We are pleased to announce the release of a great update to the Vsynth package created by Kevin Kripper. The Vsynth package is a series of modules built around Gen that, together, make a modular video processing environment that introduces video synthesis with the efficiency of hardware-accelerated processing.
Vsynth 1.2.8 features change under-the-hood performance and stability and add 15 new modules including new waveform generators, colorspace convertors, waveshapers, and a brightness-band splitter.
Vsynth fans will be please to see Vsynth’s creator Kevin Kripper sharing new generators branched from video feedback techniques such as Vsynth’s new Chemical Oscillator (inspired by the Belousov-Zhabotinsky chemical reaction). Kevin says that he’s interested in creating more plug and play modules that generate complex behaviors along the lines of the Jitter jit.gl.bfg module.
There are new additions to Vsynth’s Patchbook along with new Lessons that focus on the use of the new modules.
If you're unfamiliar with Kevin and his amazing work, this new release is a great place to start. You can read a little more about Kevin and his work in this interview.
In fact, here's a little present from Kevin Kripper himself - a couple of Vsynth patches to pique your interest:
The Vsynth package update is available for download from the Max Package Manager. Run, don’t walk....