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Tone2 Audiosoftware releases ElectraX

Tone2 Audiosoftware

Tone2 has announced the release of ElectraX, a new synth that enables you to explore the vast musical universe of multi-synthesis oscillators, analog modeled filters, chaotic fractals, samples, psychoacoustic processing, flexible modulation and an immense sonic range. It's available now for Windows and Mac OS X in VST and AU instrument plug-in formats priced at $199 / €189 / £149.

ElectraXFeature summary:

  • Four full-featured synthesizers in one interface.
  • High-end sound quality with multicore processor support and low CPU usage.
  • 13 different combinable synthesis methods.
  • High flexibility and easy to use.
  • Psychoacoustic processing.
  • Analog modelling.
  • 4x multi-timbral.
  • 64x4 voices.
  • 560 presets by professional sound designers.
  • 23 exclusive analog modeled filter types.
  • 45 oscillator types.
  • More than 1000 waveforms.
  • 18 effect types including on-board Vocoder; Master effect section with Equalizer.
  • Flexible modulation.
  • Customizable user interface with 4 skins.
  • Flexible preset management.

Features per synthesizer:

  • Monophonic, legato, polyphonic, glide play modes.
  • 3 multi-synthesis oscillators.
  • Multiple synthesis types: VA, FM, AM, Phase Distortion, Samples, Resynthesis & import of custom Wavetables, Ultrasaw, PWM and Sync.
  • Exclusive Fractal Synthesis.
  • Dual multimode filters.
  • Dual multimode distortion/waveshaper.
  • 3 LFOs (global or per voice) capable of running into the audio range.
  • Step LFO, BPM syncable.
  • Four Envelope generators.
  • Arpeggiator.
  • Insert effect, BPM syncable.
  • Key splitting.

For more information and demo version please visit the Tone2 website at www.tone2.com.



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