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Synthmob launches with sweepstakes

Synthmob has announced a sweepstakes in celebration of the launch of its sound design community.

Synthmob
The Novation MiniNova is amongst the prizes to be won in the sweepstakes.

Synthmob is a digital sound design community where members can share presets and patches for audio plugins.

To celebrate our official launch, we are running a sweepstakes with loads of cool prizes to win. The grand prize is a Novation MiniNova! Other prizes include Native Instruments Massive, discoDSP Discovery, Subsonic Labs Wolfram and more!

The sweepstakes end January 31st, 2013.

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Subsonic Labs Wolfram updated to v1.2

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Subsonic Labs Wolfram

Subsonic Labs has updated its Wolfram multi-effect audio plugin for Windows and Mac to version 1.2.

Get that vintage vibe with a modern twist – Delays, pitch shifting, distortion, chorusing, phasing, panning, filtering, cabinet emulation and all strange combinations in between. Do you need Wolfram today? Well, you will ask yourself why you didn’t buy it yesterday!

Changes in Wolfram v1.2

  • A dry/wet mix control has been added (also available as a modulation destination).
  • A few long-running patterns have been added.
  • Updates and a few additions to the presets.
  • LED indicators for the LFOs have been added.
  • OS X: Installer is now fully working with OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
  • Windows: Reduced processor load due to code optimizations.
  • Fixed: The disabled state of the plugin did in some scenarios not work properly.
  • Fixed: Changing dials with the mouse wheel did not work.

Wolfram for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $80 USD incl. VAT.

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KVR Audio launches Developer Challenge 2012

KVR Audio Developer Challenge 2012

KVR Audio has announced the Developer Challenge 2012, the fourth free-for-all audio plug-in / audio application / soundware design event.

The “KVR Developer Challenge” is for anyone who develops Audio Plug-ins or Applications and, new for this year, Soundware. The challenge is to create and release a brand new free audio plug-in, application or sound library / pack / set that will benefit the community at large. Creativity is key, it can be as simple or as complex as you want.

KVR members will vote on the entries and pick the eventual winner using whatever criteria they choose to.

The prize fund is from donations – the last Challenge in 2009 achieved a prize fund of almost $2000! Can we beat it this year?

Anyone can make a donation via PayPal and the prize fund will be distributed to the eventual winners with the main chunk going to the highest rated Windows and Mac OS X software (for details of the prize breakdown please see the DC 12 page).

Prizes for Entering, Donating and/or Voting

Additional prizes are also being donated by plug-in and soundware developers / companies. These will be awarded to various entrants, donaters and voters when the DC is over by means of a random draw. So simply by donating or voting (when voting begins in November) will give you a chance to win something!

For the launch we have additional prizes from Cableguys, Resonance Sound, Subsonic Labs and u-he with more to come.

More information: KVR Audio Developer Challenge 2012

Subsonic Labs updates Wolfram multi-fx plugin to v1.1

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Subsonic Labs has updated the Wolfram advanced sound manipulation device for Windows and Mac to version 1.1.

Get that vintage vibe with a modern twist – Delays, pitch shifting, distortion, chorusing, phasing, panning, filtering, cabinet emulation and all strange combinations in between. Do you need Wolfram today? Well, you will ask yourself why you didn’t buy it yesterday!


Subsonic Labs Wolfram audio demo.

Changes in Wolfram v1.1

  • Added “Wolfram output” as a patchbay signal source.
  • A menu called the “Side bar” has been added.
  • The user’s guide can now be opened directly from the plugin.
  • Patches can now be randomized.
  • Knob behavior is now configurable.
  • An optional audio meter is now available.
  • The user interface can now be re-sized, from 50% to 300%.
  • Some issues when using Sonar X1 (Windows) have been corrected.
  • Some issues with the OS X installation files have been corrected.
  • The Random 1/12 S pattern was not as smooth as it should be. Fixed.
  • In rare cases, re-routing the signals could lead to a signal “getting lost”. Fixed.

Wolfram for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $80 USD.

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Subsonic Labs releases Wolfram virtual synthesizer

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Subsonic Labs Wolfram

Subsonic Labs has released Wolfram, a software synthesizer plug-in for Windows and Mac.

This is the device for you who aren’t satisfied with the few options on your average plugin. You wish to take that extra step, to twist that extra knob in order to achieve instant sound processing gratification – Now you can…

We took your average plugin, doubled the voltage, drilled (virtual) holes for essential buttons and rewired it beyond recognition.


Subsonic Labs Wolfram audio demo

Wolfram features

  • Manipulator effect algorithms
    • Pitch shifting – A lo-fi effect, especially effective on percussion.
    • Distortion – Use the dedicated distortion parameter in combination with the input gain .
    • Phasing – A six-stage phaser for that classic 70s sound.
    • Time offset-delays for effects such as flanging, chorusing and cabinet emulation.
  • Filter+Delay effect algorithms
    • A powerful stereo delay working closely with the multi-mode filter.
    • A multi-mode filter with separate input gain and several filter modes.
  • Several modulation sources
    • Two free-running LFOs.
    • Two tempo-synced pattern generators.
    • One envelope follower.
    • Many usable patterns from one to three measures in length.
    • Combine the two pattern generators for even more patterns.
    • All modulation sources can be inversed.
  • Flexible modulation
    • All modulation sources can control most of Wolfram’s parameters.
    • Up to four independent modulations simultaneously.
    • Some sources and some destinations can be combined for even more simultaneous modulations.
  • Re-routing of audio signals
    • Four basic configurations of the effect processing blocks.
    • Route additional signals to other blocks within the plugin.
    • Possible to inverse the signal.
    • Can process left and right channels separately for unique stereo effects.
  • Built-in handling of presets
    • A number of useful presets installed from start.
    • The same presets are available between VST, VST3 and Audio Units variants.
    • A-B comparison makes preset adjustments easy.

Wolfram for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $80 USD.

More information: Subsonic Labs