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SONiVOX launches Solina Redux - Arp Solina String Ensemble emulation

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Thursday May 24, 2018
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SONiVOX and Plugivery today proudly announce the launch of Solina Redux, a highly-expressive Arp Solina string ensemble emulation. SONiVOX Solina Redux will be available from reputable pro audio resellers and music stores around the world at the introductory retail price of $129.99 USD (from May 25th through June 30, 2018). After which, its price will be set at $249.99 USD.
Today, SONiVOX, a leading developer of premium virtual instruments and synthesis technologies and Plugivery, a leading audio software and virtual Instrument distributor are proud and excited to introduce Solina Redux, an Arp Solina string ensemble emulation.

Designed for users who want to hot rod an Arp Solina String Ensemble, SONiVOX’s Solina Redux virtual instrument adds a sweet sounding virtual analog synthesizer to a classic reproduction of an Arp Solina String Ensemble, then adds two fully-programmable 8-step sequencers. It’s a match made in heaven and one that produces sonic textures users simply can’t get any other way.

The Arp Solina was the preeminent string ensemble in the 1970’s, made famous by the Eagles, Elton John, Pink Floyd, The Cure, Joy Division, Tangerine Dream, New Order and many others. Its analog Violin, Viola, Cello, Contra Bass, Trumpet and Horn sounds have a sound that creates rich retro sounding orchestral ensembles, especially with its famous “Ensemble” chorus effect.
Solina Redux gives users access to the original Solina sounds, including a model of the Ensemble chorus effect, but includes a modern virtual analog synthesizer as a sidecar. The combination of these two synthesizers provides a sound palette that is both retro and modern or anything in between at your discretion. Each synth includes a multi-mode filter, amplitude and filter envelopes, LFO modulations and send effects.

To top it off, Solina Redux adds in two fully-programmable step sequencers, one for the Solina instrument and one for the analog synthesizer. Play one note and out comes a modern orchestra unlike any you’ve heard. Each step sequencer gives users ‘per step’ control over the pitch of each note, the volume of each note, the filter cutoff of each note, and the panning of each note. Other controls include gate time, tempo sync, time division, swing, note order and octave shift.

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Pricing and Availability

SONiVOX Solina Redux is available from all reputable pro audio resellers and music stores listed at Plugivery at the introductory price of $129.99 USD through June 30, 2018, after which the retail will be $249.99 USD.

http://www.plugivery.com/about/dealers/

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.

http://www.sonivoxmi.com

About Plugivery

Plugivery is a B2B (business to business) distribution service whose purpose is to introduce audio software products into hundreds of music stores all around the world carefully considering every need of a truly professional distribution service based on electronic delivery. The name Plugivery comes from the combination of the words “Plug-in” and “Delivery”.

http://www.plugivery.com

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