Is This The Craziest Synth?

Sugar Bytes Obscurium is a generative synthesizer and timbral organism      15/07/15

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Sugar Bytes say that they have released what could be "the craziest synthesizer you ever tried" - Obscurium. A spokesperson had this to say, "Generative pitch engine, sound morphing, innovative tools for mass manipulation. From stumbling rhythms to adventurous space travels, in Obscurium we extract beauty from the power of of chaos."

Here's the details in Sugar Bytes' own words...

Obscurium is a generative synthesizer and timbral organism. Feeding on scales, chords and synthesis, producing vivid harmonics paired with an elaborate aesthetic. It is the source of a dazzling array of organic and lively sounds, delivering spherical pads, bubbly arpeggios and deadly percussion attacks.

The playful user interface streamlines the complexity of the inner workings: You can freely change and swap all parameters and motion lanes leading to hundreds of new sounds from the init preset, so you can realise unique and surprising sequences in a matter of a few clicks. Thanks to its VST hosting feature, you can host any of your sound generator plugins in Obscurium for fresh sounds.

  • 8-voice Saw, Pulse, Super-Saw und FM Synthesis
  • More than 400 excellent presets incl. pads, drums, atmos
  • Motion Sequencer delivering sequential melodies and sounds, plus Plugin Automation
  • Draw Tools, Modifiers and Super Obscure Mode to build and modify sequences
  • Generative harmonies at your fingertips or normal MIDI-Input
  • Shift Fader to freely swap parameters and targets
  • VST Plugin Hosting


There are a bunch of detailed videos on the Sugar Bytes site showcasing various aspects of Obscurium. This is is the first of them...



Pricing and Availability:

99€ / 99$

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