August 17, 2004
The PS-1 Performance Synthesizer is the result of a collaboration between ProSounds and DASH Signature, and has been designed with the advanced sound designer and electronic musician in mind, incorporating a large number of features while still maintaining ease of use with its intuitive user interface.
The PS-1 is a VST instrument plugin for Windows featuring four oscillators, a mixer, 2 resonant multimode filters (routable in both serial and parallel), two Low Frequency Oscillators (LFOs) and two ADSR envelope generators. The PS-1 also includes some advanced performance features, such as an arpeggiator and trancegate, as well as an effects unit.
The inclusion of an effects unit in the PS-1 means that where effects have been used in the sound design process they can be conveniently saved within an instrument patch with each sound for easy recall. The effects unit features four effects including an ultra fat double chorus, a superb digital delay with modulation, a distortion unit, and a reverb unit.
The PS-1 also includes over 1000 factory presets covering a wide range of different sounds (basses, pads, leads, sound FX, arps etc.) and suitable for every genre.
Low Frequency Oscillators (LFOs):
Pricing & Availability:
The PS-1 Performance Synthesizer is anticipated to ship in Q4 2004 at an MSRP of EUR 119.00.
You can pre-order the PS-1 Performance Synthesizer now at the special price of EUR 89.00 from their online shop.
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