An Imaginary Solina String Synth

Tronsonic releases the Solino String Proto Ensemble MK1      14/10/13

Tronsonic has releasesd the Solino String Proto Ensemble MK1, described as a recreation of an imaginary EMINENT SOLINA STRING ENSEMBLE 'PROTOTYPE' - perhaps found in the basement of the old Eminent factory in Holland.

They tell us that it was ampled from the original MARK1 version (with ensemble effect always ON) and that you can configure the ultimate string synth, with as many combinations of any of the 6 instruments as your computer can handle, and adjust the keyrange and controls for each individual preset.

Tronsonic also says that it features a customisable EQ modulation effect, plus 2 pasers, allowing a different variety of ensemble with a wide range of movement, for complex and evolving synthesized orchestral sounds.

Pricing and Availability:
£14.99
25% off introductory price valid until November 1st

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