Overall: 1219 946 1197
30-Day: 1809; 7-Day: 1807; Yesterday: 2013
MUX Modular is a high-quality and flexible modular synth and effect plug-in.
MUX Modular can be a vintage synthesizer or a hi-tec sample player, it can be a multi-band compressor or a stereo reverb, and it can be so much more... You can do almost anything with it.
Detailed product info on mutools.com/mux-product.html
I bought this plugin (bundled with MuLab) during Black Friday. MUX Modular is very flexible and seems able to build almost any synthesizer or effect. It is easy to use and customize. I started to browse the Community Library, it contains useful examples, thanks to uploaders.
I do not understand why this plugin is almost unknown while it could generate sounds as good as those generated by Reaktor, Hyperion, Zebra, The Grid, MAX4Live, etc.Read Review
I tried the demo and I really love it!
if vst3 is not important to you, then it can be just perfect for you!
I think that I will buy it once it will have vst3 support.
I give it 4 stars till it will have vst3 support and then I will probably buy it and give it 5 stars ^_^.
This is by far the best and easiest to use synth I ever have used. Not only can it handle very complex patches, but also, it is very easy to understand and create them even at a beginner level.
I recommend this synth to anyone who can afford it.Read Review
*Stellar*. The MIDI routing and management is rock solid and fully flexible. Some complex vsti GUI's do not open properly in other DAW's/environments, or my chain of devices may cause crashes or timing errors in them (many arpeggiators and step sequencers running simultaneously), but MUX never misses a beat. I can develop entire live performance pieces inside a MUX and then open it reliably in any DAW, and it is ready to go. One of my best investments. Thank you MU!!!!!.Read Review
The MUX is a VST synth with modular structure that's around for quite some time now but it seems as if it has gone under the radar so far and wasn't recognized much. So why do I give it such high marks though?
Well, apart from being a modular synth (which may sound offputting for some) MUX is quite easy to use and offers the option to assemble your own front panel for a synth with any parameters you like. So you don't have to dig into a jungle of parameters to create a sound. And if you need to go deeper - just open the (resizable) modular area and examine what's under the bonnet.
Since I don't want to bore you by listing the entire feature set of MUX (you may read about that in the manual and on the Mutools website) here are some highlights showing what's unique about it:
So - besides having great functionality - how does it sound? Well, any color you like I'd say: fat, lush, warm or cold digital; it's up to you in the end.
Is it expensive? Well, is 59 Euros too much for such a complete package making lots of other VST stuff obsolete? I know there are some folks out there calling it the bargain of the century.
Will it be supported in the future? The developer is in the business for years (if not decades) now and is one of the most responsive guys here at KVR I've come across so far. He always has an open ear for your problems and wishes and chances are good he will be doing so in the future - if some of us are going to spill some coins into his pockets from time to time.
Is there a demo version available? Yes there is - it's a fully functional version that will let you examine everything in full detail. The demo's just emitting a nag noise from time to time to remind you that MUX isn't freeware.
If you're interested in covering new ground in synth programmimg and/or are willing to learn something about sound synthesis you definitely should give the test drive a spin.