NAMM: Storm 3 Comes To Town

and we’re all going to get very wet      19/01/04
NAMM: Storm 3 Comes To Town
Stormin' new release

Arturia have announced a further update of their popular virtual studio package Storm. They have made some significant improvements which they can tell you about in their press release…. ARTURIA releases the version 3.0 of its award-winning virtual studio, Storm Music Studio. Launched in January 2000, updated in May 2001 and September 2002, Storm Music Studio now enters a new dimension with version 3. Discover the latest features of this popular Software:
  • Unlimited rack allowing to load as many instruments and effects as your computer can handle
  • Professional Audio/MIDI sequencer
  • Redesigned expandable mixing-table bringing a new EQ and some new routing possibilities
  • Piano roll for an easier programming of the instruments
  • Full-Midi management: Virtual instruments playable through a MIDI keyboard, Slave and Master MIDI sync, Import or MIDI files.
  • New Sound module loaded with 220 General MIDI sounds. Meet professional standards with what is probably the most fun and auto gratifying studio of the moment. 14 instruments and 10 effects allow you to explore any music style; the Hall enables you to interact with all Storm users online; and with the Composition Assistant, you can improve your song-writing skills, expand your creative possibilities, and quickly complete a project that sounds ready for radio airplay. Compatibility:
  • Cubase™ and Logic Audio™ through VST & ReWire
  • Ableton Live™, Rebirth™, Reason™ and CakeWalk Sonar™ through Rewire
  • Sampling Rate: 44100 Hz/ 48 KHz/ 96 KHz
  • Import/Export of Wave, Aiff, MP3 files.
  • Software available in 4 languages: French, English, German and Japanese http://www.arturia.com


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