Uproar is a unique distortion-based synth
The new Rhythmic Robot Uproar distortion synthesizer library for Kontakt turns traditional analogue synthesis on its head
Instead of filtering harmonically rich waves, Uproar distorts and energizes smoother waveforms until they break free of their restraints and go rampaging through downtown New York, smashing everything in their way.
Uproar doesn't just add distortion – it puts that distortion under the control of ADR envelopes and dedicated LFOs, so that you can create evolving synth patches full of movement and character. It can also take trad subtractive synth staples and give them a new lease of life, giving you classic sounds with a fresh twist. It's great for adding air and harmonic overtone to your sound (with no filters, you never lose that high-frequency breathiness). The base waveforms blend between smooth sines and more complex, erratic waves which we made by eBowing an electric guitar strings for more organic, uneven sounds.
Uproar is available at an introductory price of 15% off for the first week and it's out now at www.rhythmicrobot.com.
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