Spectrasonics Unveils Trilian – Next Generation Trilogy Bass Instrument

Spectrasonics unveiled their upgraded virtual instrument Trilian, the successor to their Trilogy bass module. The new instrument has a much larger core library and features 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 innovations, 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.

» Larger core library includes multiple NEW Acoustic, Electric & Synth Basses
» Enhanced versions of all the original Trilogy patches
» STEAM Engine technology
» Arpeggiator with Groove Lock for instant bass line syncing to any RMX groove or MIDI Files.
» Omnisphere library integration: use any of the Trilian sounds inside Omnisphere!
» Integrated FX racks, including all effects from Omnisphere
» 8-part multitimbrality allows access to multiple articulations in a single plug-in
» High Definition streaming sample playback with Multi-channel audio architecture allows easy Mic, DI and Release soundsource mixing within a single layer
» Extensive ‘Round-Robin’ sampling for natural sounding bass lines with repeated notes
» Expressive Multisampled dynamic slides — realistically slide from one note down to another
» Live Mode allows 8 dynamic bass articulations loaded at once with instant, seamless key-switching
» Stack Mode allows user configurable key/velocity/controller articulation mapping
» New Custom Controls main page for rapid editing, access to the most useful controls and user interface customization for each patch
» New Browser with Searching, Attributes/Tags, Images
» Edit Page offers very powerful sound manipulation features including Timbre Shifting, FM, Flex Mod, Modultable FX, Dual-voice Harmonia and more
» » Mac Universal Binary VST/AU/RTAS support — Windows VST, RTAS
64-Bit native support

Spectrasonics also announced Stylus RMX 1.7 featuring a completely new innovation 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 2000 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.

Spectrasonics Trilian is set to be released May 18, 2009, and costs a very reasonable $299 / €229. All Trilogy customers can upgrade to Trilian for $99. More information on Spectrasonics Trilian.

Author: FutureMusic

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