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Inphonik RX1200 v1.0.1 LiNUX WiN macOS RETAiL screenshot
Audioz Exclusive | 28 May 2023 | 569 MB
The sound of a true legend
Meet the RX1200, our 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.

We are honored to show you our 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.

VST, AU, AAX plug-in (Win, Mac, Linux)

Nailing that sound
At the heart of the RX1200 is our 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.

A streamlined interface
Rather than making a 1:1 copy of the SP-1200, we’ve designed the RX1200 as a more straightforward instrument with an easy learning curve.

By removing the onboard sequencer, we’ve built our vision of an audio plug-in that integrates flawlessly with any DAW and puts sample performance at the forefront of your creative process.

A flexible sample editor
It would be a shame not to take advantage of your computer mouse. The sample editor makes it easy to browse, truncate, normalize, reverse, loop and assign your sounds across the 4 banks of 8 pads. It's an efficient and intuitive way to craft your own presets for building your grooves.

Ready to play
Packed with a Factory Collection of 900+ samples built into 50 presets, the RX1200 is ready to perform out of the box.

The Factory Collection contains 122 kicks, 139 snares, 169 hi-hats, 47 toms, 32 cymbals, 120 percs, 50 FX, 32 bass, 41 keys, 151 slices, and 33 others.

In the next few months, a series of new free collections, sorted by theme, will be added regularly to expand your RX1200 experience.

The unique 1200 lofi sound
To save sampling memory, SP-1200 owners often sampled 33 RPM records at 45 RPM, and then tuned down the sample on the SP-1200 to restore the original speed. This technique doubled the sampling time but lowered the sound quality. Surprisingly, this altered sound became popular among hip hop producers and many best-selling records of the 90s used the SP-1200.

True to the original features
12-bit / 26.041 kHz sound processing
32 sample slots
Tune/decay/mix settings
8 assignable outputs
Switchable 4-pole resonant SSM2044 low-pass filter
Input amp stage modeling

Extended features
Unrestricted sample length
Output channel setting for note groups and polyphony
Stereo and mono sample playback
Panning knobs in Mix mode
Non-destructive visual sample editor
Chromatic play mode

Availability
64-bit VST2, VST3, 64-bit AAX plug-in for Windows (8 and higher)
64-bit VST2, VST3, AU, AAX plug-in for macOS (Intel & Apple Silicon M1/M2, 10.11 and higher)
64-bit VST2, VST3 for Linux
Rack Extension for Reason (10.1 and higher for Windows and macOS)

Disk space required: approx. 300 Mb.

This release was provided by our member DarkAngel




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  Resident 18.03.2013 706
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The large size is due to presets files btw
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3813
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(Another) Amazing release, hidera! Thank you so much!
"The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal." - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
  Contributor 11.10.2014 6918 14367
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All thanks to DarkAngel. I did nothing
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  Member 4.12.2020 1 55
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The individual installer file sizes in the download are

Linux: 172,659 KB
MAC:230,925 KB
PC: 179,366 KB
You can't see the eyes of the demon, until him come calling........(King Willie)
  Member 25.05.2023 5 104
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  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3813
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True, Inphonik plugins have never been exactly top of the line emus, but they are not bad and lots of fun, both RX950 and RX1200. RYM2612 FM synth is also quite fun.
"The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal." - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
  Member 25.05.2023 5 104
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like every plugin, bro?

literally every plugin trying to make an emulation of something valuable. a cash grab if you will. get a life bro. with insanely high standards like yours, no plugin in existence is perfect
  Member 15.08.2016 40
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Exactly.....I have the RX950 too. They aren't the best but they are not THAT bad.
  Resident 18.03.2013 706
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Next to my actual SP1200 it sounds ok. I tried same sample in my hardware, WaveTracing, Inphonik, Battery SP1200 emulation. I agree that WaveTracing is better but even that is not very close to the real SP1200. Battery 4 is the closest, which is crazy because that emulation coding is years old.
  Member 25.05.2023 5 104
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  Member 23.02.2016 1 215
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What are the main differences in the hardware not found in the emulations?
  Member 25.05.2023 5 104
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  Resident 18.03.2013 706
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For me, personally, it's the highs. They don't break up in quite the same saturated way in any of the plugins that they do on the hardware. They have the bitrate sound very close in this plugin, the SP1200 ring sound you get when you slow down a sample is good, but there is something about the warmth of the highs and high mids on the hardware that is not present in the plugin. I am not saying the hardware sounds better, I am just saying it sounds different. Better is subjective. My personal opinion is that if you are looking for a ballpark SP1200 sound then this plugin is pretty good. The Wavetracing SP950 is closer in the high mid saturation. They all sound good if you like the sound. If somebody says "Better" then they are talking from their own subjective POV. There is no better. Only better for you. Plus, it's free, so why not try it haha
  Member 25.05.2023 5 104
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  Resident 18.03.2013 706
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Ok dude. Have a great weekend.
  Member 25.05.2023 5 104
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  Member 11.03.2021 88
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"If the signal processed by the plug-in loses more than it gains something useful, but with identical processing in the analog environment, this does not happen, therefore, the analog is better." ?? And you said you can prove something at the end. Kindly do.
  Member 22.03.2023 1 54
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  Member 23.02.2016 1 215
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Very interesting my friend! Have you tried the Low Hiss eSPi? As someone who grew up listening to 90s HipHop (I believe it's now referred to as "Boom Bap") I found the demos sounding quite convincing.

P.S. Sorry admin, I hope it's okay to have a mini dialogue here? I'm very interested in the topic and cliquid seems to know what he is talking about regarding the SP1200 sound!
  Member 31.05.2021 345
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quote by cliquid . I am not saying the hardware sounds better, I am just saying it sounds different. Better is subjective. My personal opinion is that if you are looking for a ballpark SP1200 sound then this plugin is pretty good. The Wavetracing SP950 is closer in the high mid saturation. They all sound good if you like the sound.

hardware always sounds and the experiences is always better cause of clipping diodes, instant response, dedicated hardware etc and plugins sound like something but are one two demential if anything, but once you add anything into a mix its there like the hardware...but if your tracks is mainly a melody riff etc from the hardware the sound is truly batter using hardware, in other words if you starts something on the hardware and added to it even a AD transfer is better then the plugin., but if your adding this as a flavour to a track no big difference.

says retail, the is a demo?
  Member 16.05.2023 153
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Agree, wavetracing sp950
  Member 20.06.2021 329
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Using Edison to lower the sample rate 22050 and using LX480-RTM-1.55s technique will bring the ring sound warmth. The Gain is Saturation in the RX1200 and speed 78RPM Also use Amigo and\or Ami-sample
  Member 3.03.2014 45
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Its not a perfect emulation but...It sounds damn good for what it does to drums...It makes anything you put through it hit hard. worth every penny of what it cost for what the output is.
Make good music and never become a clone...
  Resident 18.03.2013 706
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I agree. Comparing a piece of hardware that frequently goes for upwards of 2000USD against a 29USD plugin is futile anyway. I have the genuine article sitting on my desk in front of me and I think this plugin does a decent job compared to it. IMO obviously. People will disagree. People will agree. That's their prerogative and not wrong or right.
  Member 25.05.2023 5 104
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  Banned 21.07.2021 78
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I just have 1 pair of shoes but I have 11 analog synths.
  Member 25.05.2023 5 104
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