Download Sonic Charge MicroTonic VSTi v2.0.1 serial by H2O

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                            SUPPLIER : TEAM H2O   
                          PROTECTION : SERIAL       
                                SIZE : 02 * 4,77MB     
                                DATE : 12-02-05 

    The ┴Tonic is  a VST-compatible plug-in  featuring a powerful  drum and  
    percussion  synthesizer  combined  with a  pattern  based  drum machine  
    engine. You  can use  it as  a conventional  sound module  to play drum  
    sounds from your MIDI keyboard or  sequencer, or you can use the  built  
    -in pattern engine to play drum patterns in sync with your sequencer.*  
    In  the  ┴Tonic,  a  single universal  sound  architecture  is  used to  
    simulate a wide variety of sounds. The parameters and the configuration  
    of this architecture  has been carefully  chosen to be  as versatile as  
    possible while still keeping the ┴Tonic simple and straightforward.  
    The sound of the ┴Tonic is 100% synthetic and rendered in real-time. No  
    samples or  pre-rendered waveforms  are used.  This means  that you can  
    modify the sound  in real-time with  instantaneous response by  turning  
    and dragging the knobs and faders of the ┴Tonic. If your host  supports  
    parameter automation, you can record all parameter changes in your host  
    sequencer for later playback with high accuracy.  
    Much work  has been  put into  achieving optimal  sound quality for the  
    ┴Tonic. There are  virtually no compromises  to the sound  it produces.  
    The oscillators are  "over-sampled" and produce  a clean sound  without  
    distortion  or  "aliasing"  even  at  extreme  frequency  settings. The  
    filters  and  equalizers  have  a  full  frequency  response  range and  
    parameter  changes  are  smooth  and  responsive.  In  fact,  the sound  
    synthesis in the  ┴Tonic is based  on a new  proprietary technique that  
    eliminates   the  need   for  any   low-resolution  approximations   or  
    quantization. (This technique also  gives all parameters a  practically  
    unlimited resolution.)  
    Furthermore, the triggering of drums is sample-accurate** and  envelope  
    generators and  modulators work  at highest  possible rate  to give the  
    sound a distinct sharpness. The ┴Tonic works in any sample rate of your  
    choice. In short, the ┴Tonic delivers a quality that sets the  standard  
    for how synthetic drums and percussions should sound.  
    Finally, the  ┴Tonic is  designed to  be user-friendly.  To the maximum  
    possible extent, it supports  user-friendly features you are  custom to  
    such  as  context menus  and  popup hints.  It  also offers  plenty  of  
    convenient options for editing and managing your sounds and rhythms.  
    Major new features in ┴Tonic 2.0 
    ≥ There is an alternative  version of the ┴Tonic with  separate outputs  
    for each drum channel ("MicroTonicVSTMulti").   
    ≥ The ┴Tonic features built-in  support for MIDI controllers with  easy  
    -to-use on-screen editing  and "MIDI learn".  A MIDI controller  can be  
    assigned to a parameter in a  specific drum channel, or if you  prefer,  
    to edit the currently selected drum channel. Once you have created your  
    assignments you can save and load them.   
    ≥ The program  and drum patch  file browsers feature  direct previewing  
    within the  browsers. You  can preview  programs and  patterns in their  
    original tempo or synchronized to  the music you are playing.  Programs  
    and  individual drum  patches can  be previewed  and compared  directly  
    without leaving the browser.   
    ≥ There  is a  "pitched MIDI  mode" which  allows you  to actually play  
    melodies with the drum patches on your keyboard. In "pitched mode", the  
    eight drum channels  are addressed with  MIDI channels 1  to 8 and  you  
    have the  entire keyboard  for each  channel. C3  (note number 60) will  
    play the  "original pitch".  This opens  up new  possibilities when you  
    will  be able  to use  the ┴Tonic  not only  for drums,  but also  for  
    melodies and bass lines. (Disclaimer: the ┴Tonic will of course  remain  
    a drum synthesizer primarily.)   
    ≥ The oscillator section has  been blessed with an attack  parameter so  
    that you can achieve a softer  sound and reduce the click of  those 808  
    -style bass drums.  The attack envelope  is exponential, just  like the  
    default envelope mode of the noise section.   
    ≥ You can export individual patterns (or chains) to standard MIDI files  
    and WAV files.   
    Cool improvements 
    ≥ You can freely  assign which MIDI keys  the drum channels respond  to  
    and which keys to use for triggering patterns and muting channels.   
    ≥ There is a  preference dialog where you  can choose how knobs  should  
    react (circular, relative circular, linear or decided by host). You can  
    also set  a default  startup program  and switch  the functions  of the  
    right  mouse  button  and  the control  /  option  key.  The latter  is  
    excellent for working quicker with editing accents etc...   
    ≥ You  can play  the ┴Tonic  patterns even  when the  host sequencer is  
    stopped. Just click  the play button  while it is  flashing in "waiting  
    state" and it will start playing at once.   
    ≥ Right-clicking  drum channels  give you  some options  on the  entire  
    channels (like cut  / copy /  paste etc). Useful  if you want  to trade  
    places of channels etc...   
    ≥ Note names are displayed in the popup hints for the frequency sliders  
    so that  you can  tune to  an exact  pitch. This  is handy with the new  
    "pitched mode" (described earlier).   
    ≥ You can right-click a knob or slider to set an exact value with  text  
    (you may enter note names as well for frequency sliders). You can  also  
    right-click to  quickly assign  MIDI controllers  to knobs,  sliders or  
    ≥ Knobs and  sliders have sub-pixel  precision. This goes  well in line  
    with  the  ┴Tonic  sound  engine,  which  features  an  infinitely fine  
    resolution on all parameters. Now the visuals are virtually infinite in  
    resolution as well. (Try dragging some knobs and faders with the  shift  
    key down, and boy is that smooth.)   
    ≥ Patterns that are part of the current "pattern chain" are lit in blue  
    color. Empty patterns show up gray.   
    ≥ You can drag and drop programs and drum patch files from the explorer  
    / finder onto the ┴Tonic.   
    ≥ Clicking the  drum patch name  display will pop  up a list  with drum  
    patches residing in the same directory for quick loading.   
    ≥ There  is a  "select channel  with MIDI  switch" that  allows you  to  
    select drum channels for editing from your MIDI keyboard.   
    ≥ Shift-clicking  a step  button (trigger,  accent or  repeat) sets  or  
    resets that step button for all (unmuted) channels at once. Try it  out  
    for making abrupt breaks or intense fills in patterns.   
    Minor (but still cool) improvements  
    ≥ Windows version is even  further optimized and generally uses  around  
    15% less CPU.   
    ≥ No longer does the ┴Tonic pattern engine start to play  automatically  
    every time you open up a program. If it is stopped, it stays stopped.   
    ≥ The randomization features have been tuned a little, they should  now  
    hopefully give even more... erhm... interesting results.   
    ≥ Soloing a channel will select  that channel. This makes it easier  to  
    solo out and edit one channel at a time.   
    ≥ A star (*) is appended to the program name when it is modified  (just  
    like with drum patches).   
    ≥ Both the noise and oscillator envelope now have techniques to prevent  
    clicking when retriggering with slow attack settings. This improves the  
    sound of the  noise envelope compared  to version 1.0,  especially with  
    high q settings.   
    ≥  If a  host reports  that output  b is  not connected,  all the  drum  
    patches routed to output b will go to a.   
    ≥ Better compatibility  with certain hosts  (no names) by  implementing  
    yet some more "safety measures". Amongst other things we now prevent  a  
    problem were the ┴Tonic would actually get unregistered  spontaneously.  
    (I know it sounds weird, but it is true.)   
    ≥ File names and directories  can contain unicode characters. They  may  
    not be displayed properly, but  they should work. Previously you  would  
    get errors if you used unicode characters in names.   
    ≥ The ┴Tonic skin has  undergone slight cosmetic surgery and  now looks  
    and feels clearer with sharper contrasts and a new drum patch display /  
    selector amongst other improvements.   
    ≥ And lets not forget the numerous new programs and patches contributed  
    by Elmodic, Rory Dows and others.   
    more info available at:  

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    1) Unzip, Unrar and run Setup.exe    
    2) Register with:             
       Name:    Team H2O          
       Serial:  3J-CWUNBTW-YL9J276-1134    
    3) Enjoy !!!                
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