PolyKB Is Available

Brandon Drury —  April 1, 2010

Object : the PolyKB is available !

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Price : €149/$199/£129

XILS-lab is proud to announce the release of the polyKB. The PolyKB is a recreation of a very rare, very powerful, polyphonic synthesizer released in the 80′s by the french company RSF.
Because of the unique sounds, the RSF Kobol synthesizers were used by J.M Jarre, Hans Zimmer, Depeche Mode, Vince Clark, Vangelis, and many more.
In true XILS-Labs fashion, the PolyKB is true to the original sound but with a very modern twist.

The PolyKB is a subtractive synthesizer based on two waveform morphing, aliasing free oscillators and a self oscillating 4 poles low pass filter.
The oscillators create a large part of the sound of this synthesizer. But along with the help of of very complete modulation section and the filter recreating a standard analog  chip of the 80′s, the PolyKB creates incredible sounds. Ranging from gorgeous bass to a warm slowly evolving pad, through aggressive leads and thin crystal keyboards along with a huge range of special effects.

Features of the PolyKB :

_ Two waveform continuously modulated oscillators. A first for software synthesis and difficult to achieve without aliasing.
_ very accurate 4-poles self oscillator filter featuring well known 80′s filter chip.
_ polyphonic sequencer and arpeggiator
_ new stereo voice and modulation management
_ VST, AudioUnit, RTAS, on Mac and PC
_ More than 250 presets made by famous sound designers and artists.

_ As for all our products, further updates for bug fix and added features will be free for all the polyKB customers

_ Authorization : the PolyKB is protected with USB key (ilok or eLicenser). This provide a easy way to run this software without the need for challenge/response.
All the installers and updates are freely downloadable, installing on multiple computers available while keeping the high value of this plug-in and allowing for easy reselling and license transfer.

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Brandon Drury quit counting at 1,200 recorded songs in his busy home recording studio. He is the creator of and is the author of the Killer Home Recording series.