GForce OB-E V2 M1 Native, PC VST 3 - Tom Endorsed

GB New version adds a lot      22/02/22

GForce Software today announce the OB-E V2  - which takes the critically acclaimed emulation of the legendary  Oberheim 8 Voice and add official Tom Oberheim endorsement and input, a version for PC, M1 Native, VST3 Vintage Knob Drum Mode and Sequencer Zoom.

One particularly interesting feature is Drum Mode - allowing each of the 8 SEM modules to be triggered from a separate MIDI not for percussion and drum use.

But lets just think about the blessing from Tom Oberheim - he says:

 I WAS PRETTY AMAZED BY OB-E, IT WAS PRETTY DAMN CLOSE RIGHT OUT OF THE SHOOT. IT WAS "WOW!". I LIKE LISTENING TO THAT. WITH OB-E V2, IT'S LIKE YOU HAVE THE HARDWARE WITH YOU

But the news that its now available for PC as a VST3 is big too, at the time of release it was just too far away for that to happen, now cross platform is a thing. 

New Features

  • [New] 100+ New presets & new Matrix Reverb
  • [New] Vintage knob & Refined Detune parameter
  • [New] Drum Mode and 10 drum kits presets
  • [New] PC support, VST3 and Apple Silicon Native
  • [New] Flexible scaling UI & Sequencer Zoom

Available now priced at a reduced price of £99 (from £149)

https://gforcesoftware.com/products/ob-e

 



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