Yofiel is redeveloping its audio applications for native Macintosh and Windows operating systems, which are required for its AV multimedia products. The standalone audio versions are available for free.
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 now available for free download in Windows 32/64, Mac OS X, and open-source Cycling'74 Max 7 code.
Godel is the first in Yofiel's metamusic series of synthesizer designs. Future instruments will contain subsets and supersets of the Godel controls. This section now describes all of Godel 3's main panel controls in detail, and in the future will be expanded to note which are available in which instrument instance.
This is a top-level view of the Max patch to create the SVF filter gain compensation. It samples 300 SVF filters simultaneiously, reducing the time to complete table completion from 14 days to an hour.
Godel 3 for Ableton Live is now available for free. It fixes the Godel2 'no sound issue'; it is up to double the performance of Godel 2, uses less memory, and loads quickly; it adds 37 custom oscillator waveforms with variable shape and custom anti-aliasing, feeding an enhanced SVF with 5-dimensional gain compensation.
Here is a quick demo from a half-hour midnight session that shows what it can do.
People have been waiting patiently for this update, so here is a quick demo of the new oscillators in Gödel 3. Please excuse that it's not really a finished piece of music, it was made in less than half an hour after a long day of software innards.
Godel 2 for the Macintosh and Windows is now available for free. It is up to double the performance of the beta, includes antialiased oscillators, adds a preset sequencer, sports a more compact user interface, and fixes all known bugs.