OSX Drum And Percussion Synth Updated

AudioSpillage releases DrumSpillage Version 1.2      10/01/11

OSX Drum And Percussion Synth Updated


AudioSpillage has released the latest version of DrumSpillage, the company's flagship Mac OS X drum and percussion synthesis plug-in. Here's what they have to say about it...
The latest 1.2 release is an important and exciting update featuring several key innovations and improvements.
Two new models based around FM synthesis have been added to DrumSpillage which opens up the available sound palette even further. Sample export features allow rendering of individual drum pads or even entire kits to AIFF/WAV files for use in external sampler instruments. An interactive randomization tool quickly provides fresh inspiration and original sounds with minimum effort.
Amongst other additions overall workflow and GUI operation has been refined and users will also benefit from improved DSP performance and stability.
About DrumSpillage
DrumSpillage is a drum synthesizer designed around a flexible collection of custom percussion synthesis models. The plug-in is aimed at creative musicians and producers looking to add an element of individuality to their rhythm tracks. All DSP processing is calculated with a very high level of accuracy leading many users to comment favourably on the synth's overall sound quality and depth. The user interface is fast and efficient and places the full power of the synth within close reach.
Pricing and Availability:
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