Silen Audio has officially launched its long-anticipated synthesizer, Infinite Flow, following more than two years of development.

This synthesizer aims to capture the classic warmth and depth of vintage polyphonic synthesizers while infusing a contemporary dynamic element.

Infinite Flow distinguishes itself with its per-voice detuning feature, which imparts richness and character to the sounds it produces, reminiscent of vintage analog polysynths. It offers eight voices, seven oscillators, and five effects, providing a versatile toolkit for sound creation. The instrument also boasts an extensive preset bank and deep modulability, including per-voice modulation.

Silen Audio is making Infinite Flow accessible through a “rent to own” plan priced at $9.99 per month, allowing users to eventually own the synthesizer. Additionally, a free trial version is available for those interested in exploring its capabilities.

Silen Audio, founded by composer Adam Fligsten, has established itself as a player in the music technology and game audio industry. Infinite Flow is available on both Windows and Mac platforms as VST3 and AU.

Stay informed about the latest developments and updates from Silen Audio and Infinite Flow.

Follow Attack Magazine

Max for Live: Texture

Add texture simple to any sound. Simple an effective.

.

Buy Now

Max For Live: Mouth Play

Unconventional vocal shaping with a brass model or FM oscillator source

Learn More

Max For Live: NerualWaves

Synthesizer fuelled by a custom neural network, forging waves with precision

Learn More

Max For Live: The Spellbook

LFO inspired by sacred geometry, weaving nature's fabric into your projects

Learn More

Max For Live: Travelogue

A Max for Live MIDI device creating a unique sonic journey with joyful surprises

Learn More

Max For Live: Chance Engine

Add controlled yet random fluctuations to your most important parameters

Learn More

Max for Live: Pulse Engine

A unique generative MIDI device from Manifest Audio.

Buy Now

8th November, 2023

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You currently have an ad blocker installed

Attack Magazine is funded by advertising revenue. To help support our original content, please consider whitelisting Attack in your ad blocker software.

Find out how

x

    A WEEKLY SELECTION OF OUR BEST ARTICLES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX