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PowerFX Releases HumBox VM1

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PowerFX has released HumBox VM1, a VST instrument plug-in synth for Windows designed to manipulate sounds and create backing vocals and solo lines, scat melodies and sound effects.


HumBox VM1 comes with 10 voice banks and 50 styles, so each virtual vocalist has a few variations, in which he or she can perform.

These banks and styles are named to help identify specify vocal character. All styles can be used in Solo, Dual or Poly mode. VM1 has phrase volume and pitch envelopes and inserts noises in pauses.

Every VM1 Style is a set of 7 patches, and their parameters are used for calculating the current patch on the base of musical context: Velocities, Note Numbers and music Intervals.

The interface is designed to be simple. Most control elements don’t require setting specific values. They are used to increase or reduce any given parameter of sound. After loading Bank and Style you should be able to set the sound according to your needs. All sections have QuickHelp – brief comments that can be shown on top of the program window.

Pricing & Availability
$49.
Available as a VST instrument plug-in for Windows.

For more info, check out the PowerFX website: www.powerfx.com.
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