The Pulverisateur is a software simulation of an analogue subtractive synthesizer. It is mono-timbral and can be set to monophonic or polyphonic mode. Its sound sources include three oscillators supporting hard sync and PWM, a noise generator and an audio input per voice. Each oscillator can produce sine, triangle, sawtooth and square waveforms plus their interpolations. A multi-mode double resonant filter lets you sculpt the raw sound in harmonically complex ways. It also provides an LFO with sample and hold, sine, triangle, sawtooth and square waveforms plus their interpolations and two independent filter and amplitude envelope generators to modulate oscillator pitch, filter cutoff frequency, PWM and amplitude. You can further tune its pitch and glide it between notes. You can play the Pulverisateur through note tracks and its note input connector, even simultaneously. The Pulverisateur excels at producing classic analog synthesizer sounds and special effects, although its unique filter design makes it very versatile. You can also use it as a sophisticated filter effects processor thanks to its audio input connector.

Figure 7.6: The Pulverisateur.

The interface of the Pulverisateur is divided in five sections: the oscillators section, the filter section, the modulators section, the master section and the pitch section.


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