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Old 04-17-2006, 01:05 PM
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Default Looking for Arpeggiator Synth Sounds on the Cheap

I'm looking to spruce up my production of a song via an arpegiator sounding synth,akin to the "soundcheck"track (as included in the LE installation disk) except not so drastic-more of something I would have for effect rather than "Hey man,I've got a virus synth".Is anyone aware of any free or trial versions of VI's that I could run on 6.1.1?Note:it is now my conviction that you can "Protools"anything:that is,I know perfectly well I could just use the grid and copy and paste (and repeat) each note to the grid with some delay added.Maybe I'm not quite that desperate yet,so I'm exploring other options?Many thanks in advance.
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Old 04-17-2006, 01:09 PM
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BTW,I am showing a preference for "free" compared to "cheap"in light of my current financial estate.
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Old 04-27-2006, 02:07 PM
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Check out Xpand! from Digi. It's free and it has an arpeggiator built in. Pretty cool.
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Check out Xpand! from Digi. It's free and it has an arpeggiator built in. Pretty cool.
He asked about running it on 6.1.1

Xpand will only run on 7.x+
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studiostrat, it might be helpful to know if you were looking for MAC or PC plugins...
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