I’ve recently teamed up with Kv331 Audio to create factory content for their brand new instrument, SynthMaster One. SM One is a streamlined (but still powerful) version of SynthMaster and it’s pretty fun to tweak!
If you’d like to hear how it sounds, check out the audio demo below.
Hello. I haven’t been able to post much on my blog lately, mainly for 2 reasons: Holiday and a collaboration project with KV331 Audio on their great instrument SynthMaster. SynthMaster is a versatile hybrid softsynth, capable of subtractive, FM, additive, wavetable synthesis and much more.
Now I’m more of a sampling person for sure but I’ve made an exception for SynthMaster as it’s a cool synth that makes sense to me, especially in terms of workflow. It has it’s quirks like anything else but I must admit it really growed on me over time.
So I’ve made 50 brand new patches for their 2.7 release which brings great new features to the table; highlights being new oscillator algorithms (bend, sync, etc.) and optimized & updated filters. These new sounds are mainly Drum & Bass oriented and will be included in the factory content when the new version rolls out, which I believe to be 3rd of August. So check out my demo below, and if you wanna give SM 2.7 trial a go, here’s the link.
Sometime ago I’ve made trailer and cutscenes music for this great point & click adventure game “Mirrored” and it’s up on Steam Greenlight now. If you wanna check it out and help us by voting (You need to have purchased something on Steam previously to be able to vote.) it’s here: