Where other synths use one specific form of synthesis and one single filter, the Thor polysonic synthesizer features six different oscillator types and four unique filters. What does this give you? Simply the most powerful synth ever created; an unstoppable monster of a sound generator that utilises synthesizer technology from the last 40 years.
Six open filter and oscillator slots let you load up three different synth filters and three separate oscillators simultaneously, allowing you to dial in synth sounds that are completely...new. An all-powerful modulation matrix gives you complete control over your signal flow, letting you modulate anything within Thor with anything within Thor. Sound deep enough for you? It gets deeper.
At the bottom of this synth sits an analog style step sequencer with more than one twist. Being every bit as modular as the rest of Thor's components, this step sequencer does more than just play melodies - use it as a modulation tool, trigger phrases from specific keys, create intense arpeggios, generate piercing percussion lines. With its unique selection of oscillator types and synth filters, the Thor polysonic synthesizer is a veritable synth museum. But believe it, there's nothing dusty about this instrument; Thor may have one foot in history, but its sound is pure future.
Thor gets its sound from the oscillator and filter types that you can combine any way you like. Here's a brief presentation of Thor's sound making and shaping components.
A wonderful, true emulation of a straightforward analog oscillator with all the warmth and depth you could wish for.
Wave table synthesis produces a characteristic sound that is rich and crisp. Features 32 selectable wavetables with variable position and x-fade.
A twin set of frequency modulation oscillators that generates a transparent, highly digital sound. Combine three FM pairs and conjure up the FM sound of the 80s.
Loads upon loads of oscillators operating as one give the Multi Oscillator a huge sound. For mix-piercing leads, this is the obvious choice.
The Phase modulation oscillator uses one of its two waveforms to modulate the other, producing a wonderfully plastic-sounding and unique tone.
Part oscillator, part noise generator, the noise oscillator can function as a modulation source to use with other oscillator types. With five types of noise ranging from regular white noise to static, this oscillator adds a nice layer of dirt to your sounds.
A nice self-oscillating filter with a Moog-esque warmth to it. Comes with 6, 8, 12, 18 and double 24 -dB slope settings and a filter drive knob for those nasty overtones.
A classic multimode filter of the hi/lo pass, band pass and notch variety. Gets the job done at all times.
This filter mimics a human voice, adding a vowel type effect to your sound. Great for making your patches sing eerily.
This one has a sharp, distinctive sound and severely alters the feel of anything fed into it
Take Thor with you! Thor has leapt from the Reason rack and onto your iPad. The full power of Thor. The same uncompromising sound quality. A killer onscreen keyboard. Thor for iPad is more than a simple iOS conversion. It's a ground-up design focusing on the opportunities of touch interfaces. With support for key iPad music technologies like WIST inter-app syncing, Audiobus routing, and external MIDI connectivity Thor for iPad just might be a god among apps too.