Full Bucket Fury 800 upadated v2.2.0 (Free)

Discussion in 'Software News' started by Olymoon, Nov 11, 2020.

  1. Olymoon

    Olymoon MODERATOR Staff Member

    Jan 31, 2012
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    The Fury-800 is a software instrument for Microsoft Windows 10 (VST) and Apple macOS (VST/AU) simulating the KORG Poly-800 polyphonic synthesizer from 1983. It is written in native C++ code for high performance even on "lighter" systems. Main features are:


    • Two band-limited DCOs with individual envelope generators
    • Two waveforms with additive harmonics (16', 8', 4', 2')
    • Single (paraphonic) lowpass VCF and Noise
    • On-board sequencer and Chord Memory
    • Pseudo-stereo Chorus effect
    • Tweaks:
      • Up to 64 voices polyphony with Velocity
      • "God Mode" for real polyphony
      • Continuous parameter values and direct access
    • Resizable user interface (not "N" version!)
    • MIDI Learn – all parameters can be controlled by MIDI CC
    • Plug-in supports Windows and macOS (32 bit and 64 bit)
    New in this version:
    * added tape data import dialog
    * fixed note scheduling
    * fixed Key Assign buttons (N version)

    More infos and download here:
  3. SineWave

    SineWave Audiosexual

    Sep 4, 2011
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    Where the sun doesn't shine.
    That guy should be given a medal for giving away so many nicely sounding, and nicely coded VSTs for free. :wink:

    However, the sound of his VSTs is kinda average, nothing spectacular. It shows especially in the mix, just like Arturia's. Never judge a synth by listening to just a dozen of patches alone.

    Having said that, I owned Poly-800 and thought it was the saddest, toyish looking pile of plastic crap I've ever bought. Thin sounding, hard to program with those shitty plastic buttons. But what you must keep in mind is that I had Jupiter-4, PPG 2.3, Matrix-6, Juno-106, 808, SH-101, Delta, D-20, 303... can't even remember them all, but I always bring up Jupiter-4 because it was the fattest synth, literally and sound-wise, I've ever had, seconded by Matrix and Juno. I also thought 303 was crap, so never used it, only as a toy. If I could somehow bring back some of the analogues I sold, Jupiter-4 and Matrix-6 would be the ones.

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