As with the mobile edition, this goes beyond wavetable synthesis - Palm’s stock in trade - by giving you complete control over the frequencies of a sound’s overtones. Each partial wave can have an arbitrary frequency, and overtones can be moved throughout the duration of a note.
Infinite also enables you to reproduce the noises created when instruments are played, and these noise sources can be used to modulate the tonal part of the sound.
More typical synth features include a 24dB low-pass filter, two VCAs with stereo out and effects. You also get 10 envelopes, four LFOs and a modulation matrix.
Wolfgang Palm is also very proud of the Morpher, which enables you to create new timbres and real-time effects by morphing the gains and frequencies of sounds using the X/Y controller. You get more than 300 editable tonal resources that can be loaded into the five fields within the Morpher, and you can also analyse your own sounds.
You can find out more about Infinite Pro on the Wolfgang Palm website. It’ll be available as a VST/AU plugin from the start of December.
Wolfgang Palm Infinite Pro
- New system which can synthesize harmonic and inharmonic sounds
- Morpher - X/Y controller which morphs 5 user selectable sine resources
- Noiser - X/Y controller morphing 3 noise resources and performing modulations on the tonal part
- Molder - acts as a digital filter with any imaginable filter sweeps
- Two detail editor pages for the Sine resources featuring a 3D display
- Analyser with 6 modes for directly converting your own sounds
- Noise separation lets you create own resources for the Noiser
- Import WTS and TCS files from WaveGenerator and WaveMapper
- Import Phonem utterances and use them in the Infinite PRO Molder
- Versatile matrix system - allowing 16 sources to control 40 parameters
- 10 Envelopes, for control of filter sweeps, waveform, noise and many modulations
- 4 LFOs which can be freely routed via the matrix
- Delay/Reverb effect
- Overdrive/Distortion effect
- Preset browser with new listing filters
- Directly accessible context help for each module
- Freely configurable schematic keypads, with extremely expressive modulation options
- 4 MIDI modes: Omni, Poly, Mono, and Voice-Per-Channel (MPE)