Looking for innovative, ground-breaking virtual instruments? Cherry Audio has released Voltage Modular, a cross-platform virtual modular synthesizer for OS X, and Windows supporting AU, VST2, VST3 and AAX plug-in formats, as well as stand-alone operation. Voltage Modular is designed to be the best sounding, most powerful and easy-to-use virtual modular instrument available.
For a limited time, customers can purchase Voltage Modular Core Package (70 modules, regularly $150) plus Misfit Audio Electro Drums package (15 modules, regularly $50), a total of 85 modules for the special introductory price of $150. In-Store purchase.
Check out this video to give you an overview. You will truly be amazed:
I took Voltage Modular for a spin in Mixcraft 8 and can report that the modules sound incredible (HQ 64-bit double precision math) with zero-latency. The work flow is genius. Drag n' drop, arrange, move modules in any configuration, save your favorite combinations of modules, opacity-flexible cables and six-way pop-up mults on all jacks. If you are not a synth freak and not well-versed in creating sounds (like me), there are hundreds of pristine-sounding neatly organized presets to choose from including Arps, Bass, Drums, Sequences, Lead and Polyphonic classic and vintage synths, SoundFX, Stabs and so many more.
Not just a virtual instrument! It is a complete virtual modular platform:
Voltage Modular is infinitely expandable. Using Voltage Modular Designer software, third-party developers are adding new modules every week, including world-reknown PSPaudioware, Misfit Audio, Vult and Autodafe. New modules (some free) automatically show up in the integrated module in-app store to install and purchase.
To learn more about Voltage Modular, listen to audio demos, download a free seven-day trial, or make a purchase, visit cherryaudio.com.