SONiVOX Solina Redux 1.0.0 (STANDALONE, VSTi, AAX) [WiN x64]

fSONiVOX – Solina Redux 1.0.0

fSONiVOX – Solina Redux 1.0.0

Year / Date of Issue: 01.2020
Version: 1.0.0
Developer: SONiVOX
Developer site: sonivoxmi
Format: STANDALONE, VSTi, AAX
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured | R2R
System requirements: Windows (x64)
4GB RAM (8GB’s recommended)
2 GB’s free disc space
Intel Core i5, i7, 2.3GHz processor or higher


Description: SONiVOX  Solina Redux 1.0.0 announced the launch of Solina Redux, an Arp Solina emulation and a Virtual Analog Synthesizer.
SONiVOX’s Solina Redux virtual instrument adds a virtual analog synthesizer and two fully programmable sequencers to the classic Arp Solina String Ensemble playback. It was a standout machine in the 1970s, used by bands and artists such as Elton John, PinkFloyd, TheCure, JoyDivision, Tangerine Dream, NewOrder and many more. Its counterparts for violin, viola, cello, double bass and trumpet sound in a retro style, especially with the famous chorus effect.
Solina Redux gives users access to the original Solina sounds. The combination of these two synthesizers provides a sonic palette that is still relevant today. Each of them includes a multi-mode filter, amplitude and filter envelopes, LFO modulations and effects. Other controls include shutter time, tempo sync, time division, swing, notes, and octave shift. Trial Version

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Have you ever wanted to hot rod an Arp Solina String Ensemble? Now you can. SONiVOX Solina Redux 1.0.0 virtual instrument adds a sweet sounding virtual analog synthesizer to a classic reproduction of an Arp Solina String Ensemble, then throws in TWO fully programmable 8-step sequencers to boot. It’s a match made in heaven and one that produces sonic textures you simply can’t get any other way.

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