Vibro is a hybrid additive/subtractive wavetable synthesizer with a quirky personality.
Vibro’s hybrid additive/subtractive synthesis allows you to fine-tune the sound down to single harmonic partials. Its four oscillators can sweep across four wavetables each to create evolving timbres. And there’s also a flexible modulation matrix, two filters that can be configured in parallel or series, and a set of delay, chorus, and reverb effects. But if you can’t be bothered with the technical stuff, just switch to the built-in patch mutator and let Vibro create surprising and delightful patches for you!
64 built-in wavetables
Harmonic partial editor for designing custom wavetables
4 oscillators that can each sweep across up to 4 wavetable slots
8 LFOs (4 free-running, 4 per-voice)
2 multi-mode filters
New in version 1.1:
Monophonic voice triggering with portamento
Drive control that modifies how oscillators sweep through wavetables
2 staircase LFO shapes
Buttons to copy current GUI settings to patch mutator chromosomes
8 new modulation slots
Bipolar mod wheel and velocity can now be used as modulation sources
Unipolar and bipolar aftertouch can now be used as modulation sources
2 new CV inputs
Oscillator cents tuning can now be used as modulation destination
About 40 new patches and one demo song (only available in Reason 9)
New in version 1.1.1:
Added button to toggle between dB and linear scales in the partial editor, allowing more fine-tuned editing of partials
Added a few new patches
Fixed a crash when mutating some of the built-in patches
New in version 1.1.2:
Added indicator + display of current dB level when editing a partial.
Fixed a bug: Y axis labels in log edit mode in partial editor were incorrect.