The Semi-modular polyphonic synthesizer
- Analogue modelled sounds.
- Flexible cable-free semi-modular routing.
- Use audio sources as modulations, and modulations as audio sources.
- Over 200 factory presets.
Aspect is a 32-note polyphonic software instrument that combines a great-sounding, powerful synthesis engine, with a flexible semi-modular architecture and unparalleled ease of use. The core of Aspect's superb sound are two analog modeled oscillators, each capable of producing a powerful selection of raw waveforms, and dual filters that can be routed in series, in parallel, or even blended into unique combinations.
Modulation sources comes in the form of three analog modeled envelopes, capable of producing quick, snappy attacks, and three flexible LFOs, which can be synced to tempo.
A flexible patch section allows sources to be combined and processed to produce complex modulations from simple sources, whilst a versatile modulation architecture allows practically anything to be used as a modulation source and destination.
With optimised audio algorithms that won't overload your processor, rock-solid stability, and easy integration with any MIDI hardware controller, Aspect is ideal for live work. With a simple and intuitive interface, flexible Bank and Program management, and total parameter automation, Aspect fits right into your studio environment.
Warm MonophonicA demonstration of Aspect's warm virtual analogue sound, in which a simple monophonic bass-line is spiced up by subtle modulations of the oscillators and filters.
Look Around YouA thick slice of trippy warbling polyphonic analogue sounds using the "Look Around You" preset and a simple arpeggio pattern.
Modular Synth SyncExtensive use of Aspect's flexible modular synth capabilities is present in this sample. The pitch of Oscillator2 (which is hard-synced to Oscillator1) is modulated by various LFO and Envelope shapes. Aspect's Unison capabilities are used to provide discrete voices in the left and right stereo panorama.
Thick PadThe 'PAD Hyped' preset playing a slow chord sequence. The Filters are arranged in series, with Filter 1 being a Highpass and Filter 2 a Lowpass. The ModWheel is used to change the Cutoff of both Filters by different amounts, producing a interesting variety of bandwidths.
Analogue BassThis demo shows Aspect with an analogue style monophonic bass sound, reminiscent of the Roland SH series of instruments. Oscillator 1 plays a Sawtooth, and Oscillator 2 a Pulse with 75% duty-cycle dropped down an octave. Some subtle LFO modulation is used on the oscillators and filter to emulate analogue drift.
Trance ArpeggioA very simple Trance style arpeggio, played with a sound based on the "Trance Hit" preset. Each note consists of three stacked unison voices that have different Oscillator Pitch, Filter, and Pan settings.
VST2 (32-bit & 64-bit); RTAS (32-bit); Audio Unit (32-bit & 64-bit); AAX (64-bit); Standalone Application (32-bit) macOS 10.7 or later, or macOS 11. x86 or M1 with Rosetta 188.8.131.52
VST2 (32-bit & 64-bit); RTAS (32-bit); AAX (64-bit); Standalone Application (32-bit) Windows Vista or later.1.7.20
VST2 (64-bit); Standalone Application (64-bit) Linux 64-bit1.7.19
VST2 (32-bit); Standalone Application (32-bit) Linux 32-bit1.7.19