Nerthernet Corp has released Mopis, a high-quality software synthesizer that combines traditional subtractive synthesis with new technology Nerthernet Corp calls reconstructive synthesis.
Mopis uses subtractive synthesis to create the same sounds that analog synths have used for years. The oscillators generate basic waveforms– sawtooth, square, triangle, and sine waves– which are processed by Mopis’s filters. The filter options include a warm, non-linear, analog-style filter, so you can get your favorite analog synth sounds out of Mopis.
- 128 diverse preset instruments
- Up to 32-voice polyphony
- Up to six-voice unison
- Two primitive or sample-based oscillators per voice
- Five filter types
- Three LFOs
- Delay and cross delay effects
- Semi-modular assign table
- Loads most common WAV or AIFF samples
- Available as a VSTi plugin (Audio Unit coming soon)
- Runs under both Windows (2000/XP) and Mac (OS X)
Visit the Mopis website for more information, demos and a trial version.