Musicrow updates Vintage Strings MkIII to v1.1
Haifa, Israel (MuseWire) – Musicrow updates Vintage Strings MkIII to version 1.1. The new update includes the following bug fixes: The spring reverb bug was fixed. The chorus noise problem that occurred with some hosts was fixed. Automation problem was fixed. The interface graphic problem with Reaper was fixed.
Vintage Strings MkIII is a new super realistic virtual string machine that perfectly recreates the lush sound of analog string machines.
The string machine (also called string ensemble or string synth) was invented by ken freeman in 1970 as an attempt to replicate the sound of orchestral strings. It was so successful that it shortly became beloved instrument in its own right.
The distinctive sound of vintage string machines like the Arp Solina or the Crumer Performer can be heard on numerous music productions. It has been used by various musicians like: Pink Floyd, Air, Beck, The Eagles, Kraftwerk, The Cure, Joy Division, Josh Wink, Morrisey, Tangerine Dream, Keane, Japan, and New Order to name few.
Like these old machines, Vintage Strings MkIII is a synthesizer that was especially designed to produce rich warm string pads. It make no use samples, so any of its presets can be tweaked, and new ones can be easily created, making Vintage Strings MkIII as user friendly as it is toneful.
Musicrow is located on the Carmel mountain in the pastoral city of Haifa, Israel. Musicrow specializes in the development of professional VST instruments, effects, and top quality ensembles for the NI Reaktor platform. In an age of tremendous computing power, sound synthesis and audio processing can be taken a few steps forwards… or backwards. Musicrow is committed to the accurate recreation of analog vintage sound, as well as the development of new exciting audio tools.