Unfiltered Audio LION is a new beast of a software synthesizer
Unfiltered Audio LION is the new software synthesizer that prides itself on the vast oscillator modes and unique mixing algorithms.
Unfiltered Audio has already made a name for themselves developing innovative audio effects processors such as BYOME and TRIADE which both present a very intuitive modular-style layout with a huge variety of effects to choose from. Unfiltered Audio LION is a similar concept, offering the same in-depth control and routing capabilities, also presented in an incredibly intuitive interface.
It’s is made up of two oscillators, each housing over 20 unique modes – categorized thoughtfully. Furthermore, each oscillator has a stereo mode which has a unique effect depending on the oscillator mode you have selected. The really unique feature in Unfiltered Audio LION is the eight unique mixing algorithms for “smashing together” the two oscillators. These modes consist of linear and equal XFade, Min-Max, Ring Mod, Compare and some more experimental stuff like “Terrain”, “Bitter” and “Ash”.
Unfiltered Audio LION features 15 different filter types, including everything from traditional LP, HP and BP to models of Moog, 303 and Korg MS-style filters.
Huge effects capabilities…
It features over 40 BYOME-style effects for incredible versatility, you’ve got the ability to change the FX chain and send modulation from the vast modulation generators directly to the effect’s parameters. The modulation works on a per-voice level, giving you the ability to create insane polyphonic patches.
The interface is incredibly well thought out with all of your parameters accessible by a single window, the preset browser allows you to tag sounds in specific styles and there’s a scalable randomization feature allowing you to dial in the amount of randomization for creating new random patches or slight variations. the synth features full MPE support and the MPE parameters are accessible within the plugin’s modulation.
It is set for official launch in August for more information check out the Plugin Alliance website here.