Baby Audio Releases Atoms

US Physical modeling synth is powered by a simulation of interconnected masses and springs      09/02/24

Baby Audio describes Atoms as a new kind of synth plugin that uses cutting edge physical modeling to generate an endless variety of organic and otherworldly sounds. They say that you can use it to build rich and alive textures the world hasn't heard before. Here's more details in their own words...

Physical modeling simulates the behavior of real life instruments. But Atoms takes you beyond what's possible in the natural world. Its features are deep enough to explore the outer bounds of sound design, yet so simple that you can easily mangle, shape and create.

Atoms is powered by a simulation of interconnected masses and springs with tweakable properties and dimensions. The model is triggered by a virtual bowing action that excites the system and makes it vibrate to generate sound.

Nothing in the natural world is ever truly static. Physical modeling mimics this by generating sounds with the same organic fluctuations as acoustic instruments.

Atoms takes it even further. Its six main parameters can be automated with a selection of powerful motion options to add extra life. This lets you create soundscapes that are constantly shifting and re-generating, like a natural organism.

If you're used to working with sample libraries, Atoms will bring a new level of otherworldly realism into your tracks.


Pricing and Availability:
On offer at $59 (Regular price: $99)

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