by Fellusive
3.7 / 5     (3 votes)
Win64 OSX
Nettle explores the unique and relatively under-explored world of scanned synthesis.

The timbre of the sounds you create constantly evolve, as the waveform produced is made by tracing (scanning) the positions of masses that are always in motion. These masses are set into motion when you press a key on your MIDI controller - this simulates the action of a hammer striking the connection of masses.

Through the user's manipulation of the masses, the springs that connect them, and the hammer that excites them, a wide range of dynamic, almost sentient, sounds are possible.
  • 32-voice polyphony.
  • Fully automatable knobs.
  • Filter (low-pass, high-pass) and reverb available for signal processing.
  • Four LFOs and ADSRs available for modulation, along with two sources for modulation via your MIDI controller.
  • Built-in presets, as well as the ability for users to save and modify their own presets.
  • A randomize button.
Faydit Jul 20 2021
(5 / 5)
Jul 20 2021
Interesting concept, good sounds
Petit stérilet mignon Jul 19 2021
(1 / 5)
Jul 19 2021
Don't really understand what the guy was trying to do. Everything sounds like weird lo-fi noises. Experimental synth. Could have been a lot improved, way too limited.
TA-AT Jul 19 2021
(5 / 5)
Jul 19 2021
All of it sounds amazing with a randomozer button.....A resounding THANK YOU.