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ConcreteFX has annouced a new virtual instrument in PC VSTi format: Viper. The plug-in is capable of creating both FM and additive sounds.
Viper is capable of creating a broad range of organic leads, pads and basses, using four oscillators with various modulation options, along with a pair of filters, as well as delay, chorus, and stereo widening effects.
Features of Viper
A demo version is available for download, letting you work with Viper's functionality for 10 minutes.
Viper is available for $48/36Euro/£25.
For more information, visit their web site at www.concretefx.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR