Performance Oriented Synthesizer

XILS-lab announces Oxium for Mac and Windows      06/07/12
Performance Oriented Synthesizer


XILS-lab has introduced Oxium, which they describe as a performance oriented synthesizer, offering both a classic pure analog sound and modern tones with awesome real time modulations capabilities, allowing you to play a synthesizer in ways you could never have imagined. They say that, due to its simple and intuitive user interface, Oxium is fast and easy to operate:
  • Classic instruments: Use up to 8 Xils-lab thick and musical oscillator wave forms per patch and shapes them with the double filter structure. The main unit uses Xilslab 3rd generation zero-delay feedback filter with self-oscillation in each mode while the second offers a vocal formant mode in addition to high-pass, band-pass and low-pass modes.
  • Modern instruments: In addition to the cumulative waveforms LFO there are three D-ADSR envelopes, Oxium includes our brand new Le Masque modulator in its new incarnation with many additional features : It has now 16 freely drawable zones, horizontal and vertical quantize modes, two level parameters and, of course, you can save, load and exchange your patterns.
  • Intuitive User Interface: Oxium interface is based on a new "Flower" design and IVF (Instant Visual Feedback) concept. "Flower" design for the oscillators, filter, LFOs and glide blocks means that you can understand the structure of a whole block after a simple glance (IVF), making Oxium fun, fast and easy to understand and to master. In addition, all the modulations are all handled in a central page, with additional easy knobs, including usual musical gestures per patch: It has never been so easy to add a Vibrato, a Tremolo or an Auto Wah to your sound.
  • Serial only protected: Oxium is protected by a simple serial, without the need of any hardware dongle or challenge response.
  • Two skins to fit with your mood
Pricing and Availability:
Until August 15th, buy Oxium at 69€ instead of 99€ ( around $89 instead of $129) More information:
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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Smedley    Said...

Damn! Could they make it look any uglier?

06-Jul-12 10:53 PM


NotImpressed    Said...

Just went on this 'new' Presonus site the other day, trying to troubleshoot a simple Audiobox + Studio One combo for a student; it's so full of smug, unfunny shit that we literally couldn't find the basic information we needed..the 'singer jokes' were especially bullshit, too bad for them, this singer is also a producer who spends corporate media budgets on gear. I will happily continue to use & endorse both Tascam and Focusrite, and encourage my colleagues, clients and students to do the same...

09-Jul-12 04:14 PM


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