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Audioxygen Gemini

Audioxygen has released Gemini, a new synthesizer VST instrument for Windows that combines a fat "analogue" sound with special step sequencers and "radical distortion behavior".


It produces "raging" techno baselines, Psy/Goa FX, Hardstyle screams, shimmering pads, big trance leads and much more, according to Audioxygen. 180 presets aimed at these genres are included.

Key Features:
  • Fat "analogue" sound with unique detuning algorithm.
  • Aggressive Resonance and Distortion behavior down to the lowest frequencies.
  • Special inter-modulating dual step sequencers.
  • Easy to operate.
  • Loads multiple skins.

Extended features:
  • Dual Oscillator banks with waveforms: Saw, Pulse, Sine, Triangle, White Noise.
  • Oscillators detune and spread controls for custom detuning behavior.
  • Pitch modulation by syncable LFO and Dual step sequencers.
  • Dual Filters supporting parallel/serial mode + convenient cutoff knob link mode.
  • Filter modulation by: sync LFO, ADSR Envelope, Step sequencer.
  • Filter modes: Low Pass / High Pass / Band Pass / Band Reject / Peaking.
  • Dual overdrive unit which can act in parallel and series.
  • Dual step sequencers support glide, gating, and 8 sync modes.
  • Step sequencers can interact with each other via 2 algorithms.
  • Step sequencer perfect host sync. (will keep in sync with played beats, even when playing live).
  • Effects bank with Stereo Reverb, Stereo sync Delay and Stereo field mixer.
  • Very short delay timing possible to create acoustic metallic effects.
  • Portamento sliding + glide supported.
  • 32 Notes Polyphonic.
  • Synthesizer sections can be enabled/disabled for optimal CPU efficiency.
  • Full MIDI Control.

Pricing & Availability
Gemini for Windows is available now for direct download priced at €19. A demo version, free Gemini sample packs and manual are all available for download.
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