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October 19, 2004
TC Electronic has released the Virus|PowerCore Unlimited License from Access Music, bringing a new level of synthesis to the PowerCore platform.
Available as an upgrade for the Virus|PowerCore Base License, the new license allows the instrument to be instanced on all of the PowerCore DSPs simultaneously.
Based on Access Music's Virus hardware synthesizer, Virus|PowerCore offers three main oscillators, two filters, three LFOs and two envelopes. With the new Virus|PowerCore Unlimited License, one PowerCore PCI allows for 64 voices of polyphony and a 16-part multi-timbrality. Combining four PowerCores results in a 256 voice polyphony and 64-part multi-timbral virtual analog synth andFX processor.
The Virus|PowerCore Unlimited License is available at dealers now and is also downloadable at www.tcelectronic.com at EUR 249 ex.VAT.
For more information, visit their web site at www.access-music.deCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR