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July 7, 2004
Steinberg Media Technologies announced that the Steinberg Virtual Instrument Collection is now available. Including Special Edition versions of 5 top Steinberg instruments, the Steinberg Virtual Instrument Collection costs $149.99 US MSRP.
First released as part of Steinberg's Studio Case product, the Steinberg Virtual Instrument Collection is now available as a stand-alone package. The range of five VST-powered virtual instruments offers a complete range of musical instruments and sounds for VST host applications.
While Groove Agent SE takes care of the drum department with its grooves, Virtual Guitarist Electric Edition SE offers electric guitar phrases in a variety of styles. The Grand SE provides piano sounds, while D'cota SE offers analog and FM synthesis for a wide range of sounds and textures. The package is rounded off by the Special Edition of Steinberg's HALion VST sampler, with disk streaming, 32-bit/96 kHz support and the same Waldorf filters found in the full version of HALion.
For more information, visit their web site at www.steinberg.net