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4 Sine Wave Oscillator Synth, "Sines" for Desktop from Cherry Audio

edited October 13 in Desktop

Cherry Audio's new synth is called "Sines" and here's their description:

"Sines is a sensational and innovative original polyphonic synthesizer. Employing four sine-wave oscillators, Sines utilizes diverse waveshaping methods to bend these pure waveforms into infinitely variable and complex shapes. When combined with its wide-ranging modulation capabilities and effects, users can create a distinctive array of unique timbres ranging from the sublime to sizzling."

The first sounds I heard sounded very thin and harsh, but I downloaded the demo for macOS and was impressed with the range this one offers. I recommend at least getting the demo and hearing it for yourself. It's a bit like a blend of both an Oberheim and a Moog synth. It's very interesting.

https://cherryaudio.com/products/sines

Here's a demo from Tim Shoebridge:

And as always, I have no financial arrangement or deal with Cherry Audio to promote their software... I just happen to like most of it.

Comments

  • All presets play through:

  • Review by some guy wearing a geometric rabbit mask:

  • Now, that I found that factory presets folder, I realized I can probably replicate Sines using Nambu. Sines does sound really good, I'm glad I got it.

  • @auxmux said:
    Now, that I found that factory presets folder, I realized I can probably replicate Sines using Nambu. Sines does sound really good, I'm glad I got it.

    I'm pretty happy to have both also.

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