G-Sonique Released X-Prog 4600 Rompler Plugin For PC & Mac

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The software company G-Sonique announced today the official release of X-Prog 4600, a new rompler plugin that features over 1.2 GB of sounds for various genres of Psytrance and Trance music.


X-Prog 4600 includes 172+ high quality, multi octave/multi-layer instruments/sounds ready for music production. You can create your own FXs/Soundscapes/Instruments with various Synthesizers, but it is difficult and very time consuming process, usually you must spend long hours creating just one sound with same quality, X-Prog 4600 makes your production easier and faster, you can choose from hundreds of high quality sounds made by professional progressive/psy producers in speed of just few seconds, modify them with internal parameters or use external vst effects (filters, modulators, reverbs, delays etc.) to re-create your own unique sounds.

  • 172+ high quality multi-octave instruments with class A audio interpolation/resampling, huge 1.2 GB library.
  • LFO Modulation with depth and rate knobs (modulates: volume/expression, panning, pitch) with triangle, sinus, square, saw, and exp shape.
  • Glide knob.
  • Space knob .
  • 3 modes: Polyphonic, Mono, Legato.
  • Amplitude envelope with attack, decay, sustain, release knobs.
  • Resampling quality selector.
  • Velocity curve selector.
  • Pitch bend knob.
  • Pan knob.
  • Possibility to load external bonus instrument (will be distributed to clients as special bonus).
  • Multi sample hard drive disk-streaming / memory reading mode (for saving RAM capacity).
  • High quality resampling / interpolation engine.

G-Sonique X-Prog 4600 is now available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU), priced at 18.90 EUR for the first 100 customers (regular 39.90 EUR).

More information here: G-Sonique 

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