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It’s been 9 years since ROMpler fans have been asking Luxonix to relaunch Ravity. Your wishes have finally been granted!

Ravity is finally back to the Luxonix catalog as 3 VST plug-ins, but unfortunately for Windows 32-bit only: the Ravity S synth, the Ravity R drum synth and the Ravity 16 host. The latter can host up to 16 Ravity R/S modules, each with its channel Mute/Solo controls, automation support (you can load as many Ravity 16 instances as you want) and channel linking to create complex sounds.

Main features:

  • New structure based on a PCM synth module
  • Preset browser
  • Resizable GUI
  • NAVI 32-bit engine
  • HLMS: Hyper Layered MIDI assign System for real time performance and sound edit
  • FOEM (Fully Optimized embedded Effecting Module) with 24 types of algorithms
  • Independent arpeggiator / 4-layer combinator and 447 presets in Ravity S
  • 16 assignable pads / layers / 6 individual stereo outputs and 68 presets in Ravity R

You can choose between Ravity S + 16 for $34, Ravity R + 16 for $24 or the Ravity R+S+16 bundle for $45.

You can also download demo versions from www.luxonix.com/ravity.html.

Mac users, you need to push harder to get Ravity on your platform now!

 

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