Subtractive Chiptune Synth For Windows

Sound-Base Audio introduces RBXL VSTi      17/06/15

Subtractive Chiptune Synth For Windows


Sound-Base Audio has introduced RBXL, which they say is the big brother of Retro Boy. They describe RBXL as a subtractive chiptune VST plug-in for Windows 32Bit systems. A spokesperson told us, "This synth can create sounds from sick dubstep wobbles, to nostalgic trance arppeggio's, to retro 8Bit sounds."

Features:

  • Dual seven shape oscillators: 12.5% Pulse, 25% Pulse, 50% Pulse, Saw, Triangle, Sine, Noise.
  • 1 to 64 note polyphony with portamento and slide.
  • 16 step arpeggiator with adjustable oct/semi/fine tuning, gate, and velocity.
  • 16 step mono gate.
  • LFO, sequence, and envelope modulation for 20+ parameters.
  • Low usage reverb, delay, chorus, stereo, and phaser effects.
  • Built in parametric EQ and FFT/scope analysis.
  • Multi slope lowpass, highpass, bandpass, and band reject filters.
  • Frequency, ring, and amplitude modulation with frequency syncing.
  • Unison mode with detune and octave spread.
  • User settings and personalization features.


Pricing and Availability:
$59

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