Purity

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$49.99

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Enter the Next Generation

PCM Sound Module / ROMpler software

Purity is a next generation of digital musical instrument workstation and PCM Sound Module / ROMpler software. Purity is designed to realize and surpass the hardware musical instrument workstation perfectly on computer-based music production environments offering higher sound quality and more usability.

Enter the Next Generation

PCM Sound Module / ROMpler software

Purity is a next generation of digital musical instrument workstation and PCM Sound Module / ROMpler software. Purity is designed to realize and surpass the hardware musical instrument workstation perfectly on computer-based music production environments offering higher sound quality and more usability.

16-part multi-instrument

with GM Support

Channel link function allows to layer sound patches

Key/velocity range for splitting sound zone

General MIDI normal/rhythm sound and control support

2 modes well-designed for each channel purpose – Melody/Drum

Integrated Mixer

Realtime audio level meters

Priority mode for arranging patches

2 stereo output buses – main/sub

2 stereo send-return effect buses – chorus/reverb

Channel copy/paste/swap function

Up to 1024-voice global polyphony (64 per channel)

16-part multi-instrument with GM Support

Channel link function allows to layer sound patches

Key/velocity range for splitting sound zone

General MIDI normal/rhythm sound and control support

2 modes well-designed for each channel purpose – Melody/Drum

Integrated Mixer

Realtime audio level meters

Priority mode for arranging patches

2 stereo output buses – main/sub

2 stereo send-return effect buses – chorus/reverb

Channel copy/paste/swap function

Up to 1024-voice global polyphony (64 per channel)

Layers Sound

Purity can blend up to 16 sound sources, and can make various, beautiful and powerful sounds.

It can edit independently each source and can mix each volume and pan.

Layers Sound

Purity can blend up to 16 sound sources, and can make various, beautiful and powerful sounds.

It can edit independently each source and can mix each volume and pan.

Very Low

CPU Load & Ram Usage

Forget Everything but Music!

Purity makes you concentrate on your music without being annoyed about anything not related to music. And Purity keeps the fame of the best software instrument with the lowest and most efficient CPU load and RAM usage. Purity will be the one of your best musical tools which can effectively express the musical idea and feeling that you have.

Very Low

CPU Load & Ram Usage

Forget Everything but Music!

Purity makes you concentrate on your music without being annoyed about anything not related to music. And Purity keeps the fame of the best software instrument with the lowest and most efficient CPU load and RAM usage. Purity will be the one of your best musical tools which can effectively express the musical idea and feeling that you have.

Super-fast Preset Browser

Fast patch change on-the-fly during live performance

Over 1,300 factory sound presets

Over 200 phrases and loops included

5-color patch recognition

Computer keyboard full support

Integrated Pattern Sequencer

Innovative structure for melody and drum

Up to 64 steps with 5 lanes

Rate time option with triplet

Swing option to vary time rate

Latch function for background pattern

Super-fast Preset Browser

Fast patch change on-the-fly during live performance

Over 1,300 factory sound presets

Over 200 phrases and loops included

5-color patch recognition

Computer keyboard full support

Integrated Pattern Sequencer

Innovative structure for melody and drum

Up to 64 steps with 5 lanes

Rate time option with triplet

Swing option to vary time rate

Latch function for background pattern

Easy-to-use Edit Panel

Full-featured edit without paging

Ergonomic placement and design

Graphic envelope

Easy-to-use Edit Panel

Full-featured edit without paging

Ergonomic placement and design

Graphic envelope

24 types of Insert Effect

Filters and EQ

Compressors, overdrive and distortions

Bit crusher, noise generator and stereo image

Chorus, flanger, phaser and wah-wah

Tremolo and auto-pan

Delays and reverbs

Integrated MIDI Keyboard

Position-to-velocity-sensitive 88-key

2 wheels – Pitch Bend / Modulation

Global Setup

Options for system resources

Options to identify user interface

Software Workstation

All in One!

Purity provides rich sound sources to create professional music of any kind and any purpose. Purity is based on well-sampled PCM wave data including a lot of sound of hardware workstations, sound modules, drum machines, vintage analog synths and even modern digital synths. Moreover, Purity comes with over 1,300 ready-to-use sound presets that are most popular in each era of the electronic music. The integrated sequencer and the sequenced patches inspire your musical potential.

Reviews & Testimonials

I have used Purity in my teaching studio for a number of years and it remains my favorite tool for getting students started in MIDI sequencing, composition, and orchestration, not to mention as a sketch pad in my own studio. The sounds are remarkably good, and the extended General MIDI set makes it even more useful. Under the hood are very usable chorus and reverb, surprisingly flexible programmability, and a large number of parameters that respond to MIDI controllers, making it an even more effective educational tool. You can’t beat the easy installation, the straighforward interface, the sound quality, and the price.

Senior Lecturer in Music /
Director, Program in Music Engineering
Tufts University @Home page

…You right over it and then I went to Purity. I fought with Purity because they got sounds that you can manipulate a lot of people like they like sounds that’s already kind of made already. And sometimes I’d be willing to fault with this like not own gross beat or nothing like really full of this… Because you can add sounds on top of each other and then you could go in here and change how I play all the type of so I fought with Purity. So I went through the sounds and I was like damn you know what I should do I always wanted to do like art on my beats…

The Making of YNW Melly’s (Ft. Kanye West) “Mixed Personalities”. @Producergrind 2.0

…I was gonna make a simple banger. Like that was my goal. The first thing that I pulled up was Purity. I like using Purity, it’s like a lot of simple sounds. I just started with the chords. I use this sound a lot. It’s just pretty dry. It’s not too much reverb on it. So I just wanted like a pluck almost. It sound like ‘Jaws’. When was in the studio we said that. We was like, “It sound like ‘Jaws’.” Once I did that, I was like I’m not gonna really add any instruments into it…

The making of DaBaby’s “Suge”. @Genius

…The first thing I did when making this beat was opening the VST called Purity. Purity has a lot of sounds like a ambient sounds. After I found the sound, I then put Gross Beat on it. The Gross Beat just adds the “Umph” to it ‘cause you know 808 Mafia we extra…

The Making Of Future’s “March Madness”. @Genius

…I really started with like two chords okay that’s kind of like… She was. It’s Purity. Bamboo2. I like plucks lying like a nut and a lot of my beats. I like flute she. I don’t like too much heavy she. So there’s real light something that. I did look I’m not with piano. Just sunlight she. I like a lot of melodies in she…

The Making of Lil Keed’s “It’s Up Freestyle”. @Producergrind 2.0

…Sometimes, I’ll have a beat in my head but with me, it starts with the sound first rather than me thinking about the pattern. If I like the sound, I’m just gonna go crazy. So originally, I started with this pad. The pad was a plug in called Purity. I’ve been using for a long time. Because when I started making beats, I couldn’t get Omnisphere and all that big stuff because I didn’t have the right space for the computer but now you know, we loaded…
The Making Of Lil Baby & Drake’s “Yes Indeed”. @Genius

…My third VST is actually going to be Purity… I just think it’s got some really cool like fantasy type if not the sounding stuff so. Also in my experience this VSTi does not use very much processor at all. Especially in comparison to like on Atmosphere something like Kontakt or you know any of the big really demanding VSTis. So if you don’t have the best computer and you’re going for some for of like dreamy kind of emotional type beat vibes…

The Top 5 BEST VSTs of 2018. @KBeaZy

…I like the workstation approach they have setup within Purity, and the sound quality is kicked up a notch from the original Ravity plugin. Some of the samples could have been produced a little better, but many of them sound great, especially for the file size. This also translates to quick loading times for the presets, and the CPU usage is low…

For fifty dollars, you get a synth that feels like a genuine workstation, with sounds covering all musical genres, and an arpeggiator and sequencer that would make any virtual analog enthusiast weep. I’ve resisted the urge to make P-puns long enough; now I leave you with this: Purity is nearly Purrfect.

A video game music composer. @SoundCloud

…So far, then, all we’ve seen from Purity are 90s hardware keyboard features that really should have been left in the past. Luckily, however, the soundbank quickly improves, featuring some useful phrases and sequences that bring the workstation right up to date… Loads of great sounds Very efficient Incredibly easy to use Good synth sections…

…It’s a very versatile setup, that should work whether you prefer multitimbral synths, or (the standard VST) one-synth-per-track style which would give you 16 patch layers. …Having said all that, I still _love_ the sound of Purity. I have no need of emulating ‘real’ instruments. What I want is a tool for crafting new sounds that are inspiring and unique. The kind of sounds that can carry a whole track, and Purity delivers that…

Windows :

  • Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 /10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Pentium IV 1.6GHz or higher
  • 100MB free disk space
  • VST (2.4), Stand-alone(ASIO, WDM/KS, DirectSound)

Mac :

  • macOS 10.7 ~ 10.15 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Intel-based Mac (Universal Binary)
  • 100MB free disk space
  • VST (2.4), AudioUnit 2 (AU2)