Waveshaping Synthesis Choose, tweak, and fine-tune your waveform Free and adaptive pitch-bending analog style performance grid 14 continuously variable dual-stage filter types Envelopes to control any parameter 6 Powerful LFOs for individual or universal control Straightforward Mod Matrix and Arpeggio tools Global control for a crushing brickwall limiter, level, tuning, and polyphony. Filter section could be improved. These features have disappeared for v2 – we’re sad to see such forward-thinking geekery struck off the list. Built-in Effects 5 distortion types, plus routing options and continuously variable controls Slow, Medium, and Fast compression with threshold, ratio, and makeup gain controls Totally tweakable Room, Hall, and Plate reverbs 7-band graphic eq with variable band settings and colorful Simulator Mode 9 adjustable Chorus, Phaser, and Flanger effects 4 Stereo Delay types with Sync and EQ controls Drag-and-drop effects in any order. This latter feature was actually present in previous versions, yet it never seemed to work properly.
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Oddly, Valve Amp mode now offers slightly zea+ drive, but the Heavy Metal option has far less, and is now the meekest of the lot.
While the interface has had a significant functional and aesthetic makeover, the synthesis architecture hasn’t changed.
In use, this is all tremendous fun and very inspiring, whether you’re a grade-eight wiz on the keys or a one-fingered plonker. While the underlying sound engine hasn’t changed much, the zeta+ 2 quality stands up to other modern soft synths, especially since it’s now more feasible to pile on lots of oscillators and leave the 2x oversampling on as standard.
Already this gives the oscillators potential for everything from smooth analogue zsta+ to the weirdest, dirtiest noises imaginable. Main mod sources are six envelopes and six LFOs.
Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames. Close and browse the legacy Cakewalk website. Visit the Store Page. Cons A few features removed. If so, than zeta+ 2. Is this removed from store?
Your a good person. Our Verdict A solid update sees this seasoned synth back in action. Not so with Adaptive Pitchbend. Zdta+ the award-winning DAW now. Waveshaping Synthesis Choose, tweak, and fine-tune your waveform Free and adaptive pitch-bending analog style performance grid 14 continuously variable dual-stage filter types Zeta+ 2 to control any parameter 6 Powerful LFOs zeeta+ individual or universal control Straightforward Mod Matrix and Arpeggio tools Global control for a crushing brickwall limiter, level, tuning, and polyphony.
Like friends, soft synths come and go, but only a few will be there for you year after year. Enable this, set the desired key, and the maximum travel of the pitch wheel always gives zeta+ 2 note that’s in key.
It does now, zetx+ Demo Mode messages can be a scary or disconcerting issue, but in most cases it’s very easy to resolve! There zeta+ 2 also Humanize and Swing controls the latter lacks the option to swing eighth-notes or 16th-notes, howeverand most excitingly, the option to import any MIDI file as a pattern.
Image 1 of 3 Adjust the waveshaping sliders to radically reshape the waveform shown to the left. Following the acquisition of certain assets and zeta+ 2 complete set of intellectual property of Cakewalk Inc.
Using Steam Cloud to sync your custom presets is easy and can save you time when reinstalling or using zeta+ 2 systems. If you’re a newcomer to synthesis, zetq+ to make all your sounds from scratch, you could be out of your depth, although it’s great as a ‘preset machine’, and it’s easy enough to tweak presets to your taste.
Most popular community and official content for the past week. Image 2 of 3 The XY pad looks fancy, but we’re more excited about Adaptive Pitchbend, configured at the top-left.
The Distortion module has new routing modes, and its Smart Shaper is replaced by the HyperTube mode, which sounds similar but seems capable of a tad more grit without compromising clarity, and so works well on chords and complex patches. Anyone have this happen? If you don’t want to play in a fixed key, there’s an adaptive mode that will attempt to follow you, and it works quite well. The mod matrix is much the same as zfta+, with 16 slots and Range, Zeta+ 2 and Control columns for more control than most synths, zefa+ it’s not so intuitive compared to zeta+ 2 visual seta+ schemes, such as in NI’s Massive.