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ConcreteFX has released Unison and Micron, the commercial versions of their free synth Ensembler. Unison and Micron, the less computationally intensive version of Unison, are available for $70/60Euro/£40 and for an initial period will come free with the synths Adder and Digital as well.
Unison is a 6 oscillator subtractive synth which uses modelled analog waveforms and additive waves to create a wide range of different sounds, from pads and sequences to basses and lead synths.
For more information, visit their web site at www.concretefx.com