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Minipol Plus

  • Creative Virtual Analog Synth
  • With 2 Additional Exclusive Preset Packs
  • VST3 / Audio Unit Formats

Plus edition, unlimited fun!

Minipol Plus has just leveled up! Alongside everything you loved about the original Minipol – our versatile virtual analog sound multi-tool – it now includes two exclusive artist sound sets, Rapture and Badlands. Moreover, you’ll receive an additional 100 artist presets with powerful basses, expansive cinematic soundscapes, euphoric plucks, and dystopian pads. These are perfect for infusing some cinematic flair into your dance music and vice versa.

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The Sonic Oasis Deep Dive and Demo Sounds
Review by SumnSumnSumn HTK
Review by MG the Future
Review by Recluse-Audio

A little bit of everything

Minipol Plus is a super lightweight virtual analog synth with just a handful of controls and effects needed to create great sounds! You’ll be surprised at just how far you can go with a simple patch. You can build easily giant soundscapes for soundtracks, rumbling basslines for house music, or vintage keyboard themes for your next lo-fi track.

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Random everything. The smart way.

Seize the moment with Minipol’s Smart Randomizer and skip the boring parts. Craft fresh new ideas instantly by randomizing a group of controls, sections, or everything at once. All randomizers are intelligently adjusted, so there are no bad choices here, only happy accidents!

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Intuitive workflow

Straightforward design, consisting of sound generators, envelopes, modulation, and effect panels. Minipol’s clean, one-window interface has no hidden menus or additional tabs, allowing you to spend more time on the creative process and less on adjusting parameters. Even users with little or no experience with classic synths can use the interface with ease.

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Hundreds of artist presets

Minipol Plus offers over 400 factory sounds created by music producers and sound designers worldwide. The library includes basses, keys, pads for electronic music, and soundscapes; as well as plucked sounds for game audio or film scoring. Take a listen to see the flexibility of Minipol for yourself!

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Factory Preset Demos

Explore the virtual analog synth capabilities of Minipol Plus. With just 4 oscillators and user-friendly effects, you can create expansive soundscapes, pulsating house basslines, or retro lo-fi keyboard themes. Check out the sounds that Minipol can produce, from keys and pads to leads and basses!

Rapture Expansion Tracks & Preset Demos

Rapture presents an impressive collection of 70 artist presets inspired by the distinctive style of cinematic-electronic music. This collection features robust basses and ecstatic plucks that echo the well-loved soundtracks of iconic films.

Badlands Expansion Tracks & Preset Demos

Badlands brings to you a collection of 30 unique synth keys and soundscape presets, imbued with a raw, gritty noise that’s perfect for creating dystopian and lo-fi music textures. Ideal for music creators of all levels, from amateur to professional, including producers and composers for media and film.

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Creative virtual analog synth and its expansions

Minipol Plus Summary

  • 6 voice analog synthesizer with multiple effect and modulation capabilities
  • Factory Library with 300 factory presets for electronic music, scoring, and more
  • Smart Random Control with 47 randomizable controls
  • 4 virtual analog oscillators models based on classic synth hardware
  • Separate detune, octave, and pan controls for each oscillator
  • 1 additional noise oscillator
  • 1 sub-oscillator (high-quality sample-based from a Sequential OB-6)
  • Multimode Filter (High-Pass, Band-Pass & Low-Pass) based on classic synths
  • Delay (with mono & stereo presets)
  • Chorus (can be used as Phaser and Flanger too)
  • EQ (3 bands)
  • 70 Hi-quality reverb presets sampled from famous hardware reverb units
  • Host-syncable Filter, Gain LFO, and Delay effects
  • Tape machine-style wow
  • All controls are MIDI learnable
  • 40+ predefined DAW automation lines


System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.11 or higher is recommended
  • Windows 7 or higher
  • 4 GB of RAM, 8 GB is recommended
  • 2 GHz CPU with at least 4 cores
  • 64 bit DAW (VST3/AU compatible)
  • 120MB free disk space for complete installation


Available Formats

  • Mac OS: AU, VST3 (64-bit)
  • Windows: VST3 (64-bit)

* Pro Tools and Maschine are NOT supported

User Guide
  • It is a very nice vst plug in with a good amount of pre-sets and expansions and it is very intuitive for starting from scratch to make you own personal library of pre-sets. And at that price you cant go wrong. And a final note the customer service is quick and very helpful if you need them.
    47 days ago
  • Great synth for a great price!
    222 days ago
  • i like Minipol Pro
    251 days ago
  • Installation was easy. I’ve not had too much time with it yet but initial thoughts are really good. Value for money and great sounds which I enjoyed exploring and easy to edit and make interesting new sounds. Tweak away!
    396 days ago
  • good¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡
    410 days ago
  • Sensacional
    411 days ago
  • Great analog style synth, easy to use, great presets and easy to build your own sound.
    412 days ago
  • Need to be more better in communicating products
    414 days ago
  • No comment I am not to happy I mean satisficed
    491 days ago
  • The standalone version doesn’t work. The plugin works.
    492 days ago
  • I am very satisfied !
    497 days ago
  • Incridible synthesizer for cinematic music and other styles.
    559 days ago
  • An incredibly powerful layered synth that simultaneously manages to not be overwhelming and maintain both quick functionality as well as depth for the sonically engineering inclined.
    563 days ago
  • Great
    567 days ago
  • I love Minipol. On my recent project Transformers: Tactical Arena (iOS Apple Arcade game) I used it extensively on some tracks to get that retro vibe from the era of the original Gen 1 transformers TV show. I loved it because it had such a small footprint on the CPU — had 100-200+ instances of it commonly on the tracks that used it. In combination with some other 3rd party effects like analog tape emulators, it always got me what I wanted! Some thoughts: I know you’re going for simplicity which is great, but I’d love the ability to make the instrument monophonic with glide settings. I’d love vibrato! An AHDSR on pitch would be rad. Setting the waveform type could be more obvious than click-hold-drag. There’s no obvious way to know, without reading the manual or accidentally stumbling upon it, that it’s a UI element rather than just a graphical design. Clicking (without dragging) should also cycle through the waveforms.
    580 days ago