* First row of buttons are to turn generators on/off. * Phase buttons to switch variations position. * Var: Adjust the level of variation depending of the generator. * Vol: Volume knobs for each generator. * Density: Sets the noise density on the clicks, dust and friction generators. * Main Vol: Main volume of the sum of all generators. * Fq: Frequency or "tuning" of each generator.
A single-stream quasi-synchronous granulator which also features an analog filter to further manipulate the sound with a smooth lowpass, phatpass (with some big bottom end)and highpass formant hybrid settings. The sonix interface is very easy on the eyes and the gui gives sonix the look of hardware rather than software. All the main controls can be automated of course so you get 'full control' over your audio grains, and metering is courtesy of a standard RMS sensing VU which monitors the mono input level only.
Sonix buffers input audio and releases it in discrete grains of a specified duration, at a specified rate. Random variation can also be applied to the grain length and grain rate, and the grains amplitude can be shaped with six different envelopes.
- Random grain variation - Grain pitch control - Auto pitch variation - Hybrid analog filter - Panning - Grain shaping envelopes - Wet & dry signal control - Full automation - Hardware look - Traditional VU meter - Interface is easy on the eyes
Finally - it has arrived: "Randomax", A new and unique Drumcomputer/sampler which is ready to take your drums to new heights! Fully featurepacked, with four individual Stereo-Outputs, 17 drums at once, 11 sections, 800(!) included Drumsounds, 128 ready-to-use Drumkits in various genres and much more!
The intention behind Randomax was to give the User the possibility to create unique Grooves and Beats fast and easily. Also the randomization features of Randomax (hence the name) are second to none.
With the press of a single button you can have a whole new Drumkit at your fingertips!
But Randomax goes even further: There´s a "QuickPatch" feature implemented, which lets you "jump" to certain preselected Presets for the ultimate livejamming or just for spicing up your grooves!
Modulation? Sure! Randomax has four Buttons dedicated to that. They´re simply called "M1", "M2", "M3" and "M4". Now you wonder what these M´s are for? They stand for "Modulation" and each number represents a unique type of modulation.
These include velocity to volume, decay, sample offset (nice one!) and integrated Lowpass Filter.
The CS-80V is the reproduction of the legendary YamahaŽ CS-80, which is considered by many as the "ultimate polyphonic synthesizer". More than 25 years after its release, the time has come to rediscover a sound that has extensively contributed to the history of music...