To get users up and running with Sines, Cherry Audio and Tim Shoebridge of Sound Mangling have again teamed up to create an introductory video walking users through the layout, extensive features, and sound design strategies of this new synthesizer. Subscribe and stay tuned! #synthesizer #vst #cherryaudio - Sines is the latest sensational and innovative original polyphonic synthesizer from Cherry Audio. Employing four sine-wave oscillators, Sines utilizes diverse waveshaping methods to bend these pure waveforms into infinitely variable and complex shapes. When combined with its wide-ranging modulation capabilities and effects, users can create a distinctive array of unique timbres ranging from the sublime to sizzling. Try the Sines demo for free at 🤍cherryaudio.com/products/sines See more videos from Tim Shoebridge at 🤍🤍youtube.com/c/TimShoebridge Free demos, videos, and sound samples from Cherry Audio products are available at 🤍cherryaudio.com/ Follow Cherry Audio on Social Media: 🤍🤍facebook.com/cherryaudiovst/ 🤍twitter.com/cherryaudiovst 🤍instagram.com/cherryaudiovst
I'm really impressed with the sound design implications of this approach. Simple ideas brought together to make something really flexible and deep. I've purchased a couple CA emulations - the 2600 and the CS80 and was impressed with those. Not sure if I'll buy this, as I have VCV and can emulate what you're doing here at the cost of a lot of cabling. Upside is I learn so much rolling my own. Kudos CA on another fine bit of work! And excellent video, Tim.
Blown away by that synth and the great intro, thanks CA and Tim! There are lots of great vsti's and devs out there, but none of them can compete with CA's value for money!
Great for techno sounds.
What is that cool looking computer keyboard there....with the cool backlighting on it?
Definitely inspired after watching this.
Tim Shoebridge, the night porter of synthesizers.
Tim Shoebridge's videos are always extremely professional and engaging, one of the reasons I've become a huge fan of Cherry Audio's products. I'm quite new to the synth world and these virtual instruments are extremely helpful when it comes to getting started at an affordable price but still allow me to produce professional sounding music. Thank you, Cherry Audio.
Easily the best value plugins on the vst market...
I will be buying more this weekend. Thanks for all your work guys, your synths truly are brilliant.
Looks like you really thought about the UX here hence the UI simplicity. Is it worth a punt at yet another learning curve? I think so, price wise at just $39 it's a no brainer. Thanks for the chilled walkthrough
ive heard the sound of this synth being described as being ok but to my ears it sounds fantastic, probably the best sounding softsynth ive heard in ages
this is a great synth and will be buying it soon. Thanks Tim for another demo!
The Sines sounds nice and all but it is extremely CPU hungry. It's almost unusable in a more complex project with more tracks.
💗💗💗💗💗💗💗👍👍👍👍👍When i bought it, i knew it was a so fantastic gift from Cherry Audio ! Another one, with such a nice pleasant workflow... LOVE LOVE IT !
would love this in a hardware format. i can imagine the sexiest sub bass patches coming from this. i love sine waves the most and they often seem neglected, often completely ommitted on bass synths.
Beautiful dreamy pads reminiscent of some of Tim Story's albums. This synth seems like what someone who "went back to the drawing board to start over" came up with. Unfortunately, I don't do soft synths. I hate using a mouse, and I've had horrible luck with computers, so stick with hardware synths only. It is conceivable that a hardware version of this could be made. Only one set of physical oscillator controls is needed, with a button to shift the set of controls to the next oscillator. But you could still have the waveforms of the 4 oscillators visible on a larger LED screen. Similarly, a shift button could move the ENV controls for ENV 1 & 2 to ENV 3 & 4 as it does on my Waldorf Q. That way you reduce the number of physical controls, but have them duplicate their functions on the duplicate parameters. Anyway, you did a great job explaining it so simply, yet created extraordinary sounds with it.
Great presentation as always from this chap… sold it to me.
Going to the CA website to order it.
Do you also have a bug with the sustain pedal? I have to hold one of the notes in a chord and the sustain pedal to make it work.
I use regular 5pin midi and it works on almost any other plugin.
I'm blown away by the power and abilities illustrated in this video. Having so much control over the sound and such a variety of sounds from one device is amazing.
Is there any way you can show us the settings you used for the music at the end of the video?
Sounds great, but please tell me there's a UI that isn't going to give me vertigo when I look at it? I couldn't even watch the video as my head was hurting.