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Rob Papen releases the eXplorer III collection

Rob Papen has released the eXplorer III collection, which combines all Rob Papen virtual synths plus the company's four effects plug-ins.

Since eXplorer was first released in 2011, it has been updated to include Punch, Blade and now Blue 2, RP-AMOD and Predator FX at no extra cost.

This bundle holds all 11 RP products and in the future also PunchBD:

  • Blade: Cutting edge additive synthesizer.
  • Punch: Speaker busting and body rattling drum machine.
  • BLUE-II: Cross-fusion synthesis.
  • SubBoomBass: Deep groove bass synth with built-in step sequencer.
  • Predator: Phat analogue synth.
  • PredatorFX: Filter, modulation, vocoder and effects plug-in.
  • RG: Electric & acoustic guitar grooves with sequencer and synth effects.
  • RP-Delay: Delay insanity. Reverser, 6 lines, 8 filters, 4 LFOs & more.
  • RP-Verb: An advanced, transparent and musical algorithm reverb with easy controls.
  • RP-Distort: FX unit that will distort or alter your tracks.
  • RP-Amod: Spice up your vocal track, liven an instrument and even beef up your drums.
  • PunchBD: 2nd quarter 2014.

Pricing & Availability

eXplorer III has a list price of €585 (incl. VAT) / $699. Upgrades start at €44 / $49. For users that already own one or more RP product and would like to upgrade, discounts are available.

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Delfinoverde
Delfinoverde
28 April 2014 at 2:56pm

Too bad that Rob Papen stopped backwards compatibility with older MAC OS (10.5.8). All the new products require 10.6.8 as minimum. That sucks Rob.

EnochLight
EnochLight
29 April 2014 at 11:25am

Huh.. not really. Many devs have moved to OS X 10.7 or higher. It's amazing that RP is still supporting something as old as OS X 10.6.8.

Time to upgrade, perhaps?

Delfinoverde
Delfinoverde
3 May 2014 at 12:36pm

Pretty lame & lazy move by the developers! Others still support older OS, so it's just plain exclusion.

Well, Apple's PROFIT policy plays a big role in that, forcing their massive pressures to developers, who then try to apply the same pressure to users.

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