It’s highly inspired by the classic vector sythesizers such as: SC Prophet VS, Korg Wavestation and Yamaha TG-33. They were basically like ordinary subtractive synths but with the exception that they had a crossfading mixer for their sound sources that could be maneuvered with a joystick. This resulted in some great atmospheric sounds when the musician played the keys and at the same time moved the synths onboard joystick.
With the Dimensional vector spider you will be able to achieve the same result. You can control other plugins and create evolving, alive sounds. Imagine, for example controlling great Sonic Charge’s Synplant plugin via Dimensional vector spider :).
The dimensional vector spider is likely the most user demanding plugin in this (KVK Developers Challenge) contest. Mainly because you need to know how your DAWs midi and automation is laid out, you need to have a bunch of cool synths to apply the vector spider on and lastly you will probably need some time to understand how the vector spider operates.
BUT(!), if you got the patience, are serious about sound sculpting and get a kick out of spending some time watching a texture grow, rather than trying out 10 different “unison-trance-leads”, you might end up finding a little gem here. At least thats my intention.
Nice and unique plugin for more advanced users.