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Spectrasonics has announced its new virtual instrument Trilian, the successor to the Trilogy bass module.


The new instrument has a larger core library and features new acoustic, electric and synth basses – as well as enhanced versions of the classic Trilogy sounds. rilian is the first 64-bit native software based on Spectrasonics STEAM Engine and is the first virtual instrument to feature full library integration with the company’s Omnisphere synthesizer.

Trilian Features (preliminary info):
  • Larger core library includes multiple NEW Acoustic, Electric & Synth Basses.
  • Includes enhanced versions of all the original Trilogy patches.
  • Based on STEAM Engine technology – like Omnisphere.
  • Arpeggiator with Groove Lock for instant bass line syncing to any RMX groove or MIDI Files.
  • Omnisphere library integration: use any of the Trilian sounds inside Omnisphere.
  • Integrated FX racks, including all effects from Omnisphere.
  • 8-part multi-timbrality allows access to multiple articulations in a single plug-in.
  • High Definition streaming sample playback with Multi-channel audio architecture allows easy Mic, DI and Release soundsource mixing within a single layer.
  • Extensive 'Round-Robin’ sampling for natural sounding bass lines with repeated notes.
  • Expressive Multisampled dynamic slides – realistically slide from one note down to another.
  • Live Mode allows 8 dynamic bass articulations loaded at once with instant, seamless key-switching.
  • Stack Mode allows user configurable key/velocity/controller articulation mapping.
  • New Custom Controls main page for rapid editing, access to the most useful controls and user interface customization for each patch.
  • New Browser with Searching, Attributes/Tags, Images.
  • Edit Page offers very powerful sound manipulation features including Timbre Shifting, FM, Flex Mod, Modulatable FX, Dual-voice Harmonia and more.
  • Mac Universal Binary VST/AU/RTAS support – Windows VST, RTAS.
  • 64-Bit native support.

Full product details, comprehensive sound listings and system requirements for Trilian will be announced in May.

Pricing & Availability
Trilian is set to be released May 18, 2009, the MSRP is $299/€229. All Trilogy customers can upgrade to Trilian for $99. There is also a special FREE upgrade offer for Trilogy customers on the Intel-Mac platform and for customers who purchase Trilogy in 2009*. Upgrades will be available exclusively through Spectrasonics online techshop.

For more info: www.spectrasonics.net.
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