SONiVOX is your home for the best digital music creation tools available, with products for professional composers, producers, musicians, and iPad and Android developers. We offer musical inspiration through great sounds, playable instruments, and innovative new technologies.
Stratum Transwave Synth
Put on your shades and get on board the time machine, as Stratum will take you down the wormhole straight into the 1980s futuristic soundscapes. By combining the fat, wide supersaw oscillators with the classic, rich sounding FM engine, we have brought synth technology of different eras together to give you THE SOUND of future-past.
Have you ever wanted to hot rod an Arp Solina String Ensemble? Now you can. SONiVOX’s Solina Redux virtual instrument adds a sweet sounding virtual analog synthesizer to a classic reproduction of an Arp Solina String Ensemble, then throws in TWO fully programmable 8-step sequencers to boot. It’s a match made in heaven and one that produces sonic textures you simply can’t get any other way.
Essential Keyboard Collection
At Sonivox we have over a decade of experience of meticulously sampling and expertly voicing instruments. Over the last 12 months we have been working hard to provide the reference collection of “must-have” instruments for keyboard players.
Film Score Companion
Music makes the film! Whether you’re the next Hans Zimmer or just looking to add great sound to your next project, you need a complete film score sound production package. Presenting Film Score Companion, an amazingly capable suite comprised of 5 distinct collections:
- Orchestral Companion Brass
- Orchestral Companion Strings
- Orchestral Companion Woodwinds
- Eighty Eight Ensemble
- Big Bang Cinematic Percussion
Vocalizer Pro 1.3
Perform, Process, Play, Create
A completely new concept in modern music production that couples a new technology synthesis engine with an open input based architecture. Vocalizer Pro is one part effect plug-in and one part virtual instrument. Vocalists, non-vocalists, and producers feed Vocalizer any audio source, and it re-pitches, effect, and re-synthesizes the original source into a whole new sound.
It's the 70s All Over Again!
Forward Into the Past! Endorsed by the inventor himself. The ARP 2600 synthesizer helped define the music of an era. Edgar Winter's "Frankenstein," The Who's "Who Are You," The Tubes, Jean Michel Jarre, Deep Purple, and on and on. Only 3,000 ARP 2600's were produced between 1970 and 1981, and they've been trading hands among collectors for thousands of dollars ever since.