Cherry Audio has released Voltage Modular, a new virtual modular synthesis and audio processing platform. Musicians and experimenters can design and build huge modular patches and wire modules in unique and creative ways. Programmers can download the Module Designer environment and quickly design and build custom modules, capable of doing nearly anything they can dream up. Voltage Modular was first conceived in 2004, and the idea for the project has evolved and expanded. Cherry Audio was launched to turn the dream into reality and assembled a group of innovative developers, synthesizer designers, sound programmers, and musicians, including industry veterans from Sonic Foundry, Cakewalk, Bias, Acoustica, and Keyboard magazine. If you love synthesizers, synthesis, and the art of sonic experimentation, Voltage Modular is for you.
Cherry Audio Voltage Modular is available now in the Voltage Modular Core Package (69 modules) plus the Misfit Audio Electro Drums Package (15 modules) for $200, with a special introductory price of $150 for a “very” limited time. It requires macOS 10.9 or later and an AU, VST, or AAX plugin host. It can also run as a stand-alone app.