Sugar Audio Admiralizor wavetable Synthesizer combines two synchronizable wavetable oscillators, a wide range of cross-synthesis & modulation options and many ready-to-use presets.
Admiralizor is another new wavetable Synthesizer that has a lot to offer. Both wavetable oscillators can be edited in a flexible 2D/3D real-time wavetable editor with different morphing types, harmonic editing, and a waveform generator. Each oscillator has many possibilities of deep manipulation from AM/RM/4 types of FM to phase modulation.
After the oscillator comes analog-sounding and routable filters including shelving filters and key follow to complete the clearness of the digital synthesizers. An additional unison feature layers many slightly detuned waveforms to make sounds fat and wide.
Also on board is a massive and “scroll less” FX section that contains many different effect processors including compressor, expander, distortion, delay, reverb and more. On the modulation, Admiralizor contains many mod sources (e.g. macros, LFOs featuring on/off triggering/delay/bpm, envelopes, two flexible chaos modulators) and hundreds of (aux) modulation parameters with adjustable polarity and transposition.
Sequencer & Interface
Further, it offers a built-in arpeggiator and step sequencer with different pattern lengths, swing, tie, and key substitution. A flexible preset managed includes many professional designed sounds and features handy features: quick presets, A/B comparison, multi-filtering, and text search.
All this is packed in a resizable UI from a very small up to Ultra-HD & 5K Retina with multi-step undo/redo. The UI, however, does not look appealing and should be redesigned in my opinion. Compared to the competition, it’s not really nice. Please redesign, especially with plugins a good UI is very important. The synth also features MPE support, key hold, gain protection, auto-off, and a customizable RMS meter.
Sugar Audio Admiralizor is available now for PC & Mac (VST/AU/AAX) for 99€. A fully-functional demo is available for free.
More information here: Sugar Audio