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eJ is a VSTi virtual synthesizer based on frequency modulation. It has 6 operators, each with its own ADS envelope generator, ADSR amplitude envelope generator, low-pass/high-pass filter with LFO and attack-decay-sustain envelope, and 3 effects: chorus, echo and 6-band equalizer.
eJ also comes with a library of 450 presets. They cover a wide range of styles and techniques and give you the tools needed to start using eJ effectively as soon as you install it.
This new version incorporates the following changes:
The Maxx Claster eJ FM Synthesizer is available for online purchase from the Maxx Claster website. License Fee: $49 USD. The update is free to all registered users.
For more information, visit their web site at www.maxxclaster.com