Rob Papen has announced Prisma, a useful utility plugin that can produce limitless creative combinations for completely new sounds.
Making its début at the 2016 NAMM show, Prisma can stack up to four Rob Papen instruments, complete with their respective settings, as a single sound source. Each instrument can be opened individually and easily edited plus Prisma’s built-in features such as four top quality FX allow users to bypass the individual instruments’ effects to save on CPU – making it even faster to produce fresh and unique sounds.
Other smart features include individual velocity or keyboard range split layers which allows the user to creatively combine two instruments at once.
Imagine a Prisma preset with a dreamy pad from Blue II, together with an arpeggiated sound from Predator, a wild wobbulating effect from Blade and a groove from Punch…
Prisma is packed with a range of professionally-programmed presets, including stacks that only use instances of the same software instrument in case the user only owns one Rob Papen product.
Prisma will be completely free for registered Rob Papen users.
Due for release in late March 2016, Prisma will also be available as part of eXplorer III – the complete collection of Rob Papen virtual synths and effects plugins with an SRP of just £394 – a saving of over 50% compared to individual purchases.
Rob Papen is demonstrating Prisma at the NAMM show, in Hall A at Booth 6825.
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