Tone2 RayBlaster Released
Tone2 Audiosoftware has released its new Rayblaster synthesizer plugin for Windows and Mac OS X.
- New synthesis method: Impulse Modelling Synthesis.
- IMS designed to provide independent control over pitch, timing and timbre.
- Filter Impulse import: mimic the filters of other synthesizers or create your own experimental / fantasy filters.
- Resynthesis allows manipulation of your own sounds.
- Quick importers for resynthesis or drumloop synthesis.
- Psychoacoustic processing.
- 500 sounds.
- Allows for independent control over pitch, timing and timbre.
- 18 effects.
- LFOs capable of running at audio-rate.
- Gate and Arpeggiator section with configuration possibilities; swing, chord steps, step velocity, ...
Pricing & Availability:
Rayblaster is available now for €149 / $199 in the following formats:
- Windows: VSTi 32 bit, VSTi 64 bit, Standalone 32 bit, Standalone 64 bit.
- Mac OS X: VSTi 32 bit, VSTi 64 bit, AU 32 bit, AU 64 bit Universal Binary for 32 bit Intel, 64 bit Intel and Power PC.
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