Cherry Audio has released Voltage Modular Synthesizer – a new software modular synthesizer platform – for Mac & Windows.
They say that Voltage Modular is designed to be the ‘best sounding, most powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use virtual modular instrument available.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
Designed from the ground up to address the shortcomings of other virtual modular synth instruments. Featuring six-way pop-up mults on all inputs and outputs, super easy repositioning of modules or groups of modules, cables that can be moved and rerouted at all times, and control panels designed to be easy-to-read and operate with extensive visual feedback, including cable signal flow indicators, Voltage Modular offers a clean, polished, virtual modular interface like no other.
All audio processing in Voltage Modular uses high-quality 64-bit double precision math, and all module processes are zero- latency and operate on individual samples for true modular performance. This translates to fantastic sounding audio-rate frequency and amplitude modulation, oscillator sync, insane delay feedback, and more.
The innovative module browser allows users to purchase and automatically install modules and sound presets directly from within Voltage Modular for immediate expandability.
A Module Designer is also available that makes it possible to design and program custom modules and you can even submit modules to be sold in their Module Store.
Voltage Modular is available for Windows and OSX in AU, VST, VST3, and Pro Tools AAX formats, and also runs standalone on both platforms. User patches and cabinets are freely exchangeable across platforms.
Here’s the intro video from NAMM. We talked with Mitchell Sigman, who gave us an overview and demo of the new system:
Here’s a look at the Module Designer:
Voltage Modular Audio Examples:
Pricing and Availability
Voltage Modular is available now for US $150.