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AJ QSynthi (Quantum Synthesizer) v0.8 VST3 AU WIN MAC [FREE] screenshot
04/06/2024 | VST3 AU WIN MAC | 5 MB
Uncover Quantum Soundscapes: Experience the Sonic Potential of the Schrödinger Equation.

Play with Quantum Mechanics

Take advantage of the simulation's motion characteristics to create large and evolving sounds. Play big chords or focus on the melody – QSynthi has you covered.

Sculpt the sound you want

QSynthi brings the power of quantum physics to your sound design process. By translating a quantum simulation into dynamic and evolving sounds, it opens up a new world of possibilities for music production. This innovative instrument provides real-time, adaptive tones, enabling a unique exploration of the sonic possibilities inherent in the fascinating world of quantum phenomena.

Simulate real life phenomena

QSynthi lets you animate real-life phenomena through sound, offering a unique and interactive way to understand complex systems. Explore, tweak and play – it's quantum physics, but with a melodic twist.

How to install:

Put the “QSynthi.vst3” file into the following directory: [Your Drive]:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3

Put the “QSynthi.component” folder into the following directory: [Your Drive]/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components

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  Contributor 3.05.2011 680 4763
had a look at this, looked quite easy to grasp from the formulas, ofc coding the synth isnt so easy afterall.

thanks for linking the paper ;)
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  Resident 22.05.2016 2 31
Very interesting little thing! (very buggy too!) Here's what i did with it in a couple of hours
  Contributor 3.05.2011 680 4763
this is quite good, very unique sounds, with some kind of shift ...
The shift sound im hearing could be from Gaussian packages, like those bell curves? idk havnt read the paper fully. thats how i would visualize it in terms of actual sound.

it looks like an alpha version, like the initial release, so there should be bugs ... its normal.
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  Member 24.02.2019 18
This little synth sounds interesting and somewhat unique. I'm assuming if you come up with a preset you like you need to take a pic or write down the settings. Is that correct? I didn't see the means to open or save presets and didn't see anything on their website regarding presets.
  Resident 11.04.2017 276
dont know about other daw's but fl studio you can "save preset as" and snapshots it as an fst file.
as for the actual synth im not sure yet
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You had me at quantum soundscapes.
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  Member 14.06.2017 1 144
Crash any DAW upon inputing midi.

macOS 10.14
  Resident 4.05.2011 993
I didn't read the paper because it's more than probably over my head, the gui affects me with vertigo, but it can make very beautiful ugly sounds or make very ugly beautiful sounds.

I like!

I was playing the QSynthi with my left hand and a patch from my Polybrute simultaneously with my right and might just have created an actual wormhole in my studio. NASA scientists and Jordan Rudess are all investigating. I wish they'd leave already so I can get some work done, it's crowded as shit in here and I can't even play the guitar without some person with a slide rule in their pocket banging into the neck.

Did you know that Jordan Rudess's beard is really fake and made of horse hair. I'd never have guessed that in a million years! Freaky!!


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