The design of the plugin itself was inspired by Suprematist art. If you look at some of Kazimir Malevich's paintings, such as ‘Suprematist composition’ or ‘White on White’, they are all to some extent chaotic, but on the other hand united. We tried to embody exactly the same feeling of opposition and unity in the sound of our instruments.
When we hear the sound of Rhodes piano, we hear the 1970s. Despite the fact that the instrument itself was invented long before that time, it was in the 70s that it gained the greatest popularity. That's why it was the aforementioned decade that served as the inspiration for the plugin's color palette and design. The subdued light of a lava lamp, wallpaper with the symmetric and flowing patterns and clothes of orange-yellow-brown shades are the perfect match for the warm and cozy sound of Rhodes piano.