Circle² is coming soon! / Gavin Burke on June 13th

Circle is coming soon!
Since its release, Circle has gained respect for its ease of use, great design and powerful sound engine.

For 2014, we decided to make Circle even better.

Our team has been working hard to design and implement several new features, modules and effects to extend the spectrum of sounds that Circle can produce. We’ve also redesigned Circle’s interface - all while retaining our familiar, minimalist look.

We’ll be revealing more details about the project over the coming weeks. Stay tuned and subscribe to our Facebook page or Twitter feed for more info.

Get ready to say hello to Circle².

10 Responses to “Circle² is coming soon!”

  1. 1 / mirkyWater / June 13th at 1:40 pm

    This is looking good. FAW was abit silent there for a while, but they are getting their act together with this…

  2. 2 / johnjohn / June 13th at 2:23 pm

    I’m looking forward to having it working under Protools 11 again, interface is definitely nice, can’t wait to see more new features though

  3. 3 / JollyMusic / June 13th at 2:48 pm

    Hope you get the Windows permission issue fixed that makes the current Circle unusable without turning off Internet connectivity.

  4. 4 / johnjohn / June 13th at 3:26 pm

    Circle² = Circle Squared

    Nice!

  5. 5 / Yellowhammer / June 14th at 10:32 am

    Hope it works on Mac OS 10.6.8!

  6. 6 / torihori / August 3rd at 12:24 pm

    Not yet?

  7. 7 / Igro / October 14th at 8:46 pm

    Hi! Will it have stereo unison?

  8. 8 / Fernando Lins / November 3rd at 9:07 pm

    Is this still being developed? Is there a release date? I’d like to buy Circle but I want to make sure it will be supported and updated.

  9. 9 / Lev / November 29th at 7:34 pm

    Hi !

    before than any I must say knowing and owning Circle was really good. A clean, intuitive, good-looking user-interface with a very nice sounding synth-engine.

    It’s just that at some point, appears like this software is near impossibly to update, first to go for 64-bit, now for just ONE more oscilator type with a “new” user-interface. Anyway, maybe there had been enough time to fully rewrite it, in the way it has to be: both portable and optimized, going for a KISS aproach.

    You have a great soft-synth, with already cautive market. So here is my advice: Take a breath. Start practicing meditation. Begin the REWIRITING of the synth-engine using plain C++, soon after begin this, you will have interface classes that will be used to implement a User-Interface as well as the required VST/AU plugins.

    Well, just a saturday morning comment. Keeping Cool, ok!

  10. 10 / great music page / December 1st at 7:02 pm

    delighted to stumble onto your post

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