Multi-format sample library and universal wave bank 13/11/02Sunrise, Fl, November 12, 2002- Continuing in the tradition of creating innovative playable sound libraries in a multitude of sampler formats, Sonic Reality introduces their latest workstation-like sound collection SONIC STATION. Sonic Station offers a diverse selection of playable instrument multi-samples including pianos, guitars, bass, drums, orchestral, vintage, ethnic and all of the sounds you'd expect to find in a high-end keyboard workstation for a fraction of the price. Expanding on the concept of their well received Sonic Synth VSTi/MAS/RTAS format Sampletank software module, Sonic Station is made for use within a wide variety of software samplers all from the same package. Now, users of NI's Kontakt, Emagic's EXS24, Steinberg's HALion, Digidesign's Soft SampleCell, Propellerhead's NNXT and more can access Sonic Reality's "bread and butter" real instrument sounds along with hundreds of killer pads, leads, basses and fx all within the software sampler of their choice.
Sonic Station features over 1,000 multisamples with a fully expandable patch library developed in the native formats of software samplers. No more poor translations and head scratching involved. Sonic Station delivers sounds that are "ready to play" in your sampler's native format. Additionally, new patches will be made available to registered users on www.esoundz.com that will take advantage of the proprietary features of each software sampler. From the very simple to the deep and complex, Sonic Station offers one central location to organize and expand your playable sound collection. A virtually unlimited number of combinations of waveforms inside Sonic Station can turn a software sampler into a powerful and universally compatible workhorse synth.
Sonic Reality will be making Sonic Station expandable with additional sound libraries called "Sonic Capsules" which will contain focused collections of sounds which also increase the amount of patch combinations with Sonic Station's central Universal Wave Bank. Additionally, Sonic Station will be updated with features that will allow both Sonic Station's sounds and the sounds of the Sonic Capsules to be exported in a variety of native software sampler formats such as IK Multimedia's Sampletank, Tascam's GigaStudio, Speedsoft's Virtual Sampler, NI's Battery, SoundFont 2, Wave, AIFF, DLS and more.
Sonic Station will be available world-wide in late December, 2002 exclusively from www.esoundz.com (other regional distributors to be announced) for a suggested retail price of $249.
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