Check out the video at the bottom of this post for a great walkthrough of the thought provoking virtual morph synth from Eisenberg called ‘EINKLANG’, with producer Rob Talbott (Dodge & Fuski).
EINKLANG is our first synthesizer following a new paradigm of sound generation. Instead of synthesizing sounds like traditional synthesizers according to a set of technical parameters (i.e. amplitudes, frequencies, spectra), EINKLANG re-synthesizes sounds using instrument models.
These instrument models can not only be tweaked directly in their musical parameters (i.e. loudness, pitch, timbre…) but also be morphed from one tone color to another.
These key features allow the user to think in plain sounds rather than mathematical equations and to control EINKLANG with only few musical parameters. The musician can concentrate on musical aspects, while the synthesizer does all of the underlying technical processing.
Think Sound – Think Music!
Morph a choir to a flute, or a guitar to a French horn, or anything you can imagine. For example, if you have a specific organ sound in mind, just take the three closest ones and morph around until you find your perfect personal setting.
In order to do so, EINKLANG’s graphical user interface (GUI) has been designed sleekly and intuitive. Located in the center, you find the triangle morphing field which allows you to morph between three different tone colors, with ease.