Modular Sound Design Environment

YOU BUILD YOUR SOUND. WE DEVELOP YOUR TOOL.

YOU BUILD YOUR SOUND. WE DEVELOP YOUR TOOL.

YOU BUILD YOUR SOUND. WE DEVELOP YOUR TOOL.

DECEMBER '18 UPDATE AVAILABLE

YOU BUILD YOUR SOUND. WE DEVELOP YOUR TOOL.

YOU BUILD YOUR SOUND. WE DEVELOP YOUR TOOL.

YOU BUILD YOUR SOUND. WE DEVELOP YOUR TOOL.

YOU BUILD YOUR SOUND. WE DEVELOP YOUR TOOL.

DECEMBER '18 UPDATE AVAILABLE

YOU BUILD YOUR SOUND. WE DEVELOP YOUR TOOL.

JUST BUILD SOUND

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Latest videos

2021/01 Update
Updated with new nodes and features.
Autumn '20 update
Updated with new nodes and features.
May '20 update
Updated with Dark UI, custom function, 4p filter, and more.
March '20 update
Alpha Forever updated with new features and enhancements

About

Alpha Forever started as a fun project by the hungarian brothers Gábor Gyutai and Balázs Gyutai. After 3 years of development things started to get more serious, and in the year 2018 they finally released the first version under the name: Alpha Forever (reflecting the never ending development).

Latest tutorials

Alpha Forever - AFTuts - Effect / Poly
Differences between effect mode and polyphonic mode.
Alpha Forever - AFTuts - UI Basics
User interface basics tutorial.
Alpha Forever - AFTuts - UI In-depth
User interface in-depth tutorial.

Features

Sound quality? Not an issue.

Uncompromised sound quality

We strive for flawless sound quality. With Alpha Forever you'll get everything you need to design sound from crystal clean sounding filters to aliasing free oscillators as quickly as possible.

It's an instrument, too

Modular audio software often require you to be an expert in other areas like UX design or programming. Alpha Forever is designed primarly for sound design purposes, you won't have to waste time on something you don't like to do, you can play and control your patches during creation.

Flexible user interface

Scale the window, zoom into the interface, use keyboard shortcuts. It's easy to get used to these features.

A true polyphonic modular

Who said a modular system has to be monophonic? Turning your patch into a polyphonic instrument is as much as a click in the menu.

Random node

Trunc

Arithmetic / Logic -- Trunc

Outputs the integer part of the input only.

Meet the latest node

Allplus Resonator

Echo / Reverb --- Allplus Resonator

The delay is replaced with an allpass diffuser, and the feedback loop features an additional allpass filter.

System requirements

- Windows operating system
- VST2.4 compatible host application
- 64bit VST host
- Mousewheel is recommended
- DirectX compatible graphics processor is recommended

Documentation

Demo version

> COMING SOON

Latest development news

Documentation

Patches

System requirements

Windows operating system.
VST2.4 compatible 64bit host application*.
Mousewheel is recommended.
OpenGL compatible graphics processor is recommended.

Demo limitations

Every function of Alpha Forever is available.
No audio dropouts, no nagging.
No time limitation.
A preset can be opened once during a session.
Saving is disabled, saved projects open up as empty projects.

Latest updates

December 9, 2022
Alpha Forever / Update 2022/01
New waveshaper nodes, an Allpass resonator node, node replace/exchange, and many other fixes.
December 10, 2021
Alpha Forever / Update 2021/02
2021's second update brings new nodes and improvements.
February 19, 2021
Alpha Forever / Update 2021/01
Updated with new filters and parallel patching.
July 14, 2020
June / July '20 - What we did
If you are wondering what happened since the last release. Here's a brief overview.

Free patches

We publish free patches and making-of videos from time to time.

October 9, 2019
Filter design
September 12, 2019
Shift register
September 6, 2019
Acoustic piano
August 30, 2019
Quick reverb
August 22, 2019
Audio rate clock