T-Force Alpha Plus | Great Free VST Synth!

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T-Force Alpha Plus | Great Free Trance Synth!

T-Force Alpha Plus by Mastrcode Music is a great sounding free subtractive/FM synthesizer. You can easily get out those uplifting trance sounds from it and a lot more.


Here are some technical details (quote from Mastrcode Music website):

Alpha Plus is the advanced version of the T-Force Alpha TS. It has all features of the Alpha TS with some more and some updated functions: new synthesis (Subtractive and additionally FM Synthesis), revised oscillators with some more functions and now with a separate noise oscillator, new Mod Envelopes and now with a new integrated Sidechain FX (e.g. for the typical side-chained pad sounds and/or pumping basses etc.).

Specifications:

  • Synthesis: Subtractive/FM.
  • 3 Multiwave Oscillators with voice control (adjustable from 1 to 8 voices per osc), adjustable stereo width and panning, with Sine, Saw, Ramp (reversed Saw), Triangle, Pulse (square with PWM) waveforms and retrigger option for each oscillator (with “retrigger off” the oscillator is in free running mode, the oscillator starts with random phase positions everytime played a note, with “retrigger on” the oscillator’s phase starts from position 0 everytime played a note.
  • 1 Noise Oscillator with adjustable stereo width and volume.
  • 1 Resonance Four Pole State Variable Filter, switchable between Low Pass, High Pass, Bandpass and switchable 12/24 dB slope, Resonance can be driven up to self oscillation.
  • 1 ADSR Filter Envelope.
  • 1 ADSR Amp Envelope.
  • 2 ADSR Mod Envelopes.
  • 2 host syncable LFOs.
  • Adjustable Drive function for Saturation/Distortion.two band Low Freq/High Freq Equalizer.
  • Bitcrusher.
  • Portamento.
  • 32 step Envelope Controlled Trance Gate.
  • Velocity control (on/off).
  • Dual Delay, switchable between Stereo mode and Ping-pong mode (right and left channels have their own tempo settings).
  • Stereo Reverb.
  • integrated Sidechain FX, optional with internal bpm synced triggering or external triggering via MIDI In (triggered by MIDI Note On, on MIDI channel 2).
  • all functions fully automatable.

Check some sound examples and features from the video below:

I can only recommend this synth! 😎

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41 Comments

  1. Also having problems with pops and cracks, but a really good synth! I wonder if an update or patch could simply fix this, because it has huge potential.

  2. To Caine and Kevin:

    This plugin is a CPU hog (hopefully there will be more CPU friendly version in the next update).. Maybe you’re running out of CPU power? Have you checked the CPU load meter during the pops and cracks?

  3. I haven’t. I have 12gb of ram and an i7 processor. Should it be popping and cracking with those specs?, and is fl10 a better choice than fl9 for this synth?

  4. me too, im using fl studio 10 and my pc is only half a year old :). omnisphere etc. no problemo!

  5. Paul Henri on

    Do you know how to automate the oscillators, filters and its other knobs? It can’t seem to do so. Do you know a way?

    • Hey Paul,

      Do this:

      1. Tweak any knob in the T-Force interface (filter cutoff for example).
      2. Open the Tools Menu and select ‘Last tweaked > Create automation clip’

      • Apex Suede on

        bless your soul. I had been searching all over the net for a way around this same problem, Your solution works perfectly. sent you a massage on your youtube page. Ignore it.

        Thanks Again!

  6. Sounds brilliant! If its a CPU-eater, would a good idea be create the patterns and such you want in a seperate file, then export it as a wav?

  7. So I seemed to fix the problem on my end. I went into options, audio settings and selected asiodriver4all or something. The pops and cracks are no longer there.

  8. Isaac Klein on

    I cant seem to get it to download as vsti, it keeps having me download new programs to open it with, and i dont seem to get any closer to opening it with fl studio! sighs* =[

  9. so ive been using this synth for a couple days and i have to say its my new go to synth! its working fine in fl 10. if its not try and click the gear next to the arrow on the top left of the plug in and click on processing and try bridged mode.if that doesn’t work try “use fixed buffer size”.also make sure your buffer length in the audio tab is all the way to the right. anyways this synth sounds nice and is capable of piercing lead,euphoric pads,deep basses(even some dubstep wobbles are possible) to snappy plucks and so much more. i really am enjoying it!.

  10. Cypherus on

    Hey, I downloaded the plugins, but they aren’t changing the sounds of anything I put down. Would you happen to know a way to fix this?

  11. Shane Hughes on

    Thanks man. You’ve been so much help on my music making skills. They’ve skyrocketed lol. You’ve made so much available, it’s simply amazing, and I really appreciate it. Also, I really like your music. It’s really well put together and sounds awesome. I really like Earth In Control. 😀

  12. I’m having trouble with rendering a file with FL Studio. This seems to only happen when T-Force Alpha is being used. Any ideas?

  13. Theo Biggs on

    I’ve downloaded the zip file, but now I have no idea how to actually install it to use in cubase. This is my first external VST download so it’s a whole new routine for me, can someone help?!

  14. Aurelien on

    The link is dead 🙁 can you put a new one please, thank you.

    p.s Great blog i love it 🙂

  15. I programmed a patch/preset, saved it and it kinda disapeared. Saved it via “Files – save inst”
    I cant load it, either by Files – load inst or Presets. When I try to load it, the original patch (from which I tweaked this one) is used instead.

    Is it because I tweaked a patch and not came from Init? Weird.

  16. I have a problem when exporting a track. This plugin doesn’t load a sound completely until a couple of seconds into the track. This happens consistently across all songs I’ve created.

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