Convolution Synthesizer

Best Service releases Galaxy X by Galaxy Instruments      16/01/12

Convolution Synthesizer


After three years of development Galaxy Instruments and Best Service have released GALAXY X, which they describe as an exciting new virtual instrument with an extraordinary new kind of sound design: Effect Convolution. They say that it all begins with the sources, which are sample sets especially and exclusively recorded and tweaked for use with FX Convolution: for X-KEYS hundreds of tonally playable instruments like piano overtones, a bowed fan, waterphone or mini-celesta, for X-FX thousands of effect sounds such as magic balls, whirling wood or circuit bent noises and for X-LOOPS exceptional loops such as 1-tone-drum, body percussion or rod spring piano. But, they tell us, this is just food for the beast: the X-Engine.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "With the X-Files of the X-Engine, a celeste mutates into a tuning orchestra, a bowed ventilator sinks into the resonances of a piano, a sitar smashes into a clatter of glass, a tonal dance loop arises from a kalimba. X comes with over 1000 extraordinary ready to play key, FX and loop instruments and an extremely intuitive user interface, enabling you to create trillions of sounds easily."
Galaxy X
  • The new convolution synthesizer by Galaxy Instruments
  • Based on effect convolution sound synthesis
  • With over 1000 key, FX and loop instruments
  • With over 1000 convolution X-Files
  • Featuring an extremely intuitive user interface
  • Ready to play and ready to create
  • Endless sound possibilities designed by you
  • Spheres, impacts, rhythms, tonally playable loops, tons of effects, morphed sounds, sequences, cinematic soundscapes, wild ambiences, drones, effect grooves, all from smooth and deep to hard and heavy, and a lot more: for everybody who is after new sounds.
Pricing and Availability:
219 Euro More information:

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