Taqs.im SOLO Hybrid Synthesizer v1.1.4 macOS | VST AU
Welcome to SOLO by TAQSIM, a new virtual instrument that authentically recreates the sound of modern world music.
Whether it is quickly playing presets, tweaking sounds, setting up comprehensive modulations, or trying unique microtonal scales, SOLO is designed to be easy to use. We’ve partnered with musicians and producers from around the globe to include a library of authentic sounds to help you stand out from the crowd. If you want to explore more, you can import your own custom multi-samples into SOLO.
Hybrid Synth Architecture
SOLO’s hybrid 3 oscillator synth engine allows you to mix and match analog-style, phase distortion and sample-playback oscillators. This provides you the ultimate sonic flexibility to blend synthetic sounds with our organic wave sample set.
Then further sculpt your sound with the onboard Moog or Oberheim style -12db or -24db filter and loudness envelope.
Import Korg KMP, Soundfont & SFZ Sounds
If you more options, import your own custom Korg KMP, Soundfont, and SFZ samples into SOLO. This opens up a world of sonic options to play your custom samples through our oriental scale converter and synth engine.
Microtonal Makam Scales
Break free from the twelve-tone scale by dialing in world microtonal scales with an “oriental-style” scale converter. SOLO ships with a huge library of the most popular scales used throughout the middle-east and the world.
SOLO is a cross-platform virtual instrument and is supported both on PC and Mac in VST, AU and AAX formats. This is the only plugin of it’s kind that can be used in Cubase, Logic, Pro Tools, Ableton Live, FL Studio and more!
Modulate in the Matrix
The flexible modulation matrix allows you to use the 2 LFO’s and other controllers to drive parameters throughout the synthesizer.
Change the LFO type, rate, rate attack, depth, and depth attack to modulate the filter, oscillator, effects, and more!
Use the on-board studio-quality EQ, Distortion, Phaser, Delay and Reverb to shape your sound. These effects are designed to be used aggressively as you hear in a lot of popular world music – so slap on some distortion and delay and get to it!