Cherry Audio has announced the release of several new modules for its Voltage Modular synthesizer instrument.
Sampler I is a feature-packed sample playback module that can load WAV, AIFF, MP3, and OGG files up to a minute and length.
Automatic transient detection combined with our Snap to Transient feature makes it easy to create perfect loops. Sampler I is a blast to play with, whether you’re adding drum and percussion loops to your patches or building patches around your favorite sampled sounds.
Sampler I is free for Voltage Core owners, and will appear in your library.
Sampler II includes all of the features of Sampler I, plus real-time stereo sampling.
Sampling can be triggered by input that go beyond an adjustable threshold, or can be started and stopped with CV via the REC GATE input. Sampler II can even resample itself, by feeding its outputs into its inputs.
With Sampler II, it’s possible to build generative patches that sample and loop themselves as part of the patch, which can lead to some mind-blowing possibilities.
This module can be purchased in the Cherry Audio store for $10 USD.
The Vintage Oscillator module offers all of the features of our standard Oscillator module, plus a 64’ setting and linear frequency modulation.
But under the hood, this module recreates the imperfect waveforms created by vintage analog oscillators. Featuring low-aliasing, high-performance oscillator models, plus subtle analog drift and imperfection, the Vintage Oscillator module will add classic tone to your modular patches.
This module is also free for Voltage Core owners.
The new Remote Control module allows you to control any knob, slider, switch, or button with CV, including the macro knobs in the Perform panel.
Mapping a channel to a knob is just a matter of clicking the Learn button and then touching any control in your project. That control will now be fully automatable with CV.
This module is available from the Cherry Audio store for $15 USD.
PSP Audioware has also released the PSP Poly Modular Collection, a new suite of 8 polyphonic modules ($69 USD).
The wide set of features included in these modules combine flexibility and creativity with simple to use designs. These are great for building increasingly complex polyphonic patches, and they’re FREE for owners of the PSP Ultimate Modular Collection.