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Xils Lab XILS 3

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Matrix connection brings modularity and sound design to a new dimension. More than 450 connections (audio signal, controls signal, trig signals) are available on the XILS 3, much more than any other type of modular synthesizer!

But a connection matrix would be nothing without modules to connect!  XILS 3 boasts alias free, warm sounding analog style oscillators, analog curve matching, 2 pole and self-oscillating 4 pole dynamic filters, fast envelopes, a noise generator, a spring reverb, and a ring modulator.

But last not least, a 128 steps sequencer was added to this synthesizer. This easy to program sequencer can create standard 8 or 16 step fix pattern, but also much more complex rhythm for a large field of sound experimentation.

To bring an ergonomic approach to sound design, the XILS 3’s matrix and the sequencer get their own presets, providing the user with flexible sound management options.

Although the XILS 3 is an instrument, you can also use it as a powerful and versatile effects processor. Two mono inputs can be modified, modulated, or used as modulator source or trig source, thanks to four input modules: gate, envelope follower, pitch tracker and transient tracker.


Main Features

Three aliasing-free oscillators : sine, ramp, square, triangle.
One 2/4 poles low pass filter
One envelope, based on two different designs, trapezoid and ADSR
One spring reverb
One ring modulator.
One 128 steps sequencer
two output static filters
One joy stick
Three connection matrix
One input gate
One input envelope follower
One pitch tracker
One transient tracker
Mono/Unison/Polyphonic playing mode, up to 18 voices of polyphony
all parameters MIDI controllable
Many presets made by famous sound designers (Kevin Lamb, Chris Pitman, Cliff Douse, to name but a few )
New modules : Two envelopes, 1 MIDI synced LFO, 1 MIDI synced S&H, 1 Voltage Processor (for increasing the modulation shapes)
New sources and destinations for the matrix : A menu allows a wide range of destinations or sources, without increasing to much the matrix size.
Matrix Pins : 4 different colors for four different amounts and new sort of pin for inverting the signal.  
New sequencer features : mouse editing, three independant sustain times