Computer Music posted some exclusive news on MorphoX, the upcoming virtual synthesizer instrument by LinPlug.
From Computer Music:
MorphoX is essentially a hybrid virtual analogue synth, and includes all the standard VA features, such as a variety of blendable oscillator shapes, unison detune, ring, amplitude and frequency modulation, built in chorus and delay effects, arpeggiator, and modulation matrix.
The main difference between MorphoX and LinPlug’s other synths is the Morph Wheel, which allows the user to quickly and easily morph between two patches. Using this feature, it’s possible to create highly expressive performances and complex sounds in real-time via MIDI.
A few audio demos are available from the Computer Music website. A review of LinPlug MorphoX will be published in CM160.
More information: Computer Music