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Cherry Audio’s Memorymode Arrives

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They teased a Memorymoog a few days ago and… and it’s only $39?!

We didn’t think they were kidding, but this is an offer one can’t refuse.

Info from their site:

  • The Memorymoog was released in 1982. It had three oscillators with a mixer that overdrives gently when hit hard, along with a ladder filter.
  • This one was modeled on an instrument that belonged to Chick Corea.
  • Updated features include a tempo-synced arpeggiator and LFO; filter and amplitude velocity sensitivity; and a Drift control simulates the random instability of the original. It also has MPE support.

And this is cut/paste from their site.

  • Precisely recreated ladder filter with selectable 12- and 24-dB/octave slopes
  • Authentically modeled three oscillator voice architecture
  • Up to 16-voice polyphony
  • Over 600 presets, programmed by industry veterans
  • Expanded Voice Modulation section with up to six simultaneous destinations
  • Improved arpeggio section w/tempo sync
  • Drift control for increased analog realism
  • Tempo-syncable LFO
  • Detunable unison mode with up to 48 oscillators per key
  • Improved single-key chord memory mode
  • Modern button for beefy lows and crystalline highs
  • Highly optimized coding for high performance with ultra-low CPU load
  • Advanced one-clickUI magnification
  • Comprehensive MPE support
  • Studio-quality phaser, ensemble, delay with tempo sync, and reverb effects
  • Full MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls

Memorymodeis available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats.

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