Copyright 2014 Manx Synthesizers - in association with Heliosphere Software, UK
Audio Examples (Previous Versions)
You can find audio samples of previous versions of all our
instruments on their respective pages. In addition, we
have recreated some famous pieces of synthesizer music
using our range of synthesizers. Please have a listen...
Everything you hear comes from a Manx Synthesizer, except for the
timpani part. The synth parts are mainly from the Super-Jay, although
there is an MM+ bass line low in the mix & some Destiny here & there.
In order to showcase the performance of Manx Synthesizers were prefer
to avoid using EQ, and in this track, there is no EQ used at all on
individual tracks; just a little top end added to the overall mix. There is,
however, more than a smattering of external reverb
All the synth parts are from Manx Synthesizers and the entire range is
used in the track. Note that piano, drums & slap bass are NOT from
Manx synths. The Middle eight bass line is from the MM+. External
effects are used in the production but we have not used any EQ on any
of the individual tracks. I hope you like it!
Site last updated: August 2014
News: August 2014.
We’re now in the process of transitioning all Manx
products to Version 2.
Currently, all synths have demonstration versions
available for download now!
These will give you an idea of what to expect when the
whole range is rolled out.
In addition, Full Version 2 of the FREE Manx Gigmate is
available now for download!
By all means, let us know if you like what we are
The Gigmate & all demo synths have undergone further
refinement in August - Most recent versions were
uploaded on 2nd August.
This additional work has been well worth while but it
has set our schedule back still further and as a result
we’re still at least 2 weeks away from releasing
------ New Audio Demo ------
We have at last got an audio demo to showcase the
new Manx V2 capabilities - It’s ‘Yazoo - Don’t Go’; a
gritty hit back in the 1980’s. Performed using the Manx
Destiny V2 Free (non expiring) demo version,
supplemented by some Roland TR-808 samples and
plenty of external reverb! Thanks very much to Peahix
who provided the arrangement.
As a rough guide, The Original Manx synths ranged from
about £15 - £40 pounds. These prices are to be reviewed
but we like our products to be priced reasonably,
regardless of what they have to offer.
LIFE LONG COMMITMENT TO OUR CUSTOMERS :
Customers who own previous versions of our synths will
be entitled to the new versions free of charge, when they
have been finished. They will install along side previous
versions but patches will be non-transferable.
64 BIT SYSTEMS :
Manx Synths run natively in 32bit, but work just fine in
some 64bit DAWs - however, bridging software may
required to wrap the Manx synth.
The use of bridging software may not work with some
systems. The best way to find out is to try our demos -
If they work, the retail versions will work as well.
You will have to research bridging software for your
particular 64bit DAW - hopefully there will be free-ware
Please note: when using Manx products in a 64bit
environment (using bridging software) be sure to copy
both the .dll and accompanying folder to your VST