Tone2 Release Gladiator 2

Version 2 of the innovative software synth is now available      20/02/09
Tone2 Release Gladiator 2


Tome2 are now shipping the Gladiator2 synth that was first announced last December. Here's some of the details...
Synthesis types
  • Harmonic Content Morphing (HCM3)
  • Frequency Modulation (FM)
  • Amplitude Modulation (AM)
  • Phase Distortion (PD)
  • Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
  • Phase Modulation (PM)
  • Oscillator sync
  • Wave shaping
  • Supersaw
  • Resynthesis sounds
  • Vocoder sounds
  • Additive sounds (512 partials)
  • Sample playback
Features
  • High-end sound quality: Analog, warm, transparent and fat
  • Huge sonic range, unique sound
  • Excellent value for money
  • Low CPU, high reliability
  • It can replace a room full of hardware
  • Semi-modular, high flexibility, expandability
  • 1050 professional sounds
  • Real stereo, Dolby Prologic II encoding
  • Up to 18 oscillators per voice, 4x stereo unison
  • Different synthesis types can be combined
  • 110 different oscillator types with 36865 waveforms
  • Aliasfree, 162x oversampling
  • Psychoacoustical processing
  • 41 unique filters (Analog, vocal, comb, Moog, phaser, EQ, ...)
  • 20 different effects
  • 7 distortion types with warm, analog sound
  • Programmable arpeggiator, step LFO and trancegate
  • BPM syncable
  • IQM for clearer chords (intelligent microtuning)
Pricing and Availability:
€149, $199 More information:
  • tone2.com

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    eXode    Said...

    So HCM3 is essentially very similar to Graintable synthesis that Malström does since Reason 2.5?

    24-Feb-09 09:19 AM


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