The Circle2 virtual synth is available
Future Audio Workshop finished the beta test phase and announces the release of the final version of its Circle2 virtual synthesizer.
Announced in June, 2014 and in beta test since December, Circle2 is an evolution of the Future Audio Workshop synth for Mac OS X and Windows with the following new features:
- New Vector Phase Shaping type of synthesis
- New GUI with the ability to create one’s own sounds by moving the color-coded circles around the interface
- New presets browser
- Rewritten audio engine for improved sound quality
- New factory sounds
- Optimized for Retina displays on Mac
Circle2 is a VST, AU and AAX plug-in as well as standalone software for Mac OS X and Windows. It has a price of 99 € but the upgrade from v1 is free. You can also download a trial version as well as a wavetable converter utility that allows you to use your own audio files. More info at www.futureaudioworkshop.com.
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