OS 2.7 furthermore increases the amount of audio streams from the TI into the Virus Control plug-in by 50% and adds input side chaining capabilities. This way, users can send audio from the host sequencer into the Virusâ€™ sound engine all digitally, process it with the TIâ€™s filters and FX and finally loop it back into the sequencer.
The new operating system also increases the amount of ROM sounds to 26 banks with 128 patches each (thatâ€™s, including the RAM banks, a total of nearly 4000 onboard sound patches). Among the new patches are patches by Dean Coleman, Stuart Price (Madonna), Numb and many others.
Pricing and Availability:
OS 2.7 is available to every Virus TI user free of charge and will be available for download in Spring 2008.
With access music, they just keep pushing the envelope development wise, i mean the virus ti, has had sustained feature releases, expansion in terms of patches, and its set to continue. A great investment if you by a TI, you really are getting a current product even a couple of years after release. Other synth makers should sit and take note here,
26-Jan-08 12:56 AM
Yeah, I would agree. Kudos where it's due. I know they got some stick about the early Ti software, but they have more than made up for it with the on-going development of this system.
27-Jan-08 01:15 PM
for this same reason i like Novation. Love companies who keep devoted to theire products and users. Roland and Yamaha totally screwed up on this.
27-Jan-08 06:30 PM