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Particular Sound And LinPlug Introduce Sophistry VSTi/AU Plug-In Instrument

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Thursday November 30, 2006

Particular Sound and LinPlug are proud to announce the release of the Sophistry Ambient Synthesizer.

Particular Sound created more than 700 presets based on more than 5GB of samples which are bundled with the LinPlug CronoX3 engine, wrapped in a new colour scheme of the CronoX3 GUI. A wide variety of ambient presets make the Sophistry the first choice for any kind of ambient music and film scoring.

Sophistry is a CronoX3 instrument with all features of the CronoX3:

System Requirements:
Macintosh: Mac OSX 10.2 or higher, 1 GHz or higher CPU, 1 Gb RAM
PC: Windows 95 or higher, 1 GHz or higher CPU, 1 Gb RAM

Purchase: The license fee is 149 Euro / 179 US$ including the more than 700 presets from Particular Sound. Sophistry is available exclusively from the LinPlug website. Available only on DVD (free shipping and handling).

Upgrade Fee: CronoX 3 customers can get the Sophistry including the 700 presets for 89 Euro / 99 US$.

For more information, visit their web site at

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