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FXpansion releases Tres synth Rack Extension

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FXpansion has announced the release of Tres, a monosynth Rack Extension for Reason powered by DCAM analogue circuit-modelling technology.

FXpansion Tres

Tres features our powerful TransMod modulation system and a wide variety of timbral flexibility and tone sculpting – a deep two-oscillator synth capable of deep basses, biting leads, strange drones, warped percussion and twisted SFX.

Tres’ modelled VCOs can interact at audio rate to produce complex tones; a filtered noise generator and sub-oscillator round out the oscillator section. A keytracking, time-variant shelf-EQ allows you to emphasize or cut higher harmonics before a switchable multimode filter with huge resonance, self-oscillation, FM, adjustable drive and 3 distinct classic synth filter models. Tres’ final output VCA provides a non-linear analogue drive stage for a variety of tonal colours from warm and smooth to gritty and aggressive.

Most of Tres’ parameters can be modulated simultaneously by any of 10 available modulation sources including Tres’ built-in dual envelopes and LFOs and external CV sources from elsewhere in your Reason project. You can also route external sources for audio-rate filter FM and use Tres’ built-in envelopes and LFOs to modulate other devices within your session.

Tres comes with a comprehensive library of over 200 unprocessed and Combinator patches, developed in conjunction with Nucleus Sound Lab.

Tres is available to purchase for $49 USD / 39 EUR inc. VAT where applicable.

More information: FXpansion / Tres

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FXpansion releases BFD3 acoustic drum instrument

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FXpansion has announced BFD3, the third generation of its flagship software acoustic drum studio for Windows and Mac.

FXpansion BFD3
BFD3 includes new levels of realism and ground-breaking features in an intuitive redesigned engine.

With stunning new kits with mix-ready presets and modelling technology for tom resonance and cymbal swells, BFD3′s audio engine delivers uncompromising detail. The revamped interface has a new mixer and sound browser for the easiest BFD experience yet.

BFD3′s all-new library is recorded in two fantastic rooms by engineers including Andrew Scheps, Rail Jon Rogut and John Emrich, giving you a diverse palette of drum tones out of the box. The sounds include a brushed kit and processed drum presets for fast custom kit-building. BFD3 also contains a powerful built-in environment for pattern creation and editing, complete with a range of performances by legendary drummers for effortless production of drum tracks indistinguishable from the real thing.

BFD3 features

  • 7 new kits recorded in 2 world-class studios.
  • Includes rock, metal, jazz and brush kits.
  • Tom resonance and cymbal swell modelling.
  • New effects and Groove construction tools.
  • More efficient engine with streamlined workflow.
  • VST 2.4, AU, RTAS, AAX64 and standalone application for Mac OSX 10.6.8 or later & Windows 7 or later.

BFD3 is available to purchase for $349 USD/269 EUR/£229 GBP.
Registered BFD2 owners can upgrade for $199 USD/155 EUR/£129 GBP on USB 2.0 flash installation media and $149 USD/115 EUR/£99 GBP as a digital download. All prices are inclusive of VAT where applicable.

More information: FXpansion / BFD3

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AskAudio Mag launches with $10,000 Launch Contest

AskAudio Mag Launch Contest

AskAudio Mag has announced a $10,000 Launch Contest, offering its readers a chance to win gear by Native Instruments, Steinberg, Ableton, FL Studio, u-he, Propellerhead, IK Multimedia, Presonus, Sony, Sennheiser, FXpansion and more.

Following on from the success of our print mag and the MPVHub, we’re thrilled to introduce AskAudioMag.com – the daily online portal for all digital musicians.

How better to celebrate our official launch than to have a contest? And this is surely the greatest music gear contest we’ve ever seen… and an incredible opportunity to fill up your music studio with the sonic goodies it deserves!

AskAudioMag.com has teamed up with our favorite partners who have kindly offered the most incredible collection of music software and hardware (valued at over $10,000!!) for you to win.

The contest closes on Friday, September 27th, 5pm PST/8pm EST.

More information: AskAudio Mag / $10,000 Launch Contest

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FXpansion releases DCAM BusComp & DCAM ChanComp for Auria on iPad

FXpansion DCAM BusComp

FXpansion has announced that DCAM BusComp and DCAM ChanComp are now available as optional plug-ins for Auria, WaveMachine Labs’ digital multitracking app for iPad.

DCAM BusComp provides classic console-style bus compression for drum groups and mixes while DCAM ChanComp’s FET limiting amplifier design is perfect as a track compressor for drums, bass and vocals.

DCAM BusComp and DCAM ChanComp are available as in-app purchases within Auria v1.11 for $14.99 USD each.

More information: FXpansion / Auria

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FXpansion releases Single Mault SE free distortion plugin

FXpansion Single Mault SE

FXpansion has launched Single Mault SE, a limited-time free effect plug-in for Windows and Mac, released in collaboration with Sweetwater.

Single Mault SE is a powerful distortion and tone-shaping plugin by FXpansion. A streamlined version of the Maul 3-band distortion plugin, Single Mault SE features 7 modelled distortion algorithms with additional tone filtering, saturation, soft-limiting and transient-shaping circuits.

Single Mault SE also includes a wet/dry mix control and full MIDI Learn functionality. It is provided in VST, AU and RTAS formats.

Single Mault SE is available as a download-only product for FXpansion user account holders (registration is free). The offer expires July 31, 2013.

More information: FXpansion / Single Mault SE

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FXpansion releases Aiyn Zahev: Horizon DCAM Preset Pack

FXpansion Aiyn Zahev Horizon

FXpansion has announced the release of Aiyn Zahev: Horizon, a collection of sounds for DCAM Synth Squad intended for most genres of electronic and dance music.

Created by sound designer Aiyn Zahev, Horizon’s presets are equally suited to ambient music, soundtrack work and forward-looking pop/rock styles.

Horizon’s sounds are derived from experimentation in Fusor, DCAM Synth Squad’s environment for synth layering and FX treatments.

Packed with hard-hitting bass and lead sounds, haunting pads, imaginitive textures and atmospheres, Horizon’s 128 presets provide macro and performance control modulation for real-time playability. Other sonic highlights include beautiful plucks for trance and electronica, inspirational arpeggio presets and even pseudo-acoustic sounds with an eastern, cinematic feel.

Aiyn Zahev: Horizon features

  • 22 arpeggio sounds
  • 25 basses
  • 12 FX sounds
  • 49 leads
  • 17 pads
  • 3 textures

Aiyn Zahev: Horizon is available to purchase for $29 USD / 25 EUR / £22 GBP inc VAT for all registered DCAM: Synth Squad owners.

More information: FXpansion / Aiyn Zahev: Horizon

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Plughugger releases Sawtooth Fanatics for DCAM Synth Squad

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Plughugger Sawtooth Fanatics

Plughugger has launched Sawtooth Fanatics, a collection of 319 new sounds for the FXpansion DCAM Synth Squad.

Sawtooth Fanatics is a celebration of the King of Waveforms: the sawtooth. In this soundset we explore the sawtooth sonics of all three synths in Synth Squad: Strobe, Cypher and Amber.

Unlike our previous sound collections, Sawtooth Fanatics does not just focus on bass sounds, but has also a large selection of leads and pads.

All 319 sounds are processed with effects in Fusor, but are also available dry as separate presets in their respective instrument.

The soundset is available to purchase for the introductory price of 9.90 EUR until the middle of May (regular 14.90 EUR).

More information: Plughugger / Sawtooth Fanatics

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