OT - 100 Osc synth

Seems like pure madness, but I think I would have a smile on my face if I got a chance to play it :D

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  • Trent Rezner just bought it!!! ;)

  • Öhm. I am quite sure i don't want to see this thing as an iOS app.

  • Love it, another Mad Professor.
    I bet most of the cost was on those nice looking knobs.
    Im going to start patrioning if this is the result

  • @Looping_Loddar said:
    Öhm. I am quite sure i don't want to see this thing as an iOS app.

    I would think Audulus 3 could be used to create a mega OSC synth.

  • @Richtowns said:
    Love it, another Mad Professor.
    I bet most of the cost was on those nice looking knobs.
    Im going to start patrioning if this is the result

    I watched a few of his other videos, makes me want to go and buy a load of bread board and components and get the soldering iron out :D

  • That’d be 50 layers in LayR. :)

  • Photophore Synth has 100 oscillators, and while it sounds nothing like this monster, I think it produces sounds you could actually use. That thing sounds kind of like a vacuum cleaner or a hair dryer running through some FX pedals into a Tube amp to me. But yeah, I can see some people really liking this.

  • where did you see this?

    @Fruitbat1919 said:
    Trent Rezner just bought it!!! ;)

  • @Crawlingwind said:
    where did you see this?

    @Fruitbat1919 said:
    Trent Rezner just bought it!!! ;)

    Na just messing :p

  • @Richtowns said:
    I bet most of the cost was on those nice looking knobs.

    Wouldn't be the first guy to drop a lot of bread on some nice looking knobs.

  • @CracklePot That was the first app I thought of when I saw the title. Photophore is an amazing little synth. Just had a fun little jam with it using my new Launchpad Pro. loads of fun.

  • @gmslayton I really like it too. The particle system type interface is what drew me to it initially, but I think using particle swarm behavior to simulate analog drift is downright ingenious now that I've used it. It is way more effective than I had previously imagined.

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