Access Unlimited For PowerCore

That gives you a 64 Voice, 16-part Virus and more      18/10/04
Access Unlimited For PowerCore
The PowerCore Virus Plug-in

TC Electronic has released the Virus|PowerCore Unlimited License from Access Music, bringing a new level of synthesis to the PowerCore platform. The Virus is based on Access’s hardware Virus Indigo synth, but runs on the extra DSP that PowerCore packs. Available as an upgrade for the Virus|PowerCore Base License, the new license allows the instrument to be instanced on all of the PowerCore DSPs simultaneously. The Virus|PowerCore Unlimited License is available at dealers now and is also downloadable at at EUR 249 ex.VAT. Based on Access Music's award-winning Virus hardware synthesizer, Virus|PowerCore offers three main oscillators, two filters, three LFOs and two envelopes. With the new Virus|PowerCore Unlimited License, one PowerCore PCI allows for 64 voices of polyphony and a 16-part multi-timbrality. Combining four PowerCores results in a 256 voice polyphony and 64-part multi-timbral virtual analog synth and FX processor. Thomas Valter, Product Manager at TC Electronic says: "The PowerCore users really responded well to the Virus|PowerCore Base License, and I'm sure that the response to the Unlimited License will be even greater. With the truckload of voices and multi-timbrality now simultaneously accessible, the only limitation is your hardware and your imagination!"
  • The PowerCore Platform
    PowerCore is the open platform DSP engine for professional signal processing for Mac and PC. Its serious processing power seamlessly integrates with any Audio Units- or VST compatible host application. PowerCore includes a number of world-class quality TC plug-ins right out of the box. Optional plug-ins are available from TC and a growing number of respected 3rd-party developers such as Access, Sony Oxford, Novation, Noveltech, TC-Helicon, Waldorf and D-Sound. The PowerCore platform consists of PowerCore Element, PowerCore Compact and PowerCore FireWire.

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