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Zephir is a additive and subtractive digital synthesizer with four oscillators, two LFO and one FM. It has three effects, a Chorus, a Delay and a Reverb that you can send individually to the oscillators.

The two LFO have 12 ports, each one for a different parameter of the synth.
It has also a sampling rate controller for reducing the sampling frequency ratio and the number of bits used to quantize the audio signal
On May the 30th 1909, after a tornado, the stone Zephir was found in the stomach of a dying dog in Brown County, Texas. Not much is known of the tornado path, except that most deaths occurred in the residential areas on the south and east sides of the town.

It is thought to induce depression and pain to those who carry it. Sometimes it was used for medicinal purposes.

It is believed this stone is able to make high pitch sounds and to give off a natural light without reflection every 30th of May. Some believe it is also the cause of the blue northers.

In occult symbolism Zephir is often depicted as a weird hooked cross.
This sample audio was recorded in a studio lab.
Zephir is a Max for Live Device and a standalone app for Mac and Windows.
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Credits
andreareni.com
jacopotripodi.com


Special thanks
enzo pietropaolo
decodestudio.de

Z E P H I R

is an additive and subtractive digital synthesizer with four oscillators, two LFO and one FM.


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