XILS-lab announces the availability of miniSyn X


XILS-lab is proud to announce availability of miniSyn’X,  an  soft synth emulation of a much-loved Eighties-vintage analogue polysynth Synthex

miniSyn’X is a multi-format (AAX, AU, RTAS, VST), 32- and 64-bit polyphonic, duo-timbral virtual analogue synthesizer plug-in for Mac (OS X 10.5 and later) Windows (XP, Vista, and 7/8) that faithfully emulates the still-sought-after sound of the Synthex, a luscious, 1982-vintage, eight-voice programmable analogue polysynth independently designed by Mario Maggi and built by Italian home organ manufacturer Elka.

With 30 knobs, six sliders, 80 switches, and a joystick — replacing traditional pitch and modulation wheels to allow greater variable realtime control over the two LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators), oscillator, and filter modulation — spread across its spacious front panel, the Elka Synthex had some unique features for its time, including two stable DCOs (Digitally-Controlled Oscillators) per voice, oscillator cross-modulation of pulse width, multimode (Low-pass 24dB/octave, 1st Bandpass 6dB/octave, 2nd Bandpass 12dB/octave, and High-pass >12dB/octave) filters, separate envelope generators, chorus effect, and dual or layer keyboard modes.
miniSyn’X is available to purchase as a straightforward serial number-protected plug-in for an introductory discounted price of €45.00 EUR (rising to €59.00 EUR on April 18, 2015)

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