New Version Of Natural Selection Synth

US Trilobite 1.3 Modular Synthesis Evolver exploits Darwinian principles to create sounds      27/05/16

New Version Of Natural Selection Synth


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Darwin Arts describes Trilobite 1.3 as a Modular Synthesizer application and plugin which features full visual patch editing, extensive parametric control, and an innovative patch breeding system to carry your creativity into hitherto unexplored territory. Here's the rest of what they have to say about it...

Using the same natural phenomena that brought you jellyfish, the platypus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and yourself, this synth exploits Darwinian Natural Selection to help you create radically bizarre new sounds from simple basic acoustic building blocks.  Trilobite's visual editor allows you to construct custom synthesis patches to create drones, keyboard instruments, effects...you name it!  Once you've created a custom instrument, you can then use the Evolution Engine to create thousands of mutated possibilities, and even breed your new patch with others that you love.

This version of Trilobite introduces parameter naming features, two new module types, and several important bug fixes.  Both the Pro and Free versions now include a Signal Smoother module useful for portamento effects, and the Pro version introduces an A/B Gate module which can be used for vector synthesis effects.


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$69

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