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The RX1200 By Inphonik Is On Offer At ADSR

ADSR are offering a deal on the RX1200 by Inphonik for a limited time, now only £18.11, (usually £27.65). The offer ends September 14th.

The sound of a true legend – Meet the RX1200, Inphonik’s 12-bit sampler instrument based on the E-mu SP-1200, a landmark sampler designed by Dave Rossum and released by E-mu Systems in 1987.

With its gritty digital sound for sequencing fat beats, the ability to build musical phrases with 32 sample slots, and its warm filters for efficiently capturing bass lines from vinyl, the SP-1200 is a monument to beatmaking that gave music producers huge new possibilities.

Inphonik are honored to show you their take on a groundbreaking machine that no less helped the emergence of new styles of modern music, bringing the classic approach to beatmaking into your DAW.

The RX1200 is a beatmaker’s sandbox tool. It’s a one-of-a-kind sampler ready to inspire your productions with experimentation, happy accidents, and that lovely distinctive lofi sound.

At the heart of the RX1200 is Inphonik’s commitment to faithfully reproducing the signature sound of the SP-1200. Besides the obvious 12-bit resolution, the 26.041 kHz sample rate, and the SSM2044 low-pass filter emulation, the RX1200 perfectly matches the aliased down-pitch tuning that delivers the SP-1200. With its distinctive grit, crunch, and warmth, the RX1200 puts the inimitable 12-bit sound into your music.

The 1200 sound: Inphonik made no compromise with the sound to deliver the digital tone, the filter and the gain that made the SP-1200 a timeless classic.

A unique workflow: Based on gigantic faders for adjusting tune, volume, and decay, the RX1200 puts you into a focused mindset for making beats.

Profusion of samples: With 32 slots across 4 banks of 8 pads, you’re good to build complex structures and arrangements on a single RX1200 instrument.

Rather than making a 1:1 copy of the SP-1200, Inphonik have designed the RX1200 as a more straightforward instrument with an easy learning curve.

By removing the onboard sequencer, Inphonik have built their vision of an audio plugin that integrates flawlessly with any DAW and puts sample performance at the forefront of your creative process.

RX1200 is available to PC and Mac users (VST2, VST3, AU and AAX).

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