Propellerhead announced the availability of PX7 FM Synthesizer, a new six operator FM synth for Propellerhead’s Rack Extension format.
As a recreation of the DX series keyboards*, PX7 provides new sounds to the Reason rack, ranging from “classic 80's bass and brass to modern textures, leads and growls.”
It features macro controls for tweaking of sounds and stereo panning as new introductions. PX7 is integrated with the Reason rack, allowing users to create layered sounds, combining it with effects, and control operator levels through CV.
Included with the Rack Extension is a set of new patches for PX7 and Reason’s Combinator, from “talking” bass sounds to evolving pads. Additionally, the PX7 FM Synthesizer is patch-compatible with the Yamaha DX7, and includes hundreds of patches originally created for the DX7. Propellerhead also provides an online patch converter that takes patches in Yamaha DX7 format and converts them to PX7 patches, giving users access to tens of thousands of presets for PX7 covering various styles of music.
Pricing & Availability:
PX7 FM Synthesizer is available for purchase in the Propellerhead Shop, at a price of USD $99/EUR €79. Reason and Reason Essentials users can download a free, functional trial version for 30 days to try PX7 FM Synthesizer in their music.
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