Synths Hit with Yet Another Virus Update

The Access coders release several new updates for Virus range      09/08/01
Access are no slouches when it comes to keeping their Virus range of synths updated with new software and features.Today they release several new versions of the Access Virus OS along with a new release of the acclaimed editor and librarian solution SoundDiver Virus. OS2.8 for the Virus A
OS 2.8 is a mayor OS upgrade for a synth which has been released first about four (!!) years ago and has been discontinued about two years ago. Among the new features are:
  • Advanced arpeggiator
  • Sound categories
  • Intelligent random patch generator
  • Analog Boost algorithm
  • Delay and noise coloration parameter
  • New input modes
  • New adaptive control smoothing modes OS 4.07 for the Virus b/kb and Indigo
    OS 4.07 contains two new features, improvements and bug fixes. The two new features are:
  • MIDI soft thru
  • The ModMatrix destinations are sorted alphabetically The update is available now and can be downloaded for free from the OSR 1.02 for the Virus rack
    OSR 1.02 contains one new features, improvements and bug fixes. The new feature is:
  • The ModMatrix destinations are sorted alphabetically The update is available now and can be downloaded for free from the SoundDiver Virus 3.0.5
    The "OEM" version of Emagic's award winning SoundDiver(tm) editor and libriarian application for MacOS(tm) and Windows(tm) comes free with every new Access Virus (b/kb/Indigo/rack). The update contains bug fixes and "native" support for OS2.8. All updates are available now and can be downloaded for free from the Access Music website (http://www.access-music.de) More From: ACCESS
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