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FM and Subtractive Synthesizer
Toxic Biohazard is the 4th generation in the line of Toxic synthesizers. Toxic Biohazard distills the best features from the previous 3 versions to deliver our most concentrated Toxic ever. Beware! It features a hybrid synthesis engine combining the best of FM and Subtractive synthesis. With the addition of a warm analog-modeled filter and set of built-in effects the Toxic concept remains one of convenience simplicity and superb sound quality. One of the ‘warmest’ crisp and clear Frequency Modulation engines in the world owes its sound to the precise calculation of the digital signal. Due to high-resolution DSP processing it produces sound with an extremely low noise threshold; something that most FM engines cannot offer. The Toxic Biohazard sound was built from the ground up via our own unique mathematical calculations and analog-modelling techniques. Completely alias-free and well tuned for all sampling rates they produce a rich fat sound all across the spectrum. Made to assure high quality and flexibility is built into the synthesizer its self Toxic Biohazard aims to reduce the need for external processing altogether! The effect modules are designed to give the user access to several types of effects from aggressive tube-like distortion to warm stereo delay reverb flanger and phaser effects. Powerful yet simple the sequencer offers a total of 64 steps which can be divided into two independent 32 step modules to allow double-polyphonic patterns. Using our own Smart Sequencer technology when a chord is played the module defines that chord and tunes the pattern accordingly.
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