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.

Godel 2
Godel 2

  • TheMacOsX version contains both 32-bit and 64-versions, and the download is~118MB.
  • TheWindows 7 (32-bit) version is~15MB.
  • theMax for Live plugin requires ownership of Live! and Max for Live, and is~300KB.


  • Top-quality audio
    • First audio instrument built entirely in gen~, for complete internal 64-bit operation
    • Custom antialiasing and 3x oversampling
    • More than 150 automation parameters
  • Two oscillators
    • Unique antialiasing with the newest technology
    • Adjustable waveform shape
    • FM, sync, and FM feedback
    • Graphical pitch tracking, graphical FM tracking, and wave display
  • 12/24-pole filter
    • Graphical pitch tracking
    • Mixed poles, variable saturation, and variable drive
  • Two LFOs
    • Adjustable waveform shape, and frequency
    • Polyphonic spread by frequency or amplitude
  • Two ADSR envelopes
    • Attack velocity sensitivity
    • Graphical gate velocity sensitivity
    • Pitch slope modulation
    • Single, multiple, and repeat modes
  • Modulation matrix
    • Six assignable polyphonic modulations with individual level control for each matrix selection
    • 21 sources
    • 37 destinations
  • Stereo effects
    • Phaser/flanger
    • High-quality chorus
    • Ping-pong tempo delay
    • Efficient reverb
    • Custom fast-response limiter
  • Keyboard
    • Direct, stored note, and pitch transposition modes
    • Multicolor display
    • Notes may be stored in the preset and recalled in the same order played
  • MIDI input
    • Note on/off, program change, mod wheel, pitch bend, volume, all notes off, all sounds off, and MTC start/96-clock/stop signals
  • Arpeggiator
    • Sequences notes in the order played, with adjustable rate
    • The arpeggio may either adjust to the number of notes on, or with fixed note count, allowing new notes to substitute into the arpeggio
    • Hold mode allows including multiple notes with the same pitch in the arpeggio
    • Notes are stored in the sequence played
    • Notes are fully polyphonic with adjustable duration (notes may overlap)
    • Keyboard input in direct mode may play along with the arpeggio
    • Adjustable rate, syncs with external clock
  • Chord generator
    • May add chord notes to directly played notes or arpeggiated notes
    • Adjustable velocity response and duration for each note in the chord adds realism
    • Pitch remapping to different keys with sophisticated note cache system to track note-off events even when remapping is changed while a note is on, for either direct notes, stored notes, or both
    • Arpeggiated chords may have variable and intervals and patterns
  • Auto Sequencer
    • Simple way to build long song sequences with minimal effort
    • Simply switches to next preset after the number of chosen bars, when enabled and clock is on
  • Custom voice allocator
    • Optimally assigns notes for best quality when CPU resources are low, with complex note age adjustment both for note on and note-off events
  • Presets and preset bank management
    • Loading and saving of external preset files
    • Single-click recall, save, and delete of 128 programs
    • Last session state restored when starting a new session
    • Text comments stored with each preset
  • Wide range of supported PC and Mac drivers:
    • PC: MME, DirectSound, ASIO, Rewire, Live
    • Mac: CoreAudio, Soundflower, Rewire, Live
    • Variable audio clock rate and I/O buffer sizes
    • Interrupt-level driver typically not required in new version)
  • Open component design
    • You may find in-depth documentation on prototypes of the design internals on this site

    Download and Installation

    Really there is no installation. Unzip the archive to any location and run the executable.


    Godel2 (Win32)

    Cost: $0.00

    Panel Reference

    Please see the articleMetamusic Panel Reference.