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Friday, July 09, 2021

“IOLabs Flux 35 - Meet Anima Phi” by Friendly Noise


video upload by Friendly Noise

"In this video, Flux controls via Befaco VCMC the physical modelling monophonic synthesizer Aodyo Anima Phi. The unexpectedly organic sequences generated by Flux make a great combination with the wide range of Anima Phi’s sounds. Flux’ macro pots are assigned to Density, Compression, Curve and Humanise.
Slider 8 on VCMC generates mod-wheel CC."

“IOLabs Flux 36 - Flux goes midi” by Friendly Noise

video upload by Friendly Noise

"Video sections:

00:06 Kontakt Drum Lab
01:00 Kontakt Drum Lab
02:14 Kontakt Action Strikes
03:14 Kontakt Action Strikes
04:37 Chromaphone 3
06:00 Chromaphone 3

This video shows the power of Flux after the firmware upgrade V1.06.
Flux is now fully controllable via midi messages and it sends midi control signals, too.
You can use the midi port on the back pannel or the coming little expansion module.
Flux is class compliant. :-)

When combined with different VST instruments, the intricate and ever evolving patterns that Flux can generate simply shine. Everything is based on an 8 step sequence."

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

“AODYO Anima Phi - First Contact” by Friendly Noise


video upload by Friendly Noise

"Please make sure that your system can reproduce low frequencies correctly.

Video sections:
00:06 01 Modelling
01:10 02 Rumbling
02:53 03 Flutes
03:50 04 Percussive sequence 1
04:44 05 Percussive sequence 2
05:45 06 Analog-like
07:04 07 Piezo
08:08 08 Ambient
09:48 09 Bells
10:47 10 Robots

Anima Phi, by AODYO, is a brand new monophonic synthesizer with an interesting approach. It’s a acoustic modelling synthesizer with also analog modelling parameters and effects onboard. Modulations routing are great and they will be undoubtedly the key for many great sounding patches to come.

In this video you can see the first contact with Anima Phi. I wanted to use the Seaboard, but it outputs multiple controller data and the Seaboard needs some editing with the Dashboard in order to make a template which can get the most of Seaboard + Anima Phi. So that Seaboard video will come in the next weeks for sure.

Even with an standard keyboard like the Arturia Keystep, the quality and playability of the Anima Phi shines from the beginning to the end of the video."

Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Aodyo Instruments Anyma Phi Physical Modeling Synth

Note: Auction links are affiliate links for which the site may be compensated.


via this auction

You can find demos of the Anyma Phi in previous posts here.

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Anyma Phi: Sequenced using a groovebox & Roli Seaboard Rise 25


Aodyo Instruments

"In this demo, Romain sequences the Anyma Phi using a simple MC-303 groovebox.

All sounds are generated by the Anyma Phi, except for kick provided by the groovebox :
- a plucked string + a VA oscillator (bassline), going into filter, resonator and a little phaser
- a resonator plus delay
- an external input source (kick drum mixed into the Anyma Phi and passed through a filter + resonator)

NB: encoder response to be improved.

Demo and sound design by Romain Bricout.

Anyma Phi blends the classic ingredients of electronic music with physical modeling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, such as strings or reeds, as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal."

Anyma Phi: Played using a Roli Seaboard Rise 25

"In this demo, Romain plays the Anyma Phi using a Roli Seaboard Rise 25, directly plugged into the Anyma Phi USB port. He made a hybrid beefy bass patch made of physical modelling and virtual analog elements (VA oscillator and 24 dB/oct ladder filter).

Demo and sound design by Romain Bricout."

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Anyma Phi: Flute patch demo (aka “Mutaflute” sound universe)


Aodyo Instruments

It kind of sounds like a KORG Prophecy, also a physical modelling synth of course.

"In this demo, Julien Tortora is improvising with the overblowing and versatile sonic capabilities of an Anyma Phi modeled flute patch (aka “Mutaflute” sound universe).
Korg Prophecy used only as a MIDI controller for the Anyma Phi.
Pianist and composer: Julien Tortora (https://torto.org)
Discover our Anyma Phi Kickstarter campaign and benefit from a special offer of 20% off: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/..."

Friday, December 11, 2020

Pink and Blue Sylphyo Giorgia Angiuli Limited Edition


Aodyo Instruments

"Discover the đź’— Pink Sylphyo Giorgia Angiuli Limited Edition and the đź’™ Blue Sylphyo Giorgia Angiuli Limited Edition made in collaboration with Giorgia Angiuli.

Some time ago, we started working on a collaboration with Giorgia Angiuli. She has synesthesia, and part of her art is to feel the music with colors! That is why we launch a new series of Sylphyo Limited Edition with two colors: Pink and Blue.

"I have synesthesia, and I love to feel the music with colors! Playing music for me means getting into a magic world where all the little details make the difference" by Giorgia Angiuli. "

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Anyma Phi: Playing using a MIDI guitar (MIDI pickup + audio input)


Aodyo Instruments

"You can play the Anyma Phi as a synth, using a MIDI controller, or as an audio effects unit, using the audio input. Or… you can do both at the same time!
Here, Jonathan uses a guitar equipped with a Fishman TriplePlay MIDI pickup that sends the MIDI data of his performance to the Anyma Phi, in addition to the guitar's own audio output.
Having both MIDI and audio allows you to augment your guitar sound with resonators and other physical models that are always kept in tune with your playing, opening a wide range of possibilities!

Anyma Phi is an affordable hybrid monophonic synthesizer that allows you to create new sound universes inspired from the real world, where objects collide, vibrate, and resonate.

Anyma Phi blends the classic ingredients of electronic music with physical modeling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, such as strings or reeds, as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal."

Friday, December 04, 2020

Anyma Phi: Percussive Playing Surface & Resonating Strings Demos

Anyma Phi: Percussive playing surface Demo
Aodyo Instruments

"The percussive playing surface will allow you to tap and scratch your sounds directly on the case, making your performance even more expressive and fun! Here is a quick demo of what we could integrate into Anyma Phi's case.

This would be made possible by integrating a piezoelectric contact microphone into the case. The resulting sound would be available to use on the Anyma as an audio input, ready to be fed into resonators and effects!"

Anyma Phi: Resonating strings demo
Aodyo Instruments

"In this demo, Julien Tortora plays an Anyma Phi's resonating strings patch (aka "Laraaji" sound universe).
Korg Prophecy only used as a MIDI controller for the Anyma Phi.

Pianist and composer: Julien Tortora (https://torto.org)"

Thursday, December 03, 2020

Anyma Phi: Preview of the patch librarian / advanced editor


Aodyo Instruments

"This is a preview video of the functionality of the patch librarian / advanced editor for Anyma Phi. This will be made available as a stretch goal if reached, see our Kickstarter page for details: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...

Anyma Phi is an affordable hybrid monophonic synthesizer that allows you to create new sound universes inspired from the real world, where objects collide, vibrate, and resonate.

Anyma Phi blends the classic ingredients of electronic music with physical modeling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, such as strings or reeds, as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal."

Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Anyma Phi - Physical modeling synthesizer by Aodyo Instruments Kickstarter Video



The Kickstarter video has been added to the start of the playlist in the Aodyo Anyma Phi announcement post here.

Monday, November 30, 2020

Anyma Phi - Physical Modeling Synthesizer by Aodyo





Details via the Kickstarter campaign:

"An affordable hybrid monophonic synthesizer that allows you to create new sound universes inspired from the real world, where objects collide, vibrate, and resonate

Anyma Phi blends the classic ingredients of electronic music with physical modeling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, such as strings or reeds, as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal. Anyma Phi is compact enough to stand on your keyboard, or anywhere on your desk, and is compatible with any MIDI controller, such as keyboards, sequencers, or even wind controllers, including our own Sylphyo! [see posts here]

Whether you play live or record in the studio, design sounds or play presets, Anyma Phi will become an indispensable tool. It can even be used as a stand-alone effects processor, or as part of a guitar effects pedal setup.


The heart of the Anyma Phi is the matrix, which provides a quick and easy way to explore your sounds by following a physical metaphor, with four macros for each of the five stages of sound generation.

With its matrix, Anyma Phi offers a straightforward way to tweak, explore, and create sound universes. It also provides easy ways to make your sound react to your MIDI controllers with mapping shortcuts. But don't be fooled by the simplicity!

If you want to dive deeper, you can take control of the powerful semi-modular synth engine beyond the matrix, with oscillators covering a wide range of synthesis techniques, effects, and modulators.

By connecting those together, you can create any kind of sound, and control it any way you want.

Specs:

Hybrid monophonic synthesizer

Stereo audio output:
- Two 1/4” mono line jack outputs
- One 1/4” stereo headphone jack output

Stereo audio input:
one 1/4” stereo input

MIDI inputs and outputs via USB and DIN ports

Powerful digital semi-modular synthesizer engine

- Memory: 63 patches

- 3 oscillator slots

- 5 effect slots + 1 mono reverb

- 2 audio buses for mixing and effect assignation

- 8 modulator slots, including DAHDSR envelope generators, LFOs, curves, interpolators, slew limiters, etc.

- 24 mapping slots, each allowing to control any synth parameter (including another mapping) using a modulator or a controller input, with a sidechain input.

*Technical specifications subject to change in order to improve reliability, function, or design."

Monday, June 08, 2020

Il y avait .. Ă  vent...


Laurent Baloran

Baloran controlled by Aodyo Sylphyo wind instrument. Googlish translation below.

"Laurent, un camarade nordiste et son Ă©quipe ont conçu le Sylphyo, un instrument Ă  vent autonome et midi via le lynk. Bien sĂ»r, j'ai voulu m’intĂ©resser au midi et sa liaison avec The River. J'ai profitĂ© de la version 2.0 de l'OS de The River pour adapter l'information de souffle CC11 au fonctionnement de The River : lissage du flux, modification du cycle de l'enveloppe (le decay 'disparait' et le sustain est 'remplacĂ©' par le souffle...),
Tout ce que vous entendez sort du River, une prise, effets inclus (le nouveau Shim). Voilà, vous constaterez avec effroi que je n'ai pas beaucoup bossé la flûte à l'école ;)"

Googlish:

"Laurent, a northern comrade and his team designed the Sylphyo, an autonomous and midi wind instrument via the lynk. Of course, I wanted to take an interest in Midi and its connection with The River. I took advantage of version 2.0 of The River OS to adapt the CC11 breath information to the operation of The River: smoothing the flow, modifying the envelope cycle (the decay 'disappears' and the sustain is 'replaced' by breath ...),
Everything you hear comes out of the River, one plug, effects included (the new Shim). Here, you will note with fright that I did not work a lot the flute at school;)"

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Sylphyo Quick Start: With a MIDI synthesizer


Published on May 24, 2018 Aodyo Instruments

Spot the synth.

"Want to use the Sylphyo to play your favorite synth? This video shows you how in one minute.
If this is the first time you use your Sylphyo, make sure you charge it for up to 8 hours before using it.
You will need a MIDI cable (not included) to connect the MIDI output of the wireless receiver device to the MIDI input of your synthesizer. Power the wireless receiver using the included USB cable and charger, and turn on your Sylphyo and your synth. That's it!

Sylphyo is a next-generation wireless MIDI wind controller made in France by Aodyo Instruments. The Sylphyo allows you to play any kind of sound (or synthesizer) like a traditional woodwind instrument, with their unmatched feeling and expressive possibilities. If you play the saxophone, recorder, flute, trumpet, clarinet, oboe, or whistle, you'll feel at home with the Sylphyo. If you don't, it's a wonderful way to get started with wind instruments. In both cases, the Sylphyo combines the countless possibilities of electronic instruments with the feeling of acoustic traditional instruments."

Friday, July 31, 2015

Two Days Left to Fund the AODYO SYLPHYO WIRELESS MIDI WIND CONTROLLER


Just a heads up, there are only two days left to fund the AODYO SYLPHYO on Indiegogo, and they have not yet reached their goal. If this is something you want to see happen, you might want to consider funding it vs. waiting to pick one up later.

Monday, June 08, 2015

AODYO SYLPHYO WIRELESS MIDI WIND CONTROLLER on Indiegogo


Published on Jun 1, 2015 AODYO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

"Time for a new kind of wireless MIDI wind controller ...
Support our INDIEGOGO campaign starting on the 2nd of June 2015.
http://igg.me/at/aodyo/x/10696385"


"The SYLPHYO is a new wind musical instrument, providing the feeling of an acoustic wind instrument, with extra possibilities of electronic devices.

The SYLPHYO is designed to provide easy access to the expressive world of wind instrument to any musician. It can also be played silently for training, or used for writing scores.

As a standard MIDI controller, the SYLPHYO naturally integrates in any electronic music setup, from vintage analog synthesizers to virtual based instruments, running on computers, tablets or smartphones."
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