what is mopis?
Mopis is a high-quality software synthesizer that combines traditional subtractive synthesis with new technology we call reconstructive synthesis.
Mopis uses subtractive synthesis to create the same sounds that analog synths have used for years. The oscillators generate basic waveforms-- sawtooth, square, triangle, and sine waves-- which are processed by Mopis's filters. The filter options include a warm, non-linear, analog-style filter, so you can get your favorite analog synth sounds out of Mopis.
Listen: analog sounds created with Mopis
Our reconstructive synthesis adds a new dimension to your creations. Mopis can analyze your audio sample and create an oscillator that mimics the sample's properties. You can then play the sample back and bend it to your will.
It's not only simple, it's musically intuitive.
Listen: five before-and-after samples (the original sample followed by an instrument made with Mopis)
Here's some of what Mopis helps you do:
- Adjust the pitch of a sample without changing its speed or getting the "chipmunk effect"
- Adjust the speed without changing the pitch
- Move freely back and forth through a sample
- Loop samples quickly
- Adjust loop points on the fly
- Freeze a sample and turn it into a steady-state oscillator
You can also control any of these features through our modular assign table and create complex, evolving sounds.
- Try our quick tutorial and see for yourself how easy it is to get new life out of your old samples.
- Hear more of Mopis in action.
- See what other users are doing with Mopis in our forum.
- If you like what you hear, download the free trial version. The free trial has no time limits or annoying drop-outs. The full, registered version is only $50, and you can upgrade from the free trial version.
If you really like what you hear, order it now.
- 128 diverse preset instruments
- Up to 32-voice polyphony
- Up to six-voice unison
- Two primitive or sample-based oscillators per voice
- Five filter types
- Three LFOs New tempo syncing in 1.2!
- Delay and cross delay effects New tempo syncing in 1.2!
- Semi-modular assign table
- Loads most common WAV or AIFF samples
- Available as a VSTi or AU New Audio Unit Support in 1.2!
- Runs under both Windows (2000/XP) and Mac (OS X)
- VST 2.2- or Audio Unit-compatible host software
- Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Mac OS X (10.3.9 or later)
- 1 GHz or faster processor (the faster the better)
- sample editing software
- ASIO-compatible sound card (Windows users only)