Reveal Sound Spire


  • Four multimode polymorphing oscillators
  • Classic, Noise, FM, AMSync, SawPWM, HardFM, Vowel oscillator types
  • Up to 9 unison voices per oscillator
  • Spread unison voices by chords, octaves, and semitones
  • Capable of imitating different types of unisons like supersaw and hypersaw


  • Two multimode filters with analog and digital filter types
  • Perfecto, Infecto, Acido, Scorpio, Combo, Shaper filter types
  • Zero-delay feedback for pristine filtering
  • Analogue filter emulation with smooth and natural response


  • Shaper/Decimator: Downward bit-crusher with analog emulation
  • Phaser/Vowel: Phasing, flanging, and vowel effects
  • Chorus/Flanger: Classic chorus and flanger effect
  • Delay: Stereo delay with multiple sync modes and feedback options
  • Reverb: Lush and spacious reverb with multiple modes


  • Four macros for quick control over key parameters
  • Four envelopes with multiple attack, decay, sustain, and release options
  • Four LFOs with morphing shapes and sync modes
  • 15 modulation matrix slots with 2 sources and 4 destinations each

Step Sequencer and Arpeggiator

  • 16-step sequencer with adjustable gate length and velocity
  • Advanced arpeggiator with multiple modes, patterns, and sync options

Additional Features

  • Multiband compressor for fattening sounds
  • Three-band EQ for fine-tuning the frequency spectrum
  • Over 1000 factory presets covering a wide range of sounds
  • Flexible routing and control options
  • User-friendly interface

This was one of the first software synths I purchased but I don’t tend to use it that much. I think I prefer the more graphical style of interface like Serum and Vital.