Steinberg Revives Some Classic VST Instruments

Model E synth and VB-1 virtual bass available for free download      30/11/11
Steinberg Revives Some Classic VST Instruments



Steinberg has released VST Classics Vol. 1, a free download of their Model E and VB-1. Here's their statement:
Throughout the long history of Steinberg, many products have come and gone, many have been superseded by new variants and others have been dropped completely. Once in a while, however, some of our developers like to dig up one of these long forgotten gems and polish it ready for current operating systems.
As these revived products remain discontinued, their updates are not officially supported. Updates for discontinued products are sporadic as these are voluntarily provided by our engineers in their free time.
Today, Steinberg would like to share with you the following:
  • Model E -- classic analog synth with ultra-low CPU load
  • VB-1 -- virtual bass emulation with selectable pick position

Pricing and Availability:
Free download. More information:

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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Speelycaptor    Said...

Nice ! kudos for the developers, who do this in their freetime for the audio community

30-Nov-11 07:25 AM


Mattsynth    Said...

Both of these plugins were very cool. Can not wait to use them again. Thanks Steinberg.

30-Nov-11 08:02 AM


Mattsynth    Said...

Both of these plugins were very cool. Can not wait to use them again. Thanks Steinberg.

30-Nov-11 08:03 AM


The Guvnor    Said...

I still have my Model-E disk. Does that mean I have a Vintage soft-synth???

30-Nov-11 08:54 AM


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