Proteus Sounds For Cakewalk Synths

Digital Sound Factory releases Proteus sample content for Dimension Pro and LE      28/04/08

Proteus Sounds For Cakewalk Synths


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Digital Sound Factory has reissued the original Proteus sample content for use with Cakewalk's Dimension Pro and Dimension LE synthesizers.
Digital Sound Factory say that, using the advanced parameters available in Cakewalk's Dimension synthesizer, these new instrument programs were perfectly matched and tuned to the original hardware products.
The company tell us that the 233MB E-MU Proteus Pack consists of over 3,500 immediately useable, go-to sound programs, perfect for any style of music you can imagine. They say that when you combine them with the infinite synthesis options of Dimension, they also provide the perfect springboards for custom sonic creations.
E-MU Proteus Pack includes Proteus 2000 - Multi-Purpose Professional Sounds, Mo' Phatt - Hip Hop/Urban, Xtreme Lead 1 - Dance/Electronica, Planet Earth - World, Virtuoso 2000 - Orchestral, and PX-7 - Drums/Percussion. Users registering this product will receive a free Dimension LE sound player that will run on the Mac and PC. This sound collection is compatible with:
  • Dimension Pro for Mac or PC
  • SONAR 7 Studio and Producer Edition
  • SONAR Home Studio 6 XL
  • Project5 Version 2.5 • Pro Tools LE, M-Powered, and HD
  • Logic Pro
  • Garageband
  • Cubase
  • Ableton Live
  • Digital Performer
  • Tracktion.
Pricing and Availability:
$299.00
Free Shipping - USA, $20.00 International Locations More information:
  • www.digitalsoundfactory.com

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