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GForce Virtual String Machine Library v3.0.0

GForce Virtual String Machine Library v3.0.0

Feb 26 2020 | 10 GB
To coincide with the update of VSM to version 3.0 and to take advantage of the stereo playback now offered, we've taken the opportunity to double the size of the VSM Expansion Pack library to nearly 5Gb by including a huge variety of string tones we feel compliment those previously available.

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GForce Virtual String Machine v3.0.0 Incl Keygen [WiN-OSX]

GForce Virtual String Machine v3.0.0 Incl Keygen [WiN-OSX]

Feb 26 2020 | WiN 37 MB | OSX 77 MB
VSM Version 3
In much the same way that we played a big part in the rediscovery of the mellotron sound, in 2007 we had a similar role in resurrecting the tones of a range of iconic string machines, including the Freeman String Symphonizer, Eminent 310 and Solina String Ensemble, and bringing them back into vogue with release of VSM. In 2014 the addition of the VSM Expansion Pack further expanded the range of available instruments and tones helping confirm VSM as the go-to instrument for this wonderful family of instruments.

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G-Force Minimonsta v1.25 Win x86 x64

G-Force Minimonsta v1.25 Win x86 x64

June 12 2019 | 10.9 MB

Instrument Overview
The original Minimoog® was manufactured between 1971 and 1982 and was an instant classic thanks to its musician friendly logical layout, tactile front panel, warm oscillators and powerful 24dB lowpass filter. In its time 13,000 were sold but if you want one now be prepared to pay handsomely.

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GForce The Oddity 2 v1.00 WIN Mac

GForce The Oddity 2 v1.00 MacOSX-iND

GForce The Oddity 2 v1.00 WIN Mac

May 23 2017 | WIN: 14.3 MB | Mac: 54 MB
Oddity2 is the successor to the multi-award winning Oddity, modelled on the legendary ARP Odyssey synthesiser, manufactured between 1972 and 1981

During its lifetime the Odyssey, due to it's versatile and distinctive tones, was used by artists as diverse as Gary Numan, John Foxx, Herbie Hancock, Kraftwerk, Chick Corea, Roger Powell, George Duke, 808 State and countless others. Ultravox's Billy Currie refers to it as the 'first punk synth' due to its snarling aggression, thanks in part to an on-board ring modulator, oscillator sync and duophonic capabilities.

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