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SONiVOX releases DVI Symphonic Ensemble Strings and DVI Symphonic Ensemble Brass v2.0

SONiVOX has announced the availability of their latest batch of DVI products (Downloadable Virtual Instruments).

DVIs are designed to provide instant accessibility to a large selection of value priced instruments, perfect for musicians of all types. The latest offering includes Symphonic Ensemble Strings v2.0 and Symphonic Ensemble Brass v2.0 taken from SONiVOX's flagship product: Sonic Implants Symphonic Collection.

Symphonic Ensemble BrassSymphonic Ensemble Strings, $79.95, features ensemble legato & pizzicato strings taken directly from SONiVOX's flagship Symphonic String Collection. These 24-bit dual velocity string patches offer lush expressiveness, according to SONiVOX. Five sections: Basses, Cellos, Violas and 1st & 2nd Violins - all recorded in their proper orchestral positions and layered together into one ensemble string section.

Symphonic Ensemble Brass, $79.95, features ensemble legato & staccato brass recordings taken directly from SONiVOX's flagship Symphonic Brass Collection. These 24-bit dual velocity brass patches offer lush expressiveness, according to SONiVOX. Includes Tuba, Trombones, French Horns, and Trumpets - all recorded in their proper orchestral positions and layered together into one ensemble brass section.

All DVIs come equipped with their own virtual instrument engine complete with a selection of high quality FX by SONiVOX and iZotope, including Chorus, Delay, Reverb, Amp Simulator, and EQ, as well as an easy-to-use filter and envelope controls section, enabling the user easy sculpting of sounds.

Pricing & Availability

All SONiVOX DVIs are compatible with Mac OS X and Windows environments as a standalone instrument as well as a plug-in within any VST, AU or RTAS host.

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