28th January 2003
The Ultimate Electric, Acoustic and Synth Bass Instrument. When you're ready to get serious about Bass, this is the instrument! Trilogy is a programmable, sample-based sound module plug-in, that integrates a massive 3 Gigabyte core library of hundreds of brand new, remarkable Bass sounds, with a powerful user interface for creating your own unique patches.
The real power of Trilogy lies within its layering concept. Beyond the core library hundreds of incredible new Basses, every patch in Trilogy has two layers that you can tweak individually. You can also immediately mix and match any of the layers in the core library together, and edit each one independently. Imagine the power of combining the sound of a real Minimoog with a Fretless bass, or a Virus with a TB-303, or even adding a Juno sub-oscillator to an Upright Bass! There are thousands of earthshaking combinations, and you'll never run out of options.
- World's only dedicated Acoustic, Electric and Synth Bass instrument.
- Earthshaking, Cone-blowing, Subsonic sound.
- Massive 3 gig core library.
- All NEW Sounds developed by award-winning sound designer Eric Persing.
- Hundreds of brand new Electric, Acoustic and Synth Basses, each with dual layers.
- Mix and Match layers for thousands of dynamic combinations.
- Highly-detailed, multi-velocity multisample articulations for ultimate expression.
- Innovative 'True Staccato' sample-mapping, for natural sounding repeated notes.
- Finger Noise release layer for ultimate realism.
- Analog synth-style Legato triggering with Glide.
- Easy to use built-in patch management system.
- Fully programmable.
- Multimode resonant filters for each layer, plus master filters.
- Three envelopes per layer for Pitch, Filter and Amplitude.
- Matrix-style modulation routing, four LFOs.
- Total recall with your sequence.
- Powered by custom 32 bit UVI engine.
- Cross platform plug-in compatibility!
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