Superbooth 22: Aodyo Instruments - Anyma Phi

A new physical-modelling synthesizer simulates real world sound      14/05/22

Romain from Aodyo Instruments introduced us to Anyma Phi, a monophonic desktop synthesizer.

Anyma Phi has oscillators and filters, just like other synths, but they are paired with physical modeling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, like strings , as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal. The front panel includes a matrix providing access to of the five stages of sound generation: Excite, Vibrate, Resonate, Global, and Animate.

Anyma Phi Price: 499 euros. Available now.

https://aodyo.com/anyma-phi/



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