New Modular Synthesizer For WIndows – Sonigen Modular

Modular Synthesizer Windows

Developer Chris Jones has released a beta/demo version of Sonigen Modular, a new modular synthesizer for Windows.

Sonigen Modular is designed to offer”the freedom and flexibility of classic modular synthesis with high quality sound and efficient cpu usage”.


  • Fully modular, you can add as many modules and patch cables as you want.
  • A fast and intuitive user interface. Layout is mostly automatic, cables indicate signal flow, and our (unique as far as I know) dynamic input handling reduces the need for extra mixer modules, and also reduces screen wastage from unused input terminals / knobs.
  • Modular voice and modular output effect processing both cleanly integrated in one window.
  • Everything is processed at full sample rate so there is no need to differentiate between audio signals and control signals. This makes it easier to use and also more flexible.
  • Just in time (JIT) assembly. Not only is the audio engine written entirely in assembler, but it is also dynamically assembled at runtime. This enables a whole class of optimizations that are otherwise impossible with pre-compiled binaries.

Sonigen Modular is available now as a demo/beta download.

via rekkerd

4 thoughts on “New Modular Synthesizer For WIndows – Sonigen Modular

  1. I was just telling someone yesterday that it would be cool if someone made something like the Nord Modular for running directly on a computer, so that we can take advantage of today's much faster computers. I really liked the easy-to-use, well thought-out and flexible modules the Nord had, and it looks like this might be a near copy. I hope they come out with a Mac version.
    Anyone know what the "F" in the ADSFR module is? That's new to me.

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