Sinevibes Redesigns Mac Synth

Version 2.0 of Torsion gets new modulation and processing options      28/11/13
Sinevibes Redesigns Mac Synth


Sinevibes has announced a 2.0 update for its Torsion AudioUnit plugin for OS X. They tell us that the hybrid synth has received a completely new user interface with much improved colors and ease of use, multiple new modulation and processing options, as well as new factory presets.

The full list of changes in Torsion 2.0 includes:

  • Entirely new user interface with more convenient layout, drastically increased ease of use, and better visibility in daylight.
  • Separate fine pitch control per each oscillator.
  • Oscillator pitch modulation range increased to three octaves (up from one).
  • Oscillator level now affects the waveform display.
  • New trapezoid LFO waveform.
  • Added 1/48 note LFO rate option.
  • New distortion effects module with sample rate and bit depth reduction, analog-style saturation, and Bode frequency shifter.
  • New delay effects module with stereo modulation and dual filter.
  • Disabling of idle oscillators and effect modules to reduce processor load.
  • 20 new preset patches.
  • User manual in PDF format.


Pricing and Availability:
Torsion 2.0 is immediately available for $49 as an AudioUnit plugin for OS X 10.6 or later. It is also a free update to all existing users.

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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
jsepeta    Said...

now if only logic pro x wouldn't crash every blessed time I attempt to load a plugin synth. seriously, what a piece of garbage.

28-Nov-13 11:48 AM


vinnie    Said...

Just for balance, I find Logic Pro x to be an great update. Easy to use...hasn't crashed once with a plug-in since I updated.

28-Nov-13 12:54 PM


Ed A.    Said...

I agree. LP X hasn't crashed at all for me.

28-Nov-13 01:27 PM


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