2getheraudio has released OpZilla, a 64 algorithm FM synthesizer with sampled attacks, selectable waveforms, multi-operator feedback and other unique features "designed to create synth sounds you won't find anywhere else".
Taking the next step in FM synthesis, OpZilla also provides loopable envelopes, flexible LFOs and rich built-in effects, all in a single screen interface which negates the need for cumbersome menu diving. The result, says 2getheraudio, is a monster of an FM synth for producers and musicians of all styles of music.
Released as a software virtual instrument plugin, it is available for purchase today under 2getheraudio's Pay-What-You-Want (minimum $10) business model.
OpZilla comes with over 150 sounds in 10 categories including Basses, Bells, Brass, Keys, Leads, Pads, Plucks, Motion, Effects and Percussion. Users will find FM classics such as pearly FM pianos, punchy FM basses and bright FM bells as well as motion patches, warm pads, proud leads, brass stabs and more. Sound designers will appreciate OpZilla's single screen user interface which fits all controls in an organized layout for quick and easy editing. The interface can also be resized for small to large displays.
Jennifer Hruska, CEO of 2getheraudio, says:
Our lead engineer and accomplished keyboard player, Patrice Tarabbia, has been wanting to build an FM synth for some time now. His idea to add sampled attacks and additional algorithm routings was spot on. The sounds you can get from OpZilla are definitely a step above other FM synths out there.
OpZilla supports 64-bit VST, AU, AAX capable DAWs and runs as a Standalone instrument as well. It is MacOS and Windows compatible.