Softrave updates Alice 2012 to v1.1 + Alice 2012 Combi released

Softrave has updated its Alice 2012 virtual synthesizer instrument for Windows to version 1.1. Softrave now offer pack of two synths. Alice 2012 is upgraded to version 1.1 – Controlled analog drift is added for … read more

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ToneBytes/Softrave Analog Noise effect plug-in

ToneBytes and Softrave has released Analog Noise, an effect which adds the sound and atmosphere of analog recordings to your tracks and mixes. The purpose of the plug-in is to add sounds typically found in … read more

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Softrave releases Alice 2012 synth plugin

Softrave has released Alice 2012, a virtual synthesizer instrument for Windows. This instrument is based on waveform samples from Alice 1387 vintage analog soviet synth produced in 80 ‘s. The idea was to recreate deep … read more

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Softrave updates Analog Techno Kick PRO to v2.0

Softrave has updated Analog Techno Kick PRO, a virtual kick synthesizer plug-in for Windows. This plugin is intended for creation of phat kicks for techno, dance and electronic music and is empowered with HarmonicsBoosting psychoacoustic … read more

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Softrave releases Hang VSTi

Softrave has released Hang VSTi v1.0, a freeware VST instrument for Windows PC. Hang is a synth based on samples of a real Hang percussion instrument. Dr Tikov was lucky enough to meet one day … read more

Softrave releases Noisybox VSTi

Softrave has released Noisybox VSTi version 1.0. Noisybox is temposynced and designed for use in IDM, electro, trance and experimental styles. I haven’t tried this one myself yet, if anyone does please let me know … read more

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