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Sonivox releases 3 DVI Instrument Collections for Mac & Win: Studio Percussion, Melody Maker and Studio Guitars

Sonivox has introduced three new DVI collections featuring over $400 of virtual instruments in each collection priced at $149.99 each.

Each collection features at-least six instruments from the Sonivox catalog. These are the first of more collections to come, designed to aid producers experiment or master an area of production or genre.

Studio Percussion Collection
Add a wide collection of meticulously sampled percussion instruments to your studio. Each instrument contains a deluge of articulations and multi-velocity samples that convey realism. Stick drums, bells, shakers and hand drums from all over the world provide you with a wide range of sounds that excite modern percussion sequences. Build your core rhythms with larger-than-life session kits while integrating synth drums from SONiVOX's extensive library. From NY Punk or LA Pop all the way to Brazil and Africa, the Studio Percussion Collection has it covered.

Melody Maker Collection
This collection of melodic instruments offers hundreds of sonic tools you can add to your studio setup in an instant. Start with Soundstage, a comprehensive suite of pianos, guitars, and orchestral instruments with iZotope FX that provide instant inspiration or finishing touches. The Symphonic String Ensemble adds that lush organic texture to your productions with a host of cello, viola and bass instrumentation. Blend the sounds of today with coveted instruments of the past: Guqin offers anytime-access to a 3,000 year old Chinese stringed instrument while the Wurlitzer Electric Piano adds vintage vibe to your rig. A highly sought-after instrument, the Vintage Mellotron Synth provides the unmistakable tape-loop sampling sounds of the past without the maintenance headaches.

Studio Guitars Collection
If you need a guitar on your next track, Sonivox has 6 for you. They put together a collection of studio guitars to cover as much tone as they could in one bundle. Tackle any session with session player favorites from Fender, Gibson and Rickenbacker. They also included the Creamy Fuzz Guitar and Martin to make sure you could create anything from clean & pristine to crunchy & dirty.

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