The sine wave, transformed
Every natural sound we hear is a combination of different sine waves that vary in amplitude, frequency, and phase relation. Sinoid takes this very basic building block of sound and tests its limits in every conceivable direction. Starting points are the warmth of an analog sine wave, the breathy purity of woodwinds and ocarinas, the percussive tones of glockenspiel and vibraphone, or the ethereal voice of the singing bowls. Then the color sweeps in with 23 dual-layered sound design patches—each transforming and mutating the sound dynamically, and dramatically.