The engine comes with 150 snapshots to kickstart your productions
The Rhythm Designer is equipped with flexible randomisation options: Change the layers, sequencers and sounds individually or all together
With the dedicated FX sequencers, the engine also offers deep sound design options
Get a feel for Hexa with the FREE Player Engine featuring 60 multilayered samples taken from the Rhythm Designer. Click the DEMO icon near the top of this page.
Quick and Killer
I have a lot of the top rhythm units from top developers and I liked this one right away. It is straight-forward to use, has well implemented features, lots of sounds, organized snapshots, and a nice randomizer that, in addition to global action, has sets of options for the Main and FX pages, tabs, active channels, etc.---and the whole thing quickly yields captivating results. Design choices for the GUI are always at issue with this type of instrument (I do wish it had a channel Solo/Mute feature) but, time and time again, I lost track of time exploring what this instrument could quickly do. Tweaking the sequencer settings in any snapshot just yields result after result, including easily turning any sound into a playable tuned-percussion voice. Insanely quick and a lot of productive fun. A definite no-brainer at the intro price and worth more than the full price. Well done, Ecliptiq!
A good working tool
Its a perfect tool for a quick and easy way to create a beat.
Lars Øyvind Christophersen
I really like the sounds in Hexa, and at first it seemed perfect for providing percussive based rhythms, particularly for tension-type tracks. Then I realised that the 5 lanes can only be muted/activated manually rather than by midi control. Alternatively, you could control the lane gain control, although the reverb/delay sends are pre-gain, so any reverb/delay can still be heard at zero gain. If none of this worries you then its great sounding plugin with a lot of flexibility.