Modular Bargain

AAS Tassman on offer during July      06/07/10

Modular Bargain


AAS are offering their Tassman4 for $99 instead of $349 during July. Here's what they have to say about it...
What's Tassman?
Choose from a library of 50 synths and more than 1000 presets created by top sound designers. These offer a near infinite range of creative possibilities, from highly realistic emulation of acoustic instruments, analog and FM synthesizers, loop processors to unique hybrid creation simply not possible by any other means.
A synthesizer or an effect processor
Tassman can be used both as a synthesizer and a real-time audio effect processor. For example, acoustic resonators can be used to add unique texture to your sound. Use Tassman as an effect plug-in in your favorite host application.
The benefits of physical modeling
  • Sound manipulation at the source core
  • Presets load in a flash
  • Super smooth dynamics--no velocity layers
  • Small memory footprint
  • Installs in less than a minute
Pricing and Availability:
$99 More information:

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