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HyperSynth has released Oresus, a new synthesizer with "a huge range of tonal possibilities and intuitive user interface", according to the company.

It introduces WSM (wave shape modulation) and Complex Oscillator to produce new wave-shapes from two raw sub oscillators.

Oresus features two filters with 12 modes, these filters are configurable as parallel and serial or even as a combination of both to achieve new filter types. A modulation matrix with 18 sources and 23 destinations provides an extensive choice for modulation purposes.

Features:
  • 2 Complex Oscillators with phase sync, hard sync, PWM, WSM.
  • 2 Filters (10 classic types + Hyper LP8, Hyper LP6) with key track, separate pan and level, polarity switch, parallel and serial outputs.
  • 3 Curve configurable envelopes for filter, Mod and amplitude.
  • 2 LFOs each with 4 simultaneous outputs.
  • S&H with smooth function and selectable input.
  • Modulation matrix with 414 possible paths.
  • Trance gate.
  • Pitch and mod wheel.
  • Built in FX (spread, drive, cross delay, ping pong delay, chorus).
  • Factory soundbank created by Frank “Xenox” Neumann.

Pricing

Oresus costs $45 and is available for Windows as a VST instrument plug-in.
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