Presets For AAS Ultra Analog

Le Lotus Bleu releases Fx Ceremony      18/06/10
Presets For AAS Ultra Analog


Le Lotus Bleu tell us that Fx Ceremony offers 128 new instruments for AAS Ultra Analog VSTi. Here's what they have to say about it...
Unsamplable, truly unique, and very expressive patches : you'll find in Fx Ceremony both fully usefull classic and strange otherwordly Fx presets.
All instruments are classified into categories for an instantaneous joy of playing, from Hits to Sweeps, from Pitch textures to weird and inspiring keys.
Most patches come with a dedicated midilink, giving access to more or less wild real time mangling, as the Modulation Wheel can control several parameters simultaneously.
Build intros, outros, breaks, transitions, add spices, impacts and special flavors to your Ambient, Electronica, IDM, Dance, Movie and Trailers tracks : Fx ceremony can be usefull in almost every Electronic Music genre.
Fx Ceremony features
  • 127 instruments, clearly organised into thematic categories : Arpeggios, Atmospheres, Hits, Pads, Pitched, Percussives, Sweeps.
  • More than 100 midilinks for realtime manipulations
  • Designer notes embedded in each patch
  • Shipped with our Ultra Analog PDF Manual wich includes installation procedure, tips and tricks for Ultra Analog.
Pricing and Availability:
Fx Ceremony is available to purchase for the introductory price of 10 € until July 14th, 2010 (normally € 17 for European customers, around $ 18 outside Europe) More information:

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