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In this video, Paul from Tracktion gives us the run down of what’s new with the Hyperion synth from Tracktion, at NAMM 2022!
Hyperion synth has been designed from the outset with sonic flexibility in mind whilst keeping modular patching approachable and easy to follow.
Efficient processing enables up to 10 layers of complex sound patches which can be affected in unison by macro controls, but which can also send modulation data and aux buss audio between each other.
The ability to quickly layer and split polyphonic modular patches using a wide variety of synthesis methods and with individual chord, arpeggiation, and bus effects per layer is an instant source of musical inspiration for music producers of all genres.
Hyperion synth is designed and coded by Paul Carter – AKA Wavesequencer. Originally from the UK, now living in California, Paul has worked in the semiconductor industry for many years developing both firmware and applications for consumer electronics products.
His passion for music and sound synthesis dates back to learning to play piano as a child, where he was always trying to improvise and come up with new sounds much to the annoyance of some of his music teachers and band conductors. Growing up in the 80s he was inspired by various synth-pop bands as well as electronic music artists such as Vangelis, Jean-Michel Jarre, and Brian Eno amongst many others.
Hyperion gives you…
– Hyperion features per-layer note handling options enabling layer specific polyphony, pitch bend range, portamento speed, pitch randomization and drift depths, custom pitch slope (positive or negative), mono-phonic re-trig option, and voice trigger options.
– Modular Patching
– 16 Layers of 32 voice polyphonic modular patching with individual chord effects.
– Send CC and macro controls data, as well as FX bus audio between layers.
Features also include:
– Multiple Synthesis Types
– Inspirational Sound Processing
– Huge Range Of Control and Data Generation Options