Anyma Omega blends the classic ingredients of electronic music with physical modelling technology, allowing it to simulate acoustic sound sources, such as strings or reeds, as well as resonating structures, like wood, glass, or metal. Anyma Omega is polyphonic and multitimbral. You can play up to 16 notes simultaneously and combine up to 4 sound parts (individual patches) in a performance. You can also route audio signal from one part to another to create monstrous patches. The powerful semi-modular synth engine of Anyma Omega covers a wide range of synthesis techniques (physical modelling, but also virtual analog, wavetable, FM, etc.) with its large collection of oscillators, FX and modulators. With Anyma Omega you can use any scale or tuning to make your sound travel all around the world and the eras. You have access to different micro-tuning presets. You can also load Scala (.scl) or Anamark (.tun) files in Anyma Omega by converting them to MIDI Tuning standard (MTS) format. In addition to importing and exporting tunings, there are several options that can be used to define and edit tunings directly on the instrument: reference tone adjustment, 12-tone octave scale, tuning table for each note and n-EDO scales.
Anyma Omega is featured with a versatile control surface combining a polyphonic aftertouch high quality FATAR keyboard, a multi touch multi dimensional ribbon controller and also a 3D sensitive touchpad with dynamic sensing. Anyma Omega is MPE compatible. This allows the musician to play even more expressively by controlling more parameters such as timbre, pitch, MIDI CC, etc. all at the same time. The control surface can be configured as MPE controller (keyboard, ribbon, touchpad). Conversely, the semi-modular synth engine can also be controlled by this control surface or by any external MPE controller connected to the Anyma Omega. In addition, Anyma Omega is featured with an advanced micro-tuning scale system (AMSS).