This update comes with a total of 4 new instruments and 2 new effects plug-ins. First up is the Pixel Keyboard, in a color scheme identical to that of the classic digital piano shape used by Xpand! from 1997 to 2013. Next, we have Quantia by DesignerAudio, a real-time frequency modulation synthesizer with a unique take on enveloping modulation. The third new instrument is the Image Texture, an RGB textural instrument that lets you create different types of material-based sounds. Finally, we have the Pixel Black Hole, a fun effect which lets you distort an audio signal and translate it while also affecting the pitch. As usual, all the instruments and effects in Xpand!2 come with some great new features like a dedicated tutorial graph, saving instrument presets, and tweaking. We hope you enjoy this update which is our best update ever!
We hope you have enjoyed this Xpand!2 update and as always, if you have feedback, complaints, or bug reports regarding any of the content or any of the NLS Plugins, please contact us. You can expect to hear from us in the coming months, as we are hard at work on our next major Xpand!. All the best!
Acting as a virtual delay line, Xpand!2 will give you a virtual delay effect in any DAW environment. You can add delays in semitones up to a full octave range - a range of an octave plus or minus one semitone. The DMM faders for the duration of the delay effect can be turned on and off, and the envelope can be controlled.
Xpand!2 is a professional VST instrument designed exclusively for Windows and Mac. The fundamental idea behind Xpand!2 is to make finding and editing delays quick and simple and everything is done with one single click.
The instrument is divided into eight categories, which contain several components and features. And each of these categories offers a programmable set of parameters, which means that you can control everything by favorites! d2c66b5586