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Spectral warping wavetable synthesizer

Vital is a modular visual synthesizer with animated controls, filter responses, waveforms, smooth LFOs, oscilloscopes, spectrograms, and more. It is GPU optimized and all animations run at 60 FPS.

It is a direct competitor to popular proprietary synth Serum.

Vital does not accept any pull requests and has some GPL-compatible restrictions. A community fork of Vital is maintained under the name VItalium.



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