MESSE07: SampleTank 2.5 Launched

IK Multimedia announce enhanced features for the sample workstation plug-in      28/03/07

MESSE07: SampleTank 2.5 Launched


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IK Multimedia have announced SampleTank 2.5, a powerful upgrade for their sample workstation plug-in, SampleTank 2. It includes many new features such as an enhanced built-in effects system with auxiliary and master effects, the addition of a high-quality studio reverb, the ability to read all "Powered by SampleTank" instruments and more.
IK Multimedia has added 5 AUX and 5 Master insert effects to the existing 5 insert effects, now called PART effects. This way each of the SampleTank 2.5 loadable sounds can be processed with a total of 15 separate effects. In addition, the new AUX and MASTER effects allow for greater CPU efficiency when loading multiple parts since they are applied to all sounds loaded in the module.
The addition of a high-quality reverb derived from Classik Studio Reverb, IK Multimedia's award-winning suite of studio-quality reverb models, extends the included effects to 33 selectable effects in SampleTank 2.5.
SampleTank 2.5 allows the immediate usage of the sounds in Miroslav Philharmonik, Sonik Synth and the new "Powered by SampleTank" Sonik Instruments with the same exact sonic results in one convenient interface. IK tell us that SampleTank 2.5 provides access to one of the largest and most diverse ranges of sample sounds available.
Pricing and Availability:
The new SampleTank 2.5 upgrade will be FREE for all SampleTank 2 L and XL users and can be downloaded from their IK User Area immediately upon release, which is expected to be in May 2007. More information:



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