Rob Papen Soundware creator of awesome soft synths just revealed their new soft synth called “RAW“. RAW is a soft synth with built-in EQ and the ability to create sounds with distortion. Rob Papen got inspired at a Dance Fair and created this new tool. Read more below.
ECHT, THE NETHERLANDS: virtual tool and also FX plug-in developer Rob Papen Soundware is honored to announce the availability of RAW– a user friendly, all-new Mac (32- and also 64-bit, AAX, AU, as well as VST for Mac OS X 10.6 or greater) and also Widows (32- and 64-bit, AAX and also VST for Windows Vista, 7, as well as 8) suitable soft synth specializing in ‘distorted’ audio appears especially matched to electronic dance music production as of December 19 …
When namesake company founder and creator Papen attended the Dutch Dance fair earlier this year on his home turf showed off (in-demand)wares, little did he know that he would come away with an almost fully-formed concept for all-new soft synth. Always open to the concept of delivering fresh, cutting-edge, and– in addition– music plug-ins for producers, whatever their musical preference, Mr. Papen responded happily by inviting the 2 DJs to his well-stocked workshop for a brainstorming session. This said session resulted in a list of ‘must-have’ attributes and also tools, sowing the seeds for RAW.
Reason has it that could equally as quickly not have actually occurred, had Rob Papen not had the insight as well as wherewithal to view the curious principle through to its innovative completion.
“When I’m in the process for looking for brand-new concepts, I discovered that I additionally had roadblocks to my mind-set,”
he mentions momentarily of refreshingly raw sincerity.
“Maybe this is as a result of my lasting organization with traditional analogue equipment synthesizers like the Minimoog and also Roland Jupiter-8 that do not have onboard FX or EQ. I can clearly bear in mind the initial synthesizers that came full with EQ, which was strange. ‘EQ is for blending desks,’ I thought! On the other hand, I appreciated results like chorus, phaser, delays, and more when they began turning up on synths. The moment that DJ Free-K and also DJ Promo discussed this idea of synthesizers having much more ‘distortion’ and EQ, my prompt idea was, ‘EQ in a synth? Mmm …’ Then I claimed to myself, ‘Rob, you must surpass this obstruction and also explore this with an open mind.”
Price $143.00 until the end of 2014 then it goes to $179 USD