The interactive display is where you draw the curves that drive Synchronous’ modulation effects. There are three independent curves that can target any mix of effect parameters.
You draw the curves with the waveform tools. Pick a waveform, a resolution and start drawing. You can mix and match waveforms and resolutions within the same wave for even richer modulation options.
For instant inspiration, load up any of the 100+ patches that comes packaged with Synchronous.
Assign the curve to the desired effect parmeter and set the amount. You can even let several curves control the same parameter.
In cooperation with renowned sound designer Nucleus Soundlab, Synchronous comes with 100+ great sounding modulation patches across categories such as Ambience, Pumping, Stutter, Sweeps and builds and more. Also included is a set of Combinator patches with instruments that make good use of Synchronous.
Aside from driving the built-in effects, Synchronous modulation engine can of course be routed to just about anything using Reason’s control voltage connectors on the back side of the Reason rack. Use one curve to control the distortion amount on a Scream 4 distortion unit added to an audio track. Use another curve to add motion to a pad in Parsec by modulating engine parameters. The possibilities are virtually endless!
Synchronous Operation Manual
MIDI Controller Chart