Rob Papen, Predator

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Predator is a “phat sounding” killer synthesizer that combines inspiring presets and first-class features to make this your ‘go-to’ synth for contemporary music production.
The user interface has been designed so that almost all controls are visible on screen, making it fun and incredibly easy-to-use. And if you’re unsure about a particular synth function, simply right click your mouse to access the help screen.

Predator is packed with powerful features such as Preset Quick Browser, Preset bank mananger, Preset Morphing, Intelligent Preset Variation, MIDI and Synth Controllable FX, Unison Detune, Chord Memory and an extremely versatile Arpeggiator.

Included are over 4400 presets, collected in style banks: HipHop, Dance, breakbeat, various Trance styles, DnB banks, DubStep, Hardcore dance, House, SFX banks and last but not lease several artist banks

Last but not least, Predator also includes PredatorFX, allowing you to use the incredible filters, modulations, effects and vocoder as an FX plug-in within your music host.

Free upgrades to Predator 2.0
If you purchased Predator in March, April or up to (and including) the 5th of May 2016 the upgrade to Predator 2.0 will be free! Users that purchased at robpapen.com will receive an automated upgrade by email.  If you purchased at a dealer, you will be able to send us an email with a copy of your invoice attached once Predator.

Predator 2.0 is going to be an awesome update with some breath-taking new features!.
The aim is to release sometime at end of June, but more realistic is that we will have it ready July/August once all the bugs have been squashed. Note that the original Predator will remain so that you can still use Predator for the older songs.

Compatibility Predator:

PC: 32 & 64 bits VST/*AAX for: Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / **Windows 10
* AAX compatible with Pro Tools 12
** please check first your music program if it is compatible with Windows 10!

 

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