Polyverse has announced a public beta of its latest plugin. Supermodal is a powerful modal filter that uses hundreds of narrow filter bands working in concert to emulate the resonating qualities of acoustic bodies, both real and imagined.
Working in parallel with a zero-feedback state variable filter, Supermodal allows users to shape their audio into a host of attention-grabbing sounds that are at once exciting, unfamiliar, and eminently usable.
“We are very excited to share Supermodal with the world and to invite those interested in getting in on the ground level of this exciting new offering with our public beta,” says Polyverse C.E.O Assaf Dar Sagol.
“As an artist-driven company, we have always sought to craft the kind of tools we know would inspire us in the studio, and Supermodal is no different. We have pulled out all the stops to create an incredible-sounding and versatile plug-in unlike anything on the market. We know that it will take our users to uncharted sonic territory, and we’re eager to see what kinds of exciting new sounds they can create!”
The plugin (VST/VST3, AU and AAX) is available during the public beta window for a reduced price of $49 USD with a free upgrade to the final release, which will be priced at $99 USD and is expected later this year.
Those purchasing the Supermodal Public Beta are invited to report bugs as well as join the Polyverse message board to share their experiences with the plugin and interact with Polyverse staff. Their ideas, observations, and feedback will help inform the plugin’s final release, and may even spur new plugin ideas for Polyverse to explore in the future.
More information: Polyverse Music