Sinevibes has announced its new additive oscillator plugin for KORG prologue, minilogue and NTS-1 synthesizers. The 8th oscillator plugin in the series to date, Flare runs multiple sine wave partials configured as a harmonic series that can be further shaped by one of many different pitch ratio curves, which allows the plugin to produce a wide range of timbres: from smooth and organic to atonal and metallic.

The “spectrum trim” feature makes it possible to gradually reduce the amount of additive harmonics, essentially acting like an ideal brick-wall low-pass filter – plus, it’s always working progressively towards the higher frequency range, resulting in a perfectly clean output with absolutely zero aliasing. Flare also features a built-in multi-mode modulation generator which can be applied onto three parameters at the same time, adding dynamic sound animation.

Flare features

  • Additive synthesis engine with 8 sine wave partials and full aliasing suppression.
  • Tone shaping via multiple harmonic pitch ratio curves and variable spectrum trim.
  • Built-in envelope generator and LFO for modulating pitch, spectral curve and spectral trim parameters.
  • Built-in lag filters for noise-free, ultra-smooth parameter adjustment and modulation.

Flair is available to purchase for $29 USD. KORG OSC and KORG Collection bundles are also available with all current Sinevibes oscillator plugins included and offering up to 44% discount. The Sinevibes license allows the KORG plugins to be installed on any number of compatible devices that the user owns.

More information: Sinevibes