Oxe FM Synth
by Oxe Software
4.8 / 5     (10 votes)
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VST
Oxe FM Synth is a 8 operators frequency modulation synthesizer.
  • Multitimbral (16 MIDI channels).
  • 8 operators (6 oscillators, 1 noise generator/limiter, 1 filter), all with envelope.
  • 1 LFO per channel.
  • Frequency modulation half-matrix with self-modulation.
  • Global reverb and delay.
  • Great general performance in low resources systems.
  • A lot of good quality patches included.
  • External skin support.

 

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Alexander Oct 14 2020
(5 / 5)
Oct 14 2020
Never left a comment on a vst before but wow does this plugin have some great sounds.
Redeen Oct 03 2020
Oct 03 2020
Failed to launch in Carla under Ubuntu.
clavia Apr 29 2020
(5 / 5)
Apr 29 2020
This is one of my favorite synth. I have a computer i5 2.4ghz 4gb ram Windows 10 64bit and Cakewalk sometimes hangs on a lot of weighting vst. This synth weighs little and has beautiful piano's.
Digital Rules Nov 02 2019
(5 / 5)
Nov 02 2019
Brilliant FM synth!
Proteus Mar 19 2019
(5 / 5)
Mar 19 2019
This is an awesome quality synth. It can make many beautiful sounds including organic e-piano and rhodes sounds.
AM Nov 23 2018
(5 / 5)
Nov 23 2018
Brilliant FM synth. Very versatile.
Sean Oct 25 2018
Oct 25 2018
Very interesting and innovative.
Darko Oct 06 2018
(5 / 5)
Oct 06 2018
Brilliant synth.
Mato Jun 21 2018
(5 / 5)
Jun 21 2018
A superb sounding FM freebie!
VOCH Aug 25 2017
(5 / 5)
Aug 25 2017
This VST reminds me on Sytrus (FM Synth, the Matrix etc) and the presets are really good. If u know Sytrus this VST shouldt me a problem for u :)
Wowwow Mar 22 2016
(5 / 5)
Mar 22 2016
Insane. This is my new go to synth. Six waves and many effects, and with the delay you can make evolving sounds easily by having each wave start at different times. And I haven't even gotten into the modulation on the side, which can control each sound in so many ways. And with individual volume controls and velocity sensitivities you really can do so much. There's a slight learning curve if you're unfamiliar with FM synthesis, but once you understand it, the interface just makes sense, better than any other synth I've tried. And FM is so flexible and powerful. And lastly, the size is so tiny and uses almost no CPU compared to other synths I've tried. I could go on and on, but really this has now become my default free synth (replacing synth1, if you're curious). Give it a try and you'll likely agree with me. ;)
Veebee May 13 2015
(3 / 5)
May 13 2015
Great synth but is unstable in Renoise.