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Arturia Storm v2.0 released
19th September 2002
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Arturia Storm v2.0 has been released and it includes a new design, revamped sound, and lots of new functionality including ReWire support. All of the modules have been redesigned to make their use more instinctive and more precise. And above all, more coherent from one module to the next.
  • ReWire support.
  • Includes 23 instruments and virtual effects, the latest modules Shadow, Vocoder and Compressor are included.
  • MacOS X and Windows XP compatibility.
  • Improvement to the sound synthesis algorithms in certain modules: Equinoxe (chore sequencer), Bass 52 (Bass guitar emulator) and Chorus (effect).
  • New ergonomics for certain modules, including the Arsenic synthesizer and the Distortion and Ring Mod effects.
  • New look: all of the graphics in Storm Music Studio have been homogenized. All of the modules have the same graphical ergonomics, to help the recognition and ease of use.
  • Sample libraries (provided on the CD) completely re-worked, with regular updates available to download on their web site.
  • Improved registration procedure.
  • Audio samples:
    • Import several samples at the same time.
    • Import the samples into the studio by drag & drop.
    • Improvements to the EZtrack module (choice of audio source).
    • Corrections in H3O+ (improvements to sample reading and pattern loading).
    • Improvements to audio export.
  • Bug fixes.
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