Harmor, let the tutorials begin! In this first tutorial the Guru explains why we say Harmor is an Additive / Subtractive Synthesizer.
So just what is Additive / Subtractive Synthesis?
The purpose of this video is to show that Harmor is based on an Additive Synthesis engine and the partials fed to the engine can be subtractively filtered/manipulated. This is why we call Harmor an Additive / Subtractive synthesizer.
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Harmor features a unique and modern additive synthesis engine that emulates classic subtractive synthesis as well, taking sound generation to the next level. Check the manual and see the development & demo videos at YouTube. To download and try the demo click here.
Additive / subtractive emulation - generating sounds not possible with traditional synthesis methods, including the ability to draw custom filter shapes, and offering precise control over every aspect of the sound conception.
Image & Audio Resynthesis - allowing a faithful, sampler-quality resynthesis of audio, not a vague sound-alike often met in additive synthesizers. Images too can be imported and turned into sound.
Envelopes and articulation - as originally seen in Image-Line's flagship synthesizer Sytrus, are taken to new levels of features, flexibility and GUI integration.
Sound creation - possibilities are endless, but not bewildering. Stutter, mangle, stretch, pitch and manipulate both audio and images beyond recognition.