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Saturday September 17, 2005
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Philharmonik is an integrated Orchestral Workstation combining the legendary Miroslav Orchestral and Choir samples with a dedicated plug-in instrument specifically tailored for everything from classical compositions to pop arrangements, film scoring and more.

Recorded by legendary musician Miroslav Vitous, these sounds have been praised over the years. It contains the full sample content of the original Miroslav Orchestra and Choir samples enhanced with previously unreleased material, including additional instruments, programming, performance articulations and more. For many years composers have paid thousands of dollars for the Miroslav Vitous high end orchestral and choir sample collection. Not only are these sample collections included within Miroslav Philharmonik's sound set, but there are gigabytes of additional instruments, ensembles and articulations never before released from Miroslav's archives, the largest instruments set in its category. Sampled in the proper spatial positioning in the highly acclaimed Dvorak Symphony Hall in Prague, the instruments were performed by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, an ensemble with a romantic tradition going back centuries.

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Price and Availability

Miroslav Philharmonik will have an introductory price of €419/$499 for the full version and €299/$349 as a cross-grade price for registered SampleTank 2 L/XL users (all prices VAT excluded).

After the introductory price period is over, the price will be €499/$599 for the full version and €329/$399 for the cross-grade. It is currently available for sale from all IK dealers/distributors worldwide.

For more information, visit their web site at www.philharmonik.com

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