We've also grafted in some effects, including a low-pass filter which you can use to tame some of the vicious aliasing noise the Spectrum likes to generate (though for all we know this might be exactly what you want, which is why we left it in there. The choice is yours!) – plus an ADSR envelope to give you a bit of control over your tones.
The results are a one-stop-shop for 80s computer tones: basic and grainy in their raw form, but capable of being moulded into pads, leads and effects sounds (though, to be fair, they're all going to sound a bit basic and grainy… that's the fun).
The vocal waves from the Currah add a new and weird sonic element to the SpecTone's tonal palette, and lend themselves particularly well to blended pad sounds and to brief, blippy sound segments. And the drums – or should we say "drums" – are fun, characterful little reminders of what game soundtracks sounded like before Lara Croft and orchestral scoring libraries streaming from multi-terabyte RAID arrays. Let's just say, don't leave your 808 at home, okay? But for little moments of 80s colour, they're great.
SpecTone: think of it as a black plastic wormhole taking you thirty years back in time...