The very gay-sounding software company Fabfilter (and their spin-offs Aceoscillator and Neat-o-envelopegenerator) release version three of their minimal synth One today. It was only invented in March, so three full versions by August seems enthusiastic. It's a great sounding thing synth which is simple enough for me to program, but charging $79 for the full version seemed a bit steep. The main new thing in version three is that it's polyphonic, which I suppose means it should now be called Fabfilter Ten. But it isn't. Above? Some fab filters.