CHROMA – EXPLAINED
Chroma Electric and Chroma Acoustic bring the sound of Fluid Harmonics to the Stylus RMX format.
By combining guitars, synths and sound design the Chroma libraries allow Stylus RMX users to create beds of melodic pulses and tonal rhythms in any key and at any tempo.
With a chromatic layout, users can “play” Stylus RMX “like a keyboard” to easily combine parts to create any chord that is needed.
The Chroma titles are the first In Session Audio releases to be part of the BPM Flex Series. This means that any loop can be used at virtually any tempo without the use of artificial stretching.
Additionally, Chroma users will experience a rare-seen feature: multi-track loops and MIDI files triggered from a single channel! (see below)
Useful, intuitive and flexible, all three Chroma libraries are a welcome addition to any Stylus RMX user.
Size: Chroma Electric and Chroma Acoustic are 11 GB each. The bonus Chroma library is 4.5 GB.
Parts: Chroma Electric and Chroma Acoustic contain 6480 parts each. The bonus Chroma library contains 1728.
Sound: Uses a variety of electric and acoustic guitars and synths.
Copy Protected: Custom Watermarked
Tempo Range: 75-130. But as part of the BPM Flex Series™ all parts can be used at a wide range of tempos while remaining intact and on time.
Requirements: Spectrasonics’ Stylus RMX
Because each Chroma suite features a large amount of content it is suggested that users store their Stylus RMX “User Libraries” folder (and thus Chroma) on a solid state drive. This will improve load time.
Download: Chroma Electric and Chroma Acoustic are each split into three downloadable .rar files (a format similar to zip that allows for smaller files that can be split into multiple parts).
Each file is approximately 1.2 GB. If you are unfamiliar with the .rar format we provide directions on how to open the files on our FAQ page.
The bonus Chroma library is also split into three .rar files, each approximately 500 MB.
Installation: Chroma does not require the user to convert the library using RMX’s SAGE Converter. Simply decompress the files and drag-and-drop the “Chroma – In Session Audio” folder into RMX’s “User Libraries” folder.
Although it’s quick and easy, we supply visual instruction in the .pdf.