Dmitry Sches has released a new version of Thorn, the spectral synthesizer instrument that was designed to be easy to use and deliver awesome sound.
The version 1.0.4 update includes a one-shot mode for the MSEG/Stepper, as well as some other improvements and fixes.
In Thorn, being simple means to be straightforward and provide advanced sonic control at the same time. Intuitive workflow, high quality processing modules, light on the CPU, Thorn is ready to be put at the heart of your mix, in any genre of modern electronic music production.
Changes in Thorn v1.0.4
- Added MSEG/STEPPER OneShot mode.
- Now Thorn remembers recent folder when importing WAV-files.
- Fixed Windows 32 bit stability issues.
- Adjusted polyphony stealing scheme, now Thorn tries to not steal sustained voices if possible.
- Adjusted LFO syncing when Arp is on.
- Added “Disable MIDI Output” option to solve MIDI recording issue in Sonar.
- Fixed multiple minor GUI/processing issues.
- Adjusted user manual.
Thorn is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) at an intro price of just $69 USD until December 31st (regular $119 USD).