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Orion Platinum

Orion
Developer(s) Synapse Audio Software
Stable release 8.5
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type Digital audio workstation
License Proprietary
Website Synapse Audio Software

Orion is a music production suite developed by Synapse Audio Software for Microsoft Windows.

The software supports all stages of music production, from composing and arranging music to mixing and mastering. Its features include multitrack audio recording, audio generation, audio effects, and a mixing desk with sub busses. It supports both traditional linear sequencing and pattern-based sequencing. Supported external interfaces include VST, DirectX, and ReWire. Audio output resolutions range from 16 bit/44.1 kHz to 32 bit/192 kHz, Stereo.

Features

Generators

Orion comes with the following internal generators (as of version 8.02):

  • Pro-9[1]
  • Acoustic Grand[2]
  • Toxic III[3]
  • Toxic II[4]
  • Tomcat[5]
  • Sampler[6]
  • Ultran[7]
  • Wasp XT[8]
  • Drums[9]
  • Monobass[10]
  • XR-909[11]
  • Wavefusion[12]
  • Screamer[13]
  • Plucked String[14]
  • MIDI Out[15]

References

External links

  • Orion

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