Reveal Sound Spire User Manual
Reveal Sound Spire User Manual...
SPIRE User Manual
(c) Reveal Sound, 2014. www.reveal-sound.com
Introduction Founded in 2009 by musicians and programmers, Reveal Sound had the intention of creating firstclass audio plugins. The purpose of our company is to prove that softsynths can sound amazing. We are constantly improving our algorithms to achieve the perfect result. Our first product is a synthesizer called Spire. Spire is a software polyphonic synthesizer that combi n es powerful sound engine modulation, flexible architecture and a graphical interface that provides unparalleled usability. Spire embodies the best of both software and hardware synthesizers. This guide will show you how to use the Spire.
Spire Activation To activate the licensed copy of the Spire, press MENU, Register, and then specify the path to the activation file spire.lic, that was sent to you by email.
Usage tips Use shift + mouse left click on a knob or slider to fine adjust values; Use mouse double click or command/ctrl + mouse left click on a knob or slider to set default position.
Pressing the left and right buttons cycles through the presets; clicking on the current preset name opens a drop down menu which displays all the presets in the current bank. Click on the circle to the left of the preset to rename it then press enter to save the new preset name. INIT – initiliazes the synth; MENU – opens the menu where you can select the following options: ● Select Bank click to select factory or imported bank; ● Import Bank click to import bank; ● Remove Bank click to remove imported bank; ● Load Bank – click to load a user bank; ● Save Bank – click to save the current bank; ● Load Preset – click to load a user preset. Available multiselection; ● Save Preset – click to save the current preset; ● Copy Preset – click to copy the current preset to the clipboard; ● Paste Preset – click to paste the preset saved to the clipboard, overwriting the current preset; ● Restore Preset click to restore the preset to its default state. This way you can undo all parameter changes you made to the selected preset; ● Insert Preset click to paste the preset saved to the clipboard; this creates a new preset in the drop down list WITHOUT overwriting the current preset; ● Remove Backup Preset click to remove the preset from its current slot and add it to a new slot; ● Check for Update click to check if there are updates available; ● Spire Web Site go to website; ● Undo click to undo the last change, Spire stores up to 10 of the lastest changes in memory that can be undone sequentially. You can copy presets between several instances of Spire open in your project. This is useful to reproduce your favorite user preset bank(s).
Polyphonic modes and Midi Learn
Mono 1 – mono mode. The pitch glides up to the selected note instead of starting immediately on the pressed note. (Portamento). Envelopes are retrigged on each new note. Mono 2 – mono mode. When two notes are held down at the same time the pitch glides to the last pressed note (Legato). Envelopes are retrigged on each new note. Mono 3 – mono mode. The pitch glides up to the selected note instead of starting immediately on the pressed note. (Portamento). Envelopes are triggered when a note is first pressed and only retrigged when the note has been released and a new note is pressed. notes. Mono 4 – mono mode. When two notes are held down at the same time the pitch glides to the last pressed note (Legato). Envelopes are triggered when a note is first pressed and only retrigged when the note has been released and a new note is pressed. Poly 1 – polyphonic mode. The pitch glides up to the selected note instead of starting immediately on the pressed note (Portamento). Poly 2 – polyphonic mode. When two notes are held down at the same time the pitch glides to the last pressed note (Legato). Voices – set the number of voices for the polyphonic modes. MIDI – MIDI learn – allows you to assign parameters of Spire to an external MIDI controller. ● Midi learn click the MIDI ‘learn’ button, click on the synth parameter that’s going to be linked then press control on your external MIDI controller.; ● Midi unlearn click the MIDI ‘learn’ button then click the control on your external MIDI controller that you want to be unlinked.
Oscillators Spire features 4 completely identical oscillators.
Use the knobs labelled OSC1, OSC2, OSC3, OSC4 to adjust the volume of each oscillator. When the knob is set all the way to the left the oscillator is completely shut off and the LED light immediately to the left is unlit. Knob position within a 130 (yellow LED) Knob values between 1 30 (as indicated by a yellow LED light) add the oscillator into the rendering but pass no sound. This is useful when you are only want to use an oscillator as a modulator.
OSC1, OSC2, OSC3, OSC4 – Switches between individual oscillators. Octave Note, and Fine knobs set the pitch of the oscillator. Phase – controls the position of the phase. Selecting a value between 0 – 29 means the oscillator will be “freerunning” or "random". Selecting a value between 30 – 1000 will make the oscillator restart its phase at the position shown on the display. Wave + WT Mix – select any of the 49 available waveforms and mixes it with the signal at a level set by the ‘WT Mix’. CtrlA, CtrlB – multifunctional knobs, their tasks change depending on the oscillator mode. Each oscillator has four available modes: Classic, Noise, FM, AMSync and SawPWM. CPY/PST – copy / paste oscillator settings.
Classic Mode In this mode, you can crossfade between a saw and a square waveform (the square can have its pulse width adjusted) and mix this with the wavetable waveforms. CtrlA – crossfades the signal between Saw and Square (Pulse); CtrlB – controls the width of the Pulse. In addition, this knob allows you to change the Waveform’s starting point (not the same as the Phase knob), expanding the palette of the sounds that can be created.
Noise Mode Noise generation that can be shaped by filters. CtrlA – controls the filter cutoff frequency. Values between 0 – 500 engage the Low pass filter while values between 501 – 1000 engage the high pass filter. CtrlB – controls the filter Resonance. Enabling KEY follow mode means the cutoff frequency corresponds to the note’s frequency.
FM Mode Frequency modulation mode. This uses the same phase modulation mode that was in the DX7 synthesizer. You can modulate any waveform from the Wave list. The modulator signal is a Sine wave. CtrlA – modulation intensity; CtrlB – modulation frequency. The WT MIX knob allows you to mix in a copy of the selected wave with its pitch corresponding to the frequency modulator’s pitch.
AMSync Mode This combines oscillator sync with amplitude modulation. CtrlA – crossfades the signal between Saw and Square (Pulse); CtrlB – modulation frequency.
SawPWM Mode Sawtooth Pulse Width Modulation CtrlA – switches SawPW waveform between 4 different types. CtrlB – controls the width of the Pulse. In addition, this knob allows you to change the Waveform’s starting point (not the same as the Phase knob), expanding the palette of the sounds that can be created.
Spire has a very powerful unison with several advanced settings. Each oscillator can have its own unison. Choose the number of voices (up to 9), its spread and one of the following modes: ● 1 Octave all voices are distributed in the current octave (regular unison); ● 2 Octave part of the voices are distributed in the current octave while the rest of the voices are distributed one octave up; ● 3 Octave voices are distributed evenly between three octaves; ● Cmaj chrd unison voices form a major chord; ● Cm chrd unison voices form a minor chord; ● Cmaj7 unison voices form a major seventh chord ; ● С7 unison voices form a major chord with a minor seventh; ● Cmmaj7 unison voices form a minor chord with a minor seventh; ● Cm7 unison voices form a minor chord with a major seventh. Detune – detunes the voices. Density – this is a unique parameter. This allows you to detune the voices in an irregular way; experiment with it to achieve unique unison sounds. You can simulate a Supersaw turn the Density knob to the far right and set the unison to 7 voices (using 9 voices makes the sound more dense and delicious!). Simulate a Hypersaw by turning the Density knob to the center. ANA button must be turned off (oscillator starts with a random phase position). All other Density positions result in a unique grouping of voices. Also, by changing the number of voices, their spread and their pitch distribution you can achieve quite unusual results. The results are interesting, try experimenting with it!
Signal control and settings
ANA – switches between phase behavior: ● Enabled the oscillator is “freerunning”; ● Disabled the oscillator starts with a random phase position. Wide – distributes unison voices throughout the stereo field; Pan – controls the panning position of the sound; Filter input – determines the amount of sound that’s sent into each filter, the middle position passes an equal amount of sound through both filters.; INV – inverts the oscillator’s output; KEY – if enabled the oscillator tracks its pitch depending on the note pressed. If not enabled the pitch does not follow the notes pressed;
There are two filters; both can be set to different modes independently. Each mode has different filter types. The filters can be routed in parallel or serial. These are the filter modes and their respective types: ● Perfecto a unique algorithm that combines the best characteristics of analog and digital filter types. Great for a broad spectrum of sounds. Modes: LP4, BP4, HP4, Peak. ● Acido type does not repeat at 100%, but good for simulating TB303 sounds and not only. Modes: LP1, LP2, LP3, LP4. ● Infecto type does not repeat at 100%, but simulates the filter sound of a Virus TI synthesizer. Modes: LP2, BP2, HP2, Notch. ● Scorpio another unique algorithm by our team that combines the best characteristics of analog and digital filter types. Great for a broad spectrum of sounds. Modes: RedLP2, RedLP4, BlackLP2, BlackLP4, BlackHP, BlackBP. ● Combo filter consists of a series of regularly spaced spikes, giving the appearance of a comb. Modes: Mono +, Mono , Stereo +, Stereo .
Cut 1,2 – cutoff frequency; Res 1,2 – resonance amount; Keytrack – when enabled the filter cutoff frequency follows the midi note, both in positive or negative values; Filter Balance – this controls the filters balance. If the knob at zero you hear the first filter, when the knob in the middle, you can hear both, and when the knob in the right position, you will hear only the second filter; LINK – when enabled both filter’s cutoffs are linked. If enabled, set the second filter’s cutoff to the middle position and it will follow the first filter cutoff. When the second filter is set to positions other than center the cutoff frequency will be offset to a higher or lower value than the first filter cutoff; PAR – switches between parallel or serial filter modes. When the button active the filter is in parallel mode, when the button in inactive the filter is in serial mode. Setting filters in serial mode: 1. Make sure that both filters are used. 2. PAR button should be disable. 3. Filter Input set to the far left position (this passes the signal through the first filter only). 4. Set the Balance to the far right position (only the second filter is audible). Setting filters in parallel mode: 1. Make sure that both filters are in use. 2. PAR button should be enable. 3. Filter Input set to the center position (passes the signal to both filters); 4. Set the Balance to the center position (both filters are audible).
Modulators The modulation section consists of: ● 4 Envelopes; ● 4 LFO; ● 2 step sequencers (Stepper); ● Matrix. Envelope LFO Stepper
ENV1, ENV2, ENV3, ENV4 – switches between envelopes; CPY/PST – copy / paste the settings of the envelope; ATT – time it takes the envelope to rise from 0 to 1000; DEC – time it takes the envelope to fall from the attack level to sustain level; SUS – the level the sound sustains at after the decay envelope has ended; SLT – time it takes the envelope to fall from the sustain level to the slope level; SLL – the level the sound sustains at after the sustain envelope has ended; REL – time it takes the envelope to drop to 0 after the note has been released. You can choose the curve type for each envelope stage by clicking on the graphic display: ATT – Lin, Exp, Pow; DEC – Exp1, Exp2, Pow; SLT – Lin, Exp, Pow; REL – Exp1, Exp2, Pow. To the right of the sliders are controls for linking the envelopes to sound sources and adjusting their velocity sensitivity: AMT 1+2 – the intensity of the envelope on its respective sound source; VEL 1+2 – the intensity of velocity sensitivity which determines the strength of the envelope. Note: envelope 1 controls the output amplitude of the synth. In order to assign, for example, the second envelope to the amplitude of the second oscillator, set the volume of OSC2 to 30 (the minimum audible value). Then in envelope 2 assign one of the modulation sources to Osc Amp2 (OscMixer) and adjust the amount.
Rate – LFO rate; SYNC – LFO rate is synchronized with the host’s tempo; Time – sets the time synchronization when SYNC is activated; Sym – shifts the LFO signal upwards or downwards; Phase – controls the position of the phase. Selecting a value between 0 – 29 means the phase will be “freerunning”. Selecting a value between 30 – 1000 will make the phase restart at the position shown on the display;; Form (dropdown menu) – select a waveform for the LFO; Form (slider) – transforms the shape of the waveform; Amp – amplitude level of the LFO; MONO – switches monaural LFO mode off / on; Fade in – gradually fades in the LFO amplitude level. To adjust the fade in, hold the mouse down on the LFO display and drag up or down; Amt 1+2 – the intensity of the LFO on its respective sound source; Vel 1+2 – the intensity of velocity sensitivity which determines the strength of the LFO.
Stepper is an advanced step sequencer with a flexible waveform editor. For each step, you can assign a unique waveform. The individual waveforms combine to form sequences that range from simple to intricate patterns. Each step is divided into three zones: the “Start” (1), the “Center” (2) and the “End” (3) with its own editor (4). Editing is done by holding the mouse on the display and moving it. Command / Ctrl + click on the amplitude of an individual step in the step sequencer graphic to make it equal to the amplitude of end of the previous step. Command / Ctrl + click on the amplitude of an individual step to make it equal to the amplitude start of the next step. Command / Ctrl + click in the center of the amplitude of an individual step to make it to make the start and end of the current step equal. Knob Rate – sets modulation rate; Time – sets the synchronization rate; MONO – switches monaural LFO mode off / on; Mode – synchronization mode: ● Free – the position and speed of the step sequencer are “freerunning”; ● Sync – the step sequencer’s speed is synchronized; ● Spos – the step sequencer’s speed and position are synchronized. RTRG – retriggers the step sequencer when a new midi note is triggered. Start – loop start position. End – loop end position.
LOOP – on / off of the loop mode. Note: for example, if the loop mode is set to retrigger, the loop mode is engaged, 'start' is set to 4 and 'end' is set to 6 the stepper will start from step 1 and then enter the loop once its reached step 4. 123 “456” “456” “456”… If you choose the same settings but Retrig is turned off, the stepper will play directly from the startof the loop. It will NOT begin at step 1. “456” “456” “456”… X1, X2, X3, X4 – amount of time divisions in each step. C – copy settings from the selected step. P – paste settings from the clipboard to the selected step. R – reverses the selected step. H – switches the editing mode between curve or rectangular. CPY/PST – copy / paste the stepper settings. You can also copy and paste settings from one preset to another.
The matrix consists of 15 slots, each of which have 2 sources and 4 targets. Potential sources Include: oscillators, LFO, envelopes, steppers, MIDI signals and MIDI controllers. Almost every parameter can be modulated in spire! This allows for virtually unlimited signal routing possibilities! PG1,2,3,4,5 – switches between matrix pages; Src 1,2 – modulation sources; Trg 1,2,3,4 – modulation targets.
Drift, Portamento and Pitch Wheel settings
DRIFT – Toggles the drift function on / off. When enabled this randomly changes the pitch within a range of +/3. The LFOs' frequencies also drift.; Glide – adjusts the time it takes for the pitch to glide to its destination; LOG – switches between linear and logarithmic sliding curves; Bender Up/Down – defines pitch bend range for the pitch wheel.
Available modes: Soft, Warm, Hard, Clip, Tube1, Tube2, Tube3, FBsin, FBtri, Flt+dcm (filter+decimator), dcm (only decimator). Band – if enabled, only the distorted signal within the low cut and high cut value will be audible; HQ enable the 8x oversampling mode; Drive – distortion strength; Bit – bit depth reduction knob; S.Rate – sample rate reduction knob; Low Cut – determines the frequency of the low cut (high pass) filter; Hi Cut – determines the frequency of the hi cut (low pass) filter; Dry/Wet – crossfades between the dry and wet signal.
Phaser and Vowel
Stages – mode selection: 6 Stages, Vowel Low, Vowel Mid, Vowel Hi; Pre – if it is enabled, the effect will be before the shaper in the signal chain; Freq – base frequency; F.Back – feedback; Spread – stereo widening; Rate – modulation rate; Depth – modulation depth; Dry/Wet – crossfades between the dry and wet signal.
Chorus and Flanger
Mode – the first mode is Flanger. Other modes (2 6) activate different Chorus algorithms; Delay – delay; F.Back – feedback; Rate – modulation rate; Depth – modulation depth; Wide – stereo widening; Low Cut – determines the frequency of the low cut (high pass) filter; Hi Cut – determines the frequency of the hi cut (low pass) filter; Dry/Wet – crossfades between the dry and wet signal.
Ping Pong – switches on the ping pong feedback mode; SYNC – synchronizes the delay time to host’s tempo; Delay L – delay length of the Left (First) channel; Delay R – delay length of the Right (Second) channel; Rate – modulation rate; Modulate – modulation intensity; F.Back – feedback; Wide – stereo widening: ● When the knob is set right of center (501 1000) the normal delay mode is engaged; ● When the knob is set left of center (0 500) the left and right delay channels are swapped; ● When the knob is set to its center position (500) – the delay output is in mono; When the PingPong button enabled: ● When the knob is set left of center (0 – 500) the cross feedback mode is engaged; ● When the knob is set right of center (501 1000) the pingpong mode is engaged; Low Cut – determines the frequency of the low cut (high pass) filter; Hi Cut – determines the frequency of the hi cut (low pass) filter; Dry/Wet – crossfades between the dry and wet signal.
Mode – reverb modes: Plate1, Plate2; SYNC – syncs the predelay time with the host’s tempo; Predelay – time delay before reverb triggering; Damp – determines how much high frequencies are dampened; Wide – stereo widening; Decay – reverb decay time; Color – low pass and high pass filter; Dry/Wet – crossfades between the dry and wet signal.
XComp – multiband compressor. It’s disabled when the knob is in its rightmost position; Velocity – determines the amount of velocity sensitivity; Volume – overall level. Warm normal or warm character; Soft clear or soft character; Boost boost the overall level.
EQ – on/off button of the equalizer; LowShelf, Peak, HiShelf – band selection buttons; Frq – determines the frequency of the eq band; Q – resonance of the selected band ; Level – attenuation or gain of the selected band.
The arpeggiator functions as an automatic arpeggio or sequence performance depending on the selected mode.
Modes: ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
Up – ascending notes order, starting with the lowest note; Down – descending notes order, starting with the highest note; Up/Down – ascending then descending note order. Lower and upper notes are not restarted when a change of direction occurs; Up/Down2 – ascending then descending notes order. Lower and upper notes are restarted when a change of direction occurs; Down/Up – descending then ascending notes order. Lower and upper notes are not restarted when a change of direction occurs ; Down/Up2 – descending then ascending notes order. Lower and upper notes are restarted when a change of direction occurs; Random – random notes order; Ordered – order in which the notes were pressed; Step – plays a sequence of note defined in the step sequencer; Chord – plays all held notes using the step sequencer.
On/Off – engages or disengages the arpeggiator; Gate – length adjustment for the note; Time – sets the synchronization rate; Swing – affects the time position of each odd note (step). The swing factor can be either positive or negative. Thus, the Swing affects the Steppers’ modules as long as the synchronization time of the Stepper and Arp are identical. Octave – each arpeggio cycle can be transposed up to 4 octaves. Transposition does not occur when one octave is selected. End – the sequence can be looped by setting an ‘end’ value. By default it is set to “No” and does not loop.
To use the sequence, switch the arpeggiator mode to Step or Chord. Transpose determines the pitch of each note in sequence determined by the MIDI notes triggered Velocity – determines velocity value of each note in sequence. If the velocity is set to zero, the note is silent. The length of each note can be extended by using the Hold button (right arrow symbol). This is useful for making slide effects.
Velocity Modes: ● ● ● ● ●
Key – each note in the arpeggio uses its own velocity value, determined by the current MIDI note. Hold – all notes have the same velocity value as the first played MIDI note (until released). Step – takes the velocity value from the step sequencer. Step+Key – takes into account both the step sequencer and MIDI note’s velocities. Step+Hold – takes into account both the step sequencer and the first played MIDI note’s (until released) velocities.
(c) Reveal Sound, 2014. www.reveal-sound.com
Spire Factory Bank 1
● 128 high quality synth sounds created by Vullcan, Dallaz Project, Serhiy Klimenkov (SK) ● Perfect for all EDM genres such as Progressive House, Electro, Trance, etc. ● All Sounds are “ReadytoUse” optimized and sorted in categories. ● Most of the patches are transformable by ModWheel, PitchBand, Aftertouch controllers.
Patch list Basses 001 BA Crickets MW 002 BA Portabass MW 003 BA Octava 004 BA Drill Bass 005 BA Drill Bass 2 006 BA Wow MW 007 BA Eighties 008 BA Simple FM 009 BA Kung Fu 010 BA Sub Bass 011 BA Oxygene 012 BA Detunes 013 BA Growl 014 BA Talking 015 BA Agress Dub 02 016 BA Chorus 017 BA Simple 018 BA Trolley 019 BA Werk 020 BA Salient 021 BA Round 022 BA No Coke MW 023 BA Decimate B 024 BA Simply Prog 1 025 BA Simply Prog 2 026 BA Simply Prog 3 027 BA Saw Bass 028 BA Zee Bass Leads 029 LD InSPIRation SK 030 LD Introduce 031 LD Introduce 2 032 LD Band Stand 033 LD Metro 034 LD HouseChord MW 035 LD Seventieth MW 036 LD Top Drive 037 LD Underground 038 LD XLead 039 LD Plain 040 LD Tomy 041 LD Tech Lead 042 LD HP Lead 043 LD So Long 044 LD Legacy 045 LD Aquamarine 046 LD Backstage
047 LD Pulse 048 LD Dust Lead AT 049 LD Preview 050 LD Fill It PB 051 LD Hyper Lead 052 LD Teremin MW 053 LD Punk MW PB 054 LD Chorus Lead 055 LD TellMeVoc 056 LD Feel Da Lead 057 LD Geth 058 LD Jigga 059 LD Rude 060 LD PhaseSync 061 LD Distortions 062 LD 2000 063 LD JMJ BackLead Plucks 064 PL 80x Downgrade 065 PL Arisen 066 PL Chord Me 067 PL Classique 068 PL Nord Pole 069 PL Sines Bell 070 PL Crystal 071 PL Seven Pike 072 PL Chromatic 073 PL Chippy 074 PL Sonic 075 PL Tech Click MW 076 PL Tech Click 2 MW 077 PL Tech Click 3 MW 078 PL Tech Click 4 MW 079 PL TimeCode MW 080 PL DreamLand 081 PL FM Trance MW 082 PL Parallels MW 083 PL Synthar SK 084 PL Plus One Gated 085 GT Italo Bass 086 GT Psy phone MW 087 GT Six'n'One MW Synths 088 SY 303 089 SY Hoover 1
090 SY Hoover 2 091 SY Tribal Dance 092 SY Capella 093 SY TellMeChord 094 SY Hard Chord 1 095 SY Hard Chord 2 096 SY TriFM MW Pads 097 PD Hid Lights 098 PD Unity 099 PD Aero 100 PD Yellow 101 PD Soft Pad 102 PD Digital Drift 103 PD Midnight 104 PD Forester 105 PD Jupiter 106 PD 8080 107 PD Sirenia Keys 108 KEY EPiano 1 109 KEY Organ 1 110 KEY Organ 2 Instruments 111 LV Flute 112 LV Clarinet 113 LV Celesta 114 LV Pizzicato 115 LV Accordion FXs 116 FX DogFM MW 117 FX Cat 118 FX Downsweep 119 FX Razor 120 FX Pitch'n'Wheel Drums 121 DR Kick 1 122 DR Kick 2 123 DR PHouse Kick 124 DR Snare 1 125 DR Open Hat 1 126 DR Clap 127 DR Tom 128 DR Laser Tom
Spire Factory Bank 2
● 128 high quality “ReadytoUse” synth sounds. ● Perfect for all EDM genres such as Dubstep, Progressive House, Electro, Trance, etc. ● Sound Designers: Adam Szabo (AS), Aiyn Zahev Sounds (AZ), Ice Planet Music (IPM), Invader! (I), Julian Ray (JRM), Joseph Hollo (HJ), Dallaz Project (DP), Brian John Porter (BJP), Serhiy Klimenkov (SK), Vullcan (V) www.revealsound.com
Patch list Sequenses 001 SQ Cretu V 002 SQ Beauty V 003 SQ No Good V 004 SQ Anounce V 005 SQ Aqua V 006 SQ Trip V 007 SQ Everstar DP 008 SQ Rainbow DP 009 SQ MonoStep DP 010 SQ Triplet `T DP 011 SQ Blade DEV 012 SQ Acid Whoop I 013 SQ Epichord I 014 SQ Hoover Whoop I 015 SQ Hoover Whoop 2 I Arpeggiated 016 ARP Deutschland DP 017 ARP Abstraction DP 018 ARP BSide DP 019 ARP Home Alone DP 020 ARP Get Up! DP 021 ARP A lot of HPF DP 022 ARP Poor Sine DP 023 ARP Trance 8080 V 024 ARP Sonic Swing V 025 ARP Preview V 026 ARP Tech Swing V 027 ARP Tribal Dance V 028 ARP Dust Swing V 029 ARP Tomy V 030 ARP InSpire Swing SK 031 ARP Sad Trash SK 032 ARP Sad Trash 2 SK 033 ARP Braintool SK 034 ARP The Guitarp HJ Gated 035 GT 4Trance V 036 GT Old Trance V 037 GT Red Mau5 DP 038 GT Back2Back DP 039 GT Reverse DP Bass Sequenses 040 BSQ Outbreak V 041 BSQ Contra V
042 BSQ VDrive V 043 BSQ Aline V 044 BSQ Drivel V 045 BSQ Breathing V 046 BSQ Sync V 047 BSQ Cluster V 048 BSQ PMFrog V 049 BSQ Chord & Growl I 050 BSQ Going Up I 051 BSQ Plucked Drumstepper I 052 BSQ Plucked Stepper I 053 BSQ Reese Stepper I 054 BSQ Sweep & Pluck I 055 BSQ Vocalectro I Basses 056 BA Hoover Growl I 057 BA Monster I 058 BA Screechy Sub I 059 BA Swell Sub I 060 BA Wide Screechy Sub I 061 BA Sub Test DP 062 BA Wide Bass DP 063 BA Beatitude SK 064 BA Solarcoaster SK 065 BA Coffee V 066 BA Control V 067 BA Deep V 068 BA Dune V 069 BA FAM Sync V 070 BA Fat V 071 BA Morpher V 072 BA One V 073 BA Seven Tune V 074 BA Warm Bass V 075 BA Wind V 076 BA Wobble V 077 BA Zodiac V 078 BA Synth Bass V 079 BA Side Chain Bass AS 080 BA Snappy AS 081 BA Up And Down AS 082 BA Analog Square AS 083 BA (CPU Saver) Deep Subs BJP 084 BA All Warmed Up BJP 085 BA All Warmed Up Grimey BJP
086 BA Grungier Dub Demon Growl BJP 087 BA Demon 'Where Are You' BJP 088 BA The Governor 'Where Are you' BJP 089 BA Deep bass IPM 090 BA Deeper Bass IPM Leads 091 LD Exhale AS 092 LD Fusion AS 093 LD The Theme AS 094 LD Dolphin AZ 095 LD Hot Lead AZ 096 LD Juice AZ 097 LD Adaggio DP 098 LD Initial DP 099 LD Dancer IPM 100 LD Electro 1 IPM 101 LD Electro 2 IPM 102 LD House IPM 103 LD MChord IPM 104 LD Retrogade IPM 105 LD Sawer IPM 106 LD Broken IPM 107 LD Degrader IPM 108 LD Blunt Saw V 109 LD Hyper Lead 1 V 110 LD Hyper Lead 2 V 111 LD Hyper Lead 3 V 112 LD Hyper Lead 4 V 113 LD Judder Pulse V 114 LD Sax V 115 LD Wicked V 116 LD AnaWobble V 117 LD Trumpet V 118 LD Arp Me V 119 LD Octave V 120 LD ResoLead V 121 LD Hero JRM 122 LD Digital Egyptian BJP 123 LD Pure Distortion BJP 124 LD Scary BJP 125 LD Beatitude SK 126 LD PanWhistle HJ 127 PL Solarcoaster SK 128 PL Russian Pizza SK
Spire Factory Bank 3
● 128 high quality “ReadytoUse” synth sounds. ● Perfect for all EDM genres such as Dubstep, Progressive House, Electro, Trance, etc. ● Sound Designers: Adam Szabo (AS), Aiyn Zahev Sounds (AZ), Julian Ray (JRM), Joseph Hollo (HJ), Luftrum (LUF), Dallaz Project (DP), Brian John Porter (BJP), Serhiy Klimenkov (SK), Ice Planet Music (IPM), Vi Ta Lee (VTL), Vullcan (V) www.revealsound.com
Patch list Plucks 001 PL Anjuna Pluck I AZ 002 PL Anjuna Pluck II AZ 003 PL The Trance Pluck A Side BJP 004 PL The Trance Pluck B Side BJP 005 PL Stab Detective BJP 006 PL Zorro AS 007 PL Blizzard DP 008 PL Nord Pole 3 DP 009 PL Pike 01 DP 010 PL Pike 02 DP 011 PL Pike 03 DP 012 PL Red Star 4 DP 013 PL Clocker DP 014 PL Clocker 2 DP 015 PL LoFi DP 016 PL Dstrukt DP 017 PL Infecto DP 018 PL Redux DP 019 PL Squared DP 020 PL Squared 2 DP 021 PL 76'Stars DP 022 PL Bad Taste V 023 PL Broken Delay V 024 PL Caramel V 025 PL Elemental V 026 PL Sensual V 027 PL Snap V 028 PL Sugarcane V 029 PL Distroboy IPM 030 PL Electro 1 IPM 031 PL Electro 2 IPM 032 PL Pluckeeer IPM 033 PL Progressive IPM 034 PL Tribal Tick IPM Synths 035 SY AN1 Organ DP 036 SY Pure Key DP 037 SY Sim Chord DP 038 SY Giorgio LUF 039 SY Quantum LUF 040 SY Whip V 041 SY Zodiac Synth V 042 SY Wah Chord I
Strings 043 STR Cello BJP 044 STR Neon Strings JRM 045 STR Omni String V 046 STR Crumar String V Pads 047 PD Beatitude SK 048 PD Purity DP 049 PD Pulsar DP 050 PD Unicorn DP 051 PD Vario Pad DP 052 PD Circles DP 053 PD Formanta DP 054 PD SynthChoir DP 055 PD Thin FM DP 056 PD Paris 1978 DP 057 PD TapeString DP 058 PD WaveTable DP 059 PD DeepChord V 060 PD Abyss AZ 061 PD (CPU Saver) Huge Trance Pad BJP 062 PD Danger City BJP 063 PD Digital Dreams BJP 064 PA Salient Sky BJP 065 PD/FX Resonant Emotion BJP 066 PD Cine Dissonance IPM 067 PD Cine Low IPM 068 PD Classic IPM 069 PD Feeling Recall IPM 070 PD Daylight Dawning LUF 071 PD Jay Pea LUF 072 PD Breezy JRM 073 PD PolySynth HJ 074 PD Expr Background HJ 075 PD First Sight HJ 076 PD HolloStrings HJ 077 PD Velobrass HJ 078 PD Voicepad HJ 079 PD Silver Rain HJ 080 PL Bellgames HJ 081 PL Gilmuresque HJ 082 PL Funked HJ 083 PD GlassBirds HJ 084 PD Misty Vox HJ 085 PD On the Beach HJ 086 PD Warm & Soft HJ
087 PD Drops & Coming HJ 088 ATM Emptiness JRM 089 ATM Misty Atmos JRM Keys 090 KEY Vector V 091 KEY AnaKeyb V 092 KEY Celesta VS 093 KEY Hoarse Organ JRM 094 KEY Moonlight JRM 095 KEY Steampunk Organ JRM Others 096 VOC Middle Earth JRM 097 WIND Synthetic Flute JRM Drums 098 DR Ana Tom V 099 DR Ana Hat V 100 DR Ana Kick V 101 DR Deep Kick V 102 DR Only Kick V 103 DR TomClap V 104 DR TomSnare V 105 DR Animal Kick 1 VTL 106 DR Animal Kick 2 VTL 107 DR Animal Kick 3 VTL 108 DR Animal Kick 4 VTL 109 DR Animal Kick 5 VTL 110 DR Animal Kick 6 VTL 111 DR Animal Kick 7 VTL 112 DR Island Drums BJP FXs 113 FX Symbolic Drop LUF 114 FX Hit Down V 115 FX Bounce IPM 116 FX Cold 70x DP 117 FX Random DP 118 FX SawScience DP 119 FX Braintool SK 120 FX Alien Voice VTL 121 FX Animal Hit VTL 122 FX Hardcore Siren VTL 123 FX System VTL 124 FX Past Tense DP 125 FX CinemaTone DP 126 FX Hold Me DP 127 FX Hole Tone DP 128 FX Lift Up 1 DP
Spire Factory Bank 4
● 128 high quality “ReadytoUse” synth sounds. ● Perfect for all EDM genres such as Dubstep, Progressive House, Electro, Trance, etc. ● Most of the patches are transformable by ModWheel, PitchBand, Aftertouch controllers. ● Sound Designers: Dallaz Project (DP), Vullcan (V), Mathieu Le Manson (MLM), Alex Larichev & Rusty Spica (AL&RS) www.revealsound.com
Patch list Arpeggiated 001 ARP Guetta Bitch MLM 002 ARP Moments MLM 003 ARP Mystique MLM 004 ARP Runner MLM 005 ARP UK Bassline MLM 006 ARP BasicBass DP 007 ARP Cubic DP 008 ARP Density DP 009 ARP Drops DP 010 ARP Drops 2 DP 011 ARP Feedback DP 012 ARP QuartzSaw DP 013 ARP Viral Sine DP 014 ARP 3rd Layer DP 015 ARP Let's Go DP 016 ARP Turn Off V Sequences 017 SQ Dub Mutant VTL 018 SQ In My Mind V 019 SQ Stabs V Basses 020 BA Hallbass V 021 BA Metro V 022 BA Predator V 023 BA Bad Sampler V 024 BA InfraUltra V 025 BA Basement V 026 BA Combo2X V 027 BA Just SAW V 028 BA Falling Skies V 029 BA DustHole V 030 BSQ Squeaky Cart V 031 BSQ Squeaky Cart 2 V 032 BSQ Accident V 033 BSQ Move It V 034 BSQ Motorhead V 035 BA Benassi MLM 036 BA Dark Knight MLM 037 BA Disarm High MLM 038 BA Disarm Mid MLM 039 BA Trance 1 MLM 040 BA Bass Tape DP 041 BA Metro 2 DP 042 BA Termostat DP
Leads 043 LD Weekend V 044 LD Scream V 045 LD Koong V 046 LD Chromium V 047 LD Virus V 048 LD Juicy V 049 LD Lucky Ozz V 050 LD Crispy V 051 LD 2 Voices DP 052 LD 15 Cents DP 053 LD AntiAlias DP 054 LD Combo A DP 055 LD Combo B DP 056 LD Cooler DP 057 LD Nasty (MW) DP 058 LD November DP 059 LD Surfin' DP 060 LD Touch Mod DP 061 LD WestSquare DP 062 LD Glider DP 063 LD Heavy Duty DP 064 LD Loonar DP 065 LD Rock it DP 066 LD Routing DP 067 LD Unit One DP 068 LD Dirty Saw MLM 069 LD Disarm MLM 070 LD Eighty`s MLM 071 LD Enjoy the Silence MLM 072 LD Mau5 Vibes MLM 073 LD Zero76 AL&RS 074 LD Lift OFF AL&RS 075 LD WandW AL&RS 076 LD Useful Organ AL&RS 077 LD Phantom AL&RS 078 LD AVB BWD AL&RS 079 LD Supernova AL&RS 080 LD Trance Nation AL&RS 081 LD Memory AL&RS 082 LD Dirt Adagio AL&RS 083 LD Dash Berlin AL&RS Plucks 084 PL Define DP 085 PL Dstrukt DP 086 PL Dstrukt 2 DP
087 PL PlayHouse DP 088 PL Positive DP 093 PL Tablets DP 094 PL Animal MLM 095 PL Boulder Dash MLM 096 PL Havicci MLM 097 PL Hot and Sexy MLM 098 PL Tiny Square MLM 099 PL AVB AL&RS 100 PL Trance AL&RS 101 PL Zero Direction AL&RS 102 PL Progression AL&RS Chords 103 CHD Chicago MLM 104 CHD Funky MLM Synths 105 ORG Dreamy Church MLM 106 SY Dirty Cat V 107 SY Dramatic V 108 SY Boiled Corn V 109 SY 4 Chords DP 110 SY FlyCatcher DP 111 SY Futura DP 112 SY Oz Chord DP Pads 113 PD Anjuna MLM 114 PD Basstrap MLM 115 PD Gritty MLM 116 PD Proud MLM 117 PD Whirlwind MLM 118 PD Accent DP 119 PD East Coast DP 120 PD MainStream DP 121 PD Outline DP 122 PD Fog of War DP 123 PD PlastiPack DP 124 PD Ambience AL&RS 125 PD HyperDream AL&RS 126 PD Access Virus AL&RS FXs 127 FX Minor Hit V 128 FX Sandstorm MLM
Spire Factory Bank 5
● 128 high quality synth sounds. ● Perfect for all EDM genres such as HardStyle, Progressive House, Electro, Trance, etc. ● Most of the patches are transformable by ModWheel, PitchBand, Aftertouch controllers. ● Sound Designers: Dallaz Project , Vullcan , Function Loops, Derrek, Big Sounds, Ramunas Vabolis (The Machine) www.revealsound.com
Patch list 001 Scorpio 002 BA BlackBP 003 BA Thriller 004 BSQ Robotnik 113BPM 005 BSQ Scorp 80BPM 006 BSQ Triple 80BPM 007 SQ DPmode 99BPM 008 LD Angry Reso 009 LD Junk FM 010 LD Old Games MW 011 LD Singer 012 PD Pulser 013 DR Tape Kick 014 DR Viking Kick 015 DR High Snare 016 DR Synth Snare 017 DR HiHat 1 018 FX WhooZap 019 Combo 020 SQ Comb303 021 FX Car Starter 022 SQ Comb Runner 023 FX Glitch Worm 024 FX Mystery 025 PD Junona 026 LD Sweetie 027 BA Lemon 028 SawPWM 029 BA Alpha 030 BA Mangus 031 SY Dominator 1 032 SY Dominator 2 033 SY Empty Street 034 SY Roots 035 SY Startup 036 LD Eurotrancer 037 LD Eurodancer 038 PD Doppler 039 PD Chip Dreams 040 FX Alpha Nine
041 Function Loops 042 Bass 01 043 Bass 02 044 Bass 03 045 Bass 04 046 Bass 05 047 Lead 01 048 Lead 02 049 Lead 03 050 Lead 04 Hardstuff 051 Lead 05 052 Chord 053 Killer FX 054 PsyTrance FX 055 Derrek 056 BA Harsh Elec DRK 057 BA Robo Generation DRK 058 BA Subway DRK 059 BA Underneath DRK 060 BA Wubber DRK 061 BSQ Original TB DRK 062 FX Crazy, Bad DRK 063 FX Naked Lift DRK 064 FX Unharmonic DRK 065 LD Bright Future DRK 066 LD More DRK 067 LD Small Room DRK 068 PL Alpha DRK 069 PL Solo DRK 070 PL Stopper DRK 071 SQ Bonus DRK 072 SY Dub Synth DRK 073 SY Vendett DRK 074 Big Sounds 075 Big Sound BS 01 076 Big Sound BS 02 077 Big Sound BS 03 078 Big Sound BS 04 079 Big Sound BS 05 080 Big Sound BS 06 081 Big Sound BS 07 082 Big Sound LD 01 083 Big Sound LD 02
084 Big Sound LD 03 085 Big Sound LD 04 086 Big Sound LD 05 087 Big Sound LD 06 088 Big Sound LD 07 089 Big Sound PD 01 090 Big Sound PD 02 091 Big Sound PD 03 092 Big Sound PL 01 093 Big Sound PL 02 094 Big Sound PL 03 095 The Machine 096 LD Prophecy 097 LD Screetchy 098 LD Your Typical Hoover 099 LD Your Typical Superlead 100 LD Note 7 101 LD Note 12 102 LD Old Raver 103 LD Grandma Raver 104 LD Rush 1 105 LD Rush 2 106 LD This Is Not Virus 1 107 LD This Is Not Virus 2 108 LD This Is Not Virus 3 109 LD This Is Not Virus 4 110 LD Superlead 1 111 LD Superlead 2 112 SN Scream 1 113 SN Screetch 1 114 SN Screetch 2 115 SN Screetch 3 116 SN Screetch 4 117 SN Screetch 5 118 SN Screetch 6 119 SN Screetch 7 120 SN Screetch 8 121 SN Screetch 9 122 SN Screetch 10 123 PL Prophecy 124 PL Wooden Chimes 125 SQ Bite 126 DR Bassdrum 1 127 DR Bassdrum 2 128 DR Bassdrum 3