CL-Projects launches the Triode virtual synth
CL-Projects introduces Triode, a new dual-oscillator Lead Synthesizer for Kontakt 5, the second installment in the new Blue Orb Series.
Described as a Lead Synthesizer, Triode can however do more than that, and you can use it for pads, strings and other synths sounds.
On the menu:
- 2 oscillators, each with 30 waveforms
- 3 envelope generators (amplifier, filter and pitch) per oscillator
- 3 filters (high-pass, band-pass and low-pass) per oscillator
- Pitch and filter LFOs with 4 waveforms (sine, square, saw and random) ; ability to disable the LFOs and use them at at the same time
- Modulations: velocity, aftertouch, key tracking and modulation wheel
- 8 effects: digital reverb and delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, compressor, 2-band EQ and Skreamer-type distortion
- Built-in arpeggiator with pattern generator
- 184 instruments and 64 multis, including 140 Leads ; 24 WAV 24-bit/44.1kHz samples per instrument
- Time and speed parameter sync to the host
- Center animated Blue Orb
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