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Now for a synth

GFM Koch is a very simple “physic” synth I made over the last months. Available as a Win32 VST plugin.

Why you should use it

  • Because everyone need punchy xylophone sounds and water drops in their minimal track.
  • The usual suspects with physical modelling: very coherent phase, natural decay.
  • It doesn’t sound too ugly in the higher frequencies, thanks to our Secret Sauce technology.
  • Actually Koch sounds like crystal. Most of the time.
  • Why not? It’s free.

If you use Koch for a kick or a bass sound you should put your favourite high-pass behind, because the amount of sub-basses can be overwhelming for speakers.

I actually wrecked my headphones making this plugin.