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Vital Arts announces Plectrum V2

Vital Arts Plectrum V2

Vital Arts has announced Plectrum V2, the new cross-platform version of its critically acclaimed virtual instrument collection.

Imagine 187 instruments you have never played before. Imagine sounds made by plucking, strumming, tapping, scraping, and flicking a range of prepared instruments and found objects. Imagine stretched strings, glass vessels, water filled cups, breaking twigs, and much more, sounded out and recorded in thousands of full length, high resolution samples. Imagine these sounds tuned and voiced, under your fingertips, transformed into inspiring keyboard instruments. Imagine what you could do with such instruments. Imagine Plectrum.

Plectrum V2 features

  • 187 original instruments.
  • 45 combination “Multis”.
  • Round robin playback, with multiple articulations under every key.
  • Nine easy access categories.
  • Fast instrument loading and selection.
  • Fully multitimbral, allowing custom split and layer “Multis”.
  • High performance audio engine, powered by Native Instruments Konatkt 2 Player.
  • AU, VST, RTAS, and Standalone.
  • Thousands of full length high resolution samples, voiced for making music.

Plectrum V2 will be shipping November 10, 2008 for $299 USD. Registered Plectrum users will be offered a $59 USD crossgrade price for a limited time.

Visit Vital Arts for more information and audio demos.

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ILIO releases Vital Arts Plectrum

ILIO Vital Arts Plectrum

ILIO has released Plectrum, a virtual instrument library featuring 185 original acoustic instruments, powered by Tascam’s GVI streaming sample playback engine.

Geoffrey Gee, pianist, composer, and former Senior Soundware Engineer at Kurzweil Music Systems, created his instruments from sounds made by plucking, strumming, tapping, scraping, and flicking a range of stringed instruments and found objects.

Features

  • 185 original instruments
  • Round robin playback, with multiple articulations under every key
  • Nine easy-access categories
  • Ultra friendly interface–select an instrument and play
  • Fast instrument loading and selection
  • High polyphony streaming audio engine, powered by Tascam GVI
  • VST, RTAS, and Standalone
  • Thousands of full length high resolution samples, voiced for making music

The package is 7.5GB, with its up to 96kHz, 24-bit content optimized using Tascam’s wave acceleration feature. The PC version is now shipping for $299, while MAC support is coming in September 2007.

Visit ILIO for more information and sound demos.

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