Cinematic Soundset For Access Virus

Synthmorph's Virus Dark Cinematics features 128 cinematic inspired presets      21/02/17

Synthmorph has announced the release of Virus Dark Cinematics, a soundset for the Access Virus synthesizer family. They describe it as a unique soundbank of 128 cinematic inspired presets + 19 Synthmorph MIDI sequences for cinematic, game soundtracks, cinematic scoring and ambient / atmospheric electronica. A spokesperson had this to say...

"Rehash your trusted Virus gathering dust on your desktop and give it a new mission: sink into the world of perilous soundscapes and effects, terrifying drones, gleaming leads, sorrowful pads, downy basses / pulses, compelling arps. These last two alone are a major strength of the package: layer the 53 arps and 14 basses the way you want, tweak their settings, arp patterns, note length, modulate them with the fully pre-defined modulations - nothing stops you to create your own dark cinematic vibe.

No Synthmorph pack is being released without some crafted Synthmorph MIDI sequences, showing the astronomical capabilities of the Virus synthesizers - many of them uses up to 30 controller lanes of automation that makes a real difference when it comes to the refined cinematic edge. Use these Synthmorph sequences as is, tweak them or apply them to another preset - the tweaking possibilities are unlimited!"


Content Details:

  • 128 categorized Access Virus presets in *.mid format
  • Included: 14 Bass, 53 Arpeggiator, 17 Decay, 11 Lead, 11 Pad, 22 EFX
  • 19 Synthmorph sequences in MIDI and mp3
  • Detailed PDF manual with installation and usage tips
  • Compatible with Access Virus B / C / TI / TI2 / Snow / Powercore synthesizers


Pricing and Availability:
$30 USD / £24 / €28 + VAT (if applicable)

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