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Zero Vector is a combination virtual analog, wavetable, and vector synth in PC VST format, with a few extra tricks up it's sleeve like tons of different waveforms, poly unison, built in arpeggiator, modelled analog filters, a mod matrix, and more.
Zero Vector Requires an SSE capable CPU.
Zero Vector is priced at $149.
For more information, visit their web site at www.whitenoiseaudio.com