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FM Synthesiser by EverythingTurns
SyChrome by EverythingTurns is Soundware (samples or presets that load into other products) for macOS and Windows.
System Requirements
Reaktor Required.
System Requirements
Reaktor Required.
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SyChrome is a six operator multi-wave additive FM synth with extensive modulation and filtering capabilities.

Each operator has two waveform modes, Pure-Parabolic Sine or Triangle-Bipolar Pulse, the pure sine and triangle waves can be FM modulated, the parabolic and bipolar waves can be shaped by altering the waves symmetry and are not affected by FM.

In each mode, the FM and none FM waveforms can be crossfaded allowing the fundamental frequency of the operator to remain present in the signal when producing extreme FM modulation.

Each of the 6 operators can be switched into the main mix and also used as carrier/modulator at the same time, allowing very complex and diverse waveform generation.

A Multi-Wave FM LFO is used for adding modulation to the operators, it also has an effect on the filters and effects, both LFO's work identical and can interact with each other producing complex modulation waveforms.

Full details of SyChrome and its capabilities are available at the ET website.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By psyyps
April 17, 2020

This synth is good, powerful and complex, I liked the pan on each operator, and the two LFO
an excellent reaktor ensemble, which I will use in my future tracks.

A negative point the automations are not easy to do the cc are not all named.

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