Rob Papen launches Vecto RE for Reason
Vecto, Rob Papen’s new virtual synthesizer in Rack Extension format for Reason, is now available at the Propellerhead webstore.
Rob Papen published a first demo video of Vecto a couple of days ago, which gave us the opportunity to introduce the new virtual synth in this news.
What we didn’t know is that Vecto features four oscillators with a wide selection of waves (additive, spectrum), sampled waveforms and presets vector paths. You also have the ability to draw your own vector path in the GUI in order to shape the sound and modulate it thanks to the different available options. Note that the dual filter section also includes 28 different types of filter.
Vecto is available at shop.propellerheads.se for 99 €/$.
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