DSynth is a power tool combined with a collection of unique and awe-inspiring synthetic sounds and instruments. With very little mechanical effort, the composer can quickly create full arrangements of music in almost any genre. From electronic dance to ambient film score, your sonic vision can effortlessly be made into reality.
Category of Sound
DSynth is divided into nine categories of sounds and are color coded. The category names will normally emphasize the way a patch sounds, rather than how it was created.
Sounds similar to what you would find in classic analog subtractive synthesizers.
Sounds that sound like more modern digital synthesizers such as FM, AM, PD, Ring Modulation, Additive, Granular, and Formant types of samples and synthesis.
Sounds are a combination of analog and digital.
Simulated or sampled natural sounds that normally emulate a setting – such as a forest or a battle field. Some of these are more musical rather than just sound effects.
Sounds very much like (or is, in fact) a sampled instrument.
Evolving textures that use any or all methods.
IES – (Impulse Excitation Synthesis)
A type of synthesis that uses impulse response technology as part of the sound itself, rather than being used just an effect.
SFX – Sound Effect
Sounds that do not necessarily correspond to key or pitch.
Both real (sampled) and synthetic drum and percussion sounds.
DTools is an exciting and user-friendly feature that includes templates for quickly building your own DSynth patches.