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EVO GRID 004 WOODWINDS

EVO GRID

Spitfire Audio announced EVO GRID 004 WOODWINDS for Native Instruments KONTAKT. EVO GRID 004 WOODWINDS should inspire producers to make their next classic. Read more below.

GREATER LONDON, UK: Spitfire Audio, creators of the finest digital tools from the finest music samples on the planet, is happy to reveal accessibility of PP025 EVO GRID 004 WOODWINDS, the most recent imaginative chapter in its evocatively-named, advancing EVO GRID collection of ‘off-grid’ sample-based virtual tools initially influenced by the trailblazing late-Sixties-vintage EMS VCS3 portable analog monosynth flawlessly executed for the Native Instruments KONTAKT platform-compatible Producer Portfolio array– itself launched to please demands for drier-sounding, even more manipulative samples for even more non-orchestral product, since September 18 …

EVO GRID

Following on from the success of Spitfire Audio’s PP017 EVO GRID 001 STRINGS and also its amazing PP020 EVO GRID 002 STRINGS followup, as suggested by name, PP025 EVO GRID 004 WOODWINDS takes the so-called ‘Evo’ principle from its creation in strings into the remarkable world of woodwinds. What is an Evo, precisely? Evos are hyper-long, sample-based expressions that progress– in some cases discreetly, often drastically– in time prior to knotting. These are then organized on a grid so customers can sketch which development or ‘Evo’ rests on which key range, being showing a GUI (Graphical User Interface) inspired by the development British EMS VCS3, which made history upon its introduction in 1969 by being the initial commercially mobile synth readily available anywhere in the world, many thanks to its innovative modular matrix-based patchboard ignoring the telephone exchange-like cabling of other bigger modular systems in favor of making space-saving connections with (removable) colored pins.

Price £179.00 GBP

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