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Aeolotonium

An Invention!

(108 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 10 years ago)
12.6MB
December 11, 2009
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

This is a hybrid FM/Subtractive Synthesizer. I became obsessed with adding subtle "errors" to make it fit the Steampunk design. A nice departure from my usual digital creations.

Included is a signal chain guide and a control guide.

Special thanks to Mr. Style for the empty panel instrument.

As always, if you have any improvement suggestions, feel free to leave a comment.

COMMENTS  (19)

Sam Mover
4 years ago
https://soundcloud.com/andreigorlov/epilogue-no-future
Lars Bo Hermansen
6 years ago
Nice design. Thanks.
Krister Jonsson
7 years ago
Absolutely love this one!!!
Alberto Zin
9 years ago
A great "steampunk" device. I'd like to have a real synth with this man-machine interface. :-) Great sounding and looking machine.
Adam Anderson
9 years ago
thanks!
Mark Mcdonald
9 years ago
All this praise. I must have it!
Christian Mona
9 years ago
Love it!
FREDERIC SPAETH
10 years ago
Very poetical, sort of Jule Verne instrumentarium for captain Nemo... "subtle errors" make the soul of digital sounds. Thanks a lot !
Timothy Goodier
10 years ago
Can feel the steam softly rushing through it.
Sean Behling
10 years ago
This is awesome, thank you!
ernest meyer
10 years ago
The gear knobs are quite striking in operation :)
Sacha GOSSELIN
10 years ago
very great interface and sounds
William French
10 years ago
This is SUPERB! Beautiful interface, and wonderful sounds. This instrument really sets a high standard. Thank you!
Adam Hanley
10 years ago
Once again, special thanks to Jonathan Style for those GUI elements and the inspiration to build this.
Stefan Knauthe
10 years ago
Hey Adam, just fantastic...! What a great designed GUI...! Thank you for this nice gift...!!!
Jesse Voccia
10 years ago
What an incredible Christmas present. Total inspiration. Please make more. Every preset is great.
Tobias Heide
10 years ago
all of the above and more.. 10/10 thx
Jonathan Style
10 years ago
Interesting.
David Waldman
10 years ago
I just rated your ensemble a 10...not because it's perfect, but rather because it exemplifies what Reaktor is SUPPOSED to be. Damned fine work.
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