Seismic – A New Free Modular Synthesizer Plugin For MacOS Released

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Good news for all lovers of free Synthesizer plugins. Kevin J. Donaldson from Syntonica’s World released quite calm Seismic, a new free modular Synthesizer plugin exclusively for macOS. Seismic is a fully modular synthesizer built from nodes. A cool feature is when you play a repeated note, this doesn’t cut off the previous note. This features can go very deep and depends on your computer power.

Welcome to the world of Seismic where everything is a wave. Even the LFOs and envelopes are created using the same waves that are used as oscillators to build sounds.

Seismic is a fully modular synthesizer built from nodes. Each node can use two waves, or a node and a wave, or two nodes with a mixer to combine them to create a new wave. In this way, nodes are strung together to create a patch.

One of the unusual features is that playing a repeated note does not cut off the previous note. You can have any number of the same note playing at the same time. In fact, there is no polyphony limit, except what your computer can handle.

Seismic is now available in VST and AU plugin formats only for Mac OS X.

More informations here: Seismic Modular Synth 

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