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Sophia by Audiobulb is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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Sophia excels in creating intriguing ambiences and modulated sound effects.

The initial sound generation results from the accumulation of 4 oscillators and a sub-harmonic wave table. Multiple stages of delay and reverb combine with various low pass / band pass filtering controlled by an LFO network. In addition, two separate low pass filters are after the output stage of channels 1/3 2/4 respectively. All sound processing & signal generation is connected to the master LFO network (parameter blast-m). The LFO network makes it easy to modulate any key parameter without using external MIDI controller modulation. However, all of ABV4 Sophia's parameters are controllable via MIDI control change messages.

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Average user rating of 3.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By mystahr
November 27th, 2004

I'll just be short as there are little things that could be said to grasp what this odd synth does. But what it does it sure as heck does pretty good. I only had one run on it without really checking what each button does (which imo is barely readable I think anyhow) and just tweaked away. This is a pure texture and ambient machine that will lay out great carpets with a bit of mangling (and I guess a bit more understanding of the workings).

And that exactly is what this machine wants you to do; mangling and tweaking. Now to hook it up to some midi-controlled knobs and away you go. Ranging from random noise to lfo-ed scenery's to just screaming mayhem.

A wild beast not easily captured, but since I'm a huge fan of noise this was a joy playing with.

About the GUI; it is very hard to make out the names for the multiple adjustable parameters (which in a sense didnt bother me as the GUI looks pretty cool too).

One thing though; this will eat CPU like a hungry cow so pre-recording is the only way to use it within arrangements. I didn't really mind though.....

As the manual itself concludes:
"the best way to understand is to just spend time twiddling the display parameters and listening to the sounds."

Now start twiddling
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