Rayblaster employs a new technology called IMS (Impulse Modelling Synthesis) to - according to its inventors - generate sounds unlike anything we've ever heard before.
There are two oscillators onboard but no conventional filter section. This is because the oscillators themselves imitate the functions of a filter via the Formant knob
The best thing about RayBlaster is that it requires an almost completely new thought process to get to the end result, yet it manages to still be very immediate and easy to use. Where it really shines sonically is in producing screaming leads, futuristic FX shots and dirty bass - particularly when done in an intentionally bold and 'digital' fashion.4 Stars
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