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This feed covers everything Multiphonics CV-1—news, content, performances, software updates, and more.

2021–12–21 ⚓︎ Venus Theory tutorial 9—Advanced Uses of the Sequencer Modules

Following our tutorial on Synchronization, where the basics of the Sequencer modules were covered, we now look at more advanced uses of these modules. We explore different ways in which the sequencers can be used to create complex modulation signals to control parameters from other modules such as the ADSR, Filters, VCA, Glide and more. Building on these ideas, you will be able to experiment and create rich, exotic, and surprising patches.

Download the multiphonics CV-1 patch Battery Acid discussed in this tutorial. 

If you haven't already, give Multiphonics CV-1 a spin with our free trial.


2021–12–20 ⚓︎ LPG Monosynth—Thiago Pinheiro jams with Multiphonics CV-1

Straight from his Brazil HQ, Thiago Pinheiro gave the new Multiphonics CV-1 1.1 update a spin and came out with this groggy track with patches utilizing the brand new LPG (Low Pass Gate) module. We hope you'll enjoy it! Multiphonics CV-1 patches used in this video: LPG Monosynth and Synthwave LPG Seq.

Today's the best time to download Multiphonics CV-1's free trial version and experiment with it!


2021–10–15 ⚓︎ Data Broth Multiphonics CV-1 Live Stream 1 and 2

Check out YouTuber Data Broth's Multiphonics CV-1 live streams on his YouTube channel.

 

Data Broth Multiphonics CV-1 Live Stream 2 (October 14, 2021)

Download Multiphonics CV-1 patches made during this live stream.

 

Data Broth Multiphonics CV-1 Live Stream 1 (July 8, 2021)

Download Multiphonics CV-1 patches made during this live stream.

 


2021–10–14 ⚓︎ Data Broth Multiphonics CV-1 Live Stream 2

YouTuber Data Broth will live stream a Multiphonics CV-1 performance on YouTube this thursday, October 14, 2021 at 2PM EST / 11AM PST

This performance will be highlighting the two new modules available in the free 1.1 update—the ladder filter and the low pass gate modules.

Patches created will be available for download here on this feed sometimes after the stream along with the video replay.

 

 

Make sure you set your reminder here:

Data Broth Multiphonics CV-1 live stream

 

 


2021–10–13 ⚓︎ Venus Theory tutorial 8—The Low Pass Gate Module

In this tutorial, we take a look at the Low Pass Gate module which borrows ideas from the world of west coast synthesis. This module is similar to a VCA but with low-pass filter behaviour which allows one to vary simultaneously the volume and brightness of a sound. It is a great option to spice-up your patches.

If you haven't already, give Multiphonics CV-1 a spin with our free trial.


2021–10–13 ⚓︎ Venus Theory tutorial 7—The Filter Modules

In this tutorial, we explore filtering inside of Multiphonics CV-1 using the State Variable Filter and Ladder Filter modules. Filtering is a core part of sound synthesis and these versatile modules cover a huge range of options. in this video we will review the different type of filters and how they work and give you a few ideas to try in your patches.

If you haven't already, give Multiphonics CV-1 a spin with our free trial.


2021–10–12 ⚓︎ UPDATED v1.1—Multiphonics CV-1 modular synthesizer plug-in

The free version 1.1 update enhances Multiphonics' module library with two brand-new modules, a versatile Low-Pass Gate (LPG) which borrows ideas from West Coast synthesis, and a Ladder Filter, an East Coast synthesis staple found in some of the most popular vintage subtractive synths. This update is complemented with 15 exciting new patches featuring these two modules in a wide range of contexts.

Watch the Multiphonics CV-1 upgrade trailer video here:

Check out the Multiphonics CV-1 product page.


2021–10–07 ⚓︎ Control Denied—Yves Frulla's take with the Multiphonics CV-1

Yves Frulla wrote this little cinematic piece with Multiphonics CV-1 and jams it out at the AAS HQ. We hope you'll enjoy it!

Today's the best time to download Multiphonics CV-1's free trial version and experiment with it!


2021–08–26 ⚓︎ Multiphonics CV-1 Tips & Tricks—Delay as a Karplus-Strong oscillator

Check out this cool Multiphonics CV-1 tips & tricks by Adam Pietruszko. In this video, Adam Pietruszko presents an interesting usage of the Delay module. Using a very short variable delay time and feedback, he shows how the delay module can be used to implement the Karplus-Srong algorithm and be turned into a plucked-string oscillator.

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2021–08–26 ⚓︎ Venus Theory tutorial 6—Synchronization and the Clock modules

Multiphonics CV-1 Tutorial 6—Synchronization & the Clock modules

In this tutorial, we take a look at synchronization and the use of the Clock modules. You will learn how to synchronize modules inside a patch for the creation of rhythmic or melodic sequences. You will also learn how to synchronize different elements of your patches with the tempo of your DAW.

If you haven't already, give Multiphonics CV-1 a spin with our free trial.


2021–08–26 ⚓︎ Super Hot Summer Sale 2021 Ends Soon

The AAS Super Hot Summer Sale is ending soon! During our Super Hot Summer Sale, Multiphonics CV-1 is $79.

Our best offers are on our bundles: 50% Off on The Integral, Modelling Collection, and Libraries—all representing tremendous value. Also check out our custom offers to complete your collection.

 


2021–08–26 ⚓︎ Heatwave—Thiago Pinheiro jams with Multiphonics CV-1

Thiago Pinheiro gave Multiphonics CV-1 a spin and came out with this cool mosaic of sounds. Multiphonics CV-1 patches used in this video: FM Fat Chorus, Bleepy Dreams, Crushed To Bits, Heatwaves, Alarmist, Veloseq, Crusty Pad Pizza, Casserole, Wonly Bass Seq, Fog of War, Oceansize, Royal Seal.


2021–08–25 ⚓︎ Adam Pietruszko reconstructs his Multiphonics CV-1 patch, Tension Drummers

Adam Pietruszko reconstructs and comments on some of his Multiphonics CV-1 patch named Tension Drummers. This patch is available in the Multiphonics CV-1 factory library for you to enjoy, study, and experiment on. There's more to come so subscribe to our YouTube page if you don't want to miss anything!


2021–07–11 ⚓︎ No Carrier—Thiago Pinheiro jams with Multiphonics CV-1

Thiago Pinheiro gave Multiphonics CV-1 a spin and came out with this completely off-the-wall monster. Multiphonics CV-1 patches used in this video: No Carrier, Gamma Ray, Even Horizons, Robotron, The Arpeggio, Stereo Koto


2021–06–22 ⚓︎ Super Hot Summer Sale 2021

Summer is here and it’s time for sizzling deals! During our Super Hot Summer Sale, Multiphonics CV-1 is $79.

You can also get up to 50% on all orders from our web store. Our best offers are on our bundles: The Integral, Modelling Collection, and Libraries—all representing tremendous value. 


2021–05–20 ⚓︎ Venus Theory tutorial 5 released—Control Voltage

Multiphonics CV-1 Tutorial 5—Control Voltage

CV or Control Voltage is a key concept of modular synthesis. In this tutorial, we review the main types of CV signals available in Multiphonics (gates, triggers, LFO, envelope, pitch, velocity), how they behave, and how they can be used to modulate parameters of the different modules.

If you haven't already, give Multiphonics CV-1 a spin with our free trial.


2021–04–27 ⚓︎ Adam Pietruszko reconstructs three of his Multiphonics CV-1 patches

Adam Pietruszko reconstructs and comments on some of his Multiphonics CV-1 patches in this Reconstruction Series. Those patches are available in the Multiphonics CV-1 factory library for you to enjoy, study, and experiment on. There's more to come so subscribe to our YouTube page if you don't want to miss anything!

 


2021–04–27 ⚓︎ Venus Theory tutorial series released

Multiphonics CV-1 Tutorial 1—Getting Started

In this tutorial, you will learn the basics of patching in Multiphonics by creating a simple synthesizer based on subtractive synthesis.

 

Multiphonics CV-1 Tutorial 2—The Objeq Filter Module

The Objeq Filter module allows one to process a signal through acoustic objects such as a string, plate, drumhead, membrane, beam, and bar. This tutorial will teach you how to get the best out of this powerful module.

 

Multiphonics CV-1 Tutorial 3—The VCA Module

A VCA is an essential module in a modular rack. In this tutorial, you will learn about two important roles the VCA can play in a patch. First, how the VCA can be used to control the amplitude of an audio signal and then how it can add expression to a patch by controlling the amplitude of a modulation.

 

Multiphonics CV-1 Tutorial 4—The Delay Module

A Delay is another deceptively simple module which can be used in surprising ways. In this tutorial, we first go over the basics and show how to use the module to delay an audio signal. You will learn how to use feedback loops in order to obtain interesting echo effects and how to use the module to create stereo movements in your patches. We then look at how the module can be used to delay CV signals thereby adding motion to modulations. We conclude this tutorial with an example inspired from physical modeling in which the module is used in a waveguide-like manner and becomes a pitched sound source.

 

If you haven't already, give Multiphonics CV-1 a spin with our free and fully functional trial.

 


2021–04–26 ⚓︎ AAS releases the brand-new Multiphonics CV-1 modular synthesizer

Applied Acoustics Systems announces today the release of the Multiphonics CV-1 modular synthesizer for macOS and Windows—a brand new space for exploration, experimentation, creation, learning, and fun.

 

Watch the Multiphonics CV-1 trailer video here:

 

Watch a Multiphonics CV-1 overview by Venus Theory