Soon we will know if Trillian is better than Trilogy
Spectrasonics announced and previewed their brand new virtual instrument Trilian, the long awaited successor to their award winning Trilogy bass module.
The recording for Trilian is now complete and, according to Spectrasonics’ Creative Director, Eric Persing, the quality and expression of the new sounds they’ve captured is even better than they had originally planned!
Spectrasonics have also added some new features to the software, which will make a big difference for the end users and, as such, a little more editing and testing time than originally expected is needed to complete the release.
It now has been confirmed that the official release date for Trilian will be *29th June 2009*.
For more information about Trilian please visit: http://www.timespace.com/trilian/
The new instrument has a much larger core library and features highly detailed new acoustic, electric and synth basses – as well as enhanced versions of the classic Trilogy sounds. Sporting a brand new user-friendly 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.