Applied Acoustics Systems Releases the Synbiosis Sound Bank
March 18, 2016
Applied Acoustics Systems releases the Synbiosis sound bank for the Chromaphone 2 synthesizer and AAS Player plug-ins in collaboration with artist and sound designer Daniel Stawczyk a.k.a. Status.
Synbiosis is sound designer Daniel Stawczyk’s fifth volume in AAS' Sound Bank Series and his first one for Chromaphone. This 130-preset collection presents arpeggiators, basses, bells, keys, synths, and effects that truly exemplify what can be achieve when a sound designer works organically with a synthesizer. Wherever your destination, Synbiosis puts forward the perfect vehicle to explore different facets of Chromaphone 2.
“As fas as I am concerned, acoustic modeling seems to be just a hint from where the sound designer can start. Chromaphone offers way more synthesized sonic creativity options than can initially be presumed, the instrument is a pure source of inspiration in a variety of moods and styles, a real synth in the general sense of the word,” said Daniel Stawczyk, "Synbiosis is to take you backstage and bring you besides the primary acoustic nature of Chromophone. My sound set is to take the musician elsewhere: The backdoor to the obvious."
Pricing and Availability
The Synbiosis sound bank is available now at the regular price of US$39. Until April 11, 2016, the Synbiosis sound bank is bundled with every purchase of the new Chromaphone 2 acoustic object synthesizer.
The instant download delivery package includes both a Chromaphone 2 bank file and the free AAS Player plug-in. The AAS Player plug-in runs on both Windows and Mac OS X and supports the VST, Audio Units, AAX Native, and RTAS plug-in formats.
AAS Synbiosis—Daniel Stawczyk sound bank for Chromaphone 2 and AAS Player
About Applied Acoustics Systems
Applied Acoustics Systems (AAS) was founded in 1998 and is based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. As a privately-held company, it specialises in software-based synthesis tools for professional musicians and sound designers. Since releasing Tassman, the first virtual instrument based on physical modelling, AAS has come to be recognised as the industry leader in this exciting new field of synthesis.