For those looking for an easy way to break into the world of synth, Klevgrand may have solved your learning curve. Heck, it’ll likely appeal to many of all experience levels.
Based on the company’s synth, Syndt, the SyndtSphere forgoes the normal presets and knobs for a spherical interface that is easily surfed. Depending on where you land, you’ll end up with one of the 70+ presets morphing your tune. Tinkerers can still tinker, but the traditional controls are limited. Instead, this is an API optimized for touch screens and VST/AU formats.
SyndtSphere is basically a sphere version of our polyphonic synthesizer Syndt. With a minimalistic approach, it features a unique experience of ”surfing” between presets. All parameters are morphed according to the proximity of the different presets. By rotating a sphere that consists of more than 70 professionally created states, anyone can dial in the perfect sound without having to deal with specific parameters.
In addition to the sphere, a ping-pong delay and a few more global settings are available.
Best thing? It’s free for desktops and $1.99 for iOS. This is one plug-in that is completely pain free to try out.
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