Bass And Leads Synth

AlgoMusic and BK Synthlabs releases AMB ElectraBass v1.0      04/06/07

Bass And Leads Synth


Buying Choices
AlgoMusic and BK Synthlabs have released AMB ElectraBass v1.0, the latest addition to the arsenal of tools from the AlgoMusic-BK synthlab collaboration. They tell us that ElectraBass focuses on Bass and Leads with a futuristic sound. Along with 4 different effects there is a 32 stage sequencer designed to allow input of bass and lead lines with ease.
Features
  • 2 Harmonic oscillators offering 11 waveforms each with phase modulation, ring modulation, sync and a noise oscillator.
  • Complex filter with 13 types of filters and x-y grid for cutoff and resonance.
  • 8 dedicated envelopes to selected targets with 7 types of velocity curves.
  • 2 BPM synced LFOs with phase modulation.
  • Portamento with re-triggering, pitch bend amount, MIDI channel select and master BPM.
  • 3 different forms of distortion.
  • Velocity sensitive controls with keyboard tracking of phase modulation and distortion with master volume and boost controls.
  • Unique pull down 32 stage sequencer offering piano grid style editing and complex algorithmic arpeggiator along with volume and cutoff control for each stage.
  • 4 different effects: Chorus, Phaser, Stereo delay, Digital reverb.
  • Dedicated vibrato for modulation wheel.
  • On board click and learn help system.
  • Preset information display.
  • Low CPU.
  • 128 presets by Boris K, David Haupt, Dr Ambient, and Tim C.
Pricing and Availability:
$35.00 / €26.00 More information:
  • www.algomusic.net

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