Camel Audio has released a demo version of its virtual synth Alchemy.
This demo is completely fully functional for three weeks and comes with 40 presets and 100MB of samples to give you a taste of the 2GB of samples and over 300 presets in the full version. Alternatively, import your own WAV, AIFF or SFZ files into the additive, spectral and granular resynthesis engines. There are no annoying voices or silences, and presets and songs created with the demo can be loaded with the full version.
On top of that, Alchemy has been updated to version 1.08. This update includes many improvements and fixes including reduced CPU consumption, the ability to import files from external drives and improvements to the installer. The manual now includes a tips and tricks section, and is available to download as a PDF file so you can print it out or read it when you're offline. The Camel Audio forum has over 100 user presets to download and is a good place to get help as well as discuss improvements.
Available for both Mac (AU / VST) and PC (VST), Alchemy is priced at $249 / €199 / £179.
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