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EVE ONE VSTi for Windows Released

EVE ONE VSTi for Windows Released


Dash Signature has released the EVE ONE synthesizer, the last addition to the Dash Signature “EVE” products family. EVE ONE is a sample-based VST virtual instrument designed to reproduce vintage electronic sounds.

EVE ONE offers a new patch creation system, the SoundWizard feature. When a specific sound is required (for example a Rhodes piano with some overdrive), the SoundWizard, in combination with the sound browser, lets you set-up the instrument basics in a few seconds, instead of browsing through thousand of presets. A selection of 72Mb of vintage samples is also bundled with EVE ONE.


  • Sound Wizard: macro preset system for easy sound programming
  • Multisample based oscillator, can load any DashSound (EVE and Knagalis) and Wusiksation* SoundSet (*
  • Amplitude ADSR envelope with keytracking
  • Multi Mode Resonating Filter: LP, HP and HP, with ADSR envelope, keytracking, keyscaling, envelope modulation depth. The cutoff frequency can be controlled using the Modulation Wheel and Aftertouch.MIDI messages.
  • LFO with tempo sync, delay, and attack time, pitch and filter cutoff targets, amp target with gate mode.
  • LFO modulation depth can be controlled using the Modulation Wheel and Aftertouch MIDI messages
  • Polyphony up to 100 voices
  • Mono mode with true Legato and adjustable glide time and mode
  • Multi Mode Overdive: Transistor, Tube, 12 bit DAC emulation
  • Vintage Phaser: Mono/Stereo, 4 stages
  • Vintage Tremolo
  • Echo: stereo delay effect with tempo sync and 3 tone modes
  • Limiter/Soft saturator
  • 100% skinnable

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EVE ONE is available for Euro 30,00 or USD $38.00. Dash Signature users who bought EVE or one of the DashSound libraries can buy it at the reduced price of Euro15,60 or USD $19.75. A demo version is available for download.

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