Sale: Zynaptiq Morph – 50% Off thru September 17, 2023
There are only a few days left to save 50% on Zynaptiq MORPH, a real-time plug-in that enables structural audio morphing. Sale ends September 17, 2023.
Real-Time Structural Audio Morphing
MORPH 2 is a real-time plug-in that enables structural audio morphing. It allows for the smooth transformation of one object into another, comparable to the gradual change of one face into another. This powerful audio tool features 5 unique morphing algorithms, an exceptional formant shifter, and a rich reverb reminiscent of renowned vintage hardware units. MORPH 2 opens up a whole new universe of sounds to explore.
A Zynaptified Classic
Originally developed by audio processing pioneers Prosoniq, for version 2.0 Zynaptiq took MORPH and zynaptified it, porting it to all platforms, enhancing the existing algorithm, adding a whole bunch of new features, and generally making it even more awesome.
MSRP: $179.00 SALE: $89.00
Don’t just take our word for it. See what others have to say:
“MORPH is pure magic! There’s many layers to MORPH’s usability and the results are very pleasing. Simple hybrids of environmental noise and vocal pads can feel possessed. Drum loops morphed with tonal synths can create complex and interesting rhythms. I’m always finding new ways to use MORPH, there’s no other plugin like it. ”
Scott Kirkland is a composer, music producer and DJ, and is well known as founding member of The Crystal Method. Together with Tool bassist Justin Chancellor he’s also doing work under the moniker Bandwidth.
“MORPH 2is audio morphing done well and fast! Traditionally, audio morphing has been associated with tedious processes and heavy computation, but not anymore. MORPH 2 turns audio morphing into a highly creative, easy and fun process.”
Tobias Enhus Composer, Artist
Tobias Enhus is a composer for film, TV, games, advertising, and bands. His credits include blockbuster feature films like Black Hawk Down and Blade: Trinity, video games such as Spiderman 3 and The Matrix: Path Of Neo, and collaborations with bands such as Machine Head and The Crystal Method.
Posted by Kim Sternisha