Multiphonics is easy-to-use and designed to make music right away. The straightforward interface gives you direct access to all its functionalities.
A new creative playground
With its simple interface, Multiphonics provides a brand new space for exploration, experimentation, creation, learning, and fun.
Modular synthesis is about exploring extraordinary soundscapes, and Multiphonics will guide you into this mind-bending journey.
Experience the challenge and satisfaction of nailing down your sonic ideas, and the sheer joy and excitement of discovering unexpected sounds.
Multiphonics is an elaborate sound design platform for the seasoned patch designer. Straightforward and cleverly designed, it provides a quick path to the realization of your sonic ideas.
Multiphonics is simple and user-friendly. Thoroughly documented and complemented by a collection of video tutorials, it is a great learning tool for those new to the world of modular synthesis.
A harmonious ecosystem
Multiphonics was built from the ground up with patching flexibility in mind. With modules designed to work together, it provides a consistent experience.
THE AAS SOUND AND FEEL
At the core of Multiphonics is a comprehensive library of modules, from the basics to unique and sophisticated originals. Behind their simple look, the modules pack features which the power user will appreciate: plenty of modulation options, audio rate modulation, curated defaults, feedback loops, etc.—all delivered with musicality.
A WILD SONIC JOURNEY
Explore new territories with this eclectic collection of patches created by renowned artists. From simple essential patches to the most delirious ones, each preset features carefully chosen macros and documentation. This collection was assembled to provide a comfortable starting point for the novice, and an endless source of inspiration and wonderment for the creative musician and sound designer.
12 Top patch designers
We have assembled a fine team of seasoned patch designers to put together this surprising collection of patches: Adam Pietruszko, Benoit Charland, Christian Laffitte, Clifton Develle Cameron, David Kristian, Eric Thibeault, Gabriel Vigliensoni, Hugo Léger, Niall McCallum, Philippe Dérogis, Richard Veenstra, and Venus Theory.
15 Sound categories
Multiphonics CV-1’s factory library covers a vast range of sounds which have been organized into fifteen categories: basses, chords, drone, generative, grainy, leads, percussions, rhythmic, sequences, sound effects, stabs, strings, sweeps, tuned and unclassifiable.
Read more about the Multiphonics CV-1 at their official product page on applied-acoustics.com