18 Jan in SynthsIn a weirdly mysterious press release Plugin Alliance and Brainworx announce that they are getting into the virtual instrument game but forget to tell us anything about any actual products.
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17 Jan in SynthsKilohearts has expanded their Snapin system of effect chain modules into a completely modular hybrid virtual synthesizer. Use sound sources as Generators, add Modulators and load on the Snapin modules
26 Sep 2018 in Music TechHooked is a novel vocal sample player and mangler where you play various vocal recordings on a virtual keyboard. Some have been recorded dry, while others have been processed with God knows what...
23 Feb 2018 in Music TechThe timing of NIs precisely sampled homage to the Les Paul couldn't have been better considering the dire straits Gibson is in. Electric Sunburst has a remarkably realistic engine of picking, strumming and ...
11 May 2017 in SynthsThe 8 preset Polymoog is a rather strange beast, but one with a classic repertoire. XILS-Lab PolyM aims to tame it into a versatile virtual instrument
11 Apr 2017 in SynthsGforce Software reworks the Virtual String Machine into Re-Strings for Propellerhead Reason for a rack extension full of classic analogue strings.
04 Apr 2017 in SynthsSoftube absorb the Doepfer A-101-2 Vactrol Low Pass Gate (LPG) into their virtual Modular instrument for some seriously natural and organic response.
02 Mar 2017 in SynthsNew Roland Cloud update gives you an ACB modelled Jupiter 8, Juno 106 and System-8 to run right in your DAW.
19 Jan 2017 in SynthsFinally you can actually sample into HALion and build your own instruments - hooray! Thanks Steinberg it only took 6 versions.
19 Jan 2017 in SynthsWaverazor is an aggressive new virtual synth with a Tron-like interface and support for Klingon.
16 Jan 2017 in Music TechPakotec announce a rental platform for accessing plugins. Will the biggest plug-in developers make their effects and virtual instruments available this way?
20 Oct 2016 in SynthsNot another electric piano? Oh yes but Tines is simpler, groovier and much cheaper that any of those massive Rhodes emulations.