TAL-U-NO-LX Synthesizer VST Plugin by Togu Audio Line

TAL-U-NO-LX Synthesizer VST Plugin
£37.29 – Buy Now

Togu Audio Line presents TAL-U-NO-LX Synthesizer Plugin, a complete rewritten emulation of the popular hardware with a new engine and GUI.

Carefully calibrated controls and up to zero feedback delay filters make this synth a good alternative for the analog device with all the advantages software plugins have. TAL-U-NO-LX also supports portamento, different filter LFO waveforms and some more useful features.

Besides this, an arpeggiator with different sync modes and hold function is also included. A very fast envelope with a smooth roll-off, emulated inaccuracy and a very smooth filter sound gives this synth the typical sound. The synth was calibrated after a hardware device that’s property of TAL.

TAL-U-NO-LX Features:

  • Self resonating zero feedback delay filter (24dB LP).
  • Filter range up to ~40kHz (depends on the sample rate).
  • Calibrated and tuned after TAL’s hardware device.
  • Improved alias free oscillators for an authentic sound also @ 44’100Hz sampling rate.
  • Arpeggiator with different sync modes (host, MIDI clock, not on).
  • Portamento and mono mode.
  • Sustain pedal support.
  • Midi learn / automation for all controls.
  • LFO manual trigger button.
  • Up to 12 voices.
  • New file based preset system for transparent preset management.
  • More than 300 factory presets by different sound designers (FMR, Particular – Sound, TAL).
  • Original hardware “Factory Bank A” included.

This is a serious synth, for sure, with a great sound, features and a nice designed interface. Priced at £37.29, this virtual synth is available at PluginBoutique.com

Buy Link: TAL-U-NO-LX

After you get this plugin check the free presets listed bellow. Over 650 free patches special crafted for TAL-U-NO-LX synth.

Free Preset Banks

  • 50 free presets by Symbiotic
  • Latest FMR Factory Bank
  • Tronsonic Presets
  • Mario Fest Juno 106 Sounds
  • 50 free presets by Björn Bojahr
  • 32 free presets by TwolegsToneworks

Below you can watch a detailed video review made by Consordini blog team, a great website for musicians that provide the most in-depth reviews and guides on instruments, music software, studio equipment and more cool stuff for producers and musicians.

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