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Cosmosf Saturn 7

Synth Plugin by sonicLAB
Cosmosf Saturn 7
Cosmosf Saturn 7
Cosmosf Saturn 7 by sonicLAB is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
System Requirements
Windows7.0 or greater
System Requirements
OS X 9 or greater
Copy Protection
Customized Per Customer
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Cosmosf Saturn 7 is an advanced stochastic synthesiser instrument. It can generate events on multiple time scales and assign individual synthesis engines on each of them accessible by the user. The distribution process of these events can be defined among various stochastic functions deciding the onset time and duration of the meso events and the micro events distributed in these meso events. The transition between deterministic patterns and fully random behavior can be gradual and continuous gestures. Cosmosf Saturn 7S and also render its output in 3rd order ambisonic format distributed in spatial space with various functions on the meso event level individually.

Further details and videos can be reached at sonicLAB site.

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Discussion: Active
8 June 2019 at 3:50pm

This looks great but I'm not sure if it's worth the price to me as something that could just be a novelty or used to produce "weird random sounding soundscape in the background of a track" that would normally be made by experimenting with any old bunch of synths and effects and overlaying them.

27 September 2019 at 4:01pm

It doesn't help that, afaik, there's no demo. Or did I miss that?

It seems to have a reaktor-ish type of sound (which is a good thing).

beyond that, it looks quite tricksy to use...

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