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Dash Signature has released the EVE ONE synthesizer, the last addition to the Dash Signature "EVE" products family. EVE ONE is a sample-based VST virtual instrument designed to reproduce vintage electronic sounds.
EVE ONE offers a new patch creation system, the SoundWizard feature. When a specific sound is required (for example a Rhodes piano with some overdrive), the SoundWizard, in combination with the sound browser, lets you set-up the instrument basics in a few seconds, instead of browsing through thousand of presets. A selection of 72Mb of vintage samples is also bundled with EVE ONE.
EVE ONE is available for Euro 30,00 or USD $38.00. Dash Signature users who bought EVE or one of the DashSound libraries can buy it at the reduced price of Euro15,60 or USD $19.75. A demo version is available for download.
For more information, visit their web site at www.dashsignature.com