Free Trial Of 57 New Downloadable Virtual Instruments

SONiVOX makes you an offer you can't refuse      07/11/08
Free Trial Of 57 New Downloadable Virtual Instruments


SONiVOX have released the first batch of their new downloadable virtual instrument plug-ins. These plug-ins, branded as DVI which stands for Downloadable Virtual Instruments, give musicians and composers instant access to a large collection of sample based virtual instruments for MAC and PC. As a part of the rollout SONiVOX is offering an unprecedented free trial program allowing musicians to try these downloadable virtual instruments before they purchase them.
Al Joelson, SONiVOX Director of Sales, Marketing, & Business Development, had this to say, "Now for the first time users will be able to download and try sample based virtual instruments in the comfort of their own home or studio before they need to make a purchasing decision. The added flexibility allows musicians to purchase only what they really need, when they need it, and at an extremely reasonable price, starting as low as $19. In these trying economic times SONiVOX is delivering a sensible consumer friendly solution to its user base. Our DVI's are instantly accessible, great sounding, and inexpensive."
Replacing an earlier series of downloadable instruments, the new DVI's feature synthesis engine technology developed in-house by SONiVOX as well additional DSP / Special FX by renowned signal processing pioneers and manufacturer iZotope.
The initial 57 DVI offerings include orchestral instruments, vintage keyboards, ethnic tonal & percussion instruments, electronic instruments, guitars, basses, and much more, all affordably priced with prices starting at $19.95 Many more releases are to follow shortly.
These new DVI products are available now to try for free or purchase from SONiVOX at the website address listed below.
Pricing and Availability:
Prices start at $19.95 More information:
  • www.sonivoxmi.com

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