New PCM VSTi Demo Available Now

Final release coming soon      26/04/04
New PCM VSTi Demo Available Now
PCM based VSTi plug-in

LUXONIX releasing a pre-release demo of their forthcoming Ravity PCM synth plug-in. According to them, the Windows VST synth has been coded with an "optimized engine working very fast and lightly." I suspect that English is not their native tongue, but it's the sounds that do the talking and we're promised a healthy portion of raw PCM wave data Specification :
  • New structure based on PCM Synthesizer Module
  • 32MB Wave Data
  • 512+ ready-to-use preset sound (will be added)
  • Large preset browser (keyboard support) / Expandable easy editing GUI (hot-key support)
  • NAVI engine : Extremely low CPU load / 32bit sound processing (64bit on transposition)
  • HLMS : Hyper Layed MIDI assign System for real-time performance and sound editing
  • FOEM : Full Optimized embedded Effecting Module (24 types of algorithm)
  • Synth Mode : 4-layer combi system / Independent arpeggiator for each ayer
  • Rhythm Mode : 16 assignable pads/layers / 6 individual stereo outputs
    * Both Synth & Rhythm modes are realized in ravity.
    Minimum Requirements :
  • Pentium II 350Mhz or higher
  • about 40MB free hard disc space
  • Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
  • VST 2.0+ compatible host application (2.3 recommended)
    Limitations of Demo version :
  • The saving of user-presets has been disabled.
  • The manual link has been disabled.
  • A regular white-noise will be heard. ravity will be available in late April 2004, for $219 USD.
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