Four Oscillator Synth Updated

The Lower Rhythm release Signals 2 for Windows      02/09/10

Four Oscillator Synth Updated


Here's what The Lower Rhythm have to say about Signals 2... Intended to create incredibly intricate and lush pad sounds, Signals utilizes four oscillators (each with their own signal path) in conjunction with two powerful LFOs (30 possible destinations, 5 waveforms) and an LFO-modulated global delay with filter cutoff. Each oscillator has its own waveform selector (5 shapes), tuning control, lowpass filter, modulation depth control and volume envelope. If you're looking for a synth that can effortlessly mix warm, analog pads with celestial modulation or grinding glitch *and* switch into mono mode to use the same tone-shaping tools to meet another end, look no further.
Feature List:
  • 30 presets
  • Four oscillators (five waveform choices) with their own full channels with tuning, filtration and amplitude shaping
  • Two sound / tone shaping LFO's (five shapes) with a total of 30 possible destinations
  • Master section with independent lowpass filter / volume envelope
  • Independent, LFO modulated delay section with frequency cutoff.
  • Optional Mono mode
Changes in this version:
  • 10 brand new presets as well as the original 20 re-envisioned
  • Streamlined sound engine for improved CPU and functionality
  • 10 new presets along with updated old presets
  • Cutoff filter for the global delay
  • LFO destinations refined and now labeled
  • Mono mode added
  • Improved interface
Pricing and Availability:
$19.99 More information:

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