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ik multimedia sonik synth 2 (2004)
« on: November 16, 2015, 09:16:42 PM »
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IK Multimedia's Sonik Synth 2 is one sexy beast of a plug-in! It is of the workstation-style, ROM-based ilk like the JV-series from Roland, Proteus from E-mu and Korg Trinity synths. Out of the box Sonik Synth 2 is ready to get you going with over eight GigaBytes of sampled sounds, multi-effects, and easy access to simple and effective synthesizer-style controls courtesy of its simple and intuitive interface. Sonik Synth 2 operates under Macintosh and Windows platforms as VST, RTAS, DXi and Audio Units plug-ins (unfortunately no stand-alone version as of yet).