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Tone2 RayBlaster Review: A Revolutionary Synth with Impulse Modelling Synthesis




If you are looking for a synth that can create sounds unlike anything you have ever heard before, you might want to check out Tone2 RayBlaster. This synth employs a new technology called IMS (Impulse Modelling Synthesis), which uses little grains of sound called 'windows' to interact with the main oscillator waveforms and produce rich and complex textures. In this article, we will review the features, sounds and workflow of Tone2 RayBlaster and see if it lives up to its hype.


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Features




Tone2 RayBlaster comes with a standalone application and AU and VST plugins for Mac and PC. It has two oscillators, each capable of loading a pair of waveforms, including various forms of sample import. You can choose from over 500 presets or create your own sounds from scratch. The synth has a true stereo architecture and a powerful sound engine that can handle up to 32 voices per note.


One of the most unique features of Tone2 RayBlaster is the absence of a conventional filter section. Instead, the oscillators themselves imitate the functions of a filter via the Formant knob, which can change the timbre and character of the sound. You can also use the Morph knob to blend between the two waveforms in each oscillator, creating smooth transitions or abrupt changes.


The synth also has a modular effect section with 44 effect types, such as reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, distortion, etc. You can drag and drop any effect to any slot and adjust the parameters as you wish. The effects can be modulated by various sources, such as LFOs, envelopes, MIDI controllers, etc.


The modulation matrix is easy to use and offers a lot of flexibility. You can assign any source to any destination with a simple click and drag. You can also use the Mod knob to control the amount of modulation for each slot. The synth has four LFOs and four envelopes, which can be synced to the host tempo or run freely.


Sounds




Tone2 RayBlaster claims to offer a completely new sonic territory that is impossible to produce with other synthesizers. The presets cover a wide range of sounds, from chainsaws to pianos and dreamy pads. Many complex sounds such as arpeggiators, vocals or drumloops automatically synchronize to your track's BPM. However, some of the presets sound too harsh or noisy for our taste, and do not showcase the full potential of the synth.


To get the most out of Tone2 RayBlaster, you need to experiment with the oscillator section and see how the windows interact with the waveforms. You can create some amazing sounds that are fat, fresh and full of personality. The synth can produce anything from warm analog tones to digital FM sounds, from organic textures to metallic noises, from subtle variations to extreme modulations.


The sample import feature is also very useful for creating custom sounds. You can load any WAV or AIFF file into the oscillator and use it as a waveform or as an impulse response. You can also use the resynthesis feature to analyze any sound and recreate it with IMS technology. This way, you can transform any sound into something new and exciting.


Workflow




Tone2 RayBlaster is designed to be different from the synthesizer norm, and as such, it requires a different workflow. You cannot rely on your typical analogue-style programming techniques, but rather explore the possibilities of IMS technology. The synth is fun and intuitive to program, but it also has a learning curve.


The interface is clear and well-organized, but it could use some improvements. For example, we would like to see more visual feedback on the modulation matrix and the effect section. We would also like to have more options for editing the waveforms and windows in the oscillator section. The manual is too brief and does not explain how IMS works in detail.


The synth is also a bit pricey compared to other synths in its category. However, if you are looking for a synth that can create distinctive sounds that will catch your audience's attention and make your music stand out from the crowd, Tone2 RayBlaster might be worth it.


Conclusion




Tone2 RayBlaster is a revolutionary synth that uses IMS technology to generate sounds unlike anything you have ever heard before. It has a powerful sound engine, a modular effect section, a flexible modulation matrix and a sample import feature. It is easy to use and fun to play, but it also has a learning curve and a high price tag. If you are looking for a synth that can expand your sonic horizons and inspire your creativity, Tone2 RayBlaster might be the one for you.


For more information, visit the official website of Tone2. You can also watch a video of the presets preview or read a detailed review by MusicRadar.


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