Year/Date of Issue: 14.3.2020
Bit depth: 32bit, 64bit
Tablet: Ne required
System Requirements: Windows 7+
Description : After eight years of creation, the Dutch-Turkish DJ and producer Ummet Ozcan has announced his own Genesis Pro synthesizer.
Genesis Pro can perform subtraction, phase distortion, FM and ROM synthesis. It has three oscillators that can generate sounds independently or simultaneously. You can smoothly transition between them in real time using a special slider. A filter can be applied to each generator. There are eight filter types and five saturation modes to choose from. Genesis Pro also has a 32-step sequencer, arpeggiator and has the ability to load external custom MIDI sequences. It allows you to split these sequences between the top and bottom keys of the keyboard, and even split the keyboard so you can play one instrument with one hand and the other with the other.
There is a huge variety of modulation possibilities. You can modulate any knob on the interface, and each knob animates in real time to show you what’s going on. It has a “connect everything to everything” feeling that is even more evident in the function of the modulation matrix and the fact that five ASDR envelopes can be connected to over 100 destinations.
The Genesis Pro also has a mastering section (with filter, limiter, more saturation and stereo expansion) and an impressive array of fourteen built-in effects, including a whopping twelve types of distortion, an eight-stage phaser, delay, ‘hyperspace reverb’ and a vowel filter (accompanied by fun center screen graphics). ). To top it all off, for ease of use, you can assign commands from CTRL+1 to CTRL+8, and there’s a “Picasso mode” with a wide range of aesthetic settings, although it already looks very slick.