Psychic Modulation's Metatron, designed specifically for the KVR Developer Challenge 2009, is a 2 oscillator analogue synthesizer with an arpeggiator that works alongside a gated modulation sequencer for creating unique rhythmic patterns and sounds.
The oscillator section uses waveforms that double up to create a phasing effect similar to pulse width, but for each waveform. This along with a powerful unison detune section and ring modulator give Metatron a rich, fat sound. With the addition of versatile graphical envelopes, LFOs and other modulation options, Metatron becomes an instrument that can create complex sounds, but at the same time keeps it simple without trying to do everything, making it a perfect 'go to' synth for one-finger basslines, rhythmic techno leads, spacey gated pads and other creative arpeggiated sequences.
- 2 phasing oscillators.
- Unison detune (up to 16 voices).
- Oscillator pitch drifting.
- Ring modulation.
- Graphical envelopes.
- Arpeggiator section.
- Sequencer section (16 steps, for gating as well as modulation).
- 3 LFOs.
- Dual stereo delay.
- Assignable modwheel and pitchwheel.
- 64 presets.
Metatron is available for Windows as a VST Instrument plug-in. Of course, as it was an entry in the Developer Challenge, it's free.