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FabFilter has released version 2.01 of FabFilter One, addressing some minor problems. Originally released three months ago as a VST plug-in and standalong app for Windows, FabFilter One is a monophonic lead synthesizer that realizes the best possible sound.
FabFilter's philosophy is that musicians do not need more features, they need better sound. This approach has resulted in a solid-sounding oscillator and a self-resonating cut-off filter that has been tuned to achieve the character and warmth of a classic analog synthesizer.
Smart parameter interpolation algorithms ensure that FabFilter One responds immediately to parameter changes while keeping transitions smooth, even with MIDI controller changes.
FabFilter One 2.01 is now available for $79 (US) as a VST plug-in and stand-alone version for Windows.
FabFilter is currently working on version 3 of FabFilter One, which will feature velocity sensitivity and a 16-voice polyphony mode in addition to the current monophonic behavior. This version will be available both as a Windows VST plug-in and as an Audio Units plug-in for Mac OS X. The release is scheduled for August this year.
For more information, visit their web site at www.fabfilter.com