Musicrow has released Vintage Strings MkII, a virtual string machine said to replicate the sound of analog string ensemble keyboards from the 1970s, such as the ARP Solina and the Crumer Multiman.
Based on Vintage Strings I, the MkII version can produce a range of warm string pads and other atmospheric sounds. Several major improvements were implemented to make Vintage Strings MkII's sounds even closer to the originals'. The chorus section was revised and a new reverb section was added for the final touch.
Vintage Strings MkII is now available in VST format for 29 Euro (approximately $41). For more information about the new virtual instrument, click here.