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Back in Time Records UX3 VST Expansion: The Andromeda
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Back In Time Records has released 3 new Expansions for UX3 VST, also compatible with ws5-engine products like Wusikstation.


UX3 VST Expansion: The Andromeda
The Andromeda is an advanced sample library including Presets Bank for the UX3 VST and ws5-engine compatibles like Wusikstation, etc..

Like the Minimoog Classics sample library, the Andromeda was programmed and sampled for the purpose to use it in the sample player and make it a rendition and simulation of the original instrument.
  • 1.3 GB sample library with 250 Presets.
  • Format ws-engine (ws5), downloadable, €69

UX3 VST Expansion: Movie Orchestrals 2
The Movie Orchestrals 2 is an advanced sample libraries including Presets Bank for the UX3 VST and ws5-engine compatibles like Wusikstation, etc..

Movie Orchestrals 2: The entire orchestra in one piece is designed for all kinds of movie sound music. A sonic tool for soundtracks, computer animation, intros and interludes of pop and rock music.
  • 220 MB sample library with 256 Presets.
  • Format ws-engine (ws5), downloadable, €39

UX3 VST Expansion: Movie Spheres 1
Movie Spheres 1 is the first product of a new line with ambience scenes and FX. Everything created with electronic sound devices and in full stereo.
  • 230 MB sample library with 150 Presets.
  • Format ws-engine (ws5), downloadable, €39

All new products are available as download version, optional CD/DVD.

Visit the UX3 VST and Expansions product pages: www.backintimerecords.de/bitr054.htm.
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