Spektro Audio has announced the release of GrainFlux, a Max for Live synthesizer instrument.
GrainFlux is a MaxforLive synthesizer that combines different synthesis techniques such as granular, wavetable, and subtractive synthesis to create unique and distinctive sounds.
It works by using audio samples to create two different waveforms which can be morphed and modulated. While GrainFlux has a modern and simple to use design, it still offers many powerful and creative ways for you to manipulate its sound.
Create anything from morphing basslines to evolving drones by controlling and modulating the Morph, Grain Size, Tilt and Spike parameters.
GrainFlux is available for purchase for $14.99 USD.
More information: Spektro Audio / GrainFlux
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