KeyToSound - Nexsyn 1.1r3


The Nexsyn 1.1r3 update addresses the following issues:

- Scroll bar does not go away any more when the preset list goes beyond the window view.

- The envelope graphic is updated correctly when a preset is loaded.

- Users may acquire their own presets from NetNotes.

- A load bar is presented to the user when a large XWM file is loaded for a selected preset.

- Communication between Apple's Logic and Digidesign's ProTools HW is not interrupted anymore when a large XWM file is loaded into Nexsyn.

- VST 2.4 is now supported by Nexsyn.

- The preset note editor now except the following characters: !”#%&/()=?+}][{\123456789 on both OS X and Windows ( *except when running AU in Live, use the VST version instead).

- The cursor in the preset note editor behaves much better.

- Graphical update problems in Live has been fixed.

- Graphic system has been optimized throughout Nexsyn.

- Users can type in Username and password to log onto NetNotes in Ableton's Live.

- Communication with FireWire audio interfaces is established with PreSonus Devices.

- Pitch bend range has been extended to +/- 4 octaves (48 semitones)

Nexsyn is a hybrid instrument that combines sample playback and synthesis technology. Nexsyn is designed for the musician, sound designer, and producer who wishes for a powerful synthesizer with high quality output, advanced modulation, and precise sample based key-map playback. Whether you’re in the studio or on stage Nexsyn is the only way to get to NetNotes – the revolutionary way to audition, share, and acquire presets.

Nexsyn is capable of laoding sample based keymap files (XWM) and comes stock with a 4GB sample library (thanks Big Fish Audio!). By loading an XWM file as an oscillator, Nexsyn can modulate it as you would find with a subtractive synth. There are no limitations to the modulation possibilities. This makes combining a Vox Continental, a Hammond B3, and a pulse wave into a unique sounding organ patch as shown above. Any sample based keymap file can be modulated as an oscillator, or played without modulation for prestine representation of the instrument.
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