SONiVOX Announces 3 New Virtual Instruments

DVI Erhu, Synth Leads, & Synth Basses      19/07/10

SONiVOX Announces 3 New Virtual Instruments


SONiVOX has announced the availability of their latest batch of DVI products (Downloadable Virtual Instruments), for both MAC and PC platforms. Here's what they have to say...
DVIs are designed to provide instant accessibility to a large selection of value priced instruments, perfect for musicians of all types. The latest offering of DVIs includes a Chinese Erhu, as well as Synth Leads, and Synth Basses all voiced by SONiVOX's award winning sound design team.
All DVIs come equipped with their own highly efficient virtual instrument engine complete with a selection of high quality FX by SONiVOX and iZotope, including Chorus, Delay, Reverb, Amp Simulator, and EQ, as well as an easy-to-use filter and envelope controls section, enabling the user easy sculpting of sounds.
All SONiVOX DVIs are compatible with both MAC and PC environments as a standalone instrument, as well as a plug-in within any VST, AU or RTAS host.
Pricing and Availability:
All SONiVOX DVIs are priced with MSRP's ranging from $9 to $99 More information and free trials:

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