Anaheim, CA (January 22, 2009)–Spectrasonics unveiled and previewed several new products and developments at the NAMM Show, many of which will be available as free upgrades to current users.
Spectrasonics previewed its brand-new virtual instrument Trilian, successor to its award-winning Trilogy bass module. The new instrument has a much larger core library and reportedly features highly detailed new acoustic, electric and synth basses, as well as enhanced versions of the classic Trilogy sounds. Sporting a brand-new user interface with numerous software additions, Trilian is the first 64-bit native software based on Spectrasonics STEAM Engine and is the first virtual instrument to feature full library integration with the company’s flagship Omnisphere synthesizer.
There is a special free upgrade offer for Trilogy customers on the Intel-Mac platform and for customers who purchase Trilogy in 2009. Upgrades will be available exclusively through Spectrasonics online techshop. Full product details, sound listings and system requirements for Trilian will be announced in May.
Spectrasonics also announced Stylus RMX version 1.7 featuring a completely new feature called Time Designer, which intelligently transforms RMX audio loops in real time to different time signatures and features the ability to instantly “Groove Lock” the feel of any groove to another. RMX v1.7 will be available as a free update for all registered RMX users to download on March 2, 2009.
In addition, a new release of Omnisphere was announced that includes over 2,000 brand-new patches, across every category. The new Omnisphere update is free to all Omnisphere users and is set to be released January 26, 2009 as a download from the Spectrasonics website.