Create Unique Personalised Drumkits

AudioSpillage announces the DrumSpillage software drum synth      02/03/10

Create Unique Personalised Drumkits

AudioSpillage has announced the imminent arrival of DrumSpillage which they describe as the most complete software drum synth on the market. Here's what they have to say about it...
DrumSpillage gives you the tools you need today with the power to explore the rhythms of tomorrow...
  • Multiple Models
    At the core of DrumSpillage lies a high resolution multi model synthesis architecture. Rather than create a complex 'one size fits all' generic drum synth algorithm we created a rich variety of highly flexible algorithms. Each model can be tweaked well beyond its standard settings allowing you to create unique, highly personalised kits that no one else has.
  • Envelopes
    DrumSpillage features 2 precision ADSR envelopes per pad with ultra fast attack times and smooth release tails. Full control over envelope attack and release shape is provided as well an exponential mapping mode for tighter, punchier and more natural sounding drums. An independent pitch envelope gives you fine control over pitch shape and contour - crucial for designing bass drums to meet your exact needs.
  • Modulation
    With so many editing parameters you need good modulation possibilities to add extra interest to your sounds. Each pad has 2 multi waveform LFOs capable of being driven well into the audio frequency range. 2 global LFOs are available to all pads simultaneously and can even modulate the standard LFOs creating complex non-repetitive modulation sources for unique effects.
  • Distortion
    Each pad has its own independent distortion unit with a choice of 6 algorithms ranging from warm analog style clipping to full digital overload and decimation effects. Add subtle character to your sounds or reshape them completely.
  • Filters
    Each pad also has a multi-mode filter capable of low pass, high pass, band pass or band reject filtering modes with switchable 12 or 24db/octave cutoff slopes. The filter can be modulated via envelopes and LFOs and the resonance can be set to self oscillation.
  • Future Proof
    No need to worry about DrumSpillage becoming old, dated and stale. The model driven architecture allows us to upgrade DrumSpillage with additional models without affecting the existing GUI and plugin performance.
  • 64-bit DSP Audio Engine
    A high quality audio engine ensures optimal sonic performance throughout. Deep bass drums, crisp hi-hats, smooth release tails, punchy attacks and fluid modulations are all made possible with the exclusive DSP engine found in DrumSpillage.
Pricing and Availability:
Release date is set for 15th March 2010 but a limited number of advance orders are being taken now for a special discounted price. More information:

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