Arturia – Synclavier V STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3, AAX (x86/x64)

Arturia – Synclavier V STANDALONE, VSTi, VSTi3, AAX (x86/x64) | 309 MB

The original Synclavir is a digital synthesizer that combines several synthesis options: additive, FM,
as well as the so-called Timbre Frame – in fact it is a resynthesis technology based on the combination of arbitrary microsamples into a chain, in an arbitrary sequence.
Synclavier was actually created as a computer based on a 16-bit microprocessor, which was connected to a simple five-octave keyboard.
The tools used are Michael Jackson, Steve Wander, Sting, Frank Zappa, Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Oscar Peterson, Tony Banks, Mark Knopfler and many others.
Hollywood composer Alan Silvestri with the help of Synclavier created music for the films "Cat’s Eye" and "Predator".
The basis of sound formation in Synclavier is the Partial Timbre method. Each such partial tone can have its own timbre character. A complete sound is created by combining several such components.
The prototype used four partial tones, while the virtual instrument uses 12 partial tones.
The possibilities of sound generation of a virtual instrument are almost endless, but, of course, for their realization, a lot of work needs to be done.
Some idea of ​​the potential of the tool can be made from the factory presets, of which a huge amount is recorded, but they also cover far from the whole range of its capabilities.
Some presets show precisely the complex chains of samples, with a multifaceted and lengthy “sweep” of the timbre. In general, as always, it all depends on the fantasy and perseverance of the musician.

System requirements:
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: 2.5 GHz

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