Sonicprojects Older News:
New versions out 04/01/2007
OP-X 2.0, OP-X PRO 1.1 and Stringer 1.1 out. Featuring new GUIs, a lot of new sounds and enhanced engines.
The graphical user interface have been overworked in collaboration with 3d genius Reuben Flounders. Visit his
site showing some breathtaking renderings:
December 2006: OP-X PRO released
September 2006: Stringer released
April 2006: OP-X VST released
February 2006: OP-X Reaktor released
January 2006: SonicProjects launched
The available plugins
SonicProjects provides top notch digital emulations of old classics.
The currently available plugins include:
Listen to some audio clips:
Sonicprojects OP-X Click to enlarge
OP-X Surface - Beautiful and intuitive
Sonicprojects OP-X PRO Click to enlarge
OP-X PRO Surface - A lot of added features
Sonicprojects Stringer Click to enlarge
Stringer Surface - Two engines with top notch samples
The products in short:
A virtual emulation of the famous OB-X with enhanced feature set and separate voice design.
Comes with a library of 470 famous classic sounds.
Based on the OP-X engine with a lot of added features like multimode filters or
tuning trimpots. OP-X owners can get this synth for a cheap upgrade price.
A virtual string machine containing top notch samples from ARP Omni II, Logan String Melody II
and Welson Symphony. Two engines for splits and layers.
VST Windows, Receptor, Reaktor 5 (OP-X)
Separate Voice Design (SVD)
Sonicprojects own technology to model analog polysynths, used in
OP-X and OP-X PRO. The building structure ist the exact same as
in real analog polysynths including all those small imperfectnesses
that make up the beloved sound.
The voices are not cloned as usual to achieve polyphony.
Each voice is a separate monosynth with completely independent signal path
and slightly differing sound like in the real world. Global tuning options
give total control.
Used for Stringer. The quality of samples is highly dependent on the
converters and clock used. You'll never win back what you lose here.
That's why we only use highend Apogee (TM) converters for sampling.