The Wobble Synthesizer

Sugar Bytes announce Cyclop      17/02/12
The Wobble Synthesizer


Sugar Bytes has announced their forthcoming Cyclop synth, expected to be released in spring 2012. Here's what they have to say about it...
It's a monophonic monster, armed to the teeth with jaw dropping effects and wobblier than a jelly on a space hopper. CYCLOP is the scratch-looping, sample-mashing, sub-generating, harmonic-splicing mothership of the twisted bass alliance and it's landing on your desktop soon. With masses of new sounds for you audio-junkies, from screaming analog syncs through brutal FM sounds to scintillating spectral shimmers. The integrated sampler also works as wavetable synth and pitch transformer for creating unbelievable and disturbing monster voices. CYCLOP is more than massively loaded with features: 10 incredible filters, unique wobble generator, feedback processor, 3 overdrives and an effects sequencer.
Pricing and Availability:
Available spring 2012 More information:
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    5 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    Mattsynth    Said...

    I got all excited here and then discovered it's another soft synth. Just add it to the list.

    17-Feb-12 12:25 PM


    E.    Said...

    yep.me too..Sugar Bytes always have good stuff..

    17-Feb-12 04:02 PM


    DR55    Said...

    N O M O R E W O B B B B B L L L L L E.................

    18-Feb-12 12:06 AM


    speelycaptor    Said...

    DR55, i was like you once and then i took an arrow to the knee.

    20-Feb-12 07:07 AM


    Benedict Johnson    Said...

    18 months from now, all music will sound like Skrillex -

    22-Feb-12 07:51 AM


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