A few days ago NUSofting has released Sinnah, a free virtual synthesizer plugin based on a single complex oscillator that includes five waveshapes with harmonics level for all waveshapes, increasing spectral complexity, noise level, and a delay matrix.
You can use the “Delay Matrix” to add multiple slapback echoes or configure it from a “triple chorus” per voice to highly randomized resonators, or tuned relatively to the note you play.
The feedback control of the “Matrix” can be modulated by its own envelope and can go from zero to extremely saturated. Also, you will find a stereo spread knob, this mean that the output of each voice is in stereo.
The main analogue modelled ADSR envelope from Sinnah free synth plugin can be used to modulate the waveshape selection or/and the harmonics level.
Besides the Delay Matrix and the ADSR Envelope, Sinnah plugin also features a subtractive stereo filter to carve the spectrum of the sound, very similar with an equalizer, including three filters: high-pass, low-pass, and band reject (notch).
The graphical user interface of the Sinnah is vectorial and resizeable, featuring an oscilloscope and peak meters.
The presets files use the YAML format, very easy to read and edit as you want.
The developer also announced a paid “Sinnah Pro” version in the near future that will include more features. If you want to express your opinion and have ideas for new features to be included in the PRO version, you can do this on the developer’s forum.
Sinnah is now available for free download via NUSofting website for Windows and MAC OS (32-bit/64-bit, VST, AU plugin formats).
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