Media Overkill (aka MOK) has released Waverazor – a software synthesizer that uses a new approach to synthesis – is now available for Mac & Windows.
Waverazor is described as ‘a futuristic synth that slices waveforms into aggressive new sounds.’ It’s based on a patent-pending oscillator design that slices individual waveforms into up to 16 slices, and then lets you modulate each of the slices individually.
MOK was founded by Rob Rampley, Taiho Yamada and Chris Compton – who have previously designed synths like the Quadrasynth, QS Series, Andromeda, Ion, Micron, Fusion, Venom, BioTek and more.
Here’s a video guide to getting started with Waverazor:
This video goes into additional detail about their new oscillator design:
Pricing and Availability
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