Jeremy Evers

Atlantis VSTi beta 0.9j

by admin on June 30th, 2008

AtlantisIt looks like I missed something in the Atlantis 0.9g release.  The pan shaper was not included.  So-  here it is.

I got a tablet laptop recently, and I have to say, Atlantis is a treat with a stylus.  And it even works in Vista.  Goodbye mouse!

You can download Atlantis 0.9j here and read the manual at

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  1. Michael said,

    on February 19th, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    Good to see the website back up again!

  2. AzzzX said,

    on February 2nd, 2012 at 11:38 am

    Nice Synth !!!

  3. nico herz said,

    on July 17th, 2013 at 2:57 am

    HI jeremy,

    first off, thanks so much for atlantis. great effort and hard work went into this synth, i´m sure. but if i may dare it, there´s 4 things that prevent me from using it all the time:

    - the env attacks/decays/releases are linear, which is good for pitch modulations, but not for amp and cutoff modulations, etc, it just sounds unnatuaral no matter what. could you maybe implement a “curve” parameter, so that one can shape the curve from inverse exponential over linear to exponential for the attacks/decays/releases? maybe with a modifier-rightclick directly on the line between 2 nodes?

    - the env´s are _always syced to host, no matter what. unless i just didn´t see a switch to turn sync off, could you maybe implement a switch for the env´s for not to be synced? i create a sound, which fits, but if i would want to re-use this preset in a song which has a different tempo, the sound changes…

    - the modulation of parameters is _always_ bipolar, which might be cool for lfo´s, but definately not for cc´s and env´s. could you maybe add an option for the modulation to be unipolar, when needed? again, maybe with a modifier key > drag, so that the endpoint of the parameter modulation is the target value, and the ammount is the startvalue?

    - when using the midi-1 modulator (cc1/modwheel), some parameters have audible jitternoise/steps, which makes it impossible to use it. could you maybe add either a useradjustable lag parameter or add some kind of interpolation, so that these noises don´t occour?

    i know, everyone is always moaning, but atlantis could mashup the freeware realm in a significant way, if just these issues were looked after, imo…

    however, should you not want to do this, just ignore my comments.

    have a nice time, and thank you again!

    kind regards, brok landers/bigtone (on kvr)

  4. nico herz said,

    on July 17th, 2013 at 3:11 am

    add on:

    there´s no way to have the filter cutoff respond to key follow… this is mandatory, imo…

    just thought i´d let you now… this shouldn´t be an assignable modulator, but a parameter on the gui…

    have a nice one, and sorry for bothering…

    kind regards, brok landers/bigtone (on kvr)

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