NWSynth and Dymanix VST Plugs are Here

From WWAYM - subtractive synth and dynamics processor      07/03/05
NWSynth and Dymanix VST Plugs are Here
NWSynth main screen

According to the company mission statement, WWAYM was founded to create powerful and original software, able to fulfill the users  wish of high quality sounds. Thier goal is to create tools, which are easy to use, but without any compromises in sound quality. With that in mind they have announced the availability of two VST plug-ins for PC:
NWSynth is a subtractive synth with "unique, warm sounding filters, 2 crystal clean oscillators, fast envelopes and LFOs with BPM sync support." It has 128 built in presets from analogue like bass sounds through floating pads to computer sounds. The effect section contains 4 voice unison effect, distorter effect and stereo echo with BPM sync support. WWAYM NWSynth has a "comfortable", easy to use interface. Any parameter can be controlled via MIDI easily using the MIDI learn function. Priced at €135/ $187.35 US

Dymanix screen
Dynamix is a new waveshaping tool. Designed to operate as a sound designing compressor and also as a mastering limiter/maximizer, It is not a problem anymore to make your track as loud as you wish, to remove peaks without distortion or to give your tracks the punch they need. The plugin has also a filter section with smooth transition from lowpass through bypass to highpass with a stereo effect that gives more room to your sounds. WWAYM Dynamix is also capable to distortion and if using multiple instances it works as an EQ or a multiband dynamic processor. Priced at €109/$135 US For more info and demo versions, visit the website:
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