Lilac and Peach

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A pair of virtual Instruments based on the Roland System 100, Oberheim Xpander and Korg Volca Keys construction kits. Both instruments share the same sample library but have very different layouts and functionality.

Created with HISE. An open source framework for sample based instruments.

Both instruments are under active development. New samples, features and updates will be forthcoming.

Lilac takes 3 identical voices, each with a dedicated sequencer/arpeggiator, morphable waveforms, 2 LFOs and 2 envelopes

Sample library disks

Peach features a single oscilator with unison detune, low pass filter, morphable waveforms, 2 LFOs and 2 envelopes.

Sample library disks

Demo

Installation

Mac

  1. Download Plugins for your platform on the releases page
  2. Download the sample data
  3. Move the component files to Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Component
  4. Move the .vst file to Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST
  5. Launch the plugin in your DAW or host
  6. Click on “install samples”
  7. Select the file ending with .hr1 that you downloaded from dropbox & select a location to save the samples
  8. Restart the plugin

Windows

  1. Download Plugins for your platform on the releases page
  2. Download the sample data
  3. Copy the .x64.vst3 & x86.vst3 files to C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3
  4. Launch the plugin in your DAW or host
  5. Click on “install samples”
  6. Select the file ending with .hr1 that you downloaded from dropbox & select a location to save the samples
  7. Restart the plugin