SampleTank 2 - Ships!

IK Multimedia's long awaited upgrade hits the streets      20/11/03

SampleTank 2 - Ships!
SampleTank 2 - it's the bees knees

After much previewing, tweaking and general all round improving, the all new SampleTank 2 plug-in sample workstation is finally shipping worldwide. IK have spent much of their time making ST 2 "More powerful than any sampler". The software also boasts "more sounds than any sound module" and "complete control over every aspect of your sounds". One feature that makes ST 2 so special is the exclusive STRETCH (SampleTank Time REsynthesys TeCHnology), pitch-shift/time-stretch synthesis and traditional resampling synthesis put control of tempo, tune and harmonics at your fingertips. Another great bullet point is that ST 2 gives you lighting fast access to more than 1500 included sounds, plus the ability to import unlimited WAV, AIFF, SDII, AKAI, and SAMPLECELL files. Top-notch features like 32 built-in award-winning effects, 16 multitimbral layerable parts, full synth-sampler engine control, single-sample editing, loop sync, portamento, keyword search, and loads more make it an attractive package. Get more info here:
  • http://www.sampletank.com/sampletank2-desc.html Or check it our ar your preferred store and retailers:
  • http://www.sampletank.com/STDistributors.html Upgrade in stores or in our online shop starting from $/Euro249!:
  • http://www.sampletank.com/STSales.html

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