Polyplex updated and a gift from Twisted Tools
Native Instruments announces the release of v1.1 update for its Polyplex virtual synthesizer, as well as a free expansion pack from Twisted Tools.
You can now open the Native Instruments Service Center and download version 1.1 of Polyplex, which adds the following:
- 5 new Single Unit Ensembles with transposition
- New sample maps and factory snapshots
- Improved integration with Maschine
- Added effect label names
- Improved workflow
- Various improvements and fixes
The update is free, and so is the new Blast Off expansion pack offered by Twisted Tools, who also collaborated on the design of Polyplex.
Blast Off features 30 new kits and 128 samples, you can download it from twistedtools.com.
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