A synthesiser for dark textures and expansive pads
Designed for versatile dark ambient and cinematic sound design, Wraith is a synthesiser for pads, drones and synthetic textures. Fill out the background of your production with an expansive pad, or create tension with an atonal drone, or even write a whole underscore sequence using Wraith. This VST/AU synthesiser combines unsettling textures and drones with tranquil atmospheres.
Wraith is made up of 230 synthetic instruments which are arranged into three categories: drones, tonal pads, and textures. This massive collection of instruments range from bleak and dissonant to ethereal and serene. As well as these instruments, any of the 80 included presets can be effortlessly customised using Mirage, the sample-based synthesis engine that powers Wraith. With it, you can mix three different layers, apply LFOs, envelopes, filters and a whole rack of effects to create the exact unique sound that you need.
Cinematic Synth based on Smooth Synth Strings and Choirs
Bring new lush atmospheric dimensions to your productions with Phoenix, a sound design VST/AU synth. This instrument is based on a set of smooth synthetic strings and choir samples. These can be used to create wide strings backdrops and ethereal choirs instantly. Phoenix takes these sounds to the next level with the sample-based synthesis engine that powers it, Mirage. With it, you can process the instruments in three separate audio layers, with envelopes, LFOs, filters, and a whole rack of effects.
The result is a sound design tool perfect for creating cinematic pads, keys and basses, and for easy underscoring. Examples of such sounds are included in the 80 production-ready presets that come with the product. These are broken into five categories: basses, keys, leads, pads and sound effects.
Obelisk makes it effortless to write chord progressions and explore new harmonies for your melodic lines. This VST/AU plugin transforms each MIDI note that you play into a harmony that (optionally) matches the key and scale of your track.
Music theory knowledge is not required. The structure of the harmony is created by selecting intervals on the right of the GUI, or by loading up one of the many chord presets. By pressing a few notes on your keyboard, you can create the harmonic basis of your new track.
Obelisk works with any of your synths or samplers. Just set up your DAW to send MIDI from Obelisk into your synth. Please see the requirements to see if your DAW is compatible (most are!).