Spectral Morphing Additive Synth For iPad

Virsyn releases Cube Synth      07/10/13

Virsyn says that Cube Synth is a groundbreaking new iPad synthesizer giving you the power and flexibility of additive synthesis together with easy editing and morphing capabilities. They tell us that Macro parameters allow you to control this beast with unequalled ease. Here's more details in Virsyn's own words...

Intelligent sound morphing capabilities enables you to easily create complex evolving sound scapes, vocal phrases or stunning rhythms simply by choosing up to four sound sources from a predefined set.

Then add one of the predefined envelopes and a unique, complex sound preset containing thousands of parameters is created! If you want to dive deeper into the inner secrets of this synthesis monster you can manipulate each parameter individually to get precise control over the sound. A number of high level parameters such as Brightness and Harmonic spread control hundreds of synthesis parameters in a way modelled after the inner workings of natural instruments.

Cube Synth gives you also a new method of getting randomly generated sound patches in a way you never experienced before: roll the dice!

Every single try gives you a new unique sound patch, really every try, promised...



Pricing and Availability:
$9.99

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Peter K.    Said...

I got it and it's AWESOME!!!

Both this and Addictive Synth are great sounding, easy to use, and fun to program. Amazing value!

27-Oct-13 12:47 PM


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