For our extra-special Essential Freeware 2018 issue, we’re especially proud to bring you the exclusive Computer Music edition of Thorn.
As readers of CM257 will find out, this is a monster synth that will furnish you with an endless supply of basses, pads, leads, arps, plucks, percussion and more.
Get this showstopping synth with Computer Music’s July 2018 issue (CM257).
- Exclusive CM version of the powerful spectral synthesiser
- Up to 16-voice polyphony, plus Mono and Legato modes with Glide
- 2 x spectral synthesis oscillators, with Sub oscillator per oscillator
- Up to 8x unison (plus detune) per oscillator
- Harmonic Editor - draw your own partials per oscillator
- Choose one of eight Spectral Effects (Phaser, Screamer, Wah, Notch, Shift, Comb, Octaves, Primes) or one of five Real-Time Effects (FM, RM, Sync, W-Sync and PWM) per oscillator
- Sample-based noise oscillator, plus the ability to import your own samples
- Harmonic Filter with Harmonic Editor
- Multimode analogue-modelled filter with 12 filter types, Resonance and Drive
- Intuitive drag-and-drop modulation, plus dedicated Mod Matrix
- 3 x ADSR envelopes
- 3 x LFOs
- 2 x Multistage Envelope Generators (MSEGs) for custom modulation shapes
- Flexible 16-step Arpeggiator with MIDI output
- Creative grid-based Glitch Sequencer featuring six unique effects
- Four built-in effects – multimode Distortion, Delay, 3-band EQ and Reverb
- Output stage features Limiter, Boost and Lo Cut
- Comes with 167 categorised presets, plus exclusive CM patches
- Includes Thorn CM user manual
- PC/Mac, VST/VST3/AU/AAX
Thorn CM has the following limitations compared to the full Thorn:
- 2 oscillators instead of 3
- 1 filter instead of 2
- 4 effects instead of 9
- Less filter models
CM257 readers also get an exclusive 30% off the full version. Buy CM257 to claim your discount, and head to the Dmitry Sches website for more info on Thorn.