Download Spectrasonics Stylus RMX 1.5
Stylus RMX is a completely new groove-based virtual instrument
plug-in for Macintosh and Windows. Stylus RMX is the first product to
offer the combined power of Groove Control� with Spectrasonics
new control over groove production and performance.
Spectrasonics� in-house development team created the new
instrument from the ground up, with dozens of new features including
the ground-breaking Chaos Designer�, a completely redesigned
multi-page user interface, a new core library of sounds, all with a
focus on realtime groove creation and performance.
NEW CORE LIBRARY
The massive new 7.4 gigabyte core-library in Stylus RMX has
thousands of cutting-edge grooves and sounds that were created by
Spectrasonics� international sound design team, and produced by Eric
Persing. The new core library contains nearly triple the amount of
sounds originally offered in the original Stylus, and contains all the
original material as well. The new sounds and grooves in Stylus RMX
offer a much wider range of modern musical genres than the original
Stylus. Mixes of grooves are broken down into individual tracks called
Elements for flexibility and infinite combinations.
Also new in Stylus RMX are thousands of new Kit modules, 250 Kit
patches, as well as user Kit construction....Users can create their
own customized multitrack remix grooves and kits, save them into the
plug-in, and even share them with other Stylus RMX users on different
platforms and hosts. RMX 1.5 even comes with 500 new Multi grooves!
Stylus RMX marks Spectrasonics� first expandable virtual
Stylus RMX at $99US retail each. Stylus RMX also can be expanded with
existing Groove Control CD-ROM libraries and even REX files � which
opens the door for musicians to utilize their own audio loops within
Of the many new capabilities in Stylus RMX, possibly the most
innovative feature is the Chaos Designer�. With simple controls, the
user can introduce musical Chaos into the groove, which allows it to
have constantly evolving variations� giving the impression that the
audio grooves are improvising. The results can be subtle or extreme by
setting the simple to use controls. A Capture feature allows the
spontaneous audio chaos patterns to be made into a MIDI file, dragged
and dropped into the host sequencer, and played back again for further
editing by the user.