New Sylenth1 update promises a revamped and improved audio engine
The brand new Sylenth1 update introduces some new features, a variety of improvements and a host of bug fixes.
The new Sylenth1 update introduces a bunch of new features, most notable of which is probably the improved audio engine. The new Sylenth1 update improves the sound quality of the oscillators by reducing the aliasing and improves the response and sound quality of the filters. In subtractive synthesis, these are arguably the most important aspects in the signal chain, so improvements in those departments is always welcome.
The code in the latest Sylenth1 update has also been further optimized, to both improve CPU performance and allow for optional oversampling in real-time or when rendering to audio. Lennar Digital have also extended the number of host-automatable parameters within the plugin, now you have full control over almost every switch and setting, directly from your DAW’s automation lane.
An exciting new feature in the latest Sylenth1 update is the ability to lock any of the plugin’s parameters, so for example you want some of your parameters to maintain their values when you cycle presets – well, you can do that now.
A whole new look and feel…
The new Sylenth1 update also introduces a master tuning frequency adjustment, and improvements to the overall pitch-accuracy of the plugin. There is also now a swing parameter in the Arpeggiator section, allowing you to dial in some groove from directly within the plugin.
The update also introduces a new skin, called the “Nitro Skin” by designer Scott Kane. There’s also a variety of cross-platform bugs between Linux and Mac OS which seemed to have been ironed out, and improved memory and CPU performance overall. The update is also fully backwards compatible, so presets will load in the new version.
For the latest Sylenth1 update owners can download at the Lennar Digital website here.