Progress Audio has announced it has reduced the price of Soup, an additive synthesizer with morphing, resynthesis, and great ease of use.
If you’re interested in some additive synth, throwing-lots-of-sounds-in-a-bowl-and-morphing-the m kind of fun, then you’ll be pleased to know that the Soup additive synth can now be had for a $40 / 28Eur / £25. That’s a saving of around 45% of the original price.
- Load up as many sounds as you like, then morph between them in real-time and with complete freedom.
- Control morphs manually using the mouse in real-time, or automatically by drawing envelopes for X and Y movement.
- Powerful editing features give you access to each of Soup’s 64 partials. Design how amplitude, detune and pan for each partial changes over time using the graphical editor.
- Resynthesis to allow you to import new sounds from standard WAV files.
- The unique Elements Editor makes additive synthesis accessible. Create and edit sounds by adjusting 5 elements of the sound (Overall tone, change in tone over time, pan, detuning of harmonics, and envelope).
- Unison mode for instant fat, analog-type sounds.
- Built-in effects section featuring reverb, delay, distortion, chorus, resonant filter, formant filer, modulation matrix, 2 LFO’s and assignable envelope.
- Can respond realistically to note pitch and velocity for expressive, natural sounds.
- Comes with 300 high quality presets featuring sounds from ToTc Productions and Daniel Maurer.
- Includes a full manual in PDF format.
Soup is available as a VST instrument for Windows PC.