Air Music Technology has released Loom II, the follow-up to its modular additive synthesizer for Windows and Mac.
Loom II comes with various new features and improvements, including 8 voices, a spectral noise section, new modules, 500 new patches, and more.
Loom II takes a unique modular approach to additive synthesis, a synthesis technique that involves combining simple waveforms together to create complex sounds, by enabling anyone to select from and combine 34 editable modules.
Create anything from wobbles, organs, ethereal pads, ambient soundscapes and so much more. The programmable Morph Pad brings your Loom II patches to life by morphing between user-defined variations of your patch, adding motion and momentum that continuously evolve.
Changes in Loom II
- Loom II has been expanded to 8 voices by popular request.
- Spectral Noise section allowing a secondary oscillator to replace or enrich the additive spectrum (created with the Sine Oscillator) with a noise spectrum.
- 4 new modules: 5-Sines, Discrete Adder, Hype, and Double Wave.
- 2 additional Subharmonic Optional Partials bellow the normal spectrum.
- Enhanced Morph Pad options.
- 500 all-new patches covering a wide range of sounds designed by sound designers Richard Devine and Mark Ovenden.
- All original 350 patches re-mastered taking advantage of the new features.
- New Wave Parameter options.
- 20+ other performance enhancements.
Loom II (VST/AU/AAX) is available from Plugin Boutique an the intro price of $99.99 USD until November 30th, 2017 (regular $149.99 USD). Loom users can upgrade for $49.99 USD.