Strange Synth For Max For Live

Amazing Noises releases Pulsor      16/07/14

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Amazing Noises has released Pulsor, the Strange Synth: a Max for Live Instrument.

A spokesperson told us, "Pulsor is a Max for Live virtual instrument. It is essentially a monophonic synth that produces glitching/pulsing sounds and complex rhythmic soundscapes thanks to its odd circuitry. It can also create evolving lead synth sounds, monophonic bass timbres and many other unexpected noises."

Pricing and Availability:

€15.00 introductory price.

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