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Spectrasonics Introduce Keyscape
Each sound has been painstakingly restored by the top technicians and expert craftsmen from each individual discipline. The meticulous attention to detail has enabled Spectrasonics to develop complete authenticity, giving the player a precise and accurate playing experience.
Keyscape features custom controls that allow the user to arbitrarily adjust the patch to their individual preference. Through the ability to alter pre-determined sounds the user can expect limitless opportunities for unique and original tone.
Part of the secret behind such authentic expression is that Spectrasonicss have closely captured every single detail, including its specific imperfections that give it a nuanced sound. In addition to this the software engineers of Spectrasonics have modeled the intricate behaviors of vintage amplifiers, classic effects units and unique subtleties that help bring another dimension of authentic expression to the table.
Another unique feature of Keyscape are the "Duo" sounds patches. Along with hundreds of patches based on the 36 instrument models, Keyscape includes special hybrid "Duo" sounds, which effectively combine two individual patch sounds and combine them together for a completely different and unique tone.
Bringing complete user control to the user, Keyscpae integrates full as a satellite instrument within the Omnisphere interface. Keyscape appears as a library inside of Omnisphere's browser for users of each plug in. With this feature Omnisphere allows two users to utilise the full synthesis power of the STEAM Engine to explore a plethora of musical combinations.
Keyscape is set to be released on the 12th of September 2016.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 2 Sep 2016 11:33 to category : Instruments News
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