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sonicLAB releases Thermo for iOS


sonicLAB has released Thermo for iOS (available on the iOS Appstore as standalone and AUv3).

Thermo is a self regulating hyper oscillator engine inspired by thermodynamic systems.

They say:

Thermo extends the classical oscillator concept, it is a generative synthesizer at the waveform level, which does not express only static / interference waveforms but also an evolution of a sonic structure by internal communication and its actions inside certain controllable margins.

The oscillator of Thermo establishes its own engine environment and begin its signal path with a waveform generator (pure mathematical, not samples nor optimized tables) rendering basic waveforms and capable of morphing in between. The 4 oscillators of the Thermo are in continuous interaction sending each other their signals thanks to a 4X4 feedback matrix.

Many type of changes in this system are introduced by the stochastic modulators which sonicLAB is known for and also by the user through some perturbations called the injections into the system. Each oscillator engine continuously checks its environment conditions and takes decisions, "self regulates", in reaction to these changes applied.

The result is unique never ending and never repeating drone synthesis, pure organic textures for electronic music; and hours can easily pass with experimenting on Thermo.

For external control, it comes with MPE support and sonicLAB high resolution rotary encoder MIDI mapping feature as on the desktop version.

Price: $99. Thermo iOS version is identical to the desktop version and is available on the iOS Appstore as standalone and AUv3 for $22.99.

YouTube videos on Thermo are available here



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