Future Audio Workshop has released an update for the Circle² Synthesizer plugin with NKS support as well as 4 new sound expansions!
Future Audio Workshop has updated today Circle² Synthesizer. The new update features now NKI support that allows musicians to control parameters from the Native Instruments controllers.
A nice update in my opinion because Circle² is a very easy-to-use synth plugin that is useable by beginners as well as professional music producers.
Since its release in 2009, Circle has become an essential tool for underground producers and pop hitmakers like Arca, David Guetta and Deadmau5. Circle²’s completely redesigned interface prioritizes ease of use, allowing users to focus on music creation.
With ton of new features, modules and effects, and a new type of synthesis unique to Circle², the possibilities for music creation is infinite. Our new version of Circle² is out! We’ve added support for Native Instrument’s NKS standard, bringing out-of-the-box hardware synth control to our flagship synth
FAW has also launched four new City Sounds series of patches for Circle².
The Atlanta, Las Vegas, Miami and Los Angeles patch packs includes fresh sounds for Trap music, Electronic Music anthems, Tropical House and Future Bass. All of our patch packs are expertly designed by professional sound designers across the globe and NKS ready for Maschine and Komplete Kontrol. Each patch pack in the City Sounds series is our interpretation of a genre and an invitation to explore and transform.
FAW Circle² Synthesizer is available now for $129 USD or you can also rent-to-own it at Splice for $7.99 USD/month. This update is free of charge for existing users. The packs are available for $10 USD each.
More information here: Future Audio Workshop
Available here: Circle² Synthesizer