Or as S4 puts it: "A Virtual Analog Synthesizer duplicating Analog Synthesizer."
I'm not sure what the fuck that means, but in a world full of virtual analog synths you need to bring something new to the table.
Euryphraynx looks like it achieves that nicely, with a modulation matrix! S4 might not be very good at English, but they managed to put together my favorite phrase. Euryphraynx was an instant buy for me as soon as I saw "modulation matrix" on iTunes!
I encountered my first bug immediately, with hung MIDI notes from my keyboard and no panic button! The interface is kind of finicky too. However there is a lot to recommend this besides the mod matrix. Both of the two oscillators can morph between two different waveforms, and there are 24 waveforms to choose from! There is also an elaborate Mod Sequencer, with 14 different parameters that can be sequenced individually.
This is a Virtual Analog Synthesizer duplicating Analog Synthesizer. 4-Voice Polyphonic Synthesizer. Eurypharynx is a 4-Voice Polyphonic Virtual Analog Synthesizer. Basically it models features after Analog Synthesizer.
But more importantly, it combines the following five remarkable features.
- In each OSC, you can select two waveforms and also morph them.
- Flexible patching operation is available with Matrix Patching.
- Alter numerous parameters sequentially with Modulation Sequencer.
- Intuitive performance is available with XY Pad Control.
- It is possible to save up to 256 patches.