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Chris St' Aubyn releases Simple 1.5 for HALion - Steinberg "Instrument Of The Month" Intro offer

Chris St'Aubyn

Chris St' Aubyn has released version 1.5 of Simple, the latest generation of the polyphonic synthesizer powered by HALion.

Simple 1.5 introduces a brand-new look and kind of new everything. Continuing the course of providing advance synthesis in a simplistic package, this update offers 200 new presets, which brings the total up to 808 presets. This version offers a new distortion type, 3 new chorus types, 7 new reverb types, and a new lowpass/highpass filter for the delay FX. Simple 1.5 also introduces 340 new Super Voice modes. This includes the gained ability to playback samples and noise generators.

Chris St' Aubyn comments:

Simple stands for synthesis from a musical perspective. With its Simple Control - a new way to create unique, super colossal sounds; Super Voice - effortless voice transformer; and Super Tone - three distinct synth engines, creating superior sounds just got Simple.

New in Simple 1.5:

  • Brand-new Interface (with scaling up to 2x, making it fitting for 4K monitors).
  • 200 new presets.
  • 340 new Super Voice modes (Including 275 new samples and noise generators).
  • New Custom Arpeggiator mode.
  • 2 new filter modes (including new fatness algorithms).
  • 58 new filter types.
  • 3 new chorus types (Flanged, Phased, Ensemble).
  • 7 new reverb types (Room x3, Plate x2, Hall x2).
  • New lowpass/highpass filter for the delay FX.
  • New dual diode tube distortion.
  • Individual FX presets.
  • Pitch bend options.
  • And much more.

Availability & Pricing

Simple 1.5 is a free update for all existing owners of Simple.

Simple 1.5 is available through the Steinberg Online Shop for an introductory price of 53.99€ / $53.99 until the end of January 2022 (Reg. 89.99 euros, including German VAT / 89.99 US dollars).

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