New Synth From Audio Damage

Phosphor Sneak Preview      04/12/10
New Synth From Audio Damage


Chris Randall has posted teaser info for Phosphor, a new Audio Damage synth. 

Here's what Randall has to say about the new synth:

Phosphor is an additive polysynth. Rather than going whole hog like Chameleon5000, we went the other direction, and Phosphor is, for all intents and purposes, a clone of the alphaSyntauri in entirety.

You see the little space invader switch next to the partials? Each section where it's appropriate there is one of those, and it puts that section (and only that section, be it envelope, partials, noise) in to alphaSyntauri mode, where it sonically reverts to a much earlier computer music era. I'll explain more about this at the appropriate time, with audio and video examples, but suffice to say this is a fun little synth, and sounds like absolutely nothing else. Won't be too long.

Audio demo below. 

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