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Sugar Bytes Aparillo

16-voice Textural Synthesizer with Cinematic Qualities.

$99.00

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Description

Aparillo is based on two interdependent FM Synthesizers, capable of forming the most complex timbres. The signal generator has been enriched with fine DSP spices like Jitter, Brightness and Formant/Waveshaping, followed by a free-signalflow Filter/Spacial Comb device, flowing into a polyphonic Auto Pan, the obligatory Delay and our finest Reverb algorithm yet.

Key Features

  • FM Synthesizer with 16 Voices
  • Formant Shifting, Wave Folding & -Shifting
  • Multi-Mode Filter with Spacializer
  • 2 interdependent LFOs with S+H and Gravitation
  • Orbiter for one-touch Sound Morphing
  • 500 handpicked Presets
  • Wide Modulation Options from 10 sources
  • Melody Generator

The Cinematic Machine
Aparillo is a 16-voice Synthesizer, tailored for sophisticated sound textures and morphs.
Different FM Complexity- and Ratio-Modes, Wave Shaping, Folding, Formant Shifting, Complex-LFO and a scale editor inspire the most impressive sonic structures, providing shelter to the imagery.
The Orbiter sits on top of it all: an XY controller for mass manipulation, exploring the limits of the engine and spawning ad-lib sounds and morphs simply with the turn of your hand.

Orbiter
The Orbiter is a modulation engine, measuring its distance to 15 objects, which represent targets inside the sound engine.
Explore endless combinations & new arrangements on this sketchpad of sound: intuitive, pragmatic and convenient. Animate the Orbiter’s movements or recall 128 positions with your MIDI keyboard!
Expand your sonic event horizon beyond terrestrial reason, and let this machine create unheard cutting-edge sounds for you.

FX
The effect section is a sound source in its own right. The Spacializer, a delay-based pitch resonator, can generate an additional synth layer per wave-guide synthesis. In unison mode, this can extend to modal synthesis: lush sounds, consisting up to 16 partials with individual attack- and release-times.
Besides the typical specialties like Comb and Vowel, the Multi-Mode filter dishes up a polyphonic AutoPan, the super-evil Dirt HP/BP/LPs, a Delay and our best Reverb yet. These rare spices will add a distinct taste of utmost clarity to your precious produce.

Modulation
The sole focus of modulation lies on the diversity of the 16 synthvoices. As freely definable layers of sound, they can unfold a vast scenery of sound.
The Envelopes show off polyphonic parameter modulation, free slopes and loops: assign different envelope times per voice for the In Sound from Way Out.
The ARP is interwoven with the two oscillators: a rhythm/melody generator selecting voices. The ARP can also be triggered via Clock or LFO Collision.

Sounds & Presets
More than 450 presets only give a glimpse of the sonic full potential. Aparillo will accelerate your imagination, and soon you will create the most stunning sounds with just a few clicks.
Check out the demo sounds! DavidF, French sound designer and 3D artist (who created the nanobot for the video and many great presets) even made a mini album, with Aparillo as the only sound generator. Make sure you heard these!


"I remember sitting in cinema chairs, and that bass was so defined and the trebles were so silver. I think I achieved a synth that gives me exactly this." Rico Baade
"I've nicknamed it the cinematic machine. Everytime I randomize the Orbiter on a preset it reminds me of some movie - from fantasy to mystery to horror. It's like a digital version of the Apprehension Engine." Tom Cosm

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