XILS releases StiX v1.0
XILS has released version 1.0 of virtual percussion synthesizer StiX.
Announced as working "rock solid in all hosts/systems", version 1.0 of StiX is available now and includes the following features:
- Synthesis with Virtual Analog morphing oscillators, FM @ audio rate, Sine + Waveshaping, Samples, CroSS Synthesis. 4th Gen 0DF Filters, Macros Knobs, Step Modulators, LFOs, Unique R-Clap Evs and ADSR, exclusive PolyStep auto-modulator : A whole synthesizer to taylor each of the 10 drum sounds.
- Variable number of sequencing steps per Beat, Per Step Divisi, Gate Time, Micro Position, Macro Modulators, Velocity, plus Song Mode to organize patterns.
- Enhanced workflow with XoX Sequencer Multiline and SingleLine views, Synthesis Eazy And Advanced pages
- 2000 presets : 120+ Global Presets, 720+ Patterns, 700 Drumpads, 60 Drumkits, 390 exclusive samples (and still growing)
- Midi Output : Control your virtual instruments, or record the midi data in your Daw
- Midi Learn : Full automation of all synthesis parameters of all drumpads, mixer etc
- Drums of the Past : 15 Wave Alchemy Drumkits ( Roland TR-xox, EMU SP12, Drumtracks, Linndrum etc )
- Multi criteria Database engine : Find the right preset in minute, create custom tags
- Randomize : Drumkits, sequences, full patterns
- Live Control : Chain patterns, mute/unmute tracks on the fly.
- Swing : Sophisticated swing engine
- Multi Output version : With volume, groups and pan preservation
- Natural Reverb, Analog Delay & Phaser, Per drum crusher and distorsion
- Sample Accurate synchro and audio engine : The tightest beats for your tracks
- Envelope segments modulations, hundreds of modulation targets. Simultaneously.
- Gang Mode to edit Sequencer Lanes, mixer, effects sends
StiX is currently available at the special introductory price of €125 until May 5th, 2016, after which the full price of €179 will apply. More details to be found at www.xils-lab.com.
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