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Native Instruments Offers Second Collection of FM7 Sounds

FM7 Sounds Volume 2 is a new collection of sounds for NI's FM7 software synthesizer. Produced by sound designers, this sound library delivers 256 new presets which showcase the sonic potential of the FM7...

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March 31, 2004

FM7 Sounds Volume 2 is a new collection of sounds for NI's FM7 software synthesizer. Produced by sound designers, this sound library delivers 256 new presets which showcase the sonic potential of the FM7.

FM7 Sounds Volume 2 takes the advanced FM synthesis of the FM7 to new heights with lead sounds, bass, organ, e-piano, pads, atmospheres, effects, percussion, bells and much more material that defies categorization. The library makes extensive use of the FM7's modulation and tempo sync capabilities.

FM7 Sounds Volume 2 integrates seamlessly with any existing FM7 sound library.

FM7 Sounds Volume 2 will be available in April 2004 for a suggested retail price of $ 59,90 / 49,90 Euro.

Minimum Requirements:

NI FM7 software synthesizer
Mac OS 9, Mac OS X or Windows

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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