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Virtual Percussion Synth from Image Line .

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Image Line has announced the release of Drumaxx, a percussion modeling instrument designed to give you control over 16 physically modeled drum pads that can be routed to independent outputs for external effects processing.

It was formerly announced as "Drumatrix".

Key features:
  • 30 drumkits.
  • 900 drum patches.
  • 200 drum patterns.
  • 16 Physically modeled drum pads.
  • Multi-output for individual effects processing on each pad.
  • Huge range of modeling possibilities covering sounds from cymbals to kettle-drums.
  • Velocity modulation matrix for detailed expressiveness.
  • Integrated Step-sequencer with trigger-key playback.
  • Integrated effects.
  • Single-pad version 'Drumpad' available for tight integration with FL Studio.

Pricing & Availability
Image Line is launching Drumaxx with the "pay what you think it's worth" system (minimum €9 [EUR] to cover costs). Also, Image-Line says it will donate $1 [USD] from each sale to support Haiti earthquake victims. This offer will run until the end of March, 2010.

Drumaxx is available now for Windows and Mac OS X in VST and AU instrument formats (and native FL Studio plug-in format too of course).
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