New stuff from Rob Papen

Spotted this intersting story on the net today, and based on what Papen has delivered before I believe this is well worth waiting for:

Just recently Rob Papen released his latest VSTi SubBoomBass. However that doesn’t mean he is leaning back and enjoying some rest. At this time he is very busy working on another project (together with RPCX). Not a virtual instrument but an effect plugin.

The new project is a reverb plugin. It will not be a ‘convolution reverb’. This reverb is based on a new algorithm by RCPX (Rob Papen and Jon Ayres). What we know already is that it gives the processed audio a surprisingly warm sound and new types of colouring. An early comment from Armin van Buuren was that it sounded ‘bizarly good’.

However, as we learned from Rob, this new reverb plugin is still in development. Layout, GUI and even the name still have to be finalised. Details on beta testing, specifications or release are still unknown. As soon as Rob releases more info you’ll find it here.

More on Rob Papaen here >>

SubBoomBass !

SubBoomBassSubBoomBass is filled with excessive amounts of low end ammunition to detonate your tracks! With presets designed by Rob Papen and other guest artists, this dedicated bass synth will supply you with huge cone-rattling sounds that will devastate any dancefloor.
SubBoomBass has been carefully crafted to provide you with the tools to create fresh new bass lines for any musical style.
Rob Papen again displays his cutting edge and innovative style by combining the ‘phat’ sounding synth engine with tuned drum percussion samples and rare samples.

Other features include a groove sequencer and two effects slots which can be modulated. SubBoomBass also features a great ‘Easy Mode’ page and the unique ‘Quick Browser’ system that will allow you to find the sounds you need quickly and easily. Great for Hip Hop and RnB, this software instrument can also be used for Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Garage, Grime and much more.
Make sure you check out the mp3 demos!!


~ by steelberryclones on May 29, 2009.

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