I'm pleased to present a new (and usable!) Sylenth 1 skin. I've taken some time to make the process of installing as simple as possible by compiling a single .res file which contains the PNG folder images from within Sylenth1.dll (no need to replace every image one at a time
). If you don't already know what to do with a .res file, please read below. Instructions are also contained in the downloadable .zip.
Note: This file, as long as downloaded from pureav.deviantart.com directly, will not affect the functionallity of Sylenth 1. You are simply replacing .png images, no code is altered. Versions prior to 188.8.131.52 are not supported.
UPDATE 1.02 Fixed a label mistake where "FILT A" was displaying "FILT B". You'll only have to replace bmp10001.png, not the entire thing.
UPDATE 1.01: I've now included a .res for newer versions of Sylenth that have 72 images and not 73. When following the instructions, please check how many you have. If you happen to have more than 73 (possibly 76), please use the 72 option. Some feedback has suggested that new builds may have a mysterious extra 4 files which although labeled as PNGs, are not actually images. You can leave them where they are.
Individual PNGs are now also included for manual replacement.
Prior to installing:
1 - Download attached Sylenth1_LT_Skin.zip and extract files
2 - Download and install Resource Hacker
(simply a free tool that allows you to open .dll files, used by the world over.)
2.1 - It's been reported that Resource Hacker
has issues with 64bit versions of Sylenth. Other legit and stable alternatives include Explorer Suite
and PE Explorer
3 - Backup Sylenth1.dll (in your VST directory)Installation instructions:
1 - Open Resource Hacker
2 - File > Open > Sylenth1.dll
3 - When loaded, go to Action > Update all Resources
4 - Browse for either PNG_73.res or PNG_72.res
5 - Click Open. A dialog will confirm "73/72 resource items updated"
6 - File > Save > Sylenth1.dll (replace existing file in your VST directory)
Use the provided individual images and replace manually. I don't own a Mac, but I believe they can view/edit VST files without any 3rd party software.
Feel free to repost on other sites, but please link to this page and do not
share the file itself. Cheers!