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Sonic Charge Synplant 30: How to Grow Your Own Synth Sounds with Genetic Synthesis


Sonic Charge Synplant 30: A Unique and Organic Software Synthesizer




If you are looking for a software synthesizer that is unlike any other, you may want to check out Sonic Charge Synplant 30. This synth is not your typical knob-twisting or preset-browsing instrument. Instead, it lets you explore a world of organic sounds by planting seeds that grow into synth patches. Sounds interesting? Read on to find out more about this innovative synth.




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The Concept of Synplant




Planting Seeds and Growing Patches




The main idea behind Synplant is to move away from the conventional way of creating sounds by turning dials and knobs, and instead let you develop sounds by simply using your ears. You start by planting a seed in the center of the interface, which represents a basic sound source. Then, you can drag the seed around to different directions to hear different variations of the sound. These variations are called branches, and they are generated by applying random mutations to the seed's genetic code.


As you listen to the branches, you can decide which ones you like and which ones you As you listen to the branches, you can decide which ones you like and which ones you don't. You can prune the unwanted branches by clicking on them, or you can keep them for later use by dragging them to the slots at the bottom of the interface. You can also plant more seeds and grow more branches to create a diverse and rich sound palette. This way, you can create your own synth patches by simply listening and selecting, without having to worry about the technical details of sound synthesis.


Cracking Open the Seeds and Modifying the DNA




If you want to dive deeper into the sound synthesis process, Synplant also lets you crack open the seeds and modify their genetic code. By double-clicking on a seed, you can access a panel that shows the DNA strands of the patch. Each strand represents a different aspect of the sound, such as waveform, envelope, modulation, filter, and effects. You can drag the nodes on the strands to change their values, or you can use the randomize button to generate new variations. You can also copy and paste strands from one patch to another, or swap them with other users.


By editing the DNA of the patches, you can fine-tune your sounds and create more complex and detailed soundscapes. You can also learn more about how sound synthesis works by seeing how different parameters affect the sound. However, this feature is optional and not required to use Synplant. You can still create amazing sounds by just using the branches panel.


The Features of Synplant




The Branches Panel




The branches panel is the main interface of Synplant, where you can plant seeds and grow patches. It consists of a circular area with a seed in the center and 12 branches around it. Each branch represents a different variation of the seed's sound, which you can hear by dragging the seed towards it. The closer you drag the seed to a branch, the more it sounds like that branch. The farther you drag it away from a branch, the more it sounds like the original seed.


You can also use your keyboard or MIDI controller to play notes with Synplant. The pitch of the notes is determined by the keys you press, while the timbre of the notes is determined by the position of the seed. You can use the mod wheel or pitch bend wheel to move the seed around and change the sound in real time. You can also use your mouse wheel to zoom in and out of the branches panel, which affects the sensitivity of the seed movement.


The Bulb Panel




The bulb panel is where you can adjust the global parameters of your patches, such as volume, pitch, filter, and effects. It consists of a circular area with a bulb in the center and four rings around it. Each ring represents a different parameter, which you can change by dragging it clockwise or counterclockwise. The parameters are:


  • Volume: This ring controls the overall volume of your patch. You can also use it to mute or solo your patch by clicking on it.



  • Pitch: This ring controls the pitch of your patch. You can use it to transpose your patch up or down by semitones or octaves.



  • Filter: This ring controls the filter cutoff frequency and resonance of your patch. You can use it to make your patch sound brighter or darker.



  • Effects: This ring controls the amount and type of effects applied to your patch. You can choose from four types of effects: delay, chorus, reverb, and distortion. You can also turn off the effects by clicking on this ring.



You can also access some hidden parameters by right-clicking on any of these rings. These parameters include:


  • Pan: This parameter controls the stereo panning of your patch.



  • Detune: This parameter controls the amount of detuning applied to your patch.



  • Spread: This parameter controls the amount of stereo spread applied to your patch.



  • Drive: This parameter controls the amount of distortion applied to your patch.



The Genes Panel




The genes panel is where you can access and edit the individual sound components of your patches, such as oscillators, envelopes, modulators, and noise. It consists of a rectangular area with 12 slots that correspond to the 12 branches of your patch. Each slot shows the name and icon of the sound component, which you can click to open a panel that shows its parameters. The sound components are:


  • Oscillator: This component generates the basic waveform of your patch. You can choose from four types of waveforms: sine, triangle, sawtooth, and square. You can also adjust the phase, pulse width, and sync of the waveform.



  • Envelope: This component controls the amplitude envelope of your patch. You can adjust the attack, decay, sustain, and release of the envelope.



  • Modulator: This component modulates the pitch, filter, or volume of your patch. You can choose from four types of modulators: LFO, envelope, random, and noise. You can also adjust the rate, depth, shape, and destination of the modulation.



  • Noise: This component adds noise to your patch. You can choose from four types of noise: white, pink, brown, and crackle. You can also adjust the volume and filter of the noise.



You can use up to three instances of each sound component in your patch, which you can mix and blend together using the level knobs at the bottom of the panel. You can also mute or solo each sound component by clicking on its icon.


The Presets Browser




The presets browser is where you can browse, load, save, and organize your patches and seeds. It consists of a list of folders and files that represent your patches and seeds. You can use the buttons at the top of the browser to create new folders, rename files, delete files, or import or export files. You can also use the search box to find files by name or keyword.


You can load a patch or a seed by double-clicking on its file name, or by dragging it to the branches panel or the bulb panel. You can save a patch or a seed by clicking on the save button at the bottom of the browser, or by dragging it from the branches panel or the bulb panel to the browser. You can also save a patch or a seed as a new file by clicking on the save as button at the bottom of the browser.


Synplant comes with a collection of presets and seeds that you can use as starting points for your own creations. You can also download more presets and seeds from Sonic Charge's website, or from other users who share their files online.


The Benefits of Synplant




A Creative and Intuitive Workflow




One of the main benefits of Synplant is that it encourages a creative and intuitive workflow by letting you use your ears instead of your eyes to create sounds. Instead of tweaking knobs and sliders that may not make sense to you, you can simply listen to different variations of sounds and choose the ones that appeal to you. This way, you can discover new sounds that you may not have thought of before, or that may not be possible with other synths.


Synplant also lets you experiment with different combinations of sounds by planting multiple seeds and growing multiple branches. You can mix and match different patches and seeds to create complex and rich soundscapes that evolve over time. You can also use Synplant as a sound design tool by cracking open the seeds and modifying their DNA. You can create your own sound components and parameters by editing the genetic code of your patches.


A Versatile and High-Quality Sound Engine




Another benefit of Synplant is that it offers a versatile and high-quality sound engine that can produce a wide range of sounds, from realistic to futuristic, from subtle to extreme. Synplant uses a combination of additive synthesis, subtractive synthesis, frequency modulation synthesis, ring modulation synthesis, and sample playback synthesis to generate its sounds. It also uses high-quality filters, effects, and anti-aliasing algorithms to ensure a clean and smooth sound quality.


Synplant can create sounds that are suitable for various genres and styles of music, such as ambient, electronica, pop, rock, hip hop, techno, trance, dubstep, and more. You can also use Synplant to create sounds that are inspired by nature, such as plants, animals, insects, water, wind, fire, and earth. Synplant can also create sounds that are completely original and unique, such as alien voices, sci-fi effects, glitchy noises, and abstract textures.


A Fun and Playful Interface




A third benefit of Synplant is that it has a fun and playful interface that makes sound synthesis enjoyable and engaging. Synplant uses a colorful and organic design that resembles a plant or a flower. It also uses animations and sounds that make the interface come alive. For example, when you plant a seed, you can see it sprout and grow into a patch. When you drag the seed around, you can hear the sound change and see the branches move. When you crack open the seed, you can see the DNA strands glow and pulse.


Synplant also has a sense of humor and personality that makes it more appealing and friendly. For example, when you load a patch or a seed, you can see a random name and description that are often funny or witty. When you save a patch or a seed, you can also enter your own name and description that reflect your mood or style. When you use the randomize button, you can see a message that says "Are you feeling lucky?" or "Do you want to play God?"


The Drawbacks of Synplant




A Lack of Conventional Controls




One of the drawbacks of Synplant is that it may not appeal to users who prefer more conventional controls and parameters for sound synthesis. Synplant does not have the usual knobs and sliders that most synths have, such as filter cutoff, resonance, attack, decay, sustain, release, LFO rate, depth, shape, destination, etc. Instead, it uses a more abstract and experimental approach that relies on random mutations and genetic editing.


This may make Synplant less intuitive and user-friendly for some users who are used to more traditional synths. It may also make Synplant less flexible and precise for some users who want more control and customization over their sounds. For example, if you want to create a specific sound with Synplant, such as a piano or a guitar, you may have a hard time finding or creating it with the branches or the genes panels.


A Limited Sound Palette




Another drawback of Synplant is that it may not be able to produce some types of sounds that are more common or popular in electronic music genres. Synplant has a distinctive and organic sound character that is influenced by its concept and design. It tends to produce sounds that are soft, warm, smooth, lush, airy, ambient, atmospheric, ethereal, or experimental. It may not be able to produce sounds that are hard, cold, sharp, edgy, You can learn more about Synplant by reading the user manual that comes with the synth, which explains the concept, features, and functions of Synplant in detail. You can also visit Sonic Charge's website, where they have a FAQ section, a forum, a blog, and a newsletter that provide more information and updates about Synplant. You can also watch some video tutorials and demos of Synplant on YouTube, where you can see how Synplant works and sounds in different situations and contexts.


I hope you enjoyed this article and learned something new about Synplant. If you are interested in trying Synplant for yourself, you can download the free trial version from Sonic Charge's website and see what kind of sounds you can create with it. If you have any questions or comments about Synplant, feel free to leave them below. Thank you for reading! dcd2dc6462


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