2getheraudio releases G8TOR, a sequencer synth with live action pad effects using Qubiq's struQt


Boston, MA USA (January 8, 2019) - 2getheraudio™, (, has released a unique synthesizer built around two sequencers, an arpeggiator, and pad triggered effects which add DJ style real-time effects to the sequencer movement. The virtual instrument is called G8TOR and is available for purchase today under 2getheraudio’s Pay-What-You-Want business model.

“I’m really excited to bring another Adam Petruszko ( designed virtual instrument to market”, stated Jennifer Hruska, CEO of 2getheraudio. “His audio expertise and studio creativity come together to create such unique and utterly musical virtual instruments. G8TOR is no exception. If you like fat VA synths, step sequencers, arpeggiators and playable pad effects, G8TOR is a must have in your plugin arsenal.”

G8TOR starts its sound production with a fat and edgy sounding synthesizer, complete with supersaw, noise and virtual analog oscillators, a resonant filter, and built-in distortion, chorus, delay and convolution reverb effects. The result is a synth capable of super fat basses, filtery pads, blistering leads and just about anything in between. Now run that through one of three sequencers – an 8 step note sequencer, an 8 step filter sequencer and an arpeggiator, and suddenly a single note or pad hit turns into an action sequence, driving bass line, or animated percussion track. To add even more variety (and avoid the boring static effect many step sequencers impart), G8TOR includes eight real-time pad effects, which add tempo-sync’d and user controlled effects over the top of your sequences. Pad effects include bit crusher, low/hi pass filter, flanger/phaser, fractal delay, panner, wah wah, stutter, and cut echo.

G8TOR supports VST, AU, AAX capable DAWs and includes a Standalone app for use without a DAW. It is Mac and Windows compatible.

G8TOR is released under 2getheraudio’s Pay-What-You-Want business model so all musicians, regardless of their ability to pay, have access to this software.

A free trial is available at

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