NAMM: NI, Zero-G and East West In Hot 3-Way Action

Making beautiful sample instruments together      16/01/03
Native Instruments, undoubtably on of if not the leading developer of software instruments, EAST WEST and Zero-G, two expert producers of professional soundware, have announced that they are closely collaborating on a series of sample-based software instruments. According to the official line:
"NATIVE INSTRUMENTS' experience in developing award-winning music software will be combined with the world-class quality, breadth and diversity of the EAST WEST and ZERO-G sample libraries. A new generation of realism, playability, user-customization and variety in sample-based instruments will be born." What with rumours of a Clavia/NI collaboration currently circulating, looks like the Natives are making a big play for world domination of the virtual instrument market, and good luck to 'em!
  • http://www.native-instruments.com
  • http://www.eastwestsamples.com
  • http://www.zero-g.co.uk.
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