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SONiVOX introduces essential keyboard collection

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Tuesday June 19, 2018
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SONiVOX (sonivoxmi.com), a leading developer of premium virtual instruments and synthesis technologies, today announced the introduction of Essential Keyboard, a collection of 13 virtual keyboard instruments utilizing the powerful new Qubiq engine of full cross-DAW compatibility, amazing sonics and a simple, intuitive UI. For complete creative versatility, the collection is offered in VST, AU, AAX and standalone formats.

Essential Keyboards (EK) has been produced by the sound design veterans behind the highly- acclaimed Air Music Tech Mini Grand, DB-33 and Velvet plugins as well as Sonivox Eighty-Eight. It’s designed to provide keyboard players with the essential collection for live performance.

EK includes a selection of thirteen powerful instruments, each with their own intuitive UI built into one powerful player supporting all popular plugin formats. They can also be used as a standalone PC and Mac app when the user wants to plug in their keyboard and just play. EK features stunning piano modellings, including Steinway Grands, Yamaha Touring Pianos, Classic Uprights, Celestes, and even Toy Piano for times when artists need something different. EK also produces highly-realistic recreations of classic electric piano sounds with superior fidelity and dynamic response, featuring 5 classic models including Rhodes, Wurlizer, Pianet, Clavinet and more.

The 13 instruments in the collection are Steinway Grand, Upright Piano, Yamaha Touring Piano, Rhodes MK1, Rhodes MK2, Wurlitzer, Pianet, Harpsicord, Toy Piano, Clavinet, Harmonium, Tonewheel Organ, Church Organ.

There are also powerful built-in Reverb, Delay, Vibrato, and Chorus effects with multiple presets for each instrument.

Sonivox Essential Keyboards is available now at the Sonivox website and dealers worldwide. Introductory retail price (through June 30, 2018) is $99.99 USD, after which it is $149.99 USD.

For more information, visit sonivoxmi.com.

About SONiVOX

SONiVOX designs, develops and markets software technologies, products and applications for the creation and enjoyment of music. Founded in 1993, SONiVOX instruments are found in recording studios all over the world and can be heard in hit music, blockbuster film scores, and cutting-edge video games.

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