Sound designer Paul Schilling shared this no-talk audio demo of his factory presets for the Synclavier Regen – a new hardware synth that offers the power of the Synclavier II DSP engine, enhanced and optimized.
Here’s what Schilling shared about the sound demos:
“A selection of my factory presets for the Regen, with the Hydrasynth set to MPE mode. I was thrilled to be able to work on this wonderful machine.
Plenty of examples of MPE poly-aftertouch. A couple of movie references are thrown in. (At 5:40 the “Principal’s office” arp sound from WarGames, originally programmed by Anthony Marinelli on the Synclavier II. At 6:08 a nod to Wendy Carlos’ Ending Titles from Tron.)
I like the ease with which you can throw together additive, subtractive and sample layers with this interface, and mold them in various ways. The Regen can sound very warm and organic, as well as having a wide digital-sounding spectrum.
All reverb in this demo and other things that sound like FX (chorus etc.) are coming from the Regen.”