Affordable Downloadable Virtual Instruments

SONiVOX announces DVI Series downloadable virtual instruments      26/07/07
Affordable Downloadable Virtual Instruments


SONiVOX have announced the release of their new line of DVI Products (downloadable virtual instruments). The DVI series products feature a large selection of affordably priced instruments and collections of instruments that are downloadable directly from the SONiVOX web shop.
Designed for users’ instant gratification and ease of use SONiVOX DVI’s are made in collaboration with the TASCAM Giga development team melding SONiVOX’s instrument content with TASCAM’s GVI sample playback technology. As a result of this partnership each DVI product is downloadable and instantly playable as a plug-in or as a standalone instrument.
SONiVOX product manager Pete Drawbridge told us, “Musicians will appreciate the added flexibility and convenience in maintaining and expanding their sonic palate afforded by the ease of use and accessibility of our new DVI’s.�
The initial rollout of DVI products include, Steel String and Nylon String Acoustic Guitars, multiple Drumkits, Basses, Electric Guitars, Harpsichord, Electric Pianos, Vintage Synths, Harp, Bagpipes, String Ensembles, Brass Ensembles, and more, all affordably priced.
Pricing and Availability:
SONiVOX DVI’s are available now directly from SONiVOX’s webshop and are PC, Standalone, VSTi, RTAS. With MAC compatibility following in the fall.
Prices from $11.95 to $79.95 USD.
More information:
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