Welcome to the Cosmos.
Embark on an epic sonic journey through space and time with the new Cosmos softsynth. Hitchhike a ride on friendly UFOs and make your music echo across the universe. Act now to try Cosmos at our special introductory price.
The hitchhiker's guide to Cosmos
Join us on a cosmic journey.
Cosmos is a brand-new softsynth with hand-crafted effects and playful interface. Let your love shine with 8-voice polyphony. Modulate anything with LFOs or envelopes and experience spiralling arpeggios with the multimodal galaxy arp. Try it now for free!
The key features of Cosmos.
Eight-voice variable shape virtual analog oscillators with sync, FM, cross-fading velvet noise and sub.
Innovative virtual analog filter with independent damp, resonance and drive.
Galaxy arpeggiator with rate, octaves and four unique modes.
UFOs and Envelopes
Patch anything with two UFOs (frequency and shape) and envelopes.
Lush reverb and echo with variable feedback, damp, time and mix.
Genki in the news.
Overall the interface presents a futuristic and fun synthesizer that’s totally familiar while being remarkably different. It wants to be intuitive, it wants you to find your way through experimentation and moving and interacting with stuff. Cosmos is really nicely done.
We made Cosmos out of love for happy accidents.
Cosmos is specifically designed to be an inspiration machine, not just for synth buffs, but any musician who wants to create interesting sounds and sonic textures.
"Cosmos is specifically designed to be an inspiration machine, not just for synth buffs, but any musician who wants to create interesting sounds and sonic textures."
Everything else you need to know.
VST3 & Audio Unit
After purchase you'll receive a download link to Cosmos which works both as a VST3 and Audio Unit.
Created to be plug-and-play, Cosmos is compatible with macOS and Windows 8+ computers.
User friendly presets
Cosmos comes equipped with presets to get you started. Easily create your own and save them to the Cosmos.
The Cosmos smiles upon you.
The future of music looks like the Cosmos softsynth, with unlimited ways to shape, create, and explore new sounds.