Radikal Technologies introduces Accelerator

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Radikal Technologies Accelerator

Radikal Technologies has introduced the Accelerator, a polyphonic synthesizer with eight powerful subtractive voices.

The Accelerator is perfectly prepared for your Live performances. A lot of synthesizers nowadays do not offer direct patch selection anymore. Instead of using direct access push buttons you have to dial in the desired patch and press enter. The Accelerator makes sound selection instantly available at your fingertips with dedicated patch select buttons. Furthermore, the unique program chain feature allows for programming a chain of programs that selects the correct patch automatically for you.
Another stunning new feature is the the built in 3D sensor. Movements of the keyboard are converted into Modulation data. This brilliant addition allows for controlling parameters like pitch, the filter frequency or modulation depths by lifting up or shaking the keyboard.

Do you love step sequencers and arpeggiators? The Accelerator would not be a Radikal synthesizer if we did not integrate some sequencing goodies. You can enter some notes into the step sequencer, transpose the sequences with the left hand while performing a solo at the upper end of the split keyboard.

The powerful warm and crispy sound of this new synthesizer flagship will become the center of your keyboard setup. If you would like expand the Accelerator‘s sonic power even more you can get additional voices with our DSP expansion module. The DSP expansion does not only add extra polyphony to the Accelerator – you will also be able to use up to eight independent synthesizer sounds at a time with the integrated multimode feature.

Accelerator features

  • 3 oscillators with sweepable waveforms, time linearity modulation, phasemodulation, ringmodulation between Oscillator 2+3
  • Oscillator synchronisation
  • 6 envelope generators
  • 4 LFOs (3 voice, 1p art LFO)
  • Noise with noise filter (multimode filter 12 / 24 dB)
  • Independent amp EG for noise
  • 2 multimodefilter per voice – LP, HP, BP and Notch with 12/24 dB per filter switchable
  • Independent oscillator to filter feeds
  • Serial and parallel filter configurations
  • 8 voices (expandable per DSP upgrade)
  • Categorized randomize sound function
  • Monochrome graphic display with RGB backlight
  • Modulationmatrix
  • 2 FX
  • Arpeggiator
  • Step sequencer
  • Split, dual, single and performance mode
  • 3D positioning sensor for parameter control
  • 61 lightweighted keys with channel aftertouch
  • 512 sound memories
  • Floating point for enhanced dynamic range
  • Expression pedal input
  • Footswitch input
  • USB (USB MIDI class device)
  • Two external inputs
  • Two outputs
  • MIDI In, Out, Thru
  • Headphones output

The Accelerator will be available in June 2010.

More information: Radikal Technologies

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Complexsystems releases Spectralis Silverdroid Soundbank

Complexsystems Spectralis Silverdroid

Complexsystems has released Silverdroid a free soundbank for the Spectralis by Radikal Technologies.

Here is the new Silverdroid2010 Soundbank for Spectralis. More than 100MB of new samplers from great synths (Dave Smith Instruments, Elektron, Roland, Access, Waldorf, Korg, etc, etc…)

The content of this new packet includes also preconfigured FX´s, as Metal Flangers, Sync Delays, Extreme Phasers and a total of 8 new FX. Also a new template pattern called Sdroid2010, prepared with 100 new designed sounds in a .SSB file…glide leads, atmospheres, hyperpads, subbass and a big collection of Drums with glitches, blips, and other FX for your electronic and dance productions.

Better samplers quality than in the Ambient Soundbank with two notes per octave with 4 octaves per sampler.Use the new Randomize method with this samplers for a great range of sounds.

Hyperdrums are also included.

The Silverdroid soundbank is available to download at no cost. Donations are appreciated.

More information: Complexsystems / Spectralis Silverdroid Soundbank

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