New Virtual Reality Modular Synthesizer, Synthspace (Sneak Preview)

Bright Light shared this sneak preview of Synthspace, a new virtual reality Eurorack modular synthesizer that is currently in development.

Here’s what the developer has to say about it:

“Synthspace is my attempt to capture the physicality of a modular synthesizer, while adding in all sorts of magical bits that are only possible in a virtual world. VR is the exciting part, but I want to create an instrument that is fun and flexible and ready whenever you need it, so I’d love to have it available on as many platforms as possible (VR, Desktop, Mobile). And I’m working towards supporting multiple users working together in the same virtual space.

I’ve spent countless evenings and weekends on this project, and now I’d love to take it to the next level and work on it full time! If you like the idea and see the potential, please see if you can support me in any way. Every little bit helps and I’d love to bring you along on this journey!”

You can find out more about the project via the developer’s Patreon site.

5 thoughts on “New Virtual Reality Modular Synthesizer, Synthspace (Sneak Preview)

    1. $400? Because that’s what a Quest costs. If you want to throw in an entry level VR capable PC, raise your total cost to about $1,500 all in

  1. I think we all knew this day is coming – a holodeck synthesizer!!

    ME: “Compter – bring up the 1975 Buchla 200, the Moog Model IIIc, two 8-pannel Serge modulars and a Stylophone.”

    *BOINK*

    Computer: “There they are sir. Shall I power them all up and connect them via virtual MIDI?”

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