Applied Acoustics Systems releases version 2.2 of the Multiphonics CV-2 modular synthesizer

Montreal, Quebec—April 23, 2024—Applied Acoustics Systems announces the official release of version 2.2 of its Multiphonics CV-2 modular synthesizer for macOS and Windows.

This new version, a thematic update dedicated to pitch and dynamics, brings five new modules to the Multiphonics library: a pitch detector, a pitch shifter, an envelope follower, an RMS extractor, and a useful arithmetic module. The update also includes 30 new factory synthesizer and effects patches highlighting these new modules.

“With these additions to our modular library, our aim was to broaden the scope of the FX version which was introduced with Multiphonics CV-2” says Benoit Charland, lead product manager at Applied Acoustics Systems, “These new modules were specifically designed to create volume and pitch effects such as compressors, expanders, limiters, auto-filters, tracking filters, auto-tuning, harmonizers, and pitch shifters. They open up a whole new world of creative possibilities as is showcased in the new patches which we had a lot of fun creating for this update in collaboration with sound designer and long-time collaborator Adam Pietruskzo.“

This so-called dynamic pitch update is free of charge for registered Multiphonics CV-2 users and is available directly from the AAS user portal. Multiphonics CV-2 is available at the suggested retail price of US$149. Multiphonics CV-2 runs on both macOS and Windows in 64-bit host sequencers that support the VST2, VST3, Audio Units, and AAX Native formats.

33% Off and More Special Promotion

To mark the release of the dynamic pitch update we offer, until May 13 2024, special pricing on Multiphonics CV-2 products.

The discounts are as follows:

Multiphonics CV-2 modular synthesizer

About Applied Acoustics Systems

Applied Acoustics Systems (AAS) was founded in 1998 and is based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. As a privately-held company, it specializes in software-based synthesis tools for professional musicians and sound designers. Since releasing Tassman, the first virtual instrument based on physical modeling, AAS has come to be recognized as the industry leader in this exciting new field of synthesis.


Eric Thibeault
Product Specialist