Synthcore 2 is one of the most powerful analog emulation synthesizers ever made, based on features from the OSCAR and Waldorf Q (both of which, as you may know, were discontinued because they were too expensive to build in hardware). The monophonic version is available for free download in Windows 32/64, Mac OS X, and open-source Cycling'74 Max 7 code.
A simple monophonic patch demonstrating the Yofiel synthesizer core. The single gen~ object's CPU utilization is extremely low, even though no sacrifices were made for quality. It is typically 0.6% on a 4GHz Windows machine, and built-in dynamic CPU throttling drops usage to near zero when not outputting audio.
The following video demonstrates some of the synthcore sounds.
In efforts to increase sales in the last year, NRA has started using the hate-rhetoric techniques developed by Hitler which, in accordance with research on cognitive dissonance, has caused rapid increases in pro-violent peer pressure appearing on social media, inclining and inciting to terrorism. A study of 400 Tea Party members found half of them already ready to shoot children merely for stealing apples off an apple tree in the back yard. Intense social pressure to support killing and violence creates a ripe picking ground for those seeking to recruit or persuade malcontents to terrorism.
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