Apollon - A Software Drum Machine

Plug-in features eight synthesized instruments and a sequencer      31/07/19

Synsonic Instruments describes Apollon as a software drumcomputer with eight instruments and a sequencer. Here's more details in their own words...

Each instrument is synthesized (no sampling) based on old analog drum machine sounds. A delay and reverb effect can be added to each track separately. The sequencer is simple to use and offers a shuffle parameter for each sequence to get groovy rhythms. The sequencer can be synchronized to your DAW or turned off to trigger the instruments via MIDI.

Features:

  • Eight virtual analog instruments (Bass Drum, Snare, Low Tom, High Tom, Closed Hihat, Opened Hihat, Clap, Rimshot).
  • Level, Panning, Delay and Reverb for each individual instrument.
  • Step sequencer with the possibility to accent steps.
  • Shuffle for each instrument track.
  • Three sequencer modes: The sequencer can be run standalone, by the clock of your DAW or you can trigger each instrument individually via MIDI.

 

Pricing and Availability:
$12

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