PinkNoise Studio presents Luna, a high-powered performance synth that combines powerful analogue sounds with custom digital flexibility.
Powered by the sounds of the legendary Moog Voyager, Luna creates unique synth sounds through a two-part audio-architecture. Each layer contains 92 original sound sources that can be combined, isolated and re-synthesized into a new exciting synth sound.
Each sound source is clearly labelled in terms of it's musical context 'Bass / Synth / Lead' have been painstakingly programmed to bring, powerful useful sounds in several genre contexts.
Luna has a unique feature, it can change its oscillators on the fly and gives you a unique way to create continuously changing sequences, melodies or bass lines. The oscillator tables can work perfectly either with the internal step sequencer or you can use them with any player device of Reason. The oscillator tables have three play modes: step, velocity or random.
Change and experiment with either of the layers instantly, with zero loading time retaining your inspiration.
Optimised in 198 custom-built patches combining unique FX units, signal-flow and a modulation matrix, the synth is ideal for keyboard wizardry, studio-trickery or sonic exploration. Experience evolving pads, deep booming bass, soaring detuned-leads, analogue-style strings, rhythmic arpeggios and much more.
Back Panel + CV Connections
The rear panel offers additional advanced functionality such as CV sequencer, modulation and configuration controls to interact with other instruments in the rack.
Performance and playability lie at the core of Luna factory bank with intuitive performance and modulation wheel routings at the core of every patch.
Flex your keyboard skills with a split-key patch; compliment a breakdown with a FX preset or craft dense soundscapes with automation features optimised for Reason.
Download Luna user manual
New in 1.8
• Oscillator Table tool (randomize, fill, shift elements)
• bug fixes & improvements
• new patches
New in 1.7
• new ergonomic & colorized Step Sequencer LCD panel (from Maia OE).
• editor tools for the Step Sequencer
New in 1.6
• the "oscillator select” pop-up buttons now support submenus for the easier navigation.
• You can copy parameters between Synth A and Synth B.
New in 1.5
• Oscillator tables
• Dual Step Sequencer from Maia
• revised and enlarged factory patch bank
• minor bug fixes and improvements
New in 1.1.0
• Dual Mono: when you split the keyboard in mono mode, both Synth A and B works as an independent mono synth
• split point: you can define a key split point
• you can set the split order (A-B or B-A)
• 2 trigger leds (near the OSC selector) display the note on for both synth (can be useful in spit mode)
• new modulation inputs on the back panel: pitch bend, mod wheel and aftertouch
• the main power switch on the back panel works as a panic button 8)
New in 1.0.5
• Polyphony bug, when the polyphony was set to greater than 32, an error occurred in exporting to audio, fixed.
• Delay FX time bug, when you used absolute time, the delay time was incorrect after you re-opened the song, fixed.
New in 1.0.4
• Patch initialisation bug, fixed.
New in 1.0.3
• sample offset initialisation bug fixed
• new feature: link options (see manual for the details)
• new patches for the Factory bank
New in version 1.0.2:
• mono mode now works properly
• fixed a small graphical offset bug in Filter enable switch
• new envelope response curve (higher resolution at the starting range to create more "punchy" sounds)
• 15 new convolution reverb types
• new patches for the Factory bank
• updated readability on the moog style knob's values
The order of the convolutions has been reorganized by the new types in version 1.0.2. If you have saved projects that contains v.1.0.0 Luna instruments, the following table may help to correct the Convolution types: Luna_1.0.2_changes.pdf