Fantasize is a sampler generator which can load SoundFont (SF2 format) instruments/drumkits collections, designed for creating music on your VST Host. High quality sample-playback engine, make FANTASIZE the perfect choice for sample composers.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:33
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Unix
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Description: Fantasize SF2 player is a sample generator that works with the SoundFont2 collection (SF2), designed for creating music on your VST Host.
# Load SoundFont - This button is located in the middle of the interface. Click it and select a SoundFont2 instruments/drumkits bank file to load (*.SF2).
# Bank - Here you can set the patch (instrument) number in the SoundFont collection to be played by the generator.
# Preset Number - Here you can set the preset number in the SoundFont collection to be used by Fantasize.
# Instrument - Shows the name of the selected instrument. Click this area to see a full list with instruments/drumkits available in the currently loaded SoundFont collection.
# LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator): Modulation Depth, Frequency & Offset.
# ADSR envelope generator with Attack, Sustain, Decay and Release parameters and several modulation targets.
# Distortion Unit: A wave distortion effect which maps input to output values using flexible spline-based graph. Distorts the input depending on a transfer function you draw by dragging the control points with your mouse.
# MIDI Channel selector and Master Volume control.
# On-screen MIDI keyboard that can be played with the mouse, or keyboard (Q is Middle-C, Z two Octaves lower) The 'T' on the left of the keyboard sets Toggle Mode where each key stays held until you click it a second time.
# GLIDE control: affects pitch transitions.
# MIDI Automation: MIDI Continuous Controllers (MIDI CC) are recognized and affect 15 parameters.