SONiVOX Announces New Software Division

Sound developers now deploying music player & synthesis technologies      21/07/08

SONiVOX Announces New Software Division


SONiVOX (formerly Sonic Implants) have announced the existence of their in-house MI software development team.
Initially supporting SONiVOX and 3rd party partner products, the SONiVOX MI software team has developed a universally compatible player technology that focuses on intelligent MIDI performance, intuitive interfaces, and the highest sonic fidelity.
Software development is not new to SONiVOX. In past years they have provided embedded software audio solutions to large Fortune 500 companies, including Motorola, Analog Devices, and Google. This new development signals their further expansion into the pro MI market.
Al Joelson, SONiVOX Director of MI Sales & Marketing, had this to say, “Supporting musicians and composers with great sounding music products has always been at the core of our values. We are proud to make this move into the musical instrument software channel. In paring our new MI software team with our award winning soundware team SONiVOX will strive to set new standards of innovation while maintaining our reputation of quality.�
The first releases from the SONiVOX MI software team will be affordably priced downloadable virtual instruments for Mac and PC (VST, RTAS, AU, Stand Alone). A large collection of these products are expected to be available for purchase by July 31, 2008. More information will follow soon.
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