New Synth For OS X

Sinevibes announces Diffusion AU synth, developed for creating motion sounds      22/09/11
New Synth For OS X


Sinevibes has announced Diffusion, which they say has been especially developed for creating rich motion sounds. Diffusion's unique synthesizer engine combines additive oscillators and waveshaping models with an advanced matrix sequencer that allows for over 400 different parameter combinations per step. Sinevibes say that, all this being accessible via an intuitive interface, makes Diffusion an extremely capable tool for producing animated synths and basses which have incredible density and character while being clean and warm at the same time.
Artemiy Pavlov, founder and chief developer at Sinevibes, told Sonic State, "To create synth and bass parts required for today's electronic music styles, producers often need to layer multiple plugins and do a lot of post-processing. With Diffusion alone, they can now create very complex motion instruments with a lot of liveliness and character, enjoying an extremely fun-to-use interface while at it."
Diffusion features:
  • Dual monophonic oscillator with 6 additive waveforms and 6 waveshape transformation models.
  • Flexible tempo-synchronized sequencer with up to 32 steps, each with individual setting for note switch, waveform, waveshape model, envelope type and modulation depth.
  • High-contrast user interface with randomization features.
  • Useful collection of preset patches and templates.
Diffusion requires Mac OS 10.5 or later, and a 32 or 64 bit AudioUnit instrument host application that supports Cocoa user interface technology.
Pricing and Availability:
Diffusion is immediately available for $59.
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