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Virtual Intrument Bundle de la marque Digidesign appartenant à la série Pro Tools

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AVID (formerly known as DigiDesign) announced that its collection of five new virtual instruments for Pro Tools is now shipping.


The Pro Tools Instrument Expansion Pack includes the following instruments:
  • Structure — Professional Sampler Workstation
The latest Structure 1.1 sampler comes with 17.5 GB of content, including 5 GB of new orchestral sounds, Nashville Signature drum kits, and a custom grand piano.

  • Strike — The Ultimate Virtual Drummer
The latest Strike 1.5 instrument includes new features and more content (30 GB total). Use your own sounds with new WAV and AIFF sample import, gain more efficiency with the enhanced Style editor, discover over 10 GB of new drum kits and percussion elements, explore 55 new styles (for a total of 205 styles), and more.

  • Velvet — Vintage Electric Pianos
The latest Velvet 1.3 e-pianos plug-in features a new reverb effects module with three reverb types (Ambience, Spring, and Room) and introduces nine new FM tunes, including classic ’80s-inspired “glassy” digital piano sounds.

  • Transfuser — The Ultimate Groove Creator
The latest Transfuser 1.3 workstation adds a new bass module inspired by a classic bass line synth, 1.6 GB of new audio content for a total of nearly 4 GB of included loops and sounds, and a 6-band parametric EQ.

  • Hybrid — High-definition Synthesizer
The latest Hybrid 1.6 synth delivers a new Multi-Square waveform; introduces Blue, White, Mod, and Crackle waveforms to the noise oscillator to offer more textures; and includes 256 new patches.

Check out Avid for more details.


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