Max for Cats has released Bengal, a semi-modular synth for Ableton Live and Max 4 Live producers.
Bengal is “a sound designer’s dream”, combining the textural intricacy of FM with the freeform approach of a modular system.
Bengal features four operators, eight voices of polyphony, six audio effects and a flexible modulation architecture centred on an interactive virtual patchbay.
Each of Bengal’s four operators generates its waveform using a bank of 20 editable or a wavetable (over 40 are included). Also, every operator includes independent ADSR envelopes with Curve shaping and optional Looping options.
Bengal offers two multimode resonant filters: Filter 1 with five switchable types and Filter 2 with that can be placed after Filter 1 in the signal flow or fed in parallel with it, and morphs smoothly between Lowpass, Bandpass, Highpass and Notch types.
The graphical interface is nicely designed, giving you the control over all its parameters.
Bengal works with Ableton Live (version 9.5 or higher) and Max for Live. You can download it from Ableton website for 49 EUR.
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