Another Alien Device For Kontakt

Hollow Sun's Hexxon instrument features a unique user interface      12/08/13
Another Alien Device For Kontakt


Hollow Sun has another addition to the 'Alien Devices' range. They tell us that Hexxon offers a unique user interface and unique sounds taken from HS Towers' Dotcom analogue modular and other sources (fed through rgw Dotcom's truly analogue filters and sound shapers including Dotcom's ladder (Moog) filter, their state variable (multimode) filter and Fixed Frequency multi-band filter and also Suit&Tie Guy's 'Sea Devil' VCS3 clone filter.

A spokesperson told us, "With 64 long and evolving samples in Hexxon's oscillator and copupled with pre- and post-flter lo-fi and distortion processors, this is a texture machine par excellence which is capable of some unique sounds. It comes with 64 presets but combined with a unique GUI, Hexxon provedes a unique experience for sound creation and rolling you own noises."

FEATURES

  • 44.1kHz/24-bit
  • Unique hex cell GUI
  • 64 waveforms
  • 64 presets
  • Pre- and Post filter lo-fi and distortion processing
  • MultiFX with flanger, phase and delay
  • Convolution reverb with a wide range of impulses

 

 

Pricing and Availability:

£20

More information:



 

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
RP    Said...

Obscure GUI reference that sprung to mind for anyone on a certain side of the Atlantic and of a certain age group

'Can I have a 'P' please, Bob?'

12-Aug-13 11:10 AM


Smokyfrog    Said...

I must be of a similar age :)

12-Aug-13 12:28 PM


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