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Easy access to all functionalities
High-level control with Macro parameters
A comprehensive library of top-notch modules
Easy synchronization with your DAW
Direct access to MIDI control and expression signals
An inspiring library of patches by top sound designers
Thorough documentation and tutorial series
With its simple interface, Multiphonics provides a brand new space for exploration, experimentation, creation, learning, and fun.
Modular synthesis is about exploring extraordinary soundscapes, and Multiphonics will guide you into this mind-bending journey.
Experience the challenge and satisfaction of nailing down your sonic ideas, and the sheer joy and excitement of discovering unexpected sounds.
Multiphonics is an elaborate sound design platform for the seasoned patch designer. Straightforward and cleverly designed, it provides a quick path to the realization of your sonic ideas.
Multiphonics is simple and user-friendly. Thoroughly documented and complemented by a collection of video tutorials, it is a great learning tool for those new to the world of modular synthesis.
Multiphonics was built from the ground up with patching flexibility in mind. With modules designed to work together, it provides a consistent experience.
We have assembled a fine team of seasoned patch designers to put together this surprising collection of patches: Adam Pietruszko, Benoit Charland, Christian Laffitte, Clifton Develle Cameron, David Kristian, Eric Thibeault, Gabriel Vigliensoni, Hugo Léger, Niall McCallum, Philippe Dérogis, Richard Veenstra, and Venus Theory.
Multiphonics CV‑1’s factory library covers a vast range of sounds which have been organized into fifteen categories: basses, chords, drone, generative, grainy, leads, percussions, rhythmic, sequences, sound effects, stabs, strings, sweeps, tuned and unclassifiable.
Richard Veenstra is a Dutch sound designer and composer currently based in Madrid, Spain. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Music from Prince Claus Conservatoire Groningen and a Master of Arts from HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, specializing in Composition in Contexts.
His blend of analog synthesizers, vintage tape machines, digital production techniques, and foley sound design techniques, lead to a signature sound, audible in all his works to date. Richard works for leading software and hardware musical instrument companies like Elektron, Ableton, Splice, Arturia, Native Instruments, Soniccouture, Loopmasters, Toontrack, UVI, and Applied Acoustics Systems, providing sound design, factory presets and sample libraries.
As a composer and producer, he works with internationally acclaimed artists, has released music on Hexagon Records, Universal Music, Spinnin’ Records, 49 REC., and Kostbar Musik. Richard has performed at various venues, festivals and spaces throughout Europe and The United States, such as Palais de Tokyo Paris, Berghain Berlin, Roundhouse London, Paradiso Amsterdam, and SIR Studios Los Angeles.
Richard is co-founder of German music library website Feature Music, has been teaching composition and sound design at conservatoires and music academies and co-developed the Experimental Sound curriculum at Deutsche Pop/University of West-London. As of 2020, Richard is also a member of music and sound design agency The Solos.
Hugo Léger is a Canadian video game sound designer, bass player and electroacoustician. He’s been experimenting, composing, and performing with modular synthesizers, circuit bent noise machines, and concrete sounds for 20 years since his studies in electroacoustic at Concordia university. For the last 8 years he’s been recording Foley and designing custom SFX for Thief and the Tomb Raider trilogy video games.
David Kristian is a music-maker, film score composer and sound designer who has been involved in audio for media since the early 1980s. For over a decade, David Kristian has been mostly making sound and music for games, but he is still active as a music-maker, who's latest release is Relevance and Serendipity, a classic Berlin School synthesizer in 2020. Always musically reinventing himself, his latest projects are focused on a blend between eerie nostalgia and auditory illusions.
Christian Laffitte is a French musician and sound designer based in the South of France. He has been developing sounds for Dream, Arturia, Zoom, Applied Acoustics Systems, M-Audio, Avid to name a few. He also composed music for Sony video games trailers and for French TV channels and radio stations. As a keyboard player with a great interest in synthesis and new technologies, Christian Laffitte has put all his passion in music and sounds in the creation of Wejaam: a free music sequencer for smartphones and tablets.
Niall McCallum is the co-founder of ModeAudio—a small but passionately dedicated team of sound designers and music lovers based in the UK, specializing in music loops, samples, and bespoke preset design for some of the world’s best-loved music technology. Niall and his team's credits include a wide selection of drum and percussion samples that comes pre-packaged with FL Studio, and custom sound design for Native Instruments, Bitwig, Intua, and many others.
Adam Pietruszko is a sound designer and audio engineer from Poland. Even though he specializes in cinematic and avant-garde sound design, his expertise also covers genres ranging from electronica, experimental music, techno, IDM, Synthwave, EDM, and many others. Adam also teaches at the Academy of Audio Engineering and the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, Poland. He provides lectures on sound synthesis, acoustics, electroacoustics, digital audio theory, as well as electronic music and FX production. Visit his website to find out about his latest projects.
Working out of a remote home studio in rural Central Illinois, Cameron (aka Venus Theory) is a musician, sound designer, content creator, and coffee enthusiast. On his official YouTube channel, he teaches music production and sound design spanning a variety of genres. Cameron predominantly creates ambient music featuring soaring, expansive atmospheres, but also works in many styles as a producer and sound designer spanning from LoFi to Trap to Neurofunk and beyond.
Clifton Develle Cameron is a composer, sound designer, educator, and mixing engineer from Southern California. He began programming synthesizers at the age of 13. Clifton’s current focus is on an arts initiative, consulting agency, and synthesizer manufacturer called Pendulum Distinction. Recently he’s been working with Wolfgang Michalowicz on building the Solar System Modular Synthesizer. He records under the pseudonym Ars. Nova. Strata., which means “new environment.” At the moment, Clifton is mixing his debut Ethereal Academia to be followed by The Mosaic Pattern Noise.
*The minimum system requirements mentioned above are for standalone usage. For plug-in usage, please refer to your DAW software requirements (Cakewalk, Pro Tools, Cubase, Live, Digital Performer, Logic Pro, etc.).
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