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Spectrasonics Stylus RMX Expanded

4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 567 g
  • Item model number: 2XRMX
  • ASIN: B0011U7WPO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Dec. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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Product Description

Stylus RMX is een groove virtueel instrument voor Mac en Windows. Voor het maken van vette drum beats en grooves is er geen betere software verkrijgbaar.


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It's brilliant.
The Time designer is nothing short of genius.
The ability to turn white bread 4/4 loops in to a spicy 5/4 or 11/8 is worth the entry fee alone.
Chuck in the Chaos module and you have a truly inspiring VST.
It's great as a starting point to get the creative juices flowing quickly, or as an embellishment to pep up existing rhythm parts.
Sound quality is great.
You also get their REX converter opening up your library even further. Awesome.
Easy to get up and running with it. Excellent video tutorials on the Spectrasonics website.
Not that hungry on cpu if you stay sensible with it's in-built fx. Which ain't bad.

Spectrasonics support is very good, keep in mind the're on the west coast of the States if you are UK based. That's an 8 hr gap, so if you have trouble with RMX seeing it's library after installation. You wont be hearing back from them till about 17:30 - 18:00, but they will get back to you after their first coffee of the day.

Speaking of the installation. It's not as straight forward as you'd hope. You have to update to 1.7 then delete a .dll file. Then update to 1.9. Making sure you have your folders location pointing in the right place. Pain in the arse. I used up my five activations in a morning. Trying to get the thing to see it's library. Spectrasonics called me back after I had left a message on the phone system informing them of my problem. One of their reps talked me through it and it worked. They reset my install instances too. Great after sales service!!!

Worth every penny.
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There are too many good things to mention here, I used this product extensively, for techno music, mainly with Fruity Loops. It contains a very comprehensive package of sound libraries, and the effects are mind blowing. You can go two ways, combine the already built loops and create your own unique unrecognisable version, or you can use a predefined kit (or even create your own unique kit) which is compatible with the Fruity Loops FPC drum machine (software plugin similar to the hardware Akai MPC(tm) unit), and I am sure that is compatible with all the other drum machines out there. So look no further, if you have some cash, and if you don't need a drum machine/sequencer, this is what you want.
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I was very enthusiastic when I started to use this plug in but got frustrated after a time with the limited styles on show. With very few exceptions many patterns seemed to be of the same genre. Perhaps this is fine for some but very few are really different beats. Few African or jazz patterns so although you can do wonders with the knobs and buttons available it all sounds a bit samey. Try counting the number of kits which don't start with the bass drum on the first beat for example. Yes the recording of the kits is varied (some sound recorded (maybe intentionally) off old records) but unless you are making American pop or similar then try something else perhaps
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