'Stranger Things' isn't just one of the most popular Netflix series out there, its soundtrack is easily one of the best things we've heard on any series, ever. Now a (presumably) avid fan has set up an online synth, allowing users to distort those iconic electronic arpeggios to their heart's content.
Nonlinear Labs — the company set up by Native Instruments founder, Stephan Schmitt — has shown off its new premium hardware synth, the C15.
The C15 is a digital synth incorporating an all-new sound engine, combined with the aesthetic of a vintage instrument thanks to its wooden casing.
The core structure is a phase modulation synth that is based on two sine oscillators and two sine shapers only. Their signals can be passed through a comb filter, a state-variable filter, and a chain of five effects.