Geometry-Based Synthesizer

Nylon's geometric Oscillators let you define the timbre via a circular path      04/06/19

Wave Casual has released Nylon which they describe as a geometry-based synthesizer that makes designing sounds explorative and fun. Here's more details in their own words...

Geometric Oscillators

This new kind of oscillator lets you define the timbre via a circular path. The algorithm translates this path to sound, preserving aesthetic properties like sharpness, complexity and symmetry. Each oscillator comes with two shapes, that can be morphed into each other. This lets you easily create complex, interesting, moving timbres, all before the filter.

Topology

  • 2 geometric oscillators
  • 2 sub oscillators
  • Noise generator
  • Frequency modulation
  • Analog modeled filters with drive
  • VCAs analog modelled distortion
  • Ultra fat chorus and spacious delay

 

Modulation

  • 6 freely assignable modulators
  • 3 freely assignable Midi inputs
  • Intuitive Drag & Drop modulation assignment
  • LFO and ADSR modulator types

 

Extra

  • Shared online preset library
  • Efficient tagging, and searching of presets
  • In-app help for every parameter


Pricing and Availability:
€89.90

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