[NAMM][VIDEO] Zynaptiq develops Morph
Zynaptiq is at NAMM where they announced that they are working on two Prosoniq plug-ins, the Orange Vocoder and Morph for Mac.
Zynaptiq recently acquired former effect processor developper Prosoniq and is developing new versions of their plug-ins.
Morph, the structural processor based on audio morphing, will be upgraded to version 2, and we went to see what Zynaptiq has done with this excellent plug-in:
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