Electronic Musician

Chipsynth MD

Ronan has been writing about music technology and production for over 20 years. He’s also a drummer, but don’t hold that against him

$50 plogue.com

The eagerly awaited follow-up to 2018’s Chipsynth PortaFM sees much-loved Canadian developer Plogue recreating the soundchip from the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis 16-bit games console of the ’90s, and deploying it as the foundation for a plugin synth (VST/AU/AAX/standalone) geared up for both vintage chiptune-style noises and complex contemporary sounds.

Chipsynth PortaFM modelled the OPLL (YM2413) chip found in Yamaha’s PSS line of FM instruments, and Chipsynth MD stays

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