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Superbooth 2018: Audio Damage Quanta

Bedroom Producers Blog got a preview of Audio Damage's next app, Quanta, at Superbooth!

Developer Chris Randall introduces us to this extremely stylish looking new granular synth, which should arrive on iOS, macOS, and Windows in June.

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Audio Damage Quanta granular virtual synthesizer demo at Superbooth 2018. Quanta is a forthcoming granular virtual instrument for Windows, MacOS, and iOS. The expected release date is June 2018.

More info: https://bedroomproducersblog.com/

May 10, 2018  | person_outline Tim Webb
It'd be cool to hear the synth lol.
May 10, 2018  | person Megalow
Didn’t know about their pricing strategy between desktop and iOS. Makes quite a bit of sense to me as primarily an iOS user. On one hand, 8USD does sound pretty good for one of the few AUv3 synths which support MPE. And 80USD doesn’t sound too bad when compared to the main MPE synths on desktop. Cheaper than Equator, Falcon, Strobe2, The Legend, Aalto and Kaivo, Poly-Ana, PPG synths (Infinite Pro, Phonem, WaveGenerator, WaveMapper), u-he synths (Bazille, Ace, Diva, Hive, Repro-5)… About the same price as Softube Modular. Synthmaster 2.9 and Synthmaster One can be cheaper, depending on the deal you get. In a way, Addiction and Infinity from Stagecraft might be the cheapest MPE synths you can get on Windows and macOS.
Looks like a feature-packed synth. I wish I liked granular more. I just don't. Not sure why. Always sounds exactly like what I avoid. It sounds like the worst pitch-shifters of the 90's-- turned into a center stage effect. Still, it is intriguing.
On May 11, 2018 - @stub said:
Looks like a feature-packed synth. I wish I liked granular more. I just don't. Not sure why. Always sounds exactly like what I avoid. It sounds like the worst pitch-shifters of the 90's-- turned into a center stage effect. Still, it is intriguing.

LOL! While I disagree personally, I get what you mean.
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