Gospel Musicians Pure Synth Platinum now available

August 27, 2014
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Originally on the map for their character-soaked Neo-Soul Rhodes virtual instrument, Gospel Musicians have released an all-around synthesizer platform called PureSynth Platinum, based on the same UVI Workstation platform as MOTU MachFive. Both acoustic and synthetic sounds, as well as a wide range of synthesis techniques, are well represented, and though the product is marketed towards modern urban pop, R&B, EDM, and trap music production, it's really versatile enough to be useful in any genre you please. In the video below, GM's Jamal Hartwell demonstrates. We promise to get our hands on a copy and schedule a full review ASAP. Scroll down for a product description by the company.
 
 
We give you a "pure synth" in which to create any sound imaginable, rather than just giving you rompler style static samples that you cannot tweak much. Worst of all, if you ever want new inspiration and new sounds, you have to keep buying a ton of expansion packs with more samples, when you'd rather create your own unique custom sounds with the software you already have.  We also  have professional synth programmers from around the world ready and willing to program new patches, for those of you who rather not worry about programming and just want to play.

Our goal with PSP was to create a very unique hybrid synthesizer and ROMpler combo that would act as a complete synthesizer rather than giving you just a sample based player where, in many cases, the effects, LFO, amp, and other synthesis techniques are "baked in" to the samples. Sure,with a ROMpler, you can tweak the sounds and add effects, but the control you have is limited. Conversely, a synthesizer gives you the raw analog and digital waveforms in which to tweak your own sounds and control the actual wave shaping parameters of the waveform. The bad thing about pure synthesis oscillators (wavetable, FM, analog, etc..) is that they are not good for acoustic type of sounds. This is where PSP comes in! You actually get all of the acoustic waveforms indicative of what samples offer as well as an amazing arsenal of digital and analog synthesis techniques: Analog, Wavetable, Superwave, FM, Transient/Drum, Sub Oscillator, and Noise Generator. All of these synthesis techniques are available to you per oscillator and you can mix and match synthesis and/or samples as you wish.

Combining synthesis and ROMpler samples allows you to create a very unique hybrid sound, so you can shape and create your sounds how you like. Most of the EDM stuff out there is really starting to all sound the same and we didn't want to do that. We wanted to create a very unique platform in which you feel as if you have a REAL synthesizer. That's what made old school synthesizers such as the JD-800, D-50, EX5, and the Wavestation so unique. They had their own character and personality and the sound was original and special! This is what PSP aims to do and we feel we have done it very well. We have basically included virtually all of MachFive's capabilities (synthesis, samples, effects filters, modulations, arp/gate, SparkVerb) available in a beautiful GUI form.

Highlights:

•    5.2GB (uncompressed) Samples
•    2.1 GB FLAC Losses Compression (HQ)
•    514 Presets (More Presets to come)
•    6,232 Multi-Samples
•    328 Individual Sample Waveforms used for oscillators
•    Over 1,600 Wavetables with PWM
•    Over 30 Different effects per oscillator
•    Analog Synthesizer with PWM and Sync
•    8-Oscillator Superwave for phat stacked synths
•    Transient Drum Synth for drum and/or transient sounds
•    FM Synthesizer with six operators
•    Dedicated Sub Oscillator
•    White Noise Generator with 11 different generators
•    ASR-10/DP4 Warm Reverb Emulations
•    2-Filters per Oscillator with over 50 different filter choices
•    Classic Oberheim Xpander Filter emulations with 37 modes
•    2-LFO's per Oscillator
•    Over 30 Different Effects per Oscillator
•    Arp/Gate per Oscillator for Complex Sequences
 
 
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