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Software, Mac OSX
Togu Audio Line TAL-Pha v1.1.2 U2B Mac [MORiA] screenshot
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MORiA | AU | CLAP | VST | VST3 | 22.3 MB

TAL-Pha is an instrument plug-in that emulates the sound of the analog 80's synthesizer Alpha Juno II (MKS-50 is the rack version).

The plug-in produces the classic analog sound, combined with modern flexibility and many additional functions. The plug-in can read and convert sysex information from the hardware and can also be used as a controller.



FEATURES
Authentic emulation of the 80's hardware synthesizer.
Resonance boost for filter self-oscillation.
The possibility to detune, modulate, and sync the pulse part of the DCO.
Simple but powerful FX section with delay, reverb, and a bell-eq.
Arpeggiator with different modes.
Stereo UNISON mode with up to seven voices.
Aftertouch and MPE support.
Microtuning support (tun file import and MTS Client).
Original factory banks included.
More than 380 fresh presets by Electric Himalaya, The Unfinished, Saif Sameer, emptyvessel and TAL.
Individual tuning for every voice converts the synths DCO into a VCO.
Reads Sysex files and Sysex MIDI from the hardware device.
Can also control a hardware device. If enabled, it sends Sysex through the plug-in MIDI output (only possible when supported by the DAW).


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comments

  Member 24.11.2022 1 145
+97
That's crazy this can be used as a controller for the hardware. I just dropped some coin on an M4L controller.
  Member 11.01.2022 22
+3
since 1.1.1 they broke chorder - some voices are unaffected by the filter envelope if played fast
  Member 24.11.2022 1 145
+97
yeah, sysex messages can crash a DAW faster than an alcoholic in a stolen car. I don't know why the developers didn't make the controls regular CC data. Nice sounding hardware though, love my MKS.

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