Steinberg Releases New VST Sound Instrument Set

Prologue Discoveries adds VST 3 sound presets and MIDI loops to Cubase and Sequel      02/12/10

Steinberg Releases New VST Sound Instrument Set


Steinberg has announced the release of Prologue Discoveries, the second VST Sound Instrument Set to come after the Synthesizers set introduced last year.
Stefan Trowbridge, public relations manager at Steinberg, tells us, "I'm elated to introduce Prologue Discoveries, our second VST Sound set of this kind. The first set, Synthesizers, has been going strong, so we've corresponded to the pressure with this latest release. It's safe to say that the patterns and sounds are really hitting the nerve in terms of what's currently heard in the dance scene."
Here's the rest of what Steinberg has to say...
Instantly accessible by taking advantage of Steinberg's MediaBay and VST Sound technologies through the Prologue polyphonic subtractive synthesizer featured in the fourth and fifth versions of Cubase and Sequel 2, the new add-on holds over 180 VST 3 sound presets and more than 200 MIDI loops conveniently arranged in categorized construction kits. Created by professional sound designers in collaboration with Steinberg's in-house planners, Prologue Discoveries is an expansion set that will pique the interest of both aspiring and tenured producers of dubstep, glitch-hop and grime, but also holds a wealth of sounds for electro, techno and minimal.
Pricing and Availability:
VST Sound Instrument Set Prologue Discoveries is now available exclusively as download from the Steinberg Online Shop for EUR 29* and GBP 24.
*Prices may vary regionally.
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