KV331 Audio has recently announced an update for their SynthMaster 2 and SynthMaster Player software synthesizers – adding two major new features.
Compatibility with Native Instruments’ Native Control Standard (NKS): NKS allows SynthMaster 2 and SynthMaster Player to be seamlessly integrated with Komplete Kontrol and Maschine hardware/software. Users can easily find the presets they are looking for by taking advantage of NKS’s quick workflow.
Compatibility with VST3 format: VST3 has been a long-standing feature request from SynthMaster 2 users, and KV331 Audio finally managed to deliver it. SynthMaster 2 and SynthMaster 2 Player can now run in VST3 format as well, on Windows (64-bit Intel) and MacOS (64-bit Intel or Apple Silicon) platforms. For SynthMaster One users, an update is on the way in the coming weeks as well.
KV331 Audio’s software synthesizer draws from a range of different synthesis methods to generate sound including Virtual Analogue, Additive, Wavetable, Phase Modulation, Frequency Modulation (FM), Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), Physical Modelling and Sample Playback synthesis. The synth’s multi-algorithm oscillators are routed through analogue-modelled digital filters, 12 types of effects and a colossal modulation architecture that’s capable of utilizing 52 modulation sources to creatively manipulate your sounds.
This soft synth comes pre-loaded with a library of over 2000 presets that’ll have you making music in any genre and producing sounds for any style in no time, while more ambitious sonic explorers can browse the 36 preset expansion banks on KV331’s website. In addition to being usable in your DAW, SynthMaster 2 is available on iOS as a standalone app and AUv3 plugin, with users able to design presets on their mobile device and sync across to their workstation quickly and easily thanks to advanced cloud-based cross-synchronization features.