Sample-Based Synth For Reason

Mixfood Unison Xs from Studio Corbach released      30/06/15

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Propellerhead tells us that Mixfood Unison Xs is a sample-based synthesizer and the perfect tool for creating deep bass sounds and sharp synth sounds. Here's more details in their own words...

Mixfood Unison Xs contains 1100 different waveforms. Standard waveforms include Sine, InverseSine, Triangle, Square and Saw. Next to the standard waveforms Mixfood Unison Xs hosts many more crazy but usable waveforms. With 2 oscillators, each containing the same 550 waveforms many different sounds can be created. Each oscillator has its own controls which include: level, shape and tone control. Both oscillators are routed through the effects and the LFO. After that a filter and amp envelope add more control to the synth. On the master output an extra filter is added for the finishing touch. A Sub-Oscillator is added for extra depth!

Use the Unison with Stereo Spread for more Wow and the Pitch Drop Fx for extra Punch! It gets even better when using the EQ fx combined with the LFO, try it and you'll love it.

Mixfood Unison Xs is perfect for all music styles and can produce all kinds of different synth sounds, from deep bass to hard, sharp synth sounds.

If you flip the rack over, 6 audio outputs are revealed. The main mix, 2 "wet" audio outputs and 3 "dry" audio outputs. The "wet" audio outputs contain the processed signal of each of the 2 oscillators, the "dry" audio outputs contain the signal of the unprocessed/clean signal of each of the 2 oscillators or the sub-oscillator. This way all of the 1100 waveforms can be used! By combining Mixfood Unison Xs with all your favorite effects endless possibilities are at your fingertips.



Pricing and Availability:
€19 / $19

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