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String Theory is a delay based, physical modeling synth capable of a wide range of plucked strings, atmospheric pads and ambiences, and hybrid synth sounds. String Theory also offers dual phrase arpeggiators. Each arpeggiator has its own speed, gate, and octave controls; which allows for far more complex patterns than the average arpeggiator.
String Theory features:
String Theory is available for PC only.
String Theory is the 4th synth in Ugo's line of free softsynths, which includes Motion 2.6, ReZ 1.3 and Texture 1.0.
For more information, visit their web site at www.cortidesign.com/ugo