SSynth Premiers Sosnowski Synthesizer
SSynth has premiered the Sosnowski Synthesizer, a virtual analog music synthesizer developed by programmer and contemporary classical composer David Sosnowski, hence the snappy name.
The Sosnowski Synthesizer generates sound with four separate oscillators. Each individual oscillator includes selection for sine, triangle, sawtooth and square waveforms; plus a selection for a noise oscillator with its own adjustable frequency trap. The oscillator outputs are processed through a multiform filter with its own envelope and modified by dual independent multi-waveform, fully adjustable LFO’s (low frequency oscillators).
A final envelope shapes the sound before proceeding to the sound treatment section. Onboard sound treatment includes stereo chorus, reverb, echo, pan/x (automated dual-constant cross-panning), and transposition; all of which are fully controllable from the interface.
Additional features include an onboard velocity-capable keyboard; MIDI channel, program change enable, volume enable, and pan enable switching; an onboard ‘scope and parametric equalizer; and a capable preset manager for onboard sounds, plus an easy file system for saving and loading custom sounds.
The download includes both a standalone player version and a VST version for use within suitable hosts. 128 onboard sounds are included, with additional sounds in external files. Sosnowski claims the instrument is specifically designed to be equally at home as both a “performance synth” and in studio audio, sequencer, and notation work environments.
SSynth’s Sosnowski Synthesizer costs $49 and is available now. More information on the SSynth Sosnowski Synthesizer.