New Version Of FXpansion Strobe Synth

GB Strobe2 analogue-modelled polysynth for Mac and Windows offers many enhancements      14/09/15

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FXpansion has announced that the Strobe2 analogue-modelled software polysynth is now available. They tell us that Strobe2 retains the cult-classic original's signature character - a 'super-oscillator' with stacking, detuning and sync, a warm saturating VCA and a powerful multimode filter with 22 responses for massive tonal variety.

A spokesperson said, "Strobe2 features programming simplicity that makes creating new sounds addictive and exciting. Alongside enhancements to the original's analogue-modelled synthesis engine and intuitive TransMod modulation system, new highlights include stunning effects, preset morphing, randomizing, over 900 presets and a scalable vector interface compatible with retina and 4K displays. Strobe2 is capable of everything from raw vintage tones to futuristic sound design and is perfect for all kinds of music from classic to modern and beyond."

Pricing and Availability:
Strobe2 is available now as a download-only product from the FXpansion web shop and authorized retailers.
Pricing is $179, €165, £119 inc. VAT.

Upgrade offer for registered FXpansion DCAM Synth Squad customers: $79, €72, £52 inc. VAT.

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