway (Use

March 11, 2016  |  By  | 

Category: Music, Computer, Technology, Entertainment, Hobby

Fantasize Fantasize is an integrated sampler instrument to play SoundFont v2.x files in .sf2 format. Features Parameters Load SoundFont - This button is located in the center of the interface. Click it and select a SoundFont2 instruments/drumkits bank file to load (*.SF2). Bank - Here you can set the patch (instrument) number in the SoundFont collection to be played by the generator. Preset Number - Here you can set the preset number in the SoundFont collection to be used by Fantasize. Instrument - Shows the name of the selected instrument. Click this area to see a full list with instruments/drumkits available in the currently loaded SoundFont collection. Sections LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator): Modulation Depth, Frequency & Offset. ADSR envelope generator with Attack, Sustain, Decay and Release parameters and several modulation targets. Distortion Unit: A wave distortion effect which maps input to output values using flexible spline-based graph. Distorts the input depending on a transfer function you draw by dragging the control points with your mouse. MIDI Channel selector and Master Volume control. Delay Effect Built-in: Feedback amount & Modulation knobs. Reverb Effect Built-in: Customizable with user controls for: size room, width room, damping factor & mix. Signal's Harmonic Spectrum (Freq. analyzer) On-screen MIDI keyboard that can be played with the mouse, or keyboard (Q is Middle-C, Z two Octaves lower) The 'T' on the left of the keyboard sets Toggle Mode where each key stays held until you click it a second time. PORTAMENTO/GLIDE control: affects pitch transitions. A gliding effect that allows a sound to change pitch at a gradual rate, rather than abruptly, when a new key is pressed or MIDI note sent. When turned to the far left, there are no pitch transitions - new notes immediately play at their "correct" pitch. If turned to the right, the glide time increases - new notes are triggered at the pitch of the previous note, and then gradually glide to the pitch of the played note, quickly or slowly, depending on the setting of this knob. MIDI Automation

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