SuperWave has introdcuced SuperWave Sirius, a new virtual analog synthesizer for Windows that features a Moog-inspired filter.
Here’s what they have to say about Sirius:
If you’re looking for a synthesizer capable of huge leads, pads, strings and basses, then you must check out the Sirius.
The Sirius features much of the technology used in the Tarkus synthesizer, but has a Moog 4-Pole 24dB Filter instead of a State Variable Filter. In short, think of the Sirius as a Mini Moog Synthesizer using the Korg MS2000 Block diagram for the sound structure.
The Sirius features four sixteen step Sequencers, Arpeggiator and Multi-Effects which include Chorus, Phaser, Delay, Distortion and EQ.
If you’re lucky enough to own a Korg MS2000, then you can use the MS2000’s control surface to edit most of the Sirius’s common control parameters.
SuperWave is available for £14.99. A demo version is also available.