CreamWare Shop offers third-party plug-ins for Pulsar, SCOPE /SP

Scope more dope, you could say      06/12/00

CreamWare has recently opened its online shop to third-party companies developing plugins for the Pulsar/SCOPE platform. So far SPL, Amptown/Grenzfrequenz and Orbitone are taking advantage of this service. Plug-ins from additional third-party developers are already planned. New devices, such as the ZARG synthesizer creations from syntt developer John Bowen, will soon be available through CreamWare's online server. As with CreamWare's own offerings, 10-hour evaluation versions of all devices are available for downloading free of charge. To launch the shop concept, Orbitone's international developer team has provided some right tasty treats. Its flagship product, Syn-Chrome, is a synthesizer based on an architecture capable of producing a broad spectrum of creative, new synthesizer sounds. The Orbitone Impressor is a comprehensive dynamics processor, acting as a compressor, limiter, de-esser, side-chain compressor, bass maximizer/minimizer, expander, and gate. The Psy-Fi effects package offers three devices: the Faza phaser, Flanga (flanger and chorus) and Sfera, a combination of a phaser and a flanger. From Amptown/Grenzfrequenz comes the monophonic Synchrotron Lead Synthesizer. Along with a step sequencer the package includes an array of effects such as delay, compressor, chorus, EQ, and more. Go to www.creamware.com for more

More From: CREAMWARE
Even more news...

 



More Videos

Featured Video
Superbooth 17: Presonus Quantum DC Coupled Thunderbolt Interface 

DC Coupled means eurorack friendly!


Featured Video
Superbooth 17: Pittsburgh Modular Double Helix In Depth 

Richard Nichols gives us a detailed overview of their new oscillator


Featured Video
Superbooth 17: Yamaha MX88 Motif Power With Portability 

88 Keys and only 13kg


Superbooth 17: Thonk/Music Thing Modular New Modules For 2017 

A whole host of modules and updates to the line


MESSE 2017: Suzuki Melodions - Sounds More Like a Flute Than We Thought... 

The first one he plays is actually rather lovely....


NAMM 2017: Sonicsmith Audio Controlled Synths 

A new type of synthesis that allows control via an audio input


Superbooth 17: Audio Damage - Eos and Looper Prototype 

Chris gives us a rundown of the new modules