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September 6, 2004
SaxLab is a forthcoming VST/AU-format wind instrument synthesizer with several unique features. SaxLab uses multi-sample playback of wind-instrument samples and incorporates a specially designed four-voice crossfade system to create more realistic wind instrument sounds.
SaxLab's key features include a wide range of preset waveforms, an effects section that includes chorus and reverb, as well as extensive real-time modulation options. Special attention has been paid to making the performance controls as rich and responsive as possible, so that the instrument can be realistically played.
SaxLab is the successor to Dash Signature's popular TubiLeSax VST instrument, adding many new features and an improved sound engine. An upgrade path from TubiLeSax to SaxLab will be available for registered users of TubiLeSax.
SaxLab contains a range of features including:
Purchase: SaxLab will be available in Autumn 2004. Licence Fee: to be announced
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