New synthesizer announcement ! Anyma Phi
We are really excited to announce the birth of a new synthesizer: Anyma Phi! Your portal to new sound universes inspired from the real world, where objects collide, vibrate, and resonate.
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Feel free to ask your questions and to comment on this in the new Anyma Phi General category which was just created.
The Aodyo Instruments Team
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Very exciting. One of the many things I love about the Sylphyo and Link is their intuitive nature. Hopefully this approach to sound and modulation will be present in the Anyma Phi.
Of course the final product’s features will be dependant upon many things, including stretch goals. Personally I’d like to have compatibility with extremely expressive controllers such as the Linnstrument. MPE, Multitimbral, Polyphonic etc.
I believe the experience Aodyo has gained designing the Sylphyo, bringing it to market, and ongoing development, will create something extraordinary.
Is it possible to have a bit more information about the Anyma Phi "where objects collide, vibrate, and resonate." seams to be some physical Modelling Synth but I don't really know ?
This is very exciting but I guess we will need to wait until it is officially launched to get additional information or can we have a little flavor of what it could deliver ?
We have now included a sound sample on the landing page anyma.aodyo.com ! Go have a listen :)
The new synth seems intriguing. However, there is not much of a review of its possibilities to know whether it would be interesting (for me - as I have no doubt it will be interesting to others).
For example, it could be interesting to have a demo of its use together with a Sylphyo, as many Sylphyo owners will have heard about it through this forum or the Aodyo website.
PS: FYI, Les Sondiers (a French webcast) spent quite some time on Monday talking about it :)
@joalbankluane I will do a Sylphyo demo very soon! At least a sound demo first followed by a video demo.
Good to know about Les Sondiers thank you!