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Puremagnetik Release Leems – An 80s Inspired Chip Tone Synth

Puremagnetik have released Leems, a plugin with its roots planted in the 80’s chip sound vibe, available for $3.00, alternatively you can name your price until June 9th.

Inspired by 1980s audio chips and lofi glitch sounds, Leems brings a 3-oscillator versatile chippy console to your music production environment. Like the Commodore 64’s SID chip, Leems’ sound engine has three switchable saw, triangle, noise and “mixed” voices — the former two can be “wave modded” against each other.

Combine this with a variable bit-crusher and an algorithmic reverb and Leems comes to life as a versatile machine for lush, modulating soundscapes, sample folded blips, powerful leads and more. 

Leems is available to PC and Mac users (VST and AU).

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