Eight Thunderous Voices
Our most ambitious instrument to date, Cherry Audio’s Eight Voice polyphonic synthesizer meticulously emulates the immense sound of the Oberheim® Eight Voice, one of the world’s rarest and most desirable vintage instruments. Predating modern microprocessor control, its eight independent dual-oscillator voice modules could be challenging to program. Cherry Audio Eight Voice’s unique Voice Link controls allow simple and powerful grouping of voice module controls, eliminating individually setting each module's controls when homogenous poly sounds are desired. Focus buttons allow instant enlargement of any section of the user interface, making sound programming a breeze, and massively flexible keyboard assign modes enable endless mono and poly keyboard zoning and layering options. All in all, we’ve transformed the original’s daunting user interface into a fun and inviting mondo poly synth experience.
Above all, Eight Voice knocks it out of the park with an incredibly accurate and huge sound, courtesy of award-winning synth designer, Mark Barton’s (MRB) circuit-correct recreation of the magnificent Oberheim state-variable filter. Eight Voice also includes a feature-packed eight-step “mini” sequencer, and high quality modulation delay and reverb effects. Cherry Audio’s Eight Voice is truly bursting with unique sound possibilities at an unbelievably affordable price!
Eight Voice Features:
- Eight fully independent dual-oscillator voice modules
- Oberheim® multi-mode filter emulation by award-winning synth designer Mark Barton (MRB)
- Over 330 presets
- Massively configurable mono and poly keyboard assignment modes
- Independent key range settings for endless layering and zoning options
- Super flexible Voice Linking for powerful voice control grouping
- Focus buttons for instant enlargement of all areas of the user interface
- Two separate poly assign buses for stacked poly patch creation
- Additional LFO with six waveforms and tempo sync
- Eight-Step Mini Sequencer with 1/2-step quantizer and tempo sync
- Studio-quality reverb and mod delay with tempo sync
- Full MIDI control and DAW automation for all controls
- Eight Voice Synthesizer is available in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats.
A free 30-day demo of Polymode Synthesizer is available. This demo will play white noise periodically, but is otherwise unlimited.
macOS Requirements: macOS 10.9 or above, 64-bit required. Quad-core computer with 8GB of RAM recommended.
Windows Requirements: Windows 7 or above, 64-bit required. Quad-core computer with 8GB of RAM recommended.
Oberheim® is a registered trademark of Tom Oberheim. There is no association, affiliation or endorsement of Cherry Audio or its products by Tom Oberheim.
Mar 15, 21
Sounds too good to be true?!
No. So far the best sounding Synth by CherryAudio for my ears. Klanglich excellent!
The modwheel integration could however have been implementet more often I think. Thanks for this great tool!
Mar 21, 21
Great sounds! Fun to Play!
This is a fantastic value! So much fun to play and great, high quality sound for music production! Incredible deal!
Mar 31, 21
Mar 31, 21
first the module then the 8-voice
i bought the single module first and now it was time. and holy molecule does it sound badass :D
Apr 8, 21
What a Powerhouse
If you don't have this synth yet, stop reading this review and just buy it. There is so much scope with the voice linking, sequencer, poly and mono modes. Have a sequence running and fire off some lead lines over the top, all in this one synth. The oscillators sound so fat and that filter is the real deal. With this and the Polymode you have a perfect game or movie soundtrack set up. So far I have all of CA's synths and they are great value and top quality. Nice one Cherry Audio.
Jul 27, 21
Sep 26, 21
Eight voice heaven
This synth is amazingly musical. The timbres available are all very interesting but the rarer quality is that they are innately pleasant to listen to and feel. As someone who mostly records acoustic instruments, it matters a lot that I can have a similar relationship to a software synth as I have to acoustic instruments. The sounds are all very direct and mix and blend easily since they don't seem to have any annoying pre-mastered smallness that a lot of software synths do. Very grateful to have found this, and looking forward to what else comes out.