Urban Nexus is a spectral synthesizer with 32 harmonics. The synthesis can be simply done through mouse manipulations. The amp ADSR and filter ADSR can be adjusted the same way. Additional timbre adjustments are made using warping system and adding phat module with 5 x-mode, LP/HP filter, LFO and reverberation. The interface is simple. It should not be difficult at all to use for musicians. The interface is built as a professional electronic instrument. It has a look and feel of professional electronic instruments. Groups of controls that are functionally related are arranged together on the front face. Multimode LFO with BPM sync end and local rate generator is available. The phat module with 5 x-mode. Groups of control on the interface include OSC, LFO, FILTER, REVERB and Main. A waveform display shows you the synthesized waveform. There are 64 factory presets available with the tool.
Detune effects are available for generating strange and fat sound landscapes. MIDI learning mode is available. The trial version is free to use but you will need to pay a ten dollar donation after the trial is over. LP or HP filters are available. For musicians familiar with actual hardware instrument, it will be very easy to get used to. Learners could invest in the software version first to complete the learning before investing in the hardware. Making music with synthesized sounds, this could be of immense help. With the set of controls available, a wide range of experimentation will be possible. This is a very good tool.