You have to hand it to them. Sugar Bytes not only got me immediately interested in their new polyphonic synthesizer plugin, Factory, because it is a Sugar Bytes synth, but the marketing copy on their website had my brain completely overwhelmed too. In a good way.
When was the last time you saw a synth (or any plug-in) being described in the following way?
“Factory is your safari ticket to the wilderness of sound. Bearded basslines go fishing for diamonds in a lake full of frogs. Crank the crossfader to morph from a tricky beat to some mellow chords. Combine what no one else has combined yet. This is not your usual preset-clicker. Factory is the new poly-synth from Sugar Bytes. The one with the matrix.”
If this hasn’t got you curious too, then perhaps the trailer video will…
Here are the main features of Sugar Bytes Factory:
Listen to “Got A Job At The Factory” by Solidtrax below. Everything is Factory except for the drums:
EDITOR'S NOTE: Sugar Bytes have been busy! Just a few days after release, they issued a 1.0.1 update with a few fixes:
Factory is priced at $139 / €139.
You can download a demo of Factory here. http://www.sugar-bytes.de/content/download/demo/index.php?lang=en
Learn more about the different functions of Factory like its Oscillators, Modulators, Arpiculation, Matrix Basics, Matrix Advanced, Sequencers, Morph, Sample + Hold on on the Sugar Bytes site.