by MaxSynths
4.2 / 5     (6 votes)
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Galileo is a dual osc subtractive synthesizer.

I used this synth in a lot of my songs for years and I'm very happy with it. I've decided to release it for free, maybe someone can find it useful. The instrument is far away from being perfect and probably will stay forever as is: I have programmed Galileo for satisfy my needs for some projects and I think I will never put my hands on it again. The GUI has been redisigned for this public release and feature some control elements by Vera Kinter.

A note about the arpeggiators and patch programming: to use only ARP1 use the selector under it and select "1". For use only ARP2 select "2". To use both apeggiators select "3". To turn off the arpeggiators select "1" in the selector and set the arpeggiator 1 to "OFF". If the synth doesn't sound check if the "TCh" (transpose channel for arpeggiators) has a different value other than 1.
Redeen May 01 2021
(5 / 5)
May 01 2021
This synth is fun to play. I want to call attention to the (dual!) arpeggiator section which allows for some unique effects by adjusting tempo (beat) and gate (note duration). It's worth installing just to mess with the arps, but it also has a somewhat warmer sound than most and is pretty intuitive to use.
Mrmomoto Apr 22 2020
Apr 22 2020
Can't get this awesome synth to show up in Reaper? Anybody?
alb May 09 2020
May 09 2020
No, doesn't show up in mine either. Dragging and dropping doesn't work either. I can get it working in VSTHost which is a bit more tolerant of Snthedit created VSTs.
Kintozero Jun 30 2020
Jun 30 2020
What if you guys run it through a bridging plugin like jbridge?