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This is an instant classic that really shows off what's possible with the sound menus of the RMX Core Library. EVERYTHING except bass and synth lead are coming from RMX!

FEATURES: Stylus RMX and Trilian

© Spectrasonics and Tobias Marberger

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This is a very live and loose sounding track from Guitarist Larry Mitchell. One of the coolest things about this track is that the Trilian Bass parts were played by Larry on his MIDI Guitar, which really makes a big difference in the realism of those bass parts. All of the drums are coming from the Retro Funk SAGE Xpander. Good example of how Retro Funk is very useful for Rock stylus too.

FEATURES: Trilian, Stylus RMX, Retro Funk, Omnisphere and Live Guitar

© Spectrasonics and Larry Mitchell

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This is great example of what is possible using RMX as a sound module. Everything in this demo was programmed from scratch using Kit mode and the extensive variety of over 10,000 single hit samples in the Sound Menus section.

In fact, the first half of the demo is ONLY using Stylus RMX Core Library sounds....even the Bass scratching, Guitar and Brass sounds!

FEATURES: Stylus RMX, Trilian and Ivory piano

© Spectrasonics and Eric Persing

Phonattik - Mike Zick
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Mike has some good times with RMX and the Retro Funk Xpander!

FEATURES: Stylus RMX, Retro Funk, Trilian, Omnisphere and Vocal Planet

© Spectrasonics and Mike Zick

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This one really sounds like a live band! Hans puts the Chaos Designer to effective use on the main drum groove and percussion from the Core Library. Horns are from the old Prosonus library, the vocal phrase is by Tommy Snyder and the Flute solo was played by Makinto....everything else is Spectrasonics!

FEATURES: Stylus RMX, Trilian and Omnisphere

© Spectrasonics and Hans Joerg-Scheffler

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Very creative use of the RMX core library (including the deep bass!) and some REX'ed snare fills from BT's Breaks library. The Backbeat SAGE Xpander makes it's entrace towards the end.

FEATURES: Stylus RMX, Backbeat SAGE Xpander, Bass Legends, Hans Zimmer Guitars and Atmosphere

© Spectrasonics and Under The Radar

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A short R&B snippet using only the core library...but a good example of using RMX in a more dry setting.

FEATURES: Stylus RMX, Trilian and Omnisphere

© Spectrasonics and Tobias Marberger

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Check out how Diego is using the Pitch Envelopes with inverted filter modulation to change his intro grooves into this odd "breathing beat"...very cool! Also amazing is that all other sounds are coming from very creative ways of using Trilogy. Lots of peppy fun....and very much like Diego's personality too.

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FEATURES: 100% Stylus RMX and Trilian

© Spectrasonics and Diego Stocco

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Oskar really shows off how great Stylus RMX can be in a latin setting -especially when you know what your doing as a percussion programmer! It's pretty amazing what he pulls off here....the percussion solos and grooves were all created with the Stylus RMX percussion one-shot samples. Enjoy, and if you ever get a chance to catch Oskar's band "Cartaya and the Enclave", don't miss it...muy caliente!

FEATURES: Stylus RMX Drums and Perc with hardware synth modules.

© Spectrasonics and Oscar Cartaya

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This is a killer example of how close you can get to sounding like a mad turntablist with nothing but Stylus RMX, a MIDI Keyboard and a Sequencer. Ned goes nuts here with a huge variety of Scratch techniques and sounds from the Turntable sound menus. It's also a clever example of how Groove Control allows seamless beat mixing and matching of the Stylus RMX grooves that can follow tempo changes in your host sequencer.

FEATURES: Stylus RMX and Omnisphere

© Spectrasonics and Ned Bouhalassa

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This is a cool track which has a very simple loop from Stylus RMX, and shows how effective simply taking out Groove Control slices is. The Cymbals and Scratching effects were done with Stylus RMX. David Abraham uses Sonar with Stylus BTW, the Windows VST version of Stylus works fine with the various DXi wrappers (not rappers) out there. Strings and Rhodes from Sampletank were reversed and treated in Logic by EP, with Logic plug-ins also beefing up the FM7 Bass.

© Spectrasonics and David Abraham Fenton

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Chris has Stylus RMX firing away on this track. He's using the a bunch of Groove Menus in combination with effecting some of the Ride Cymbal Groove Control loops in Logic. The funky keys come from Michael Beardon's greasy "Keys to the City" sample library from ILIO. All created with headphones on a Powerbook....pretty good mix! Chris added the bass line and kept the track as a tribute to the great funk synth master Bernie Worrell of P-Funk/Talking Heads fame.

© Spectrasonics and Chris O'Brien

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Hans shows off how realistically "vinyl" a vibe you can get with using Stylus RMX. The vinyl hits also come from the "vinyl brass scratching" section of Stylus RMX too. (Hans actually contributed a few of these for our product development ...Danke!) Old School Bass was sequenced on Trilogy and the gated synth is Atmosphere with MIDI volume gating. Really sounds like an old record....coool!

© Spectrasonics and Hans Joerg-Scheffler

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Here Adrian is using Stylus RMX to filter bits of the Groove Control slices differently and treating them with delay plug ins. He's changed the vinyl loops into an almost "Metamorphosis" vibe, which demonstates how flexible Stylus RMX is when digging into what the interface can do. This track is all Stylus RMX except for the Bass, which comes from Plugsound vol.5 from USB. Defintely got a "Rockit goes to Berlin" vibe!

© Spectrasonics and Adrian Clarida

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This is a brief except of a laidback pop remix that Skippy was working on with a Brazilian vocalist. Good example of how Stylus RMX can fit into a more straight ahead track with percussion, etc. The Guitar is real and synths come from Absynth, ES1. Not a context you would normally think of using Stylus RMX, but it works equally well here too.

© Spectrasonics and John Lehmkuhl

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EP shows off some of the faster 120 vinyl breaks in the Groove Menus and performs a real-time scratch solo with the Stylus RMX and a generous two octave pitch bend range. (Almost makes you feel like a turntablist!). That bending Ride Cymbal loop towards the end is one of the fun possibilities that Groove Control opens up with utilizing the pitch envelope for slice bends. The breakdown section demos some of the Percussion Groove Control loops nicely. Vocals all come from Vocal Planet, synths come from Juno X2 and the EVP-88 electric piano. Interestingly, the giant Bass Dive in the breakdown is -believe it or not- Stylus RMX!

© Spectrasonics and Eric Persing

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Diego's fast and furious track shows tons on Stylus RMX playing in rapid succession. He's basically got it all happening at once here: Grooves, Scratching, Percussion samples, Effects, programmed add-on drums, reversed cymbal add-ons, a flurry of bending effects created with MIDI programming and automation....you name it. The Guitar Wah is from a Bizarre Guitar Groove Control loop and the Bass Guitar lick is from Bass Legends. Takes a couple of listens to really hear how much is happening in here....wild!

© Spectrasonics and Diego Stocco

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Bob shows off Stylus RMX in just about every way possible here. All the effects, scratching Guitars and vinyl horns are Stylus RMX. Bob added in programmed fills, and played percussion parts and claps from the Sound Menus library. Bass is from Bass Legends on the EXS24 sampler in Logic Platinum, and the EVP-88 is in there too....everything else is Stylus RMX. He's got it all going here!

© Spectrasonics and Bob Wilson

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Kevin lays down a seriously deep Funk track with Trilian's Studio Funk Bass

© Spectrasonics and Kevin Keith

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This one comes with a built-in party! Tob brings back the glorious grease of the 70's by serving up the thick Old School Funk bass in a mix that Bootsy would surely dig.

All the synths and clav sounds are coming from quirky ways to use Trilian too. Really shows you how much fun can be had with just Trilian and Stylus RMX. Even the organ is coming from Trilian by running it through a leslie effect!

FEATURES: Trilian and Stylus RMX

© Spectrasonics and Tobias Marberger

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Cool "concept" demo from Tom (aka:Atlas Plug), that shows off the vast potential and beauty of having all three types of Bass all in one very powerful instrument.

The demo starts with some Electric Bass harmonics, and an Acoustic Bass line. Then a TB-303 "Acid" sound is added, and soon a Fretless counter line. Pretty soon, more an more synth textures are woven in to create a powerful linear force. Also shows how cool Trilian is for Synth lines very well. This demo is also a showcase for Tom's considerable Stylus RMX drum programming chops!

FEATURES: Trilian and Stylus RMX

© Spectrasonics and Tom Salta

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© Spectrasonics and Hans Joerg-Scheffler

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In this track, acclaimed New York session keyboardist and recording artist Philippe Saisse uses only Spectrasonics instruments and features Trilian. Philippe starts right off showing the warmth and smooth triggering of Trilian's Moog and Oberheim synth Basses. The beautiful "Air Pad" is from Omnisphere. Once the B section kicks in you'll hear the "Marcus" style melody from the Modern Funk bass, which is mixed with some Trilian synth doubles for the lead. Believe it or not, the cool Rhodes sound is the "Jaco Harmonics" from Trilian. The Electric Funk lines are doubled with another track of the "Old School Funk" bass too.

FEATURES: Trilian, Omnisphere and Stylus RMX

© Spectrasonics and Philippe Saisse

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John tells us to imagine a stealth midnight snack trip to the fridge as we listen! The Shhh effect is from the Human Vocal Noise section, and he's is always great at finding the quirkier sounds to feature. Big ol' Bass and cool Granular vocoders sounds are all from Omnisphere too. Shows how much of a "chameleon" Omnisphere can be! Great use of Stylus RMX in this demo too. Hmmm...makes us a little hungry too...where's that cheescake?

FEATURES: Omnisphere and Stylus RMX

© Spectrasonics and John Lehmkuhl

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Features grooves from the Metamorphosis section of Stylus RMX Xpanded, phrases from Vocal Planet, Bass Legends muted basses and numerous sounds and textures from Omnisphere including the lead Electric Sitar melody.

© Spectrasonics and Eric Persing

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EP's Funky Electro R&B demo highlights Metaphosis grooves in Stylus RMX Xpanded and phrases/fx from Vocal Planet.

© Spectrasonics and Eric Persing

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"Unquestionably the most powerful loop-based drum machine on the market….A must-have instrument for anyone looking to take their loops to a whole new level of flexibility."
-Computer Music

"The first time I heard RMX the grooves just knocked me out. Once I started getting into Chaos, it was really incredible; There's such a variety."
-Herbie Hancock

"An astonishing instrument. …incredibly versatile and well-featured instrument that will change the way you use loops and grooves forever. Essential for all computer musicians."
-Music Tech

"Very impressive …RMX helps me to sketch a song in seconds and it sounds great... This is how I produced songs for the movie Slumdog Millionaire."
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"Probably the most intuitive software I've ever worked with, and is a constant source of ideas and inspiration. I'm a very satisfied user."
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