Applied Acoustics Systems has announced a major update to its powerful yet simple ecosystem for exploration, experimentation, creation, learning, and fun. A sophisticated tool for the creation of synths and effects, Multiphonics CV-2 takes its capabilities from a synthesizer to a full modular ecosystem.
With its simple and straightforward interface, Multiphonics is a fast and efficient creation tool providing musicians and sound designers with a quick path to the realization of sonic ideas. It is also a great learning environment for newcomers.
This new version ships with a comprehensive library of modules, from the basics to unique originals, and a vast and inspiring library of synth and effect patches crafted by top sound designers.
“Multiphonics CV‐2 can now be used as an effect in a DAW and process audio inputs which opens up a whole new world of creative possibilities” says Benoit Charland, lead product designer at Applied Acoustics Systems. “The module library has been augmented with a selection of modules specifically designed to take advantage of this new capability and make the creation of custom effects fun and efficient. It was fascinating to see how our team of sound designers put them to use and I’m sure that Multiphonics users will take as much pleasure as we did discovering their truly original and inspiring effects patches in the new factory library.”
Changes in Multiphonics CV-2
- Multiphonics can now be used as an effect processor.
- 15 new modules.
- 6 improved modules.
- 100 new effect patches.
- 50 new synth patches.
- Efficient stereo and multi-channel patching.
- Improved patch browsing.
- Scalable UI.
Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats, Multiphonics CV-2 is on sale for the intro price of $99 USD instead of $149 USD. Owners of Multiphonics CV-1 can upgrade for $49 USD.
A bundle with 2 expansion packs is $129 USD during the promotion. The Currents and Modular City expansions are also available separately for $19 USD each (regular $39 USD each).
More information: Applied Acoustics Systems