Respiro - A Wind Instrument Synth

Physical modelling reproduces the sound and behaviour of woodwinds and more      03/04/19

Imoxplus tells us that Respiro is a new generation software synthesizer using physical modelling that contains a state of the art sound engine able to reproduce the sound and behaviour similar to wind-instruments. They say that it has sonic capabilities of woodwinds and can also create 'never heard before' sounds. 

A spokesperson said, "Respiro turns your breath and/or touch into a unique experience, providing amazing musical vibrations! It feels organic and natural, alive and breathing. It inspires expression and exploration."

Here's more details direct from Imoxplus...

Instruments
Respiro patches/presets are called "Instruments". Each instrument has its own character, response and behaviour.
Hundreds of hours have been invested finding the optimal instrument settings. Each instrument is design note by note.
Most instruments offer a timbre that can be morphed and shaped using macro controls.
Instruments feature a smooth legato notes transition or "glide", depending on the factory sound-design.
Instruments feature a micro-tuning scale setting, allowing to fine tune each note in the octave... Go ethnic for real!

Macro system
A handy and visual control system overcoming the complex settings typically for Physical Modelling plug-ins.
MIDI CC can be assigned to each macro parameter allowing for real-time modulation with your favourite controller.
Designed to inspire and explore Respiro evolving sounds.

Midi controllers
Extensively tested with controllers such as the Yamaha WX5, Sylphyo, EWI, Roli seaboard.
Includes support for MPE controller devices.

Output processing
Convolution reverb allowing for stereo and sound colouring.

App Formats
Respiro Wind-Synth is available as AU and VST3 64-bit plugin for macOS and Windows

GUI
Intuitive, zoom, colour theme, Retina resolution.

Pricing and Availability:

Introductory price: 56€ (Regular price: 96€)

More information:

 

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