Spectrasonics Trillian 1.5 Update - Big Sur Compatible

US Bass focussed instrument is a Free update      14/11/20

Spectrasonics announce a new updated to their Trillian Bass instrument to v 1.5 - which is a Free update to all existing users.

As well as several major new features and sounds, Trillian 1.5 is also good to go on the new Apple M1 (using emulation not natively) chip equipped machines and the new Big Sur OS update.

They also has a blast recording this demo with Greg Phillinganes (Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson) and drummer The Pocket Queen (Beyonce) - worth listening on decent monitors of headphones, the sound is good...

Expanded Synthesis Features
Trilian 1.5 includes newly expanded synthesis features including many New Filter Types, Enhanced FM, Ring Modulation, Doubled Harmonia Voices and Polyphonic Waveshaping - which have been added for extra tonal shaping capabilities. Full FX Modulation, double the amount of Mod Matrix slots and new modulation sources have been added for even more sonic control.

New Sounds
Trilian 1.5 features a newly expanded sound library with over 200 brand new patches produced by Eric Persing and the acclaimed Spectrasonics Sound Development team. The 1.5 update also includes the new "Trilian Creative" library, a cutting-edge collection of Omnisphere patches specially designed for users who also have both instruments. Trilian's richly detailed bass sounds can be dramatically transformed using Omnisphere's deep synthesis capabilities. The new Trilian Creative library features unique and surprising sounds that showcase the power of this killer combination. The new patches offer an extremely wide variety of incredible sounds for modern music producers.

Additional Features
Trilian 1.5 also features a newly redesigned Hi-res Resizable User Interface, a New Mini-Browser and New Full Browser and innovative production/browsing features like Sound Match™ to instantly locate any related sounds in the library, and Sound Lock™ to create endless useful patch variations by locking sound aspects while browsing other patches.


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