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Modular Synthesizer VST Software
A dream world where you create monster hybrids that process and synthesize by combing subtractive, additive, FM and acoustic objects
Over 50 synthesizers and a 1000 presets!
Tassman is an extremly rich modular sound synthesis environment based on physical modeling. It is both an impressive collection of unique synths and effect processors, and a tightly integrated synthesis studio which lets you customize instruments in any way you wish or even create your own from scratch.
A huge collection of instruments
Choose from a library of 50 synths and more than 1000 presets created by top sound designers. These offer a near infinite range of creative possibilities, from highly realistic emulation of acoustic instruments, analog and FM synthesizers, loop processors to unique hybrid creation simply not possible by any other means.
A synthesizer or an effect processor
Tassman can be used both as a synthesizer and a real-time audio effect processor. For example, acoustic resonators can be used to add unique texture to your sound. Use Tassman as an effect plug-in in your favorite host application.
The benefits of physical modeling
Play it, tweak it
With the Tassman Player you are ready to play any of the synths included in the library. The automatically generated Player interface is inspired by classic analog hardware making it easy to tweak any of the existing factory presets to create and save your own custom sounds.
Customize it, make it
The Builder allows you to customize the way individual modules are connected within a synth, or even create your own instruments from the ground up, using an intuitive 'building block' approach.
The Builder interface presents the patch associated with each synth in a way that is easy to understand and logical. A patch can easily be modified or created by dragging the color-coded building blocks from the bank of modules.
The modules are the building blocks composing patches. The library includes everything you need to create and control instruments and effect processors, from components of analog hardware to acoustic objects. Connect and combine them in any way you wish to reproduce vintage hardware, real-life acoustic instruments or to invent completely original instruments and effects.