Music software manufacturer Synapse Audio has released a new virtual synthesizer Dune 3, which is based on the popular plugin Dune 2 and is equipped with an expanded set of functions and settings.
The synthesizer got redesigned and supplemented sections of filters / effects, new routing modes and a double arpeggiator. The plugin uses advanced oscillators that support VA, FM, Wavetable synthesis and have their own modulation settings. The table-wave editor allows you to change and create waveforms by drawing and entering parameters, while the ability to export them for use in third-party plugins is available.
For sound processing, Dune 3 offers effects such as Distortion, Chorus, Phaser, EQ, Delay, Reverb and the newly – developed program Shimmer Hall. The features of the plugin include: two main stacks with 32 oscillators in each, white and pink noise generators, 3 low-frequency LFO oscillators, two FX bus master, 4 graphic envelopes, 8-voice unison section, a set of 1000 factory presets. Synapse Audio Dune 3 plug-in is compatible with Maschine and Komplete Kontrol S controllers from Native Instruments and supports control via NKS Protocol. The program is available in VST/ AU/ AAX formats and costs $ 180, and here we look How to save money when buying a new IPhone
“What do you think is the best way to get started? How do you develop your own sound? Maybe it comes with time?»
— Darian Garmiani
I think the best way to get started is to watch video tutorials on YouTube and download examples to see how other people create music. I’m still doing that.
The development of your own sound takes a very long time. Often we try to imitate the style of other musicians and, I think, in the process we achieve our own sound. It is very useful to have people around who can give an objective assessment of your creativity.