Top GForce Software VST Plugins
Top GForce Software VST Plugins

Top 7+ GForce Software VST Plugins 2021

We have created for you a rating of the Best 7 GForce Software VST Plugins as the most downloaded and according to the excellent reviews of musicians

VST list navigation:

  1. Virtual String Machine
  2. Oddity2
  3. impOSCar 2
  4. M-Tron Pro Complete
  5. M-Tron Pro
  6. OB-E
  7. Minimonsta

1. Virtual String Machine

 
Virtual String Machine
 

The sounds from 46 classic and rare string machines

The Virtual String Machine v3 (VSM) is an intuitive but highly powerful virtual string machine which captures many of the sounds from this genre of instrument, containing a wealth of sounds from a small mountain of classic and rare string machines.

VSM comes with 1000+ patches. It enables you to craft your own unique strings from the 208 individual sets of meticulously sampled machine.

Product Features

  • 1000+ Patch library
  • Over 9.5 GB of data
  • Stereo playback
  • 208 individual sample sets
  • 49 note range, each note individually sampled & looped
  • Dual Layer & Split Keyboard capability
  • Vintage style Ensemble & Phaser effects
  • Lowpass, Bandpass & Highpass Resonant Filter Section
  • Two Envelope Generators
  • Pitch & Filter LFO
  • Dynamic control including filter aftertouch

2. Oddity2

 
Oddity2
 

The Odyssey is Back – and Better

The GForce Oddity2 virtual synthesizer plug-in expands on their virtual re-creation of the Odyssey analog synthesizer, adding polyphonic and mono legato modes, a sub oscillator, more LFOs and envelopes, program change recognition, and much more.

Synth fanatics are impressed with the thick sound of the filters, as well as the wide sonic range available for sound design. Whether you drive your synths with a sequencer or play them live from a keyboard controller, the GForce Oddity2 virtual synthesizer plug-in is a powerful, wide-ranging synth that lives up to the legendary Odyssey name.

GForce Oddity2 Virtual Synthesizer Plug-in Features at a Glance:

  • Analog-modeled re-creation of the ARP Odyssey analog synthesizer for Mac and PC
  • Two syncable oscillators with saw, square, sine, and variable pulse width waveforms
  • Sub-oscillator for huge bass tones
  • Monophonic, Duophonic, Polyphonic, and Monophonic Legato playing modes
  • Two resonant lowpass filter modes and one highpass filter mode
  • Onboard delay and ring modulator effects
  • Two LFOs and two ADSR envelopes for more modulation possibilities
  • Spread and Random pan modes enable more spacious, animated sound design
  • Comes with over 1,000 categorized sounds

3. impOSCar 2

 
impOSCar 2
 

Serious Software Synth

The GForce impOSCar2 virtual analog synthesizer is modeled on the OSCar – the mythical early ’80s synth many savvy synthesists consider to be England’s answer to the Minimoog. If you crave fat, lush (and frequently outrageous) subtractive synthesis sounds, you’ll find plenty to love here.

impOSCar2 also includes additive synthesis, plus a host of tweakables to keep you stoked. You get dual oscillators and a serious assortment of multimode filters, envelopes, ring modulator, an arpeggiator, Chord Memory, polyphonic and channel aftertouch, mono and poly Unison modes, and a ginormous Patch Library. The sounds? Brilliant, mate. You’re going to love GForce’s impOSCar2.

GForce impOSCar2 at a Glance:

  • Oozes character, playability, expression, and sound sculpting opportunities
  • Multiple Mono and Poly Unison Modes
  • Go nuts with Effects

Oozes character, playability, expression, and sound sculpting opportunities

Successor to our multi-award winning impOSCar software synthesizer, impOSCar2 gives you more: more modulation choices, more sound sculpting opportunities, and more effects. The result is not merely a synth modeled on an ’80s holy grail hardware synth, but a new breed of sound monster with massive expressiveness and tweakability. Since the original impOSCar was released, GForce has paid rapt attention to the wish lists generated by its fiercely loyal users, and incorporated the most meritorious suggestions into impOSCar2.

Multiple Mono and Poly Unison Modes

Utilizing impOSCar2’s various Mono and Poly Unison modes lets you create anything from screaming leads to colossal 8-voice Poly Unison stacks with 16 note polyphony. Further enhancing your sonic horizons, the Unison Detune dial ramps unison voice tuning from understated to completely insane, for the fattest sounds ever to emerge from a virtual synth. GForce’s inclusion of multiple Unison modes make impOSCar2 absurdly versatile.

Go nuts with Effects

Process drums, vocals, or any other audio source through impOSCar2’s filters, envelopes, ring modulator, et al, and you’ll unleash serious sonic potential – and possibly sonic armageddon, if you’re not careful. For certain hosts (including Logic) there’s also a side-chained MIDI-controlled Effect available, letting you route audio through the arpeggiator. Now, that’s just sick (and we love it). If you’re into synthesis, the GForce impOSCar2 belongs in your studio.

GForce impOSCar2 Features:

  • Oozes character, playability, expression, and sound sculpting opportunities
  • Successor to the multi-award winning impOSCar
  • Two Oscillators (each with independent pulse width control) and 13 Waveforms
  • Programmable Velocity Responses and Aftertouch
  • Programmable Additive Wave Matrix Grid
  • Comprehensive Arpeggiator
  • Multiple Mono and Poly Unison Modes
  • Side-chained MIDI controlled Effect
  • Nine Filter Types with Drive, Cutoff, Q and Separation
  • 6 Portamento modes with Unison glide voice spread
  • Unison Spread knob enables each unison voice to be spread across the stereo spectrum
  • Chord Memory lets you play a chord, memorize it; then transpose it across the keys
  • Polyphonic and channel aftertouch for extreme expressiveness
  • Massive Patch Library will make you want to play and experiment to the max
  • Three user interfaces sizes accommodate your laptop – or any size monitor

4. M-Tron Pro Complete

 
M-Tron Pro Complete
 

The GForce M-Tron Pro is a spot-on emulation of the legendary Mellotron®, the tape-based keyboard heard on recordings by such artists as The Beatles, David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, and Radiohead.

The M-Tron Pro Complete bundle includes 450+ tape banks and 1700+ presets featuring acclaimed artist contributions

Put Legendary Mellotron Sounds into Your Studio!

GForce’s M-Tron Pro – Complete bundle includes the M-Tron Pro instrument with an additional 10 Expansion Packs (7 x Streetly Tapes, OrchesTron, ChamberTron and OptiTron) making it the largest, most comprehensive authentic digital collection of carefully curated Tron sounds in the market. That is a huge 13.5GB sound library with 450+ tape banks and 1700+ presets.

From the flutes on the legendary introduction to The Beatles’ “Strawberry Fields Forever” to tracks from The Moody Blues, David Bowie, and The Rolling Stones to the modern sounds of The Flaming Lips, Nine Inch Nails, Modest Mouse, Muse, U2, Sigur Ros, and more, there’s no question that the sound of the Mellotron is a deep part of music history.

Now, you can experience that tape-based playback sonic experience for yourself — and with 100%-digital convenience – with GForce’s M-Tron Pro.

The 10 Expansion Packs include original sounds from the Chamberlin, the Optigan, the Orchestron and some of the rarest Mellotron® sounds ever recorded. The Streetly Expansion Packs come from the original master tapes that have been painstakingly recorded note by note, carefully curated then meticulously edited to fit in your next composition. Streetly Electronics has direct lineage to those early 1960s instruments guaranteeing authenticity.

Together with the 10 Expansion Packs, M-Tron Pro – Complete provides the huge aforementioned sound library with hundreds of presets from Tron aficionados including: David Hentschel (Genesis & Elton John), Steve Hackett (genesis) Dean & Jarrod (I Monster), Jem Godfrey (Frost), Dave Spiers and Tony Durkin, Nick Magnus (Steve Hackett), Matt Berry (musician, actor, writer, comedian) and Paul Godfrey (Morecheeba).

PLEASE Note: AAX version is Mac compatible only.

GForce M-Tron Pro offers up to 35 notes, each individually sampled. It also supports dual-layer and split-keyboard operation in addition to MIDI Learn. All of this functionality adds up to a wealth of control over its 29 parameters per layer, including ensemble and delay effects; lowpass, bandpass, and highpass filters; and tape-based effects, such as reverse and half speed. What’s more, M-Tron Pro can operate standalone, so it’s easy to quickly load it up on your laptop and perform with a MIDI controller onstage.

GForce M-Tron Pro Complete Bundle Features:

  • M-Tron Pro – Emulation of vintage Mellotron
  • All the add-on tapes:
  • The 7 x Streetly Tapes: Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, Vol. 4, Vol. 5, Vol. M300 and SFX consoles
  • ChamberTron, OptiTron and OrchesTron
  • 450+ tape banks, including remasters and loops
  • 1700+ presets featuring acclaimed artist contributions
  • New layer, split, synth, and editing features
  • Standalone or plug-in operation
  • Over 13.5GB of samples total
  • Up to 35 notes, each individually sampled
  • Dual-layer and split-keyboard operation
  • Programmable MIDI CC response via MIDI Learn
  • 29 parameters per layer, including synth parameters such as vintage-style ensemble and delay effects; lowpass,
  • bandpass, and highpass resonant filter section; tape reverse; and tape half speed
  • Dynamic keyboard control, including filter aftertouch
  • Supports standalone, RTAS, AU, and VST on Mac/PC

5. M-Tron Pro

 
M-Tron Pro
 

Put Legendary Mellotron Sounds into Your Studio!

The GForce M-Tron Pro is a spot-on emulation of the legendary Mellotron®, the tape-based keyboard heard on recordings by such artists as The Beatles, Led Zepplin, Radiohead, Oasis, Trent Reznor, Trentemøller, AIR and Nils Frahm amongst many others.

M-Tron Pro offers a huge 3.5GB sound library with more than 200 tape banks, and it includes 19 of the first M-Tron tape banks, all remastered at the acclaimed Abbey Road Studios. You also get 45 new sample sets and more than 700+ specially created patches. For Mellotron sound with digital ease, you need GForce’s M-Tron Pro. 

PLEASE Note: AAX version is Mac compatible only.

From the flutes on the legendary introduction to The Beatles’ “Strawberry Fields Forever” to tracks from The Moody Blues, David Bowie, and The Rolling Stones to the modern sounds of The Flaming Lips, Nine Inch Nails, Modest Mouse, Muse, U2, Sigur Ros, and more, there’s no question that the sound of the Mellotron is a deep part of music history. Now, you can experience that tape-based playback sonic experience for yourself — and with 100%-digital convenience – with GForce’s M-Tron Pro.

Of its massive tape-bank library, M-Tron Pro gives you 45 brand-new tape banks not found on GForce’s original Mellotron. What’s more, 19 tapes from the M-Tron have been remastered at London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios for the ultimate in sound quality. In total, there are over 3.5GB of world-class samples.

In addition to its 200 tape banks, GForce’s M-Tron Pro boasts more than 700+ patches, many custom-designed by world-class recording artists and programmers, so you have instant access to a diverse sonic palette.

GForce M-Tron Pro offers up to 35 notes, each individually sampled. It also supports dual-layer and split-keyboard operation in addition to MIDI Learn. All of this functionality adds up to a wealth of control over its 29 parameters per layer, including ensemble and delay effects; lowpass, bandpass, and highpass filters; and tape-based effects, such as reverse and half speed. What’s more, M-Tron Pro can operate standalone, so it’s easy to quickly load it up on your laptop and perform with a MIDI controller onstage.

GForce M-Tron Pro Virtual Mellotron Plug-in Features:

  • Emulation of vintage Mellotron
  • 200 tape banks, including remasters and loops
  • 700+ presets featuring acclaimed artist contributions
  • New layer, split, synth, and editing features
  • Standalone or plug-in operation
  • Over 3.5GB of samples total
  • Up to 35 notes, each individually sampled
  • Dual-layer and split-keyboard operation
  • Programmable MIDI CC response via MIDI Learn
  • 29 parameters per layer, including synth parameters such as vintage-style ensemble and delay effects; lowpass, bandpass, and highpass resonant filter section; tape reverse; and tape half speed
  • Dynamic keyboard control, including filter aftertouch
  • Supports standalone, RTAS, AU, and VST on Mac/PC

6. OB-E

 
OB-E
 

A Classic 8-voice Analog Synth with Modern Touches

The OB-E is GForce’s iteration of a mega-fat, 8-voice analog synthesizer from the late 1970s. Renowned for its depth and sonic dimension, this vintage 49-key synth generated its muscular sound via eight stacked synthesizer expander modules, each with two VCOs, two ADS envelope generators, one LFO, and a wicked-sounding multimode filter.

While each module was monophonic, with eight of them on tap, this 8-voice synth was capable of an array of complex sonic textures. The GForce OB-E is a true-to-life emulation of the original, but it raises the bar with a third oscillator that doubles as an LFO, a new LFO per voice, and contemporary velocity, polyphonic aftertouch, and MPE control.

And unlike its all-analog predecessor, the OB-E isn’t difficult to program, thanks to modern-day software-based editing. You also get an inspiring 8-step sequencer.

Plus, the OB-E includes 600 mix-ready factory patches, all tagged and categorized for easy navigation.

GForce OB-E Software Synthesizer Features:

  • Emulates the sound of a mega-fat, 8-voice analog synthesizer from the late 1970s
  • Continuous, round-robin mode where each note uses a new voice
  • Based around 8 monophonic synthesizer expander modules
  • Each module includes 2 VCOs, 2 ADS envelope generators, 1 LFO, and a resonant multimode filter
  • Eclipses the original hardware with a third oscillator that doubles as an LFO and a new LFO per voice
  • Offers contemporary velocity, polyphonic aftertouch, and MPE support
  • Software control over the 8 modules, with monophonic, polyphonic, unison, and split modes
  • Zoom, group, and offset modes make editing and programming a breeze
  • Comprehensive 8-step sequencer with 50-plus presets
  • 600 mix-ready factory patches, all tagged and categorized for easy navigation
  • Convenient resizable user interface
  • MAC ONLY!!

Eight notes of character-filled polyphony

Like the legendary analog hardware that inspired it, the OB-E is based around eight monophonic synthesizer expander modules. Each module includes two VCOs with pulse and sawtooth waveforms, two ADS envelope generators, one LFO, and a resonant multimode filter with lowpass, bandpass, notch, and highpass options.

Although they’re packed with mojo, the modules aren’t particularly powerful on their own. Stack all eight of them together; however, and you get a character-filled 8-note polyphonic synthesizer.

Jam-packed with modern functionality

Although it pulls off its sonics with impressive realism, the GForce OB-E isn’t a meager emulation of its analog ancestor. For starters, you get a new third oscillator that doubles as an LFO, plus a new LFO per voice.

You also get convenient software control over the OB-E’s eight modules, with monophonic, polyphonic, unison, and split modes.

On top of that, programming this virtual analog synth is simple by virtue of its well-thought-out editing controls, which include zoom, group, and offset modes.

All these cool additions make the OB-E’s comprehensive 8-step sequencer seem like mere icing on the cake!


7. Minimonsta

 
Minimonsta
 

Iconic Analog Synth Sound – on Steroids!

Not everyone can afford a classic hardware synthesizer masterpiece, and not everyone has the space to haul one around for whenever inspiration strikes. But luckily for all of us, GForce went ahead and took their first-rate modeling know-how and made a virtual instrument that delivers iconic analog sound plus modern functionality: the Minimonsta.

And even though Minimonsta delivers that 3-oscillator analog sound you crave, it goes further than replicating a classic synth. There’s a lot more than “clone” stuff going on here. The GForce Minimonsta virtual synth begins with classic analog synthesizer sound and adds an onslaught of cool new features. For starters, instead of giving you just one LFO.

Minimonsta lets you assign an LFO to just about any original parameter. That includes resonance, filter cutoff, individual oscillator volumes, and even each envelope parameter. Plus, each LFO also has sync, delay, and several shapes. What’s more, on every parameter you can apply an LFO as well as an extra ADSR. And for the home run here, the Minimonsta lets you assign MIDI modulation to any classic parameter for serious creative possibilities.

When you want a virtual version of a classic analog synthesizer, you’ve got quite the powerhouse with the GForce Minimonsta. It’s the perfect complement to your favorite piece of recording software – perfect for inspiring a host of new songs or for giving you the perfect sonic layer for your existing material. Best yet, you get all of these famed sounds at a steal of a plug-in price.

GForce Minimonsta Virtual Synth Plug-in Features at a Glance:

  • Analog-modeled plug-in of an iconic analog monosynth
  • Includes all original features, including 3 oscillators and 4-pole, 24dB/octave filter
  • Additional LFO and ADSR for modulation of almost every parameter
  • Vast MIDI control possibilities
  • Monophonic, polyphonic, legato, and unison trigger modes
  • Fully programmable, with over 6,000 factory patches
  • Real-time morphing between up to 12 patches via keyboard control
  • External input allows filter to be used as plug-in effect
  • Delay effect
  • Full automation support
  • Works on Mac and PC as an RTAS, an AU, or a VST plug-in

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