ARP Omni-2 soundset for Acess Virus

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    • ARP Omni-2 soundset for Acess Virus

      Some companies made Acess Virus Soundset ultimate y sounds, Trance and other Names
      But they Forget, people Search Keyboards !!! and they Search some sounds

      were it is ? Only !!

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    • I'm going to state a couple of mostly obvious facts and reasons, why you probably won't find the requested sound sets:
      1. Brand and model names are generally protected and registered trademarks of their respective holders (ARP, Elka, Korg, Moog, Roland etc.). You may not use these names to sell your own products. If you want to use these names you must obtain license for this use, which may be costly or not granted at all.
      2. The Virus is a synth, not a sampler. Although it is a great sounding and rather flexible hardware synth, the Virus has a predefined set of waveforms, a limited set of oscialltors and filters, and the signal path of its synth engine can not be re-arranged or changed in any way. Thus, its capabilities of exactly replicating the trademark sounds of other synths is limited.
      3. As a sound set customer, I would expect a sound set that is named after an existing hardware synth model to be a faithful recreation of the original sound banks, and some well known sounds of that synth. And I'd be very disappointed if it's not. The type of discussion and feedback this yields can be seen in the comment sections for reviews of VSTs that claim to offer exact replications of famous vintage sounds. As a sound designer, you don't want to go there; It's an exhausting uphill battle you can never win.
      My personal opinion on this subject: Why would you want your Virus to exactly sound like a set of old hardware, which is only known because some world famous artists used one sound on a recording? The only thing you can do with such a trademark sound is play that famous tune. Because if you're not going to play that tune, it either doesn't matter what sound you use or it even has a negative impact because of audience expectations when hearing that trademark sound. (Hint: Try to play anything else with the D-50's "Pizzagogo" sound than Orinoco Flow by Enya). Thus, I only do classic sound re-creations for myself to learn more about how certain sounds can be acheived with the Virus.

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