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Sinevibes has announced new updates for its sound banks dedicated to Roland synths.


The Planet X sound library has been updated with 20 new patches. It now comes with 100 sounds and is fully compatible with Fantom-S, Fantom-X series, Fantom-Xa, Juno-G and SonicCell synthesizers and sound modules with no specific hardware requirements.

The Planet V sound expansion library also got 20 new patches which brings the total to 160, along with 14 drum kits — all based on it's massive original bank of over 900 sampled waveforms all made from scratch using Roland's V-Synth exclusively. It is compatible with Fantom-S, Fantom-X and Fantom-Xa synthesizers and requires minimum 128 MB of expanded RAM and a 128 MB flash storage card.

The GX Atmospheres is a new library in Sinevibes' sound expansion series for Roland's new Fantom-G mega-workstations. It includes 100 brand-new patches covering pads, ambient, atmospheric and morphing sounds, backgrounds and sound effects. It is compatible with all Fantom-G models with no extra requirements.

All new and updated sound libraries are available from the Sinevibes store, via immediate download or optional worldwide CD shipping, with prices ranging from $29 to $49.

In addition, the three new bundles offer a one-go sound boost to your synth, with hundreds of sounds at a discount price. These include:
  • Planet Pack ($59) with 530 patches and 45 samples, compatible with Fantom-S, Fantom-X series, Fantom-Xa, Juno-G and SonicCell.
  • Planet Mega Pack ($79) with 700 patches and over 1000 samples for Fantom-S, Fantom-X series and Fantom-Xa.
  • GX Pack ($79) with 360 patches and more than 400 samples made for the Fantom-G series.

For more information, visit Sinevibes' web site at www.sinevibes.com.
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