Rob Papen Releases Vecto Rack Extension Synthesizer


Rob Papen has released Vecto – a four-oscillator vector synthesizer Rack Extension that allows you draw in vector paths to shape the sound in many different ways.

Included are a large range of oscillator waves, plus sampled waveforms and lots of different modulation options.

Here’s a video patch preview: Continue reading

nLab Synthesis Intros Monolite Poly K Synthesizer For Reaktor


nLab Synthesis has introduced Monolite Poly K synthesizer for Reaktor, described as ‘the ultimate evolution of the Monolite synth family’.

According to the company, the new synth is ideal for experimental, noise, ambient and fx sound designers, thanks to Monolite Poly K’s extensive sonic capabilities. Continue reading

zMors Modular Updated With Pure Data, 8-bit Oscillators & More

zmors-modularzMors Modular – a software modular synthesizer for iPad – has been updated with Pure Data, 8-bit & physical modeling oscillators & more.

Pure Data is an open source programming language for creating multimedia software.

Here’s what’s new in zMors Modular 1.2: Continue reading

FM4 Rack Extension Now Available, ‘Farty Brass Sounds’ Not Included


Primal Audio let us know that they’ve released FM4 – their DX-style FM software synthesizer – as a Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.

Heres what they have to say about it:

FM4 is a four-operator FM synthesizer for the Reason rack.

Modeled on the first commercially available FM synths from the 1980s, FM4 recreates that dirty, lo-fi, cutting sound of the original units.

Combined with a carefully thought-out, stripped-down, yet powerfull, user interface, FM4 makes it a breeze to create a multitude of sounds, ranging from punchy basses, crystal-clear bells, and lush pads, to organic textures, striking drums, and piercing leads.

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New Driver Rack Extension Synth Offers Up To 9 Oscillators Per Note


Ochen K has introduced Driver – a new Rack Extension synthesizer for Propellerhead Reason.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

Driver is a 12-note polyphonic synth, with up to 9 oscillators per note. It’s perfect for electronic music production, specializing in rich basses and leads, and evolving sounds like swells, rises, and drops. With its intuitive direct editing of envelopes for every parameter, making complex sounds in Driver is surprisingly easy.

Here’s the official video intro: Continue reading

ABL3 Computer Bassline A 303 For Reason


AudioRealism Bass Line 3 (ABL3) – an emulation of the classic Roland TB-303 bassline synthesizer – is now available as a Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.

According to AudioRealism, ABL3 accurately emulates every aspect of the original, ‘from growling basses to hollow middles and beeping highs with metal rattling accents’.

Here’s the ABL3 video intro: Continue reading