Voltage Modular Core + Electro Drums Bundle DL
Cherry Audio LLC, has released Voltage Modular, a cross-platform virtual modular synthesizer instrument for OS X and Windows. Voltage Modular supports AU, VST2, VST3, and Pro Tools AAX formats, as well as standalone operation. All plug-in formats can be used as both virtual instrument and effects plug-ins. User presets and cabinet files are freely cross-platform exchangeable
What is Modular Synthesis?
Appearing in the 60s, the earliest voltage-controlled analog synthesizers were modular synthesizers. Unlike common “all-in-one” instruments, all sound sources and modifiers contained in modular synth are separate building blocks, aka "modules," that can be patched together in an infinite variety of configurations for unparalleled flexibility. Typical basic modules include oscillators, filters, and amplifiers. By themselves these modules might not do anything interesting, but together they form the voice of a musical instrument.
Modular synthesizers have no rules. Modules can be patched in virtually any configuration inspiring all sorts of creative sound experimentation. Eventually, large modular systems were replaced with smaller, pre-wired portable instruments. These were convenient and musical, but their fixed signal routing greatly diminished the experimental nature inherent to modular synthesis.
In recent years, people have rediscovered the sonic possibilities of modular synthesis, resulting in a tremendous resurgence. With hundreds of different companies building hardware modules, systems can be built and customized in an infinite variety of ways.
All audio processing in Voltage Modular uses high-quality 64-bit double precision math, and all module processes are zero- latency and operate on individual samples for true modular performance. This translates to fantastic sounding audio-rate frequency and amplitude modulation, oscillator sync, insane delay feedback, and more.
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Voltage Modular is cross-platform, supporting AU and Pro Tools AAX on the OS X side, and VST, VST3, and Pro Tools AAX on Windows platforms. It also runs as a standalone application on both OS X and Windows. Sound patches are freely exchangeable between all OS X and Windows formats.