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Saturday, February 7, 2009


What is it?

Did you ever wonder if the convention of imitating hardware
in software is the final word on friendly user interfaces?
Is it indisputably the most efficient, creative and
inspiring way of interacting with a software synth? We
asked ourselves these questions… and we created Synplant.

Synplant is a software synthesizer with a genetic approach
to sound creation. Instead of creating patches the
conventional way by turning dials and knobs, Synplant lets
you explore a world of organic sounds by planting seeds
that grow into synth patches. The purpose of this product
is to move focus away from the sometimes intricate and
difficult process of sound synthesis and instead let you
develop sounds by simply using your ears.

You will find that creating synth patches with Synplant
will be as easy as listening and deciding what you like and
then having the sounds evolve in the directions you desire.
Although Synplant is exceedingly easy to use, whatever you
do, do not let its relative simplicity fool you. Beneath
its straightforward and playful interface you will find a
versatile synthesizer of the utmost quality with lots of
character. Also, once you are ready to get your hands dirty
and dig deeper into the anatomy of Synplant you will have
the option to crack open your sound seeds and modify their
underlying genetic code.
demo sounded good.. ...not freeware but may be worth buying

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