AAS released Aftermath for String Studio VS-2 Synthesizer & Holiday Sale

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Honestly, I’m a big fan of Applied Acoustics Systems Synthesizer products because they offer a really different sound approach than the other developers. Physical Modelling Technology is their speciality and with all their latest releases, they show well how brillant their know their skills. Today, AAS announced the release of a new preset library for String Studio VS-2 Synthesizer. Normally a posted rare news about sound libraries but AAS really brings sound libraries out which gives the users more ideas how to work with this Synthesizers. The library is released with the collaboration of the musician and sound designer Daniel Stawczyk. Check out my latest review of their last project: Synbiosis for Chromaphone 2
During the holiday sale (until 16 January 2017), customers can buy this new library and all other products with a generous 50% discount.
Available here: AAS Holiday Sale

Sound designer Daniel Stawczyk returns with Aftermath a 150-preset collection for AAS’ string modeling synthesizer. Harnessing String Studio VS-2 distinctive algorithms the bank revisits the familiar synthesizer categories—bass, chords and stabs, gated sounds, leads, pads, and plucks—in a fresh, expressive, and unsettling sense. The set is then nicely tied up with 49 ultra payable special effect instruments that span hyperrealism, orchestral annihilation, and nerve-racking consequences.
More Informations here: Aftermath for String Studio VS-2

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