Thesis is a granular delay, housing a pitch shifter MIDI features, LFO modulation and imaging tools. It's capable of doing very fragmented sounds. Or feels right at home adding just a hint of air to your sound.
The goal was to create a plugin that instantly bonds the user to the controls. Making it a plugin that finds its way into your songs and not your trash.
The benefit of granular synthesis is that it's relatively light on the CPU. Light as it is already using discrete mathematical functions. Given there's enough support for this project, the capabilities will extend to new grounds.
Thesis 1.4 is now available in the registered users area, it has an all new keyboard and MIDI integrated preset manager. That allows the user to change presets musically. And manage them with great ease.
There's a free demo, which is a non-nagging, non-expiring version. With the limitation that it doesn't hold presets. So, if you like to try it out, or was dubbing it anyway, grab the demo.