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SONiVOX has announced the imminent release of Playa – Hip Hop Virtual Instrument, a new virtual instrument plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows.


Playa is designed for quick and easy sequencing, beat construction, and hands-on remixing.

Playa’s user interface is designed to bridge the gap between MPC style beat creation and the computer based virtual instrument environment. Playa allows users to interface their MIDI pad controllers and controller keyboards directly with the software.

Key features at a glance:
  • 400+ SONiVOX Instruments – Fat synths, basses, drums, leads, orchestral instruments, ethnic instruments, guitars, strings, brass and more.
  • 16 User Programmable and Assignable Pads – For MPC style beat construction.
  • Over 50 Pad Presets – Various construction kit layouts, diatonic chord mappings, arpeggios, chord progressions and motifs.
  • User Definable Layouts – Make original pad mappings and assign pads to MIDI keys using the “map” and “learn” modes.
  • MIDI Functionality – Playa is instantly compatible with any MIDI controller.
  • Independent Zone Tempo-Synched Variable Resolution Roll/Retrigger Mode.
  • Onboard FX and Graphic Equalizer.
  • Keys Mode – For standard keyboard play/performance.
  • User Editable Envelope Controls.

Pricing & Availability
Playa will be available February 1st, 2009, with an MSRP of $149 and an introductory street price of $99.
It will be available for Windows (Standalone, VST and RTAS) and Mac OS X (Standalone, AU, VST, and RTAS).
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