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Matt Tytel Helm v0.9.0 x32 x64 VST VST3 AU WiN MAC LiNUX [FREE] screenshot
FREE | 21 September 2022 | 61 MB
Helm runs in GNU/Linux, Mac OSX and Windows. Run Helm as a standalone synthesizer or as an LV2, VST, VST3 or AU plugin. Comes in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions

• 32 voice polyphony
• Interactive visual interface
• Powerful modulation system with live visual feedback
• Dual oscillators with cross modulation and up to 15 unison oscillators each
• Sub oscillator with shuffle waveshaping
• Oscillator feedback and saturation for waveshaping
• 12 different waveforms
• Blending between 12 or 24dB low/band/high pass filter
• Low/Band/High Shelf filters
• 2 monophonic and 1 polyphonic LFO
• Step sequencer
• Lots of modulation sources including polyphonic aftertouch
• Simple arpeggiator
• Effects: Formant filter, stutter, delay, distortion, reverb

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No options in the Windows installer for types of plugins.

This install both 64 and 32 bit, does not read from registry where existing VST directories are and installs both VST2 and VST3.

Does not follow normal convention of installing to 'Vendor\Product' folder and instead installs to simply "Helm".

I don't know how much work in creating the installer with options for these things, but most installers ... even free ones... do this properly.
  Resident 24.07.2019 14 588
I also hate installers that do this. I use the install monitoring function in Revo uninstaller to install software and that means that if I move any of the installed files afterwards, they don't get removed when I uninstall the software. I don't get why so many devs create installers that just place the .vst3 files in Common Files\VST3, and not in a folder dedicated to that dev.

Surreal Machines' installers also just create folders for each of their plug-ins instead of just one for 'Surreal Machines'.

Other devs that just place the vst3 files in Common Files\VST3 are: Audio Assault, Auburn Sounds, ML Sound Labs, Spitfire Audio, LVC Audio, Baby Audio, Glitchmachines, Kirchoff EQ, Excite Audio, Xfer Audio, Apogee etc. Even Waves have started doing this.

Why can't they just give us the option for placing the plug-ins in a specific folder directly in the installer?
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3494
From the guy who made Vital. Helm is one really capable synth. I like it but I generally use u-he synths.

Linux version can be installed by dropping the plugin into the VST folder. I don't know why he made MSI installer for Windows version. MSIs suck.
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  Member 20.11.2018 14
The sound that can be heard in Helm video tutorial is the same dull and muddy one that Vital has. No surprise anyway ((

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