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Cakewalk Announces Overloud VKFX Bundle with ProChannel Compatibility for SONAR

June 26, 2013
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Cakewalk, the leading developer of powerful and thoughtfully designed software for the modern musician, today announced the availability of the new VKFX Bundle designed by Overloud for the growing and expansive ProChannel platform.  The package consists of 8 premium quality effects along with the full suite version (VST/AU/AAX/RTAS) for SONAR X1 Producer Expanded and SONAR X2 Producer.  In addition, each effect processor is now available individually as a VST and ProChannel module.
 
Overloud VKFX is a virtual rack packed with individual effect modules that can be inserted into SONAR’s critically acclaimed ProChannel. The effects are tailored for keyboards, but are well-suited for virtually any musician, producer or mixing engineer looking to add an array of high-quality effects to audio tracks.
 
VKFX includes 8 premium quality effect processors:

●     Essential Electric Piano Preamp with Stereo Pan/Tremolo
●     Opto-compressor
●     Envelope and Dynamic Filter (Wah)
●     Phase Shifter
●     Analog Chorus
●     Overdrive
●     Tape Multi-tap Delay
●     Tube Amplifier
 
In addition to the superior sound of the Overloud VKFX modules, they are also highly efficient on CPU load allowing many instances without burdening resources. Modules can be rearranged with ease by simply dragging to reorder inside the ProChannel.  All parameters are automatable and assigned to MIDI controllers, and all rates and times can be synchronized to the DAW’s tempo if preferred.  The modules adhere to the ProChannel’s flexible file management system allowing any combination of VKFX to be loaded and saved for future recall.
 
Availability and pricing:
Overloud VKFX are available for $99.99/£79.99/€99.99 (bundle with full suite version for VST/AU/AAX/RTAS), $19.99/£14.99/€19.99 (individual with VST and ProChannel versions) on the Cakewalk Store (store.cakewalk.com). The bundle is also available at select retailers worldwide.
 
 
 
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