Year / Date of Issue: 09.2021
Developer: Tracktion Software & Wavesequencer
Developer site: hyperionsynth
Format: STANDALONE, VSTi3
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: present | R2R
System requirements: Windows 10 – 64 bit – VST3 / Standalone
Recommended: 2018+ 4 or more core processor – minimum 8GB RAM (fully multi-core / multi-threaded voice processing – more cores the better).
Audio: Dedicated low latency audio interface highly recommended – 48KHz, 256 samples or lower buffer size recommended.
Description: Tracktion has released the Wavesequencer Hyperion modular synthesizer, inspired by the sounds of Jean-Michel Jarre and Vangelis
The developers promise ease of use and “warm, analog” sound.
Developer Paul Carter has partnered with Tracktion to unveil the new Wavesequencer Hyperion virtual synthesizer. According to the creators, the instrument is inspired by the electronic music of the 1980s and the sounds of Vangelis, Jean-Michel Jarre and Brian Eno.
According to Carter, Hyperion reflects his take on a modern digital modular synthesizer. The plugin features easy-to-use modular signal processing that allows you to create complex audio patches with ten layers.
The synthesizer has received a wide range of synthesis types, pitch range control, tuning and detuning functions, and an arpeggiator. Additionally, the instrument is equipped with filters, effect buses, distortion section. Separate unique sets of effects are also available for each layer.
Carter calls the Hyperion sound quite warm and analogous. The synthesizer offers a wide range of settings, rich sound generation options, the possibility of quickly layering signals and combining into polyphonic patches.