Goodbye Sonic Implants, Hello SONiVOX

Soundware developer re-brands and expands development and distribution      23/08/06

Goodbye Sonic Implants, Hello SONiVOX


Sonic Network Inc., parent company to the award-winning Sonic Implants product line, has announced the evolution of its corporate identity, uniting its multi-tiered product suite under one brand, SONiVOX.
For years SONiVOX, previously branded as Sonic Implants, has provided leading composers with instrument libraries to create world-class audio content for top movie and television projects. Most recently, Brad Hatfield, composer for film and television, used the Complete Symphonic String Collection in his Emmy Award winning composition ‘Sunshine’.
Under the new identity the SONiVOX musical instrument division will expand its position in the musical instrument market with several new innovative product lines, beginning with MUSE, an extensive set of sampled instruments encapsulated in a powerful new virtual instrument engine, to be unveiled this September 2006. In addition, SONiVOX is aggressively broadening its third party distribution with exciting new products from Fable Sounds, Scarbee, Revolution Studios Ltd. and others.
Al Joelson, Director of Sales, Musical Instrument Division, had this to say, “The whirlwind of success from the Complete Symphonic Collection and our new partnerships with great companies like Ableton, the Avid family, and Tascam is driving SONiVOX into the future. We’re committed to providing amazing tools for musicians everywhere.�
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