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Virtuasonic has released Synesthesia, an unusual collection of more than 1,000 impulse response files. Synesthesia transforms nearly any convolution engine program into into a powerful multi-FX DSP processor suitable for sound design.

Convolution is often associated with reverbs, but Synesthesia offers much more than this. Sometimes it is not easy to realize that convolution has more possibilities than reverb emulation and is a powerful way to create new sounds.

Though this collection is particularly suitable for experimental sound design and electronic music, Synesthesia can easily become a secret weapon for every musician and sound designer looking for new possibilities of transforming and spicing up his music and sounds.

Synesthesia is an unique collection of impulse response files useful for:

  • Creating evanescent layers and organic textures for film scoring and abstract music
  • Taking rhythm lines to the next level with innovative tempo-synced effects
  • Enhancing trance, techno, jungle and other styles of rhythmic electronic music with new colors and effects
  • Turning Foley fx into brand new sounds and sonic textures for sound design
  • Producing alter-egos of traditional acoustic and electro-acoustic musical instruments
  • Creating stunning sonic effects and psychoacoustic variations
  • Morphing vocals into complex textures to obtain dramatic effects
  • Electric guitarists in search of new possibilities and much more
All impulse responses are 24-bit / 44.1KHz stereo WAV format for over 630MB of data.

Synesthesia is priced US$34.95 and is available both as a downloadable product and in CD-ROM format.

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