Minisynth Series
by Acrobatics
4.0 / 5     (12 votes)
The Minisynth series collection consist of 3 instruments: FRET, GRIT and PEAK.

As an overall concept, Acrobatics simplified controls and packed implementations to the highest grade to push-up users creativity first and give steady look and maximum usability to the three polyphonic synthesizers. A reasonable set of sounds for each synth is included.
  • FRET is an accurate reproduction of phase modulation synthesizers of the eighties: reproduces pianos, basses, organs and bells patches with ease, and it can explore wild and spacey atmos using alternative programming.
  • GRIT is voted to pulses, PWM and organ-like sounds: uses a proprietary mix of phase distortion principles in order to produce its sounds. It is the dirty of the family, watch out for massive aliasing and punchness.
  • PEAK is the analogue baby of the lot. Classic acid and house tones are at hand. Here the LFO addresses pitch of a clean square or sawtooth waveform with typical Minisynth series advanced modulation extras.
Common look and feel and standardized location of knobs and switches goes in the direction of helping musician when in a busy musical work, when he/she certainly requires instant access to basic synthesis controls and settings to fit in the mix. The Minisynth series collection is also suitable for educational purposes for its separate interpretations of most important synthesis methods and applications.
Oha Apr 10 2022
(4 / 5)
Apr 10 2022
Too bad. I would like to have it, but my Ableton takes only 64bit software. Perhaps you can add this later here?
Dumitru) Jan 16 2021
(5 / 5)
Jan 16 2021
If you are looking for an electric piano, the FRET series can help you with this situation. The sound, although not the best, is stable, without unnecessary ... (clicks) In addition, all this is easy to process to your taste ... Add phase, overdrive, chorus, etc. I think other versions are no worse, but this already depends on what you write. P.S. In my situation, two vinyls worked well: one from iZotope and one from tonebytes. ))) Experiment...
Roberto Oliveira May 15 2020
(4 / 5)
May 15 2020
Appearances can be deceiving. Although they look like toy keyboards, they sound much better than you can imagine. Worth downloading.
Good stuff Feb 20 2016
(5 / 5)
Feb 20 2016
These look like toys, but sound really good!
Frankie Dec 15 2013
(5 / 5)
Dec 15 2013
These are great little synths.
Fencerbot Apr 15 2013
(4 / 5)
Apr 15 2013
plasma1 Dec 22 2012
(5 / 5)
Dec 22 2012
Nice Synths! I can recommend Peak being the best of all of them.