Synlay
by Elena Design
3.8 / 5     (4 votes)
Synlay is a delay-based synthesizer capable of producing very diverse, original timbres and of high quality, from blown to orchestral sounds, from basses to plucked strings, from violins to brasses and synthetic sounds
  • 3 parallel, independent Tuned-Delay modules with feedback damping; 16 notes polyphony.
  • Autoscale-feedbacks-with-pitch option, for all notes to have the same release time.
  • Stereo noise source and true stereo processing, for naturally wide stereo sounds (no need to use ambience effects).
  • 100% click-free (no annoying tiny sawtooth-like pulses, unlike similar synthesizers) thanks to a special custom delay module coded by the author.
  • Special resonant multimode filter (up to 8 stages) for the noise source, with VEL/AT/KS/KF control.
  • Additional post-delays amplitude envelope.
  • Option to apply Pitch Bend to the upper note only.
  • Extensive Velocity and Aftertouch support.
  • Advanced polyphonic Glide support.
Note : this is a donationware using a nagscreen.
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Simeon vulnus Jul 18 2020
(5 / 5)
Jul 18 2020
Original and simple vst...thank you!
Anonymous Mar 18 2020
Mar 18 2020
Sounds similar to the VSTi called "Lord of the Springs"
Chris Mar 03 2020
(0 / 5)
Mar 03 2020
Nag, nag, nag...
H Feb 21 2020
(5 / 5)
Feb 21 2020
This type of synthesis can lead to amazing sounds.
Erisian Oct 05 2019
Oct 05 2019
Discovered this technique with Ugo Audio's M-Theory and found the idea intriguing. This has some great sounds. So far I have only run through the presets but I'm looking forward to experimenting more with it. It has a lot of potential.
okdj Sept 05 2019
Sept 05 2019
Nice plugin
returned Jun 22 2019
Jun 22 2019
You can remove the nag screen plugins from this free website and place your plug-ins on a shareware site to sell them, or just delete them from this website. Thanks. Some of us are developers too. @Elena design. You can place that nag screen info in the about me, and we can click it to see it. Then upload the plugin for better reviews. We are saying *No to Nags*