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Wizoo Hyper Modules announced

Wizoo has announced the first three "Hyper Modules" for Hypersonic - US-1 Ultra Synthesizer, GP-2 Grand Pianos and NB-3 Tonewheel Organ.

Each Hyper Module is a full-featured, professional software instrument that integrates seamlessly into Hypersonic so you can combine them with other elements, and/or integrate them into existing patches/combis.

US-1 Ultra Synth

Features:

  • High-end audio quality, fat and powerful sound, flexible modulation options.
  • 3 oscillators with analog waveforms, wavetable synthesis, sync, and unison mode.
  • Multimode filter with osc audio modulation and overdrive.
  • 3 envelopes, 3 LFOs.
  • Modulation matrix for easy modulation control and expressive playing.
  • Expert page for detailed adjustment of various sound parameters.
  • Includes 256 patches from professional sound designers.

GP-2 Grand Pianos

Features:

  • Two piano models.
  • Character adjustment knob (soft/ natural/ bright/ hard).
  • Three versions of each piano are optimized for different amounts of available host RAM.
  • Adjustable velocity curve with three preset buttons.

NB-3 Virtual Tonewheel Organ

Features:

  • 9 drawbars.
  • Unique tonewheel emulation (variable from the original sine wave sound to a dirtier, more complex timbre).
  • Buttons for percussion on/off, loud/soft, short/long, 3rd/2nd harmonic.
  • Adjustable key click.
  • Virtual rotary speaker cabinet with valve preamp, controls for speed, color and overdrive.
  • Authentic rotor horn display.
  • Rotary cabinet can be an FX element in any patch.
  • Includes 64 patches by Peter Gorges.

All three modules are scheduled for release on March 1st 2004 for $99 USD each but as a launch special Wizoo are offering all three for $249 USD / €199 EUR and for those that don't yet own Hypersonic they have the Hypersonic XXL Bundle featuring Hypersonic and all three Hyper Modules for $555 / €499 EUR.

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