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[NAMM] Access Music Virus TI OS4.0

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Access Music presents OS4 for the entire Virus TI series on the NAMM Show 2010 in Anaheim, California.

The new update adds exiting and innovative new sound design features and will be available free of charge to all Virus TI users.

Here is how the company describes the features:

Stomp Box Effects
OS4 for the entire Virus TI line of synthesizers brings 6 more distortion flavors to the table, modeled on vintage guitar distortion pedals.

Mint Overdrive
The sound of this one just screams tubes – a very special kind of overdrive which results in a wonderful smokey tone. Good for achieving a subtle distortion effect whilst still retaining headroom for dynamics.

Curry Overdrive
A more extreme distortion – like in the original, this does not feature a Tone control.

Saffron Overdrive
The 'orange' one. A very harsh distortion, popular with the grunge movement.

Onion Overdrive
A big distortion effect famous for its fuzzy character.

Pepper Overdrive
A clear, powerful distortion that??s perfect for making leads cut right through the mix. Tone control to soften sound with a lowpass filter.

Chili Overdrive
A classic "fuzzbox" overdrive. No tone control, just in-your-face fuzz.

Speaker Cabinet
To compliment the new vintage distortions, a speaker cabinet simulation was added to the effect section. The new effect type greatly helps to fine tune the frequency response of any sound and to give it more focus in the mix.

Vowel Filter Effect
This effect is a simple and effective way to vocalize any sound similar to the way a talk box or vocoder would do.

Comb Filter Effect
The new comb filter creates everything from subtle, pitched overtones to extreme time-warped deconstruction of any given patch.

Arp To Matrix
OS4 for the Virus TI series introduces a new feature that allows you use the arpeggiator pattern to modulate any of the parameters available to the modulation matrix.

OS4 will be available in Q1/2010 to all Virus TI users as a free update.

For more information, visit www.access-music.de.
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