MOK’s Miniraze synth brings aggressive wave-slicing sounds to your productions

With flexible parameters and varied effects, this could be a winner for music-makers favouring sound design.

Mok Miniraze

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Wave-slicing synthesis is the name of the game with MOK’s latest Miniraze plug-in, giving users deep control over sound design to achieve unique (as well as some rather aggressive) sounding tones.

Wave-slicing lets you splice two waveforms – from a list of over a hundred in Miniraze – together to form a new one, which you can further customise through an array of parameters from ring mods and tuning options and finish off with effects.

MOK introduced the unique synthesis method in its Waverazor plug-in and Eurorack module. the Miniraze now takes things a step further by introducing a Minimoog-style top panel and subtractive synthesis workflow.

Miniraze sports three wave-splicing oscillators, a mixer, filters spanning classic and generative types to FM, and a flexible modulation section to boot. There are also four multi-wave LFOs and four ADSR envelopes for modulators.

At the end of the chain, the effects section includes distortion, delay, reverb, chorus, flanger, phaser and more to finish up your sound. Furthermore, you get 11 different noise profiles and an analogue switch to introduce a vintage feel. As for playing options, there’s an onboard arpeggiator and glide features.

MOK Miniraze is available now for $129. Additionally, there’s also a special Bob Moog Foundation 15th Anniversary Miniraze sound pack, with over 200 presets, available for $49. Proceeds from the pack will be directed to the Bob Moog Foundation.

Learn more at mok.com