3xOsc is a deceptively powerful 3 x Oscillator, subtractive synthesizer feeding the FL Studio Sampler. It has been used in 1,000,000s of FL Studio projects since 2000 and continues to bring bright sunny days to synthesists world wide. 3xOsc is an ...
Porter mentions this synth as one of his favorites. It is part of FL Studio.
"I do everything with FL: recording, production, sound design, mastering… The 3xOSC plugin, Sytrus, Fruity Slicer, Granulizer... just to name a few: all the Fruity special effects are sooo amazing. The drums and percussions programing directly in the pattern with a lot of layers is my favorite thing to do. It’s the best thing from FL to me."more
3xOsc is a deceptively powerful 3 x Oscillator, subtractive synthesizer feeding the FL Studio Sampler. It has been used in 1,000,000s of FL Studio projects since 2000 and continues to bring bright sunny days to synthesists world wide. 3xOsc is an old-school synth with a raw (aliased) sound from the 90's.
Ahh yes, the wonderful 3xOSC. Loved by many, and still being used today. What can you say, it's 3 oscillators with a few different waveforms, phase options, and simple pitch settings. It's beautifully simple. You can make drums with it. Hell, you can even create an entire song with this plugin alone (with effects of course).
3xOsc is a great VST, you can basically make any sound with this, and it sounds amazing. This is what I use to make M83-ish sound with, and I also use this to make white noise effects, etc etc
This plugin takes hardly any CPU usage. I don't understand why people use Massive and Sylenth1 for Whitenoise and Detune Saws when 3xOSC does it with about 0.2% CPU Usage.
While 3OSC may seem to be simply a 3 oscillator synth, the possibilities are nearly endless when you get under the hood. I've seen snares, trumpets, basses, and so much more made with 3OSC!
FL's bread and butter when it comes to making sounds from scratch. There is almost nothing you can't create with 3xosc.
I don't really like this plugin for the reason that it has alot of inharmonic frequencies. In the middle and higher frequencies it doesn't feel and sound right. The reason for it is aliasing, it's gone after rendering but It makes producing hard because you don't hear in your daw what eventually comes out.