Full Bucket Music’s newest free plugin is part of the KVR Audio Developer Challenge and is a unique musical parameter Synthesizer for PC & Mac!
The KVR Audio Challenge, the best-known competition for plugin developers is back and Full Bucket Music is part of it. No wonder! He released today the free MPS Synthesizer for PC & Mac. MPS is not a classical synth plugin with traditional parameters but offers a new way to design sounds. Instead of oscillators, filters.., it use 4 different sound timbres (glass, string, wood and metal) that are accessible in a XY pad. In this musicians can morph through the different timbres and create new sounds.
On top, users get access to a very simple envelope, modulation and a chorus style effect. In my opinion, MPS is an interesting free Synthesizer that comes with a fresh design and concept. He is not the secret weapon for infinite sounds but a small but fine synth with which you can design many cool sounds. From percussive to soundscapes, with MPE a lot is possible. If you like MPS, I invite you to vote for it at the KVR Audio Developer Challenge 2018.
MPS – short for “Musical Parameter Synthesizer” – is a polyphonic software synthesizer plug-in for Microsoft Windows (VST) and Apple macOS (VST/AU). It is written in native C++ code for high performance. The aim of MPS is to create sounds fast and easy using a small intuitive set of parameters without bothering about the technical details.
MPS is the collaborative work of Wolfgang Kraus (idea+GUI concept) and Björn aka Full Bucket (DSP+GUI+patch programming). Read more about the background of this project in the user manual!
- Unconventional sound creation approach
- Fast & easy editing using just a few “musical” parameters
- Straightforward user interface
- 64 voices polyphony
- MIDI Learn – all parameters can be controlled by MIDI CC
- Double precision audio processing
- Plug-in supports Windows and macOS (32 bit and 64 bit)
The MPS Synthesizer plugin is available now for free for PC/Mac (VST/AU) from the developer website.
More information here: Full Bucket Music