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Can Arturia’s PolyBrute smash its polysynth competitors?

After an online leak on Monday (14 September) of Arturia’s mysterious PolyBrute, the music tech community has been eagerly anticipating information on the powerful polysynth. Arturia has unshackled the monophonic chains of its Brute series with this six-voice poly analogue subtractive synth, boasting split and layer capabilities. Naturally, the PolyBrute is very similar to its … Continue reading Can Arturia’s PolyBrute smash its polysynth competitors?

New Gear Alert: Kaleidoscopes by Waves, Arturia’s KeyStep 37, Generate Polysynth from Eventide & More

Waves unleashes the Kaleidoscopes plugin. Waves Kaleidoscopes is a super-suite of inspiring Phaser, Flanger, Chorus, and Tremolo sounds, crafted from the best analog modulation studio classics. The plugin’s unique Dual Cascade engines enable you to combine or “cascade” any two effects for magical textures. The plugin also features intelligent triggers Read more… The post New … Continue reading New Gear Alert: Kaleidoscopes by Waves, Arturia’s KeyStep 37, Generate Polysynth from Eventide & More

Gorgeous Hydrasynth polysynth adds tuning tables, distortion, more

The Hydrasynth’s wave morphing polyphony is yours for a street price of around $1300. Now alternative tunings and extra features make that more appealing. Here’s a look. The post Gorgeous Hydrasynth polysynth adds tuning tables, distortion, more appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.

Hydrasynth is a no-compromise polysynth, and a key Akai, Arturia alum designer was involved

It calls itself a “dream synth” for sound designers and performers alike. It’s got polyphonic aftertouch. And it signals a return of the designer of the Arturia ‘Brutes and Akai APC40. Today is the first time I think most of us have heard of Ahun Sound Machines. Evidently, it’s a new synthesizer brand backed by … Continue reading Hydrasynth is a no-compromise polysynth, and a key Akai, Arturia alum designer was involved