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DEMO ONLY: Sytrus comes as a demo version in FL Studio and needs to be purchased separately so you can save projects containing Sytrus channels.

Sytrus is a powerful and versatile synthesizer featuring six customizable operators for FM (Frequency Modulation) and RM (Ring Modulation) synthesis, plucked string synthesis, 3 filter modules, an effects module with chorus, three delay lines and unique programmable unison mode.

The rich implementation characteristics of Sytrus allow for an extremely wide range of sounds, including bass lines, bells, pads, drums, pianos, strings, organs and even entire drum and synth loops (in a single patch/note), made possible by the completely customizable envelopes supported by each module.

Along with this flexibility comes complexity. However, if you stick with Sytrus and study this help file (there's a easy step-by-step tutorial here), we are sure you will find Sytrus to be one of the most rewarding plugins in the Image-Line library.

Want more sounds? - There are a large number of user created Sytrus patches available on-line in the dedicated Sytrus-patch Forum.

A video tutorial for Sytrus is also available on the FL Studio website.


The Main Module

The Operator Module

Working with the Harmonics Editor.

Working with Envelopes

Creating Arpeggios

The Filter Module

The Effects Module

Basics of FM Synthesis and the Modulation Matrix

Sytrus Tutorial

Notes & Tips to Patch Creators

Options, Helpers and Tools

Common Controls

Below most envelopes is the Zoom Bar. This can be used to scroll and zoom envelopes.

  • Scroll - Left-click in the middle of the bar and move the mouse left/right or left-click the arrows at the end of the bar.
  • Zoom - 1. Left click the left or right edge of the bar when the double arrow appears (as shown above). 2. Hover over the center bar and scroll the mouse wheel.
  • 2D Scroll Mode - Alt+Left-click in the middle of the bar or hold down the center mouse button (wheel), move vertically to zoom and left/right to scroll.
  • Select Range - Right-click at the point where you want the selection to start/end and drag the mouse to select the range.

Sytrus forum

Sytrus Presets - Forum dedicated to sharing Sytrus patches and patch creation.

Plugin Credits -

Code / graphics: Didier Dambrin.

VSTi port: Frédéric Vanmol.

Many thanks to: Bram (oversampling), Jaha (for showing the wrong path :), Antti, Robert Bristow-Johnson (for making their filters public) , and all the ones who designed presets.

Reverb by: Ultrafunk.

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