WNAMM09: Audio Impressions Releases DVZ Strings 2.0

70 piece sample library demonstarted at the show      20/01/09

WNAMM09: Audio Impressions Releases DVZ Strings 2.0

Audio Impressions have been demonstrating the first official release version of their patented virtual instrument technology and high definition 70 piece DVZ Strings 2.0 sample library using a $50,000.00 FAR XM-Range digitally controlled active monitor system. Here's the details on DVZ Strings 2.0 in their own words...
DVZ Strings 2.0 allows you to produce compositions in real time with the real-world balance of live musicians that will translate directly to accurate MIDI mock-ups as well as fully playable scores without loading or unloading different samples.
Enhancements in the latest version include re-mastered Strings; microtonal scaling for world music, key-switching options, 3 Decca Tree room mic selections, individual stereo outputs for each string section and AudioPort - a high-quality digital audio over LAN process which links PC's to Mac eliminating the need for costly sound-cards.
Future releases already in production will include DVZ Winds, Brass, Jazz Band, Guitars, Keyboards, and Pipe Organ, as well as Percussion and Drum Kit suites.
Audio Impressions' libraries are designed by a composer for composers who use computers to create music for film, videos, episodic TV, live theater and for Videogames. They're also ideal for music education.
Pricing and Availability:
DVZ Strings Version 2.0 will retail for $2499.00 MSRP. More information:

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