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sonicLAB releases Thermo2 Double Precision Version

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sonicLAB has announced the release of the (64-bit) double precision version of Thermo2, its self-organizing synthesizer based on principles of thermodynamics. This version is free for registered users of Thermo2.

sonicLAB explains:

Harnessing the power of full double precision audio processing, sonicLAB ensures that the mathematical backbone driving the unique thermodynamic principles operates with dedicated accuracy.

Double precision allows for a vast improvement in the calculations of trigonometric, exponential, or logarithmic functions— the core elements that fuel the organic sonic emergence within Thermo2.

This heightened level of precision means that the feedback lines within this sonic ecosystem are more intricately woven, leading to a richer and more complex aural tapestry.

As this new version puts additional load to the CPU, users will have access both to the standard and double precision version, the way it fits to their system.

Thermo2 retail price is 109 Euros. It can be purchased here.

For Thermo1 users the update costs 22 Euros and it gives a new licence of Thermo2, which can be purchased here.

Thermo2 comes in VST3, AU and standalone formats both for OS X and Windows 64-bit systems. It is also native Apple Silicon compatible. Both the standard and double precision version is included.

Thermo2 is also available within the sonicLAB Oscillator Bundle (Thermo2 + Fundamental3) for 183Euros. It can be purchased here.

Authorisation needs and iLok account. Options are iLok USB dongle, iLok Cloud or directly the host computer.

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