Storm gets windy in studio

Reverb module is eighth wonder      15/11/00

A new effect for the Storm studio is now available for download on the Arturia site. This, the eighth effect, is also the 20th module available for Storm. It is a configurable reverb, with a 'natural and precise sound', claims the author. To find out more technical information:
http://www.arturia.com/en/tips/reverb.html Registered users can download the module:
http://www.arturia.com/en/fx_zone.lasso#fx3 Dave Poncet of Arturia says the next effect you can expect is a compressor. Storm 1.1 recently won some very high accolades in Future Music mag (both UK and French additions) and Keyboard in the US. A Mac version is 'well under way. The beta version will be available (hopefully....) mid November,' says Poncet. 'The final version will be ready before the end of the year. It will incorporate all of the elements currently in the PC version, including the last modules released on the web site : Bass52, Morpheus and Reverb. A total of 20 modules (12 instruments, 8 effects), in fact.' For technical information on this version :
http://www.arturia.com/en/storm_mac.html More detailed information is available for those subscribed to our mailing list for Mac (to sign up :
http://www.arturia.com/en/nonpc.html)
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