Rob Papen eXplorer 6 v6.1.1d [WiN]

Publisher: Rob Papen
 Product: eXplorer 6
 Version: 6.1.1d - R2R
 Formats: VST
 Requirements: Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10
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  • Publisher: Rob Papen
  • Product: eXplorer 6
  • Version: 6.1.1d – R2R
  • Formats: VST
  • Requirements: Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10

Rob Papen’s inspirational eXplorer 6 bundle holds 26 RP products if you include the amazing Prisma!

  • Quad: PhaseDistortion and WaveShaper synthesizer
  • XY-Transfer: XY-modulation FX multiprocessor
  • Punch 2: Power drum machine with synthesis and sample-based
  • BIT: Ultimate virtual analog synthesizer
  • Vecto: Four-oscillator vector synthesizer
  • Go2: The power of limitations synthesizer
  • RAW-Kick: Edgy Kicks for contemporary dance music.
  • MasterMagic: Adds a touch of magic for your Mix or Master.
  • SubBoomBass 2: The ultimate bass synthesizer.
  • Predator 2: The Synth that hunts your tracks!
  • BLUE-II: Cross-fusion synthesis at its finest.
  • RG: Electric and acoustic guitar grooves.
  • RP-Verb 2: Most intriguing in RP-VERB 2 – alongside the great sound – is the new ‘Reverser’ section!
  • RP-EQ: Silky smooth sounding channel and mastering EQ.
  • Blade: The cutting edge of today’s synthesizers!
  • Punch: Speaker busting and body rattling drum machine.
  • Punch-BD: Based on the BD module of the multi-award-winning Punch virtual drum synth,
  • RP-Delay: Delay insanity. Reverser, 6 lines, 8 filters, 4 LFOs, and more.
  • RP-Distort: Wicked FX unit that will distort or alter your tracks.
  • RP-Amod: Spice up your vocal track, liven an instrument and even beef up your drums.
  • RP-Reverse: Reverses the incoming audio in a creative way.
  • RAW: Cutting edge EDM synthesizer with the focus on ‘distorted sounds’
  • SubBoomBass: Ultra-deep groove bass synth with a built-in step sequencer.
  • Predator: Phat analog style synth with killer presets and first-class features.
  • PredatorFX: Filter, modulation, vocoder and effects plug-in.
  • Prisma: Get creative using Rob Papen’s take on instrument layering.

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