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8DIO/Troels Folmann has announced the release of Rhythmic Aura RMX for Stylus RMX and the imminent release of Progressive Metal Guitar for Kontakt.

Progressive Metal delivers a collection of 7– and 8-string guitars in the style of Djent (e.g. Meshuggah, Periphery, Rammstein & Metallica). The collection contains about 60 patches and 1500 deep-sampled phrases organized for song writing (chorus, verse, intro, outro, etc.). The full product contains about 600 minutes of session material.


Progressive Metal was created with 8-string models (e.g. Mayones Custom, EST/LTD, Ibanes RG series) fitted with pickups such as Bare Knuckle, Aftermath, Lundgren, pre-amps (Fractal Audio), and amps (e.g. Mesa Rectifier, Diezel VH4).



  • Progressive Metal Guitar.
  • 7-String and 8-String Guitar.
  • Logically organized in song-writing groups (intro, chorus, verse, etc).
  • Requires Full Retail Version of Kontakt 4.2.
  • Price: $199 intro (goes to $249 on 10/20).
  • Available October 5th for direct (cloud based) download at www.8dio.com.


Rhythmic Aura RMX consists of about 500 acoustic and tuned-based arpeggiations for Stylus RMX. Aura RMX comes in 10 different source categories created with source material from live orchestra, 7 and 8 string electric guitars, semi-acoustic guitars, electric violin, electric mandolin, voices, tuned percussion… processed through a variety of amps.



  • Acoustic and Organic Arpeggiations.
  • Syncs to any host tempo via RMX.
  • Requires Spectrasonics Stylus RMX.
  • Price: $199 intro (goes to $249 on 10/20).
  • Available now for direct (cloud based) download at www.8dio.com.


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