More Sounds For Dave Smith Instruments Evolver

Boxed Ear' s TQS: Magnetic Fields sound bank now comes with 256 patches      20/12/13

More Sounds For Dave Smith Instruments Evolver


TQS: Magnetic Fields is a soundset for Dave Smith Instruments Evolver series. In the spirit of the holiday season, Boxed Ear are releasing an update, increasing the number of patches to 256 (previously 128). That's two banks of synth sounds for the same great price as before. Existing owners get the update free.

A spokesperson told us, "The Evolver is a modern classic. Digital wavetables mix with analog oscillators, filters, sequencers, LFOs and delays to create a powerful yet vintage sounding synthesizer that stand up there with the greats. Included in the soundset are 128 fresh sounds, compatible with any Evolver. Every sound has been designed with one thing in mind, playability. Organics leads, vintage basses, luscious evolving pads and otherworldly atmospheres are all designed to be expressive and musical."

Details:
128 brand new sounds delivered in MIDI sysex format and SoundTower Editor format. Detailed instructions for installing are included in the download package. Compatible with all Evolver models including the Poly Evolver Keyboard, Evolver Desktop, Mono Evolver Keyboard and Poly Evolver Rack.

Pricing and Availability:
TQS: Magnetic Fields costs USD $33, EUR €25 or GBP £21 inc.VAT

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