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Virtual Drum/Percussion from SONiVOX MI

Public price: $199 incl. VAT

SONiVOX offered a pre-release preview with video examples of their upcoming release, PULSE – Advanced Production Instrument.

 

PULSE is said to combine “the feature set highlights of today’s hardware music production units, along with the multidimensional capabilities afforded by the software paradigm.”

PULSE – Advanced Production Instrument Features:
  • Music production software for MAC and PC, combining MPC style editing and workflow.
  • 8 User-assignable stereo outputs and 8 User-assignable effects busses, complete with tempo sync stereo delay, EQ, and reverb effects
  • Onboard real-time sampling
  • 64 user assignable pads with Infinite sample layering and multiple playback modes
  • Per pad editing of LFO, volume, pitch, envelope, panning, and filter with ten user selectable filter types.
  • User-assignable auto pitch map, velocity override (full), choke and one shot modes
  • User adjustable input-quantize
  • 400+ instruments and drum kits
  • Midi learn & save functionality, PULSE is compatible with any MIDI keyboard or pad controller
  • Pad-specific variable resolution note repeat
  • Multi-mode pattern and step sequencer which optionally locks to your DAW/host
  • Works as a MAC or PC Standalone application or as a VST, AU, & RTAS plugin.

 

Pricing & Availability

PULSE – Advanced Production Instrument is slated for a release date of November 1st 2010 with a MSRP of $199.99 and an estimated street price of $149.99. Select retailers will be offering PULSE at a special introductory price of $99.99 throughout the holiday season.

 

For video demos and purchasing information please visit www.sonivoxmi.com.

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