Access Music Virus Indigo TDM
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Access Music Virus Indigo TDM

Virus Indigo TDM, Virtueller Subtraktiver Synthesizer from Access Music in the Virus series.

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sw80 30/10/2012

Access Music Virus Indigo TDM: Produktbewertung von sw80 (content in English)

"Easy to understand"
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The Access Virus Indigo is a virtual synth for TDM. It comes ready right from the jump loaded with over 1000 high quality sounds. The latency between the Access Virus Indigo is very low, you won’t even notice any latency. It is also very easy to select the sounds and patches that you want to use because of the management system and the way they categorize the sounds.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Installing the Access Virus Indigo only took about 5 minutes at the most. Access Virus Indigo supports all of the higher sample rates that the newer versions of Pro Tools have. Using Access Virus Indigo will give you some full and warm sounds right away with little effort involved.

OVERALL OPINION

If you are the type of musician who likes to turn knobs and tweak sounds then the Access Virus Indigo will be perfect for your VST collection. The interface has plenty of knobs to turn and mess with to transform your sounds into something new and fresh. The Access Virus Indigo supports sample rates up to 96 kHz, and it has more than 20 new parameters to mess with. Some of the new parameters are on the original Access Virus plug-in.
The interface of the Access Virus Indigo is very easy to understand without even needing to read a manual. If you do need to manual you will have to download it because the Access Virus Indigo does not come in a boxed copy anymore. Once you pay , you will get a link to download it and the manual.

Access Virus Indigo may seem a little expensive costing almost 800 dollars but your money’s worth will be used by the end of the first couple of times you load it up. It is truly a gem and I won’t be surprise when more and more home musicians start using it.