NAMM: Novation Go Virtual With V-Station

Special K for All      29/01/03

NAMM: Novation Go Virtual With V-Station
It's a K-Station, virtually

Novation announced a couple of new products at NAMM, the first of which is a software version of their much acclaimed K-Station At the core of the V-Station is Novation’s Liquid Analog synthesis engine, delivering eminently usable analog sounds. The plug-in combines these with a clear and responsive front panel interface, like the K itself, with all the key sound shaping controls a mouse click away. Novation V-Station: Key Features
  • Software plug-in instrument version of Novation K-Station
  • Superb liquid analog sound based on K-Station sound engine
  • Industry Standard VST (for PC Platforms) and MAC Audio Unit plug-in format
  • Sounds created in V-Station can be uploaded into K-Station
  • Arpeggiator with synchronisation lock in music
  • Simultaneous high quality effects including Reverb, Chorus, Phaser, Delay, Panning & Distortion, EQ Filter
  • Powerful 3 Oscillator sound engine with Noise and FM capability
  • 400 Program Memories (200 factory pre-written) and 100 Performance Memories (50 factory pre-written)
  • 8 note polyphony per instance The Novation V-Station is available in standard VST (for PC) or Mac Audio Plug-in formats. UK R.R.P. is £149.00, including VAT / around $239 US
  • www.novationmusic.com


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