Wavesequencer launches Hyperion modular synth
jeudi 8 avril 2021, 04:33 , par MacOSX Audio
A child of the eighties, developer Paul Carter, took his inspiration for Hyperion from electronic music artists like Vangelis, Jean-Michel Jarre and Brian Eno. His years of experience in both firmware and applications for consumer electronic products, plus his passion for sound synthesis and music, combine to make Hyperion a contemporary digital modular masterpiece.
Designed from the beginning for sonic flexibility, Hyperion has easy to follow, efficient modular processing which is capable of up to ten layers of complex sound patches. It features a wide variety of synthesis types, adaptable patching, pitch bend ranges, tuning, arpeggiator and individual per-layer effects. Hyperion also contains multiple kinds of filters, distortions and buss effects as well as logic and math nodes for generative patch design.
The unlimited sound processing elements of Hyperion offer all the warmth and emotion associated with analogue in an infinite design playground. It has a huge array of surgical controls and data generation options and the ability to quickly layer and split polyphonic modular patches. All in all an instant source of musical inspiration for music producers of all genres.
Wavesequencer Hyperion is available now via Tracktion for $129, with an introductory price of $77.40. It requires macOS 10.11 or later and an AU or VST plugin host.
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