LinPlug CronoX3 Any Day Now

Lots to tell      19/05/05
LinPlug CronoX3 Any Day Now


In the very chatty style of the recent LinPlug newsletter Ken let us know that the latest version of CronoX, the versatile, 24-voice wavetable/sampling softsynth is iminent. CronoX3 New Fetaures
  • A new "Free Filter" with modulatable filter-types(lp/hp/bp/br continuously adjustable and modulatable)
  • Full 5.1 support
  • Increased quality of all generator algorithms
  • 4 generators now available simultaneously
  • loop sampler now has a much bigger preview window and up to 64 samples per generator (velo-crossfade/split and keysplit)
  • tons of new modulation sources and destinations
  • a sophisticated Albino-type arpeggiator No price has been set yet, but if you're upgrading from CronoX2, you'll get in the game for just around the difference of the purchase prices. CronoX3 will be available as a CD-only product as well as a boxed product. The boxed product version will cost a bit more, but will have extra content as well as a beautifully crafted 88-page manual that you'll enjoy for years to come. This is going to be a great update to a great instrument. Stay tuned for more details of the coming release. For the entire list of upgrades and improvements, just follow this link.
  • http://www.linplug.com/Products/CronoX3/cronox3.htm SwarPlug Comes Out of the Closet
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