Software distributor Best Service send us a overview from the upcoming software products. You can look and test them at the Musikmesse 2016 in Frankfurt.
Chris Hein – SOLO VIOLIN (179 euro)
No matter if you’re composing jazz, gypsy or orchestral scores, Chris Hein Solo Violin can handle any genre. Over 10,000 samples, 38 articulations and 4 different legato transitions combined with unique phase align techniques, enable perfect X-fade blending between up to 8 dynamic layers. Choose from 102 different attack shapes using the exceptional Note Head function, all with just a single fader. The detail, expression and functionality of Chris Hein Solo Violin is simply unmatched.
KWAYA – African Voices By Eduardo Tarilonte (259 euro)
A unique virtual instrument featuring the award winning choir “Aba Taano” from Uganda. The four men and two women have been recorded solo, so you can build your own ensemble. With five true legato vowels, 40 syllables, an additional “mm” articulation and a comprehensive collection of vocal FX, Kwaya stands for unbeatable flexibility and unrivalled inspiration.
TRINITY – DRUMS By Sonuscore (179 euro)
Trinity Drums is a powerful collection of cinematic and modern grooves combined in a flexible, innovative virtual instrument. The character of the included rhythmic themes ranges from earth-shaking monstrosity to delicate rhythms and even electronic beats ‐ all created from high quality recordings by the sound design specialists from the Boom Library and produced by the experienced team of composers at Sonuscore.
ICARUS by Tone2 3D Wavetable Synthesizer (149 euro)
Tone2 expanded the wavetable concept, allowing to cross-blend waveforms with an additional dimension for morphing. Next to its wavetable capabilities it also offers resynthesis, true stereo architecture, hypersaw oscillators, a wavetable editor, modular effects, a vocoder, dual filter section, programmable arpeggiator and a comfortable patch browser.