SYNTHiC4TE | April 15 2015 | 158 MB
Twin detunable waveform generators: blend between pure sines and erratic, complex eBow guitar strings. Three independent distortion types under LFO and envelope control for moving, shifting, evolving harmonic spectra Perfect for high-energy, aggressive synth sounds, or subtler tones with an unusual, airy edge Uproar takes the classic subtractive synth architecture, turns it on its head, beats it up and calls its mother nasty names. The principle behind it is simple: instead of taking a complex, harmonically-rich waveform and progressively filtering it, Uproar starts with smoother waves and progressively distorts them – messing them up with saturation, distortion and bitcrushing modules until they reach whatever point of complexity you want. In doing so, it imparts a whole new character to ‘typical’ synth tones, and drifts easily into territory that a typical subtractive synth can’t really reach.