by Orchestools
4.0 / 5     (4 votes)
GENESYN 2 is a 32 step arpeggiator additive synthesizer.

It is a 4 generator synth to recreate old sounds and experiment with new. Comes with a library with more than 100 presets.

Create your leads, pads, synths and sound textures with a plethora of slider controls which can be MIDI learned or assigned to any Continuous Control on your hardware MIDI controllers.

Use the shaper to add distortion and modulators to create motion and add texture to your sound. Use compressor and effects to further tailor your sounds to your needs and taste.
Alano Feb 16 2022
(5 / 5)
Feb 16 2022
This is top notch! Low on cpu... good presets and cool arp and sequenced sounds! Worthy replacement for FM8. Thx!
ilir Feb 17 2022
Feb 17 2022
Thank you. A pleasure.
Alano Feb 17 2022
Feb 17 2022
I think you are the developer so I have to thank you! At the weekend, I will test other software from you, such as "OT PERC" and "PART " (sounds very cool in the video and also with a step sequencer). I'll post comments here again. By the way, I subscribed to your YouTube channel. If I have time, I will comment and like there as well. Greetings from little Switzerland!
ilir Feb 27 2022
Feb 27 2022
Thank you so much Alano fur your support and subscription on YT. Looking forward to your comments and reviews. Regards, Ilir
DrakuLaura Jan 23 2022
(5 / 5)
Jan 23 2022
Incredible trancy synth with old-school rave vibes. Great built-in presets, including arps and motion presets. The synth has advanced filters (BIQUAD REZ and MOOG LP, for example) - they modify the sound in the very interesting, crunchy manner. The synth is somewhat similar both to Surge XT freeware synth and old Albino commercial synth by Rob Papen.
ilir Mar 26 2022
Mar 26 2022
Thank you, glad you like it!
Mastartiq Jan 03 2022
(5 / 5)
Jan 03 2022
Amazing Open-Source synthesizer! Thank you for all the work, developer!
ilir Feb 17 2022
Feb 17 2022
A pleasure, glad you like it. :)
PSY-LION Jan 01 2022
(1 / 5)
Jan 01 2022
Tried it in FL Studio but only can see half of the UI, I'm not sure how to re-scale it...