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March 18, 2004
New from SoundEngine.com is PLASMA, a collection of voices and performances for the Yamaha Motif series.
Programmed by synthesizer guru Brian Cowell, these sounds were programmed to show off the synthesizer engine of the Motif. Targeted mainly at dance music makers and film scorers, these sounds are interactive when used with the built-in controllers and the arpeggiator.PLASMA has a total of 128 programs and 64 performances, and available now at an MSRP of $29.95.
Included in the electronic package you receive when you order from SoundEngine.com is the PLASMA documentation in PDF form, and both an ALL DATA and ALL VOICES program file. These programs are designed to work on the original Motif as well as the new ES series and the Motif Rack.
For more information, visit their web site at www.soundengine.com.