The Mountain 1.0.0
A Synthwave Subtractive Synthesizer for 80s inspired sounds
Climb the slope of retro sound design with the 80s inspired synthesiser: The Mountain. This two oscillator subtractive synth is a DeLorean driving through neo-80s paradise, allowing you to craft the sonic equivalent of the most rad mullets. Surf through space with the smooth sounds of detuned saws, resonant filters and a selection of choruses as you gaze upon the neon sunset.
Equipped with virtual vintage effects, 16-step sequencer, analogue drift, variable state filters, Bit Crush and a host of waveforms, The Mountain is the peak of retro inspired synthesis. This synth gives you the tools to craft sonic memories using the Retro module, stacked with cassette, vinyl and game noise before additional tonal sculpting with the four-band parametric EQ. If you’re a beginner learn the ropes with over 40 pre-set configurations spanning Bass, Lead, Poly, Pad and Sequenced patches to speed up the creative process. Built on the Native Instruments Reaktor engine, The Mountain can be seen from Ableton, Logic, Cubase, Pro Tools and a multitude of other DAWs.
The Mountain is designed by Grid Horizon Samples. Based in the UK city of culture 2017 the company specializes in synthwave related products with the aim to bring nostalgia back to your music.
The Mountain runs on Native Instruments Reaktor 5.9 and beyond...
Signal Path: SEQ > Drift > Oscillators 1, 2, Sub and Noise > Mix > LFO > VCF > VCA > EQ > Drive > Crush > Flange > Width > Chorus > Delay.
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Thank you to all the Beta Testers who allowed me to improve this ensemble!